Larvae, monks, and the Wells of Truth.
Americans !—Liberty or Death !—Join or Die !
This month, perspectives on Nicolas Cage, Patti Smith, running, cake, zombies, beta-alanine, Icarus, and the Snow Ghost.
Continue reading Happiness Pony, January 2013
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New issue of HP hits Worcester’s coffee shops and libraries today, with a big article on Fruitlands, an account of Joseph Palmer’s beard resistance, “Who Rules Worcester” circa 1970, Louisa May Alcott making fun of her father, foxes, dressing warmly, and a word about Dr. Chege.
The latest Happiness Pony can now be found on the streets and on the sorting table of your favorite neighborhood library. Seadragons, “nasturtiums,” knife ordinances, Sqwincher, Sun Tzu, judgement, Callista Perry on admitting ignorance, Joe Scully on the start of King Philip’s War, and the Snow Ghost himself.
A new issue of Happiness Pony is on the street.
- Needle, Duffy, and Benedetti on the mysterious book known as The Worcester Necronomicon
- Shulkin on Dancing in the Dark
- True action tales of Matoonas
- Benedetti on Lethem’s They Live
- Queer femmes on Springsteen
- Perry on driving
- Burt on bad meetings
The latest issue hit the streets today, with articles on Lurie, bad meetings, kachinas, Asian long-horned beetles, flavored coffee, summer foods, and an Olympic quiz.
Continue reading Happiness Pony, July 2012
The new issue is out today with art from Jon Hansen and Cindy Brennan, and wisdom from David Rynick and the Snow Ghost.
Continue reading Happiness Pony for May is out