John Fleck


Rights activist Edward C. Lawson and playwright/actor John Fleck appear on Oprah in 1990 to discuss free speech, flag burning, publicly-funded art, and more. 

You might remember Fleck as Silik from Star Trek: Enterprise. He was one of the “NEA Four” whose National Endowment for the Arts grants for performance art were vetoed on the basis of subject matter (after having been approved by a peer panel process), leading to charges of censorship and a Supreme Court case which ultimately found in their favor. 


Aaron here today with some Jillian Fleck comics; an interview with Phoebe Gloeckner; a schedule of Zinefests; a review of King-Cat #76; Data is Nature; the situation in Turkey; Et tu, the Golden Ratio?; the Society and the Spectacle; Clowes auction continues

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cue john/jade/jane/dave getting PISSED at the short end of the stick they were given

hONESTLY but lets be honest–jane’s eyes probably ain’t too bad either pffft greens/silver(or bronzish)/cyan is a pretty combination

but poor dave+john,,, just getting their normal eye colors revamped. at least john gets flecks of Yellow. dave just gets red. red. and more red and he’s just like ‘why this’