Brewington’s Underground Technossance Magazine

It just dropped. It is what it is. That’s all.

That’s it.

Canadian comic book magazine that leaks into a darkish techno series thriller, a grave injustice. The Renaissance is dead. The Technossance is dead. Welcome to classic art, parody, non-linear stories, and a strange anthology for entertainment from the “so-called” drummer, stunt double, artist and writer. Richard Tattoni is the white Apollo Creed of the literary world. Richard is a founder of the Technossance, the gateway into the interesting world of music. Everything recorded with the rise of thrilling new technology finds its way journaled as crime fiction. It’s a choose-your-own-adventure. And all the fiction art is here, from the writer’s ambitious first-person pieces, Lionheart Leaks, short stories, blog stories, essays, recordings, poetry, and comic book issues. This is a historic Technossance Press magazine of alternative facts and fiction. The series end is on January 18th and July 19th, 2022. The pub teaser is on July 19th and August 1st, 2022. The final edits and revisions from September 8th, 2022 are complete. It’s ready.

Wow, self-editing can be endless. So is it personal growth or is it just personal? “Leave It To Beaver” reruns on MeTV, but not RTTV. After amazingly little persuasion, the author just doesn’t want to make any more time for edits, and feels better for it. Don’t squint to see if his book is here, it is, and it’s September 8th, 2022. Let’s pretend the pub date just happened because the writer has been to the pub too many times. The author lets out a sigh of relief. It’s finally finished; and it’s a dazzling, remarkable free slice of history, not just for readers. Let’s hope this book will forever be available on internet newsstands everywhere. Discover more details about A Man Of Time and The Great Beyond.

Alas, summer 2022 can’t last forever. The platform is complete now. Hope you enjoy the magazine.

This was done by Richard Tattoni. We asked the techno junkie writer, Richard, to put Baby Gonzo in a moving crowd in New York City and this came out.

Richard Tattoni and his wife, Jodie Tattoni, at Rafele in New York City. Many years later, still livin’ the dream.
Skedaddles, 2016.