Contains interviews with artists, discussing their lives not the relevance of their work in the greater cultural sphere -- interwoven with random tidbits of discourse, political or economic commentary, and the Five Principles of Ethical Deviation.
Prior to any notions of applying it to a media outlet, Ash Hoden created Deviation: Positively going astray as a philosophical framework for actively cultivating ethical self-governance on an individual level. He strayed across the globe while authoring his first book, The Idiot of Funkyville. Perhaps straying too far for his second manuscript, Myanmar ’n Me: Deviant Without a Cause in a (Former) Police State. In third grade he was severely punished for refusing to color within the lines, but that’s how it goes when you are deviant by nature.