Urban Hermitt, a young, queer hiphop artist, poet, and hard-traveler, is the center of this celebrated zine. His picaresque look at queer life and love begins with a teenage Hermitt navigating a dirty, pock-marked trailer park landscape of sketchy stoners, confused punks, and sinister hippies. A raw, druggy, sexed-up, coming-of-age story, it is irreverently humorous with t...more
I read a couple issues of the Urban Hermitt’s eponymous zine a few years ago and really enjoyed them, so I was excited when my partner sent me a copy of The Flow Chronicles, Hermitt’s first book. Like the zines, this book was super fun to read!
Hermitt writes about coming of age and coming out as a tomboy dyke, avoiding creepy hippy men and trying to hook up with hot sexy women. From crappy foodservice jobs to drug experimentation, Hermitt ...more
Urban Hermitt formerly identified as a woman and a lesbian.
As he states about himself in his book, The Flow Chronicles: "Besides fra ...more