OH my god, I just pooped my pants when I read the headline to this video. Do you have any idea how long I’ve wished to be a fly on the wall in The Simpsons writers room during its halcyon Conan O’Brien years? You know, when they were penning the monorail song, and sending Homer […]

27 Jan
Docu-series profiles Sir Arthur C. Clarke, Philip K. Dick & the trailblazers of the Sci-Fi universe

A recent edition to the ZZZFROMHELLZZZ channel on Youtube are three hour-long documentaries related to Science Fiction. The first, Profits of Science Fiction: Arthur C. Clarke, centers on Sci-Fi visionary Sir Arthur C. Clark, the revered science fiction writer responsible for some of the most iconic stories of the genre. The landmark novel 2001: A […]

3 Nov
The man, the myth, the sagely advice

There are no words for the amount of respect I have for Mr. Kurt Vonnegut, one of the most singular human beings of the 20th and 21st Centuries. Here’s a 5-part video clip series of a 2002 lecture Vonnegut gave at Albion College, titled How to Get Job Like Mine, where he received an honorary […]

24 Nov
The human mind can be easily manipulated—pry your eyes open

We here at Lost In A Supermarket don’t like to think of ourselves as a website. Or a blog. Or a fanzine, magazine, tabloid or journal. We are a collective of artists, writers, designers, businessmen, filmmakers, etc…a band of brothers with a common creed. We like to think of LIAS as an open-minded circle. If […]

21 Oct
12 original songs composed and performed by Jay Farrar of Son Volt and Benjamin Gibbard of Death Cab for Cutie

A moment of silence for a true demigod—today marks the 40th anniversary of Kerouac’s death. This man is a rockstar in our eyes—a hero really. As a celebration to one of the greatest writers of all time, Jay Farrar of Son Volt and Benjamin Gibbard of Death Cab for Cutie have composed 12 original songs […]