Chunklet (magazine)

Chunklet (magazine)

Chunklet (magazine) is a Georgia-based humor and music magazine founded by Henry H. Owings in 1993.



Henry Owings began publishing Chunklet in Athens, GA while freelancing for alternative newsweekly Flagpole Magazine. “The main reason the mag started was due to my dissatisfaction with how my writing was handled in the Flaghole,” Owings says, although he has intimated that Chunklet is a sanctuary for self-hating critics.[1]

Since 1993, Chunklet has published 20 issues on no particular schedule. The first 19 of these are out-of-print. The magazine includes this disclaimer on “Chunklet comes out with little regard to a set schedule only because the contributors are busy with their other activities such as being in bands, work, family, putting out records, habitual laziness, television, our lord and savior Jesus Christ and internet porn.” [2]

Issues typically revolve around a central theme, such as Chunklet 15: “Is This Guy The Biggest Asshole in Rock?,” Chunklet 17: “Pay to (NOT) Play” (January 2003), Chunklet 18: “The Overrated Issue” Part One (February 2004), and Chunklet 19: “The Overrated Issue, Part Two” (January 2005). Content generally includes interviews with comedians and indie rock musicians, tour diaries, cartoons, prank correspondence, and satirical essays, lists, hipster how-to guides, and advice columns. Some issues contained premiums like CDs, 7” singles or in the case of Chunklet 17, blank checks made out to “Your Shitty Band.”


Owings cites three main comedic and visual influences: Dave EggersMight magazine, MAD and National Lampoon. Musically, Owings says the fanzines Conflict (published by Matador Records co-owner Gerard Cosloy), Siltbreeze, Forced Exposure, Your Flesh, Touch and Go, Slash and Search and Destroy “were all I ever cared about.”

Chunklet’s caustic, confrontational wit has led to a misconception that Owings and his staff are a bunch of hipster misanthropes who know it all and hate everything.

In a 2008 interview with Rob Harvilla in the Village Voice, Owings explained, “I think we live in a time right now, especially with the Internet, and especially with comment sections on blogs, where everybody can take their potshots—everybody can post anonymously and get their dig in. Fuck that. Everybody knows where I live. Everybody knows that I sign the checks. It has my name on it. You think I'm some kind of chickenshit? Let's talk about the last 10 records each of us bought. Let's talk about how many shows a year we go to. Let's talk about real nitty-gritty stuff, instead of this teeth-clenching hipster fashionista reactionary following of music. Let's talk nitty-gritty. You want to talk history? You want to talk criticism? I'm a fan of all of it. And as a fan, I sometimes take it to extremes.” [3]

Harvilla further explains, “To create the illusion that you hate everything, you have to know everything, and if you're bothered enough to know everything, then you actually must love everything… Henry likens a Chunklet insult to a "Weird Al" Yankovic homage: Grit your teeth and take it as a compliment.” Owings runs with the reputation, and occasionally issues T-shirts with withering yet self-deprecating slogans as “We’re All In This Together… Except You, You’re A Dick” (coined and designed by Mark Wasserman of San Francisco’s Plinko Design – and “I Collect Records Because Pussy Hates Me” (created by the Chunklet staff and designed by Chris Bilheimer to commemorate Record Store Day 2010).


Owings lifted the name Chunklet from an ice machine next to which the redneck proprietor was receiving a mani-pedi from his wife and daughter at a run-down convenience store west of Athens.[4]

Connection to Alternative Comedy and Indie Rock Scenes

By 2003, as Chunklet celebrated its tenth anniversary, Owings developed hipster ennui with respect to the “regular” rock or indie circuit and expanded his scope to include the budding alternative comedy movement. The Chunklet 10th anniversary party “was where a lot of the stars aligned” as comedians Patton Oswalt, David Cross and Greg Behrendt were on the bill. Since then, Chunklet regularly features interviews with and contributions from such alt-comedy figures as Oswalt, Cross, Brian Posehn, Maria Bamford, Janeane Garofalo, Paul F. Tompkins, Jon Glaser, Zach Galifianakis, Sarah Silverman, H. Jon Benjamin, Bob Odenkirk, and Eugene Mirman. Oswalt, Odenkirk and Posehn also contributed to Chunklet’s The Overrated Book while Oswalt, Mirman and Galifianakis contributed to The Rock Bible.


