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No. III.

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Share This.Here at Quiet Lunch Magazine we’re always listening to music. In the shower, on the can–our affinity for music never takes a break and it’s about time that we infect you with our disease. So, the QL staff has curated a 5-song SoundCloud EP consisting of fresh, groove-worthy tunes that we feel are worth a listen. Each installment is done by the numbers and will be available for streaming via our SoundCloud. The Read More

William S. Burroughs Turns 100 at Munch Gallery.

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Share This.Had William Seward Burroughs lived, he would be celebrating his 100th birthday this week. But let’s not get caught up in the couldas and wouldas, we are happy to find out that Munch Gallery will be celebrating the writer’s legacy by holding a special 24 hour reading. Starring Marshall Weber (who has been doing these specific types of marathon readings since 1994), the event will feature a marathon reading Read More

Doodling a New Daye.

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Share This.Quiet Lunch had the distinct pleasure of interviewing filmmaker Michael Daye, who has recently gained notoriety for his remixed portraits of famous authors. What started out as “a project between projects,” became “an exercise in exploring a different medium,” as Michael told us. Speaking about the “Doodling on Famous Writers” series Daye says, “By ‘defacing’ portraits of these esteemed writers (which I sourced from a box of postcards), I Read More