Arthur No. 6 (September 2003)
Color/black and white, 48 pages, newsprint, 11.5 x 14, quarterfold
THE RETURN OF IGGY AND THE STOOGES
* Photographs by Peter Whitfield from their stunning live comeback at Coachella
* Author-journalist Kristine McKenna talks with IGGY POP...
RON & SCOTT ASHETON discuss their past, present and future with Jay Babcock....
* How bassist MIKE WATT ended up onstage with Iggy & the Stooges, in his own words....
* DON FLEMING on the lost Wylde Ratttz sessions that have led to so much more
For years, the L.A. Cacophony Society was a haven for creative misfits with a sense of humor. Then tragedy struck, and everything changed. By Christopher Noxon, with photography by Jack Gould and Michael Perrin.
This fall, American national treasure JOHN SINCLAIR says farewell to the USA for good. Jay Babcock conducts an exit interview with the poet, scholar and former manager of the MC5. Introduction by Byron Coley.
Full-page comics by JORDAN CRANE, MEGAN KELSO and SOUTHER SALAZAR.
Matt Leum interviews documentary filmmaker SAM GREEN about his new film on the Weather Underground, '60s student radicals who wanted to take down The Man by bringing the Vietnam War home.
They were young would-be terrorists in love. Or were they? (In love, that is.) An exclusive excerpt from artist ERIN COSGROVE's new romance novel The Baader-Meinhof Affair.
HOLLY GOLIGHTLY cheerfully answers questions about pathetic aspects of your lives.
T-MODEL FORD talks about disciplining troublesome children in his new column, "T-Model Ford Knows Better."
The debut of "Astrology by Arthur," as written by IAN SVENONIUS (Gemini, Weird War, Nation of Ulysses).
JAMES PARKER on Shemane Nugent's Married To A Rock Star
PAUL CULLUM on film and DVDs in "Camera Obscura"
Reviewage of recently released subcultural musical/textual/visual artifacts by BYRON COLEY & THURSTON MOORE in their "Bull Tongue" column
Reviews in the margins by the C & D team