I have lived at 625 in downtown Flint for nearly five years now and I don’t know if I will ever know how deeply this place has affected me. It is here where I put together my second and third book, where I got published in Bare Bone and in Cthulhu Sex, and it is here where I began painting. To honor the creative spirit that this old building has had on its many tenants, past and present, we put together an art show/rummage sale with some of the current and former tenants. It wasn’t as all-encompassing as I would have hoped but it was a fun turn out and a fun show. It also turned out to be the last Guerilla Art Show here before an established and respected alternative art gallery makes this address their home in the Fall. I sold a few Meep books, and sold four pieces of art – even big old Pete Anders, who I had held onto for so long. Here are a few pics.