New on Key 64: remembering Christopher Hyatt, Nine Inch Nails Ghosts review, occult secrets of Lost

Key 64 is back with a new format. From editor Nick Pell:

Key64 is returning to a rolling format. Anyone can sign up and submit articles, they just have to be approved by me and Szul before anyone can see them on the site. Check the site regularly for updates, or add our MySpace page for updates.

In addition, I’m putting together a PDF journal type thing for the long anticipated Key64: Dope, Guns, and Fucking in the Streets We want the usual stuff. But we also want… ART. Cover art, interior art, whatever. Just send me the scans. Also, we prefer articles in word format now as we won’t be dealing with the XHTML weirdness in the PDF format.

Get ahold of me if you want to throw something in the DGFITS issue.

Nick’s gmail address is nicholasjpell.

Some recent content from the new format:

Ohne Garantien: Memories of Dr. Christopher S. Hyatt by Mobius Frame.

At Edges by Samuel 23.

Nine Inch Nails’ Ghosts I-IV review by Michael Szul.

The Occult Secrets of Lost by me.

6 Comments

  1. That PDF should gets 5 stars for the title alone. I think Nick’s channelling William Burroughs on that one.

  2. I am still waiting for a piece explaining why they went from Key23 to Key64, also.. I am trying to figure out how they will do updates. It doesn’t seem to have any fluidity.

  3. Key 23 is named for a drug in the Invisibles. It causes the user to believe that any written text is real (for instance, if a user is shown a piece of paper that says “you are in a red race car” the user will believe they are in fact in a red race car). Key 64 was introduced later in the series as an “upgraded” version of the drug.

  4. G.V.,

    Updates are done on a rolling submissions basis. I’m not sure what you mean about fluidity when dealing with updates. Since we went with rolling submissions, we’ve had one article everyday with the exception of weekends. I try to stay away from my computer on the weekends.

  5. Actualy, key 23 did not make you believe any writen text was real as mentioned by Klintron, but rather made the text indestiguishable from the idea. A paper with apple writen on it, would look like an apple to a druged person seeing it, or fingers, or their father, etc…

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