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Tica Douglas is walking past Harry Houdini’s grave when our phone call drops to silence. The escape artist, who died in 1926, is buried beneath a lavish stone marker in Machpelah Cemetery in Queens, New York, a graveyard so big that you can supposedly see it from space, near the house Douglas now lives in with their fiancée. “Freaky,” Douglas says once we get back on the line, which is not to say that they believe in ghosts; it’s more like they enjoy the pantomime of belief, the thrill in being haunted for a moment while they walk along the highway on the phone.

 

PRESS FOR JOEY

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Pitchfork.com

Joey Album Review. Molly Beauchemin for Pitchfork, 2015

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IMPOSE Magazine

Tica Douglas Falls In Between.  Sasha Geffen for IMPOSE Magazine. 2015

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GoldFlakePaint

In This Stillness: An interview with Tica Douglas. Sammy Maine for GoldFlakePaint. 2015.