In 1998, the cover of Chunklet 14 titled “Issue 14 (a/k/a The Mad Magazine Issue a/k/a The Cease and Desist Issue”)” resulted in a cease-and-desist order issued from Mad Magazine's legal department.

In 2000, upon publishing Chunklet 15: “Is This Guy The Biggest Asshole in Rock?” Owings received verbal threats from musicians, labels and music fans “due to shit written in (especially) the Asshole issue.” The issue landed Owings on the 2001 Entertainment Weekly “It List” as the “It Agitator.”

Similar reactions followed Chunklet 17: “Pay to (NOT) Play” (January 2003), Chunklet 18: “The Overrated Issue” Part One (February 2004), and Chunklet 19: “The Overrated Issue, Part Two” (January 2005).

In late 2008, Owings began repeatedly instructing Chunklet contributors to “fuck with” the existing Chunklet Wikipedia entry. Shortly thereafter, it was deleted for vandalism.


For the first nine issues, the Chunklet staff used pseudonyms. Henry Owings: Heimlich the Bastard, Lisa Brown: Noser, John Burrows: Jason Slatton, Jerry Fuchs: Dinglefairy, Jezz Thorpe: Lucky Ducky.

Henry H. Owings – Publisher/Editor/Art Director

In addition to his work as a freelance journalist and magazine publisher, Henry Owings is a prolific concert promoter (with over 1,000 shows to his credit), label owner (releasing albums by Olivia Tremor Control, Servotron, Oblivians, Man… Or Astro-man?, The Minders, Azusa Plane, I Am Spoonbender), tour manager (Comedians of Comedy, Man... or Astro-man?, Servotron) and Grammy-nominated graphic designer and record producer.

Owings launched a graphic design arm, Chunklet Graphic Control, in 1997 and has since designed countless books, magazine layouts, album/DVD/book covers and marketing materials. A selected curriculum vitae:


Owings produced every Patton Oswalt album and received a Grammy nomination for My Weakness Is Strong (2009, Warner Bros.) He also produced Brian Posehn's Fart and Wiener Jokes on Relapse Records (uncredited).


Box Sets

Screamin’ and Hollerin' The Blues: The Worlds of Charley Patton (2001). Owings and art director Susan Archie received a Grammy Award for their work.

Fonotone Records: 1956–1969 (Grammy nomination, 2005)

Album Covers

Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band: Grow Fins: Rarities 1965-1982 (Table of the Elements/Xeric, 1999 – LP version)

John Cale: Inside the Dream Syndicate, Vol. I: Day of Niagara (2000), Inside the Dream Syndicate, Vol. II: Dream Interpretation and Inside the Dream Syndicate, Vol. III: Stainless Gamelan (both on Table of the Elements, 2001)

Lewis Black: Revolver (EP) (Stand Up! Records, 2002), Rules of Enragement (2003 Comedy Central Records – CD, Stand Up! Records - LP)

Patton Oswalt: Vs. Alcohol Vs. Zach Vs. Patton w/Zach Galifianakis (Chunklet Records, 2005), …And the Pennsylvania Macaroni Company (Chunklet Records, 2006)

Magnolia Electric Co.: Fading Trails (Secretly Canadian, 2006)

Elf Power: Back to the Web (Rykodisc, 2006)

Book Covers and Layouts

Mr. Show: What Happened? (Squaresville Productions, 2002)

Thesaurus Musicarum: The Pitchfork Year in Music 2003 (, 2004)

