Kim Nicolini

Kim Nicolini is an artist, poet and cultural critic living in Tucson, Arizona. Her writing has appeared in Bad Subjects, Punk Planet, Souciant, La Furia Umana, and The Berkeley Poetry Review. She recently completed a book of her artwork on Dead Rock Stars which will was featured in a solo show at Beyond Baroque in Venice, CA. She is also completing a book of herDirt Yards at Night photography project. Her first art book Mapping the Inside Out is available upon request. She can be reached at

Mommie Fear Us

Jimi Hendrix: Torn Between Two Worlds

The Search for Meaning in an Age of Pointlessness

How a Dumb Blonde Became a Super Hero

Engines of Destruction

Blow Jobs, Booze and Teen Angst in Anywhere, USA

Nature’s Avenger

Glam, Bam, Thank-You, Ma’am!

Everything is Chaos; Everything is Ordinary

The Oscar Showdown

The Tempests of Capitalism

The Psycho-Economics of Sex

Russell Brand, the Posh Left and the Politics of Class

Lou Reed and That Junkie Life

Lou Reed

The Corruption of the Innocent

A Life Built From Iron

The Unsung Heroines of Rock and Roll

The Art of the Soulless Ripoff

The Horrors of Tough Love

Kim Nicolini: Dirt Yards at Night

Lives of the Rich and Careless

Snow White, Bullfighter

Where Quiet Beauty is Meshed with Violent Reality

James Bond in a Rat-Eat-Rat World