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Little Steven Gig Poster

A poster created for Little Steven’s tour stop at the Electric Factory in Philadelphia. The …

Magnet 147: Steely Dan

In issue 147, Phil mourns the loss of Walter Becker, one founding half of Steely …

Generocity: Songs in the Key of Free

Americans want fewer prisoners. What’s art have to do with it? A unique year-old pilot …

Magnet 143: Like a Record

In issue 143, Phil talks about how MP3s were the Next Big Thing, until they …

Awaiting on You All

In issue 144, Phil takes modern bands to task for not putting out more new …

Magnet 142: Phil and Eric

In issue 142, Eric steps in for Phil, who is going through chemo. He talks …

Forever Friends

In the summer 2017 issue of Rowan Magazine, an alumni tells the story of her …

Millenial Bands

In Magnet Magazine #145, Phil talks about how kids today are more into the celebrity …

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Judging an English Major by Her Cover

Martha Anderson writes about how her book club knew she was an English major without …

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Darkness on the Edge of Town

In a time where we need rock and roll more than ever, Phil writes: ‘We …

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All in the Family

In Magnet #134, Phil Sheridan talks about his relationships with the music he loves, and …

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1812 Productions’ This is the Week That Is

1812 Productions’ annual satirical review of the current state of politics. This ran at Broad …

Saturday Night Fever for Magnet Magazine

Saturday Night Fever

Illustration for Phil Sheridan’s Back Page feature in Issue 118 of Magnet Magazine, about how …

The Record Didn't Skip, You Moved It…

The Record Didn’t Skip, You Moved It…

From a group show called Take What You Need at Indy Hall in April 2014, …

Murder for Two

Murder for Two

Murder for Two features Ian Lowe as Officer Marcus Moscowicz, and Kyle Branzel as literally …

Magnet Magazine: Backstreet Boys and Girls

Backstreet Boys And Girls

In his Magnet Magazine Back Page column, Phil Sheridan says that we’ve all been had …

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Wintertime Biking in the City

Bundle up, this is gonna hurt. Contact Mike: mike@alrightmike.com

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The Phillie Phanatic

My contribution to Philly Love Notes, about my adoration for the Phillie Phonetic. Contact Mike: mike@alrightmike.com

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High Fidelity

Illustration for Phil Sheridan’s Back Page feature in Issue 117 of Magnet Magazine, about record …

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A Good Fit

Former student Barbarasue Pratt Schmidt tells Rowan Magazine the story of how her father helped …

The Strange Man in the Blue Uniform

Perry Block’s satirical piece for Broad Street Review about the stranger who drops off paper …

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Perennial Losers

What makes a person stick by his team no matter what? Contact Mike: mike@alrightmike.com

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Last Year’s Resolution

For Grid Magazine’s Dispatch page, about the author’s year-long dedication to living a sustainable lifestyle. …

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Accidental Poetry

Featured alongside Andee Hochman’s piece for Broad Street Review about taking your poetry where you …