DVD Covers

We Fun Atlanta (Music Video Distributors, 2007)

Lost & Found Video Night, Vols. 1 – 10 (Cinestrike Films)


Brian Teasley, Ted Rall, Billy Carter, Dag Luther Gooch (also Chunklets video guru), Andrew Earles, Patrick Gough


Aye Jay Morano, Ted Rall, Jerry Fuchs, Seth Jabour, Johnny Ryan, Jason Molina, Roger Miller, David Yow, Evildesign, Eryc Simmerer, Terry White, Joe Peery, Rich Tommasso, Mary Elizabeth Wine, Will Hart, Joshua Krause, Mark Wasserman, Ed Wilcox, Ben West, Adam Fuchs, Brian Walsby, Jay Ryan, Paul Hornschemeier


Frank Mullen, Brian McCall, Chris Bilheimer, Dan Monick, Tad Kubler, Gary Flom, Ryan Russell

Chunklet Radio

Eryc Simmerer produced five episodes of the Chunklet podcast “Chunklet Radio” between 2005 and 2008.


Owings, the Chunklet staff and various friends a/k/a Team Chunklet, regularly challenge indie rock bands to games of WhirlyBall after which some of the bands performed. Team Chunklet is currently 61-0. Les Savy Fav claims to have tied and American Analog Set claims that Team Chunklet has forfeited games. No substantiation exists. Chunklet 20: “The Last Magazine Ever Printed” contains a best-of feature with photos from matches with The Arcade Fire, Torche, The Hold Steady, Mogwai, Death Cab for Cutie, Magnolia Electric Co., Deerhunter, Isis, Les Savy Fav, Swearing at Motorists, The Black Lips, The Shins, Queens of the Stone Age, Melvins, Underoath, Qui, Battles, Fatal Flying Guillotines, and Ted Leo and the Pharmacists. Vampire Weekend and Man... or Astro-man? have also faced off against Team Chunklet.

The following bands have actually performed concerts at Whirlyball Atlanta: The Black Lips, Dark Meat, Diplo, Noot D'Noot, Fatal Flying Guiloteens, Mogwai, Growing, Torche, Melvins with David Yow, Big Business, Les Savy Fav, Liverhearts, Ted Leo and the Pharmacists, Birds of Avalon, Gentleman Jesse & His Men, Coffin Bound, Carbonas, The Coathangers, The Selmanaires, Deerhunter, Monotonix, Matt & Kim, The NEC, All The Saints and Man… or Astro-man?

Chunklet issued three WhirlyBall 7" records with perforated tickets to each match attached to the sleeve. Records/tickets to each show were exclusively sold at Criminal Records based in Atlanta, Georgia. All records feature exclusive material by every band on the bill.

WHIRLYCHUNK-001 Bands: Deerhunter, The Selmanaires, The Coathangers, Carbonas

WHIRLYCHUNK-002 / Bands: The Black Lips, Gentleman Jesse & His Men, Coffin Bound, Baby Shakes

WHIRLYCHUNK-003 ( Bands: Dark Meat, Diplo



Chunklet 1 (1993)

Printed on a single 8.5x11 page folded in fours. Featured an interview with The Muffs, an advice column, and a small article on Bash & Pop.

Chunklet 2 (1993)

Interview: Helmet

Chunklet 3 (1993)

Interview: Chokebore & Guzzard

Chunklet 4 (1994)

Interview: David Grubbs

Chunklet 5 (1994)

The first issue that actually had pages, this came sealed in a “crazily stamped envelope.”

Interview: Shellac

Chunklet 6 (1994)

Chunklet gave away its sixth issue at three concerts, the first two being a double-bill featuring Tar and Man…or Astro-man? at Athens’ 40 Watt Club and Atlanta’s Masquerade. The other show was the Derby Weekend (April 1994) at the Rocket House in Louisville, KY featuring Rodan (band), Shellac and Ruby Falls.

