Oh man. It’s like we can’t stop reading. We’re so all about it. — Poetry Editor Evan Simko-Bednarski is reading The Stories of Breece D’J Pancake. Breece D’J Pancake (real name) was a troubled lower-middle-class West Virginian writer in the only-recently-de-blue-bloodified world of 1970’s University of Virginia. When not hunting, getting in fights, or hiking the Blue … Continue reading

The Results Are In: DTD 2010

The look on Dylan Thomas’s face in the painting at the White Horse tavern seems one of mild shock and surprise. Possibly surprise that all these years later a group of people would choose to spend an evening celebrating his now legendary statement, “I’ve had eighteen whiskeys. I think that’s the record.” However on Wednesday … Continue reading

Dylan Thomas Day

Armchair/Shotgun has one true holy day, and it centers around one man: Dylan Thomas. The bard of bars died in this fair city, and legend holds ’twas due to a night at the White Horse Tavern at 567 Hudson Street in Greenwich Village. This is debatable, but we have a soft spot for legend. Supposedly, … Continue reading