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 knicolini@gmail.com.

The Erasure of Art

When the Closet is the Culprit

Foreclosure is Hell

Art With a Punch

Vaginas From Outer Space!

Giving Faces to People Who Don’t Have Names

Vigilantes of the Bourgeoisie

The Mafia Without Moralizing

Spitting at Dark Times

The Body of the Worker

When Utopia Crumbles

Katrina’s Endless Loop

An Artist to be Reckoned With

Finally, a Vampire Movie You Can Sink Your Teeth Into

Women as Products and Cannibalistic Achievers

Exile and Displacement on Bunker Hill

Vigilante Violence as Sex Story

Frozen River

Sadism in the Desert

Batman and the Old Order

Taking the M-Fers Down with Guns and Exploding Rats

Inside the Fractured Landscape of Male Adolescence

The Best Film of the Bush Era?

Cock Chuggers and Cheese Curls

Class, Gender and Abortion in Communist Romania

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