Chunklet 7: (Spring 1994)

Interviews: Man or Astro-man?/Tar cross-interview, Archers of Loaf

Features: Noser Knows, O.J. Simpson vs. Killdozer[disambiguation needed ]

Cover design: Henry Owings. Illustration: Billy Nation

Other: Came wrapped in a bellyband.

Chunklet 8: (Fall 1994)

First issue with a paid advertisement. Covers printed on brown paper bags from Winn-Dixie.

Interviews: Arcwelder, Air Miami, Oblivians, Gaunt

Features: Tech Support Horror Stories, Noser Knows, How to Be Alternative, show reviews

Cover design: Henry Owings

Chunklet 9: “The Pet Issue” (June 1995)

Cover features Owings and his then-girlfriend in front of his car after they had run over a deer. Features art by Jerry Fuchs. Most copies came sealed in a doggy bag with the issue number rubber-stamped onto it.

Interviews: Tortoise, Jad Fair

Features: Q&A (and band-drawn illustrations) with bands about their pets including: Ashtray Boy/Nice, The Clean, Boris The Sprinkler, The Cows, Codeine, DQE, dis-, Folk Implosion/Sebadoh, Gas Huffer, Girls Against Boys, Guided by Voices, The Grifters, The Jesus Lizard, Man or Astro-man?, MX80, Nine Pound Hammer, Oblivians, The Olivia Tremor Control, The PeeChees, Rocket From The Crypt, Pegboy, Silkworm, Shellac, Six Finger Satellite, The Smugglers, Superchunk, Thinkin' Fellers. Also includes Owings’ personal accounts of owning pets.

Cover design: Henry Owings. Photo: Jezz Thorpe

Chunklet 10: (Spring 1996)

Interviews: Harry Pussy, Geezer Lake, Sun Ra (one of his final interviews), MX80, Thee Speaking Canaries

Features: He Said/He Said, Jawbox/Pegboy golf outing, Man... or Astro-man? tour diary, Refrigerators of Athens Musicians (including Harvey Milk, The Martians{[dn}}, The Woggles), Punk Rock Photo Album by Malcolm Riviera, Fun Things To Do On the First Day of Class, Prank Letters to Corporations, Absurd Band Names. Illustrations by Will Hart of Olivia Tremor Control.

Cover design: Ted Rall

Chunklet 11: (Fall 1996)

Interviews: Spent, Thee Hydrogen Terrors, Ui, Flying Saucer Attack, Servotron, X-Ray Spex

Features: Azalia Snail tour diary, 9 Types of Record Store Employees, 8-tracks, Lance Bangs, Firewalking, How to Be Annoying, 1-800-Chunklet, Mr. Yoyo. Features illustrations by Will Hart.

Premium: A 7" record featuring exclusive tracks by Don Caballero, recorded at the band's second gig. (Two pressings, first with purple labels and two vinyl color variations and one in blue).

Cover design: Ted Rall

Chunklet 12: “In Space!” (1997)

Interviews: U-J3RK5, Bob Moog

Features: Moon Radio, Guru Bob, The History of Krautrock, Helpful Tips for Pyros, 50 Dorky Things About Drummers, How To Be Annoying, A Don Caballero Ghost Story

Premium: A CD featuring previously unreleased material by Six Finger Satellite, Arcwelder, Man... or Astro-man?, Spatula, Azalia Snail with Harry Pussy, Cash Money, Thee Hydrogen Terrors, Harvey Milk, Hurl, Elf Power, The Quadrajets, The Yips, Steel Miners, Windy & Carl, Xerobot, Cruel, Cruel Moon, Stirling and the Azusa Plane

Cover design: Chris Bilheimer

Chunklet 13: “The Quickie Issue" (1998)

Produced in a single day and given away because Owings “was avoiding ‘lucky 13’.” Owings was moved to produce the rush edition when Quadrajets drummer Kevin Young was in an auto accident that paralyzed him from the neck down.

