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How to Survive as an Artist

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How is it possible to survive as an artist in 2018? These 10 recent publications from RE/Search give clues about how others are doing it, direct from the source. For a limited time they are available in a specially priced package.

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How is it possible to survive as an artist in 2018? These 10 recent publications from RE/Search give clues about how others are doing it, direct from the source.

The package contains the following books:

  • Lydia Lunch (V. Vale interviews Lydia Lunch – one of our most prolific and infamous counterculture icons – about how she organizes her life to keep creating so much.)
  • Ed Hardy (The world’s most famous tattoo artist talks to V. Vale about his life as an artist and his personal philosophy. A concentrated dose of inspiration and motivation for any artist.)
  • Henry Rollins (One of Punk’s most enduring and outspoken artists talks to V. Vale about life as a touring musician, photographer, archivist and writer.)
  • Penny Rimbaud (Best known as a co-founder of U.K. group Crass, Penny Rimbaud is at heart a philosopher and seeker of the secrets of life and philosophy. Penny reveals the interior process behind his creative output.)
  • George Kuchar (George – along with his brother, Mike – inspired hundreds of filmmakers with his relentless output over six decades – always with minimal resources and maximal imagination. A major inspiration on John Waters.)

Also included are these long-form zines:

  • A Visit From Mike Watt (V. Vale interviews this prolific musician – co-founder of the Minutemen, member of The Stooges from 2003-2013, The Secondmen, and many others)
  • A Visit To Diane di Prima (A source of inspiration and instruction for eight decades – V. Vale interviews this Beat Generation original)
  • A Visit From Monte Cazazza (One of the big mysteries of the RE/Search canon – it is a miracle that Monte survives and continues to work today, integrity more or less in tact.)
  • Search for Weird: A V. Vale biography comic by Krusty Wheatfield (Interviews with V. Vale on his life as a counterculture publisher, writer, interviewer and historian – in comic form! )
  • Terminal Punk: Punk Philosophy by V. Vale (Philosophical reflections and rules to live by from countercultural anthropologist V. Vale.)

For a limited time these publications are available in a specially priced package. Consider this a post-graduate course in artist survival.

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