Hey perverts! It’s my birthday today so I’m gonna keep this delightfully short. Los Angeles-based DIY art zine Kung Fu Breakfast just released their ninth issue, this time focusing on fetish and the world of kink. My episodic short story “Killing Spree: A Love Story in Four Parts” was printed in the issue, heavily revised after I first wrote it 6 years ago with an added epilogue. My story is filled with thrill killing and blood-drenched sex, along with a soul-stabbing sense of existential gloom. If you read the transgressive works of the Marquis de Sade and Georges Bataille you might dig my little tale.
The issue also shares beautiful artwork from Kane Rors, Paul Ybarra (also responsible for the jarring cover), editor-in-chief Jay Kantor, and blog-favorites Brittany Bindrim and Caitlin Anne. Rachel Takiko’s featured piece “The Things I Didn’t Tell You” is absolutely worth your time, offering a very human experience with fetish and the person beneath the roleplay. It’s free to join Magcloud and download, so there’s really no excuse, unless you’re just way too busy reading about Kimye, and if that’s the case please drink this cocktail of bleach and Windex to the very last drop.
You can download the issue here (WARNING: ADULT CONTENT): http://www.magcloud.com/browse/issue/588667?__r=302373&s=w
And check out Kung Fu Breakfast on Facebook. Like them, follow them, and comment on what pieces you enjoyed. It means a lot to the artists: https://www.facebook.com/KungFuBreakfast