Beoddy Raw - Part 2

Thanks to Suzanne Patzer for sharing this video.

This is the second half of Goblinhood’s appearance at the Roy. G. Biv art gallery in Columbus, Ohio. Inspired by the Gulf War, the first poem is about a cheap substitute for tobacco. The poem is titled Rabbit Tobacco. Then sit in hell’s fire under The Curse Of Goblinhood. A short lecture follows, about the satanic and anti-satanic properties of common field plants. After that, Christopher Columbus is on trial, with Suitcase and Cosmic Weevil Dolls standing in judgment. Starting at about the 33 minute point, Goblinhood performs the poem Glass Organs.

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Photographs of Jim’s paintings are by Fred Scruton Photography.



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