Author: Michele Witchipoo

An artist, illustrator and cartoonist from NYC. In addition, former mad mage, lousy bass player, music fanatic, midnight movie rabidness, indie comix cousin, and pop culture connoisseur with a hint of cynicism. As my good friend said: Never judge a cook by his lover, for if you do he might put a roach in yer suppa.

Bad Fortune

Back in the ’90s, I used to do tarot card readings here and there. Mostly at club parties. I think maybe two-three times filling in for this girl. The majority was for my friend Bejay Rose. He used to promote Club Kid/Rave/Underground parties at various NYC clubs. Those were the days. Never made that much…

BABALON BABES 2010 Calendar – Price Reduced

Hey there, just wanted everyone to know that’s not too late to get the Babalon Babes 2010 calendar. The calendar itself not only features a hot Babalon Babes each month but now the prices have also been reduced. The wall calendar now goes for $5.00 each The desk calendar now goes for $3.00 each Shipping…

It All Sums Up To This: That Wasn’t Chicken

I’ve been in a real sour mood as of late. Won’t bore you with the details…but as I headed towards the fridge to warm up some Trader Joe samosas, I glanced upon this: Advertisement postcard from 1998/99 for Sauza tequila. Another reminder regarding the realities of life. The last word in disillusionment. So when someone…

Steve Serverin/The Seashell & The Clergyman

Two weekends ago, Steve Serverin performed live at Galapagos Art Space. It wasn’t really a concert per say. Serverin performed a live film score to the 1928 silent film ‘The Seashell and the Clergyman’. For those not familiar, Steve Serverin is best known for being the bassist for Siouxsie and The Banshees. As a founding…