Friday, September 25, 2015


The Kreation Korner returns today with a respite from the daily horror of global capitalism by means of Hadley Daughterson's talents vis-à-vis digital kreation:

Friday, September 18, 2015

Komedy Korner

A King sits with his dog, pondering the prospect of another tax hike on His serfs to fund construction of a new siege engine.

"But will they rebel, my people?" the King, an anxious man, asks.

"What can they do?" replies his dog. "Resistance is feudal."

Sunday, September 13, 2015

TKK Party Tonight!

Dear Reader,

Today, as we prepare for our birthday bash blowout to celebrate eight years of The Kreation Korner, the staff here wishes to extend a heartfelt message of optimism, love, and a generosity of spirit:

Kreationism isn't a destination. It's a journey, a process. A process that requires continual experimentation, reflection, and growth. A process that requires an open mind and a humble heart. A process that is, frankly, indispensable in these days of widespread suffering and near-universal anxiety. For the light of Kreationism to shine brightly enough to make even the smallest positive impact, it is required of us to cultivate in ourselves a willingness to take risks and to not shy away from tough issues or subject matters. As we mark a momentous milestone today, The Kreation Korner fully intends to take those risks. Will we make mistakes? You bet we will. But isn't that the best and arguably only way to really learn? In the coming ninth year of The Korner, we fully intend to dive headlong into the muck, so to speak, and thrash about in order to contribute to the cause of expanding consciousness, understanding, respect, and dignity in our immediate communities as well as global communities and communities beyond. Through this process we may well raise more questions than answers--but we feel that that's a good thing. Thanks for your unflagging support!

All the Best,
The Kreation Korner Staff

Saturday, September 5, 2015

Radio Ga Ga Korner

And a good day to you, Honorific Address! We've got quite the nugget of Kreationist history for you today. As we're sure you're abundantly aware, our archivist Gabe Gabriel is on an unending quest to find the rare, the forgotten, and the misplaced remnants of kreative kontent from days gone by. Today he struck something of a mother lode whilst rummaging through a box of tapes found among the personal effects of the late K. Hume O'Henderbaum. It's a piece of tape dated 1968 containing the only known existing audio of KRTN Radio disc jockey Greg "The G-Man" Gregory. Before his mysterious and as yet unresolved disappearance in 1973, Gregory was known as a quick-witted shock jock who modeled his partially-satirical persona after the elusive, button-down federal agents who inspired paranoia in the hearts of many Americans of that era. As serendipity would have it, one of The G-Man's most loyal adherents was an elementary school student with stars in his eyes named Gabe Gabriel. Tune in: