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About Haskins House
Haskins House is an art magazine and catalog made up of the works of
Charlie Haskins and his band of collaborators, family, friends, fans, and
influences. The magazine’s purpose is to share ideas, promote creativity,
and encourage artistic endeavors.

Charlie Hasksins
I helped start this magazine because I wanted share what all my
art friends and I were making. My thanks go out to everyone who
helped put this together. I look forward to seeing what the next
issue might bring.
Keep the sun in your belly.

Rolan Long
We want to hear from you send us your (emails, FB posts, links any
way you want to reach us). Music, art, reviews, articles, short
stories, upcoming shows, anything any, and everything we want to
see it all. Tell us about what you are making, and call our attention
to issues that need addressing.
Send Your Submissions to the Face Book Page HASKINS HOUSE
Keep the art rolling in.
R. Long

(Art Magazine & Catalog)

Featured Artists
Liz Layton
Brian Richards
Bruce Fulk
John Haskins
Carma Baker
Tammy Eizman
Jason McHenry

Old Gold Mold - Charlie Haskins Sr.
Quotes with Zach Craft
Rain Dog Fan Art
ISSUE SPECIAL “Stink Creek” Mini Book

Rich Moon T-Shirts
Toy Store · Video Games · Comic Book Store
530 2nd Street, Portsmouth, Ohio 45662
(740) 981-6931

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The Bee
Bop Bots
Giga What?

with music by:
Travis Haskins &
Jason Whisman
Coming Soon to
The Haskins House
Face Book Page


Liz Layton
Mixed Media

Brian Richards
A Photograph of Lily Brik
You are set to go out, in hat and formal flats,
a short-sleeve, ankle-length dark dress, gathered at the hip,
transparent, under which you are more naked than nude,
breasts mounded under the dress to cover a barrel chest,
prominent nipples molding the material, solid Slavic trunk,
belly button protected by a belt of muscle below,
full and fluffy pubic tuft with no virile hair advancing
toward the navel to distend the inverted delta, hands on hips,
contraposto, legs below your stocky thighs lost in the dress’s folds.
Your neck is long and arches your head forward, the expression on
your face challenging, even fierce, passionate but not seductive,
the pupils of your eyes dark points staring down the camera.
Something black and flatly ovoid, possibly Rodchenko’s cap,
sits on your left shoulder. There is a mirror directly behind you
that reveals neither your backside nor more of the photographer
or his flash. To your right is the back of a stage flat in full light,
an iron door latch, probably old fashioned even in Moscow,
circa 1924, on your left.
Not apparently
the stuff fantasies are made of in the age of Lords OnLine,
but I’ve turned to you every day since I found this photo,
wondering at the pull of your revolutionary innocence,
the stern ardor of comradeship you embody. Could I march,
in artistic worker solidarity, alongside
this compelling woman naked beneath a transparent dress
and keep my eyes unfailing on an evanescent prize
while my spine throbbed base to brain with the insistent call
of a whippoorwill in June? In you, comrade and my love,
three score ten and more years later, your body Liberty
Leading the People, in you I feel the same surge of
Yearning defined that moves me in the poems of Tsvetayeva,
And of Akhmatova.
Then! then there were women of feeling
To answer that song and sing naked in the summer night.

Bruce Fulk
Mixed Media

John Haskins
Oil on canvas

Carma Baker
Stop signs windblown white
Snow changing directive to vaguely suggestive
Snow defines edges
Creates margins
definite lines of demarcation
all the while
making everything uniform
the layers are removed
clearing distraction and allowing me to see beyond the edge of the woods
defining each branch, each tree
every undulation of the forest floor revealed
in stark contrast is the sky
its brilliant blue with frozen white feathers high
partially masked by heavy snow clouds
moving and churning across the treetops
the wind bites
but its clean
filling my lungs with the song of
winters arrival
making me breath deep
and slow
then turning my face down
into my scarf
breathing in the scent of me
with a clean palate
warm flannel, soft wool
vanilla, flowers
and vinegar
or as my love says…
“you smell like homemade bread,
fresh from the oven drizzled with
raw honey”
I’m ok with that
Because that smells like home…
And home am I.
Photo credit Carma Baker

Tammy Eizman

Jason McHenry

OLD GOLD MOLD Haskins House Archives
Charlie Haskins Sr.
Run Away

Run away! Somewhere….
But nowhere to go,
If I must run somewhere,
Why not home?
Home was a haunted house,
Where the devil roamed,
Beside his empty garden,
Where evil seeds were sown.
Run away! Somewhere….
But nowhere to go,
If I gotta run somewhere,
Why not home?
My home was a refuge,
Like a garden I was grown,
Now home is a graveyard,
And a marble stone.
Run away! Somewhere….
But nowhere to go,
If I must run somewhere,
Why not home?
Home was an unpaid debt,
It’s garden overgrown,
Where the shadow of a hungry ghost,
Claimed me for its own.
So run away, run away, run on along.
Run away, run away, run away from home.

C.Haskins Sr. 2004

Quotes with Zach Craft
“Those are trees.”


Alice Colley

John Simmons

Jonathan Brashear

February 14th, Frank-n-Steins, 9pm w/ Dennis Uldrich. $3 door
February 20th, Port City Pub, 7pm w/ Casey Smith. No cover

Hey, Stink Creek Fans, ever wanted to make your own book?
Simply, print out the following pages, follow the directions, and
you will have your very own copy of Stink Creek. (Or better yet
you can get real creative and make your own book!)
Design your book all on one sheet, with the pages in this order (and the
same way up as the numbers shown):

Crease the sheet along the two main directions (by folding it in half then
opening it, once for each direction):

Now make another pair of creases, with the effect of dividing the long
direction into quarters:

Then unfold again, fold in half, and make a cut with scissors as shown you should be cutting through two thicknesses of paper, but only as far as
those quarter-folds you just made:

Open it out again. The resulting page should have a cut in its centre, a bit
like this:

Fold it in half along the long direction, such that all your pages are still on
the outside:

Now push it inwards from each end, so that the inner bit pushes out in both
directions to make a kind of cross-shape. Fold the resulting pages together
so that your front page is outmost:

And there you have it, a little book of 8 pages that needs no stapling or

Buy directly from the artists. Now taking commissions
Place your orders at charles.e.haskins@gmail.com
Or visit us at http://haskinshouseart.blogspot.com/

Haskins House Issue 1 Jan 2014.

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