Right Where You Are Sitting Now is an online magazine that explores the weirder side of the world we live in. From fringe musicians to cults, from alternative thinkers to Magick…basically if it’s coming from a fresh, funny or different perspective, we are interested in it!
Although we are a relativley young and underfunded project, RWYASN strives to bring you the latest in alternative, underground and countercultural goings-on.
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The RWYASN Team:
Ken Eakins – Editor
Ken is the editor of SittingNow and it’s minions. He has written for a plethora of magazines, and websites, and now – not unlike Darth Vader – he is the master….sort of.
When not slaving over this site, he edits videos professionally, and produces podcasts for companies, and other indie projects.
Kim Monaghan (Daddytank) – Reviews Editor
Daddy Tank is an unimaginative creature, easily sated with flickering lights and loud noises. In the whole of 2008 he did not actually manage to read a single proper book, which should tell you all you need to know. His time is mostly taken up with occupying a small, young version of himself and endlessly walking places, for profit and for fun.
His greatest hope is to be selected as a test subject for the first flight to Mars while his biggest fear is that one day people will be able to hear his thoughts.
Lee Adcock – Feature/Review writer
Lee is a misguided writer/aspiring journalist who hails from the distant land of Georgia (the state, not the country). She’s cobbled together her own blog of musical expeditions, writes for sparkly webzine GoldFlakePaint, and was once an accomplished clarinetist for some 12 years. (Such is her only legit “music cred”.) Lee often doubts the existence of “spare time”, but when she stumbles upon it, she may read old novels and books on art, paint three-dimensional figures, play dated video games (most frequently RPGs, but essentially any form of adventure or journey she can embark upon), or simply write into whatever small notepad she can find.
For her penultimate philosophy on life, Lee quotes Socrates: “The only thing I know for certain is that I don’t know anything.”
Dissolved Paul – Musical Director.