Pop Art and Sports Superstars Collide at OKCMOA

Warhol: The Athletes April 16 through July 12 Oklahoma City Museum of Art OKCMOA.com Warhol: The Athletes is exactly what it says on the tin. Standing in the middle of the gallery at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art, one is surrounded by familiar faces: Muhammad Ali, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Dorothy Hamill—the sports heroes of Andy Warhol’s


“Hold, please,” David said to Oscar Willington before flicking the monitor off. When so close to death, David’s mind

Phantasmagoria Blues Pre-Order

From the author of Little Dixie Horror Show comes a new series of rich, Southern-soaked horror stories from

Literati Presents #5 Release Party

Third Thursdays in the Paseo: Prairie Wolf Mixology 6-9 pm Thursday, April 16 Bombs Away Art 3003A Paseo


The coffin was a re-purposed shipping container for mining explosives. Re-enforced, radiation-proof, air-tight, the perfect seal to preserve

New Prints At Bombs Away

Tyler Wardlaw 7-9 pm Friday, April 3 Bombs Away Art 3003A Paseo in Oklahoma City Tyler Wardlaw is

Let’s Make Comics!

Let’s Make Comics! 6-9 pm Friday April 3 and 10 District House 1755 NW 16TH in Oklahoma City Art will swallow you whole. The creative process is long, lonely, and cavernous. It consumes, breaks your heart, then redeems with a glimpse of something sublime just at the moment that you’ve nearly broken its spell on

The Retrieval III – Choose Your Own Adventure

Oscar Willington was never easy to find. Though he’d amassed a staggering fortune that dwarfed the gross domestic

Cute is the new punk

MystiKawaii Kloud Kastle A group exhibition curated by Jenna Bryan Closing Reception: “Kick It and Create” Wednesday March

The Retrieval II – Choose Your Own Adventure

David watched through the air lock porthole as the retrieval claw pulled in the Wonderboy clone, Lima. He

To The Teen Who Planned To Kill My Son:

We found out Friday that you were planning on killing students at Edmond North. The details of your

The Retrieval – Choose Your Own Adventure

Finding a dead body in space was always a shock. David had scouted over two hundred ghost ships

Ralph Ellison Festival: The View From Here

From John Selvidge at the Ralph Ellison Festival:  If we could choose, who would we have represent Oklahoma? A few adolescent idiots from Sigma Alpha Epsilon chanting racist garbage on a bus? Or can we aim higher than that? What if we looked within, examined our history and our resources, and gave voice to someone more worthy of expressing the best


Secure your elusive copy of issue one of PROMISE OF A BRAND NEW DAY OR WHATNOT: VOL 1

Let’s be honest. We ignore Congo’s atrocities because it’s in Africa: Repost from The Guardian

By Owen Jones Some lives matter more than others: the “hierarchy of death”, they call it. The millions killed, maimed and traumatised in the Democratic Republic of Congo are surely at the bottom of this macabre pile. The country was the site of the deadliest war since the fall of Adolf Hitler, and yet I