Features: Two pieces Owings wrote for the Flagpole, “a couple dumb articles and a couple small lists written by friends. I don't remember how many were made, but I think it was around 500.”

Cover design: Henry Owings

Other: came with a bellyband

Chunklet 14: “Issue 14 (a/k/a The Mad Magazine Issue a/k/a The Cease and Desist Issue” (1998)

Interviews: The Clears, Boche from the Billions Corporation

Features: Duophonic Super 45s, Bill Pullman, Guided by Voices vs. Star Trek, What's the Most Rock Thing You've Ever Done?, How to Be Annoying at Monopoly, PoMo Spy vs. Spy (by Ted Rall), Heckling[disambiguation needed ] (by Andrew Earles).

Premium: CD featuring previously unreleased material by Portastatic, The Delta 72, Tranquil, The Green Pajamas, Amp, The Minders, Brother JT, Operation Re-Information, Irving Klaw Trio, Therisphere, Log, Neutrino, Melted Men, The Low Numbers, The Causey Way and Daphne Diaphanous. Also, fans that submitted and passed an Indie Cred test received a lathe cut 7" by Thurston Moore.

Cover design: Chris Bilheimer

Chunklet 15: “Is This Guy The Biggest Asshole in Rock?” (2000)

Chunklet’s biggest-selling issue, at 24,000 copies.

Interviews: Steve Albini, Will Hart, John Reis, David Cross

Features: Band-A-Minute, Tickle Me Emo, Great Ways to Irritate Publicists, The 100 Biggest Assholes in Rock, Charles Bronson (by Andrew Earles),

Cover design: Chris Bilheimer

Chunklet 16: “The Shit List” (2001)

The publication’s largest issue ever, at 180 pages. Master copy and backup were among items stolen from Owings’ home in 2002. No electronic version will ever be available.

Interviews: The Fucking Champs, Lewis Black, Neil Hamburger (by Jon Wurster), Nardwuar vs. Bev Davies, Keuhkot, Subsonics

Features: The SHIT LIST, disc-by- disc review of the Merzbox, The Final Days of Don Caballero, Rock's Weakest Links, Indietronica, Novelty Rap (by Andrew Earles), The Life & Death of Bob Crane, The Theremin, Sniglets, David Lee Roth vs. Steve Martin, Shitty Rock Poses (illustrated by Jerry Fuchs)

Cover design: Chris Bilheimer. Photo: Frank Mullen

Chunklet 17: “Pay to (NOT) Play” (January 2003)

Postponed due to the 2002 robbery.

Interviews: Mission of Burma, Fred Armisen, Patton Oswalt, Dave Attell, Janeane Garofalo, Neal Pollack, Robert Smigel

Features: Mr. Show tour diary, AC/DC board meeting, Irony Shirts, Rocktoids, Let Us Name Your Band, Ask Andrew WK, Commanders of the Pit, Tattoo Challenge

Cover design: Chris Bilheimer

Chunklet 18: “The Overrated Issue” Part One (February 2004)

So out-of-print, even Owings doesn’t own an issue.

Interviews: Sarah Silverman, Jon H. Benjamin, Bob Odenkirk

Features: Assholes Across America, Dreamo vs. Emo, Bumper Stickers, Freakster, Croquet with Blur, Sell-Out Pie Chart, Microphone Techniques, Adopt-A-Gutter-Punk

Cover design: Chris Bilheimer

Chunklet 19: “The Overrated Issue, Part Two” (January 2005)

Interviews: The Naked Trucker, Eugene Mirman, Stella[disambiguation needed ], Tim Kerr, Joe Bussard

Features: The seven degrees of Winona Ryder, WhirlyBall vs. Mogwai, Torture Tapes, Promoter Excuses, Daniel Terryfeather, Rock Action Figures

Cover design: Chris Bilheimer

Chunklet 20: “The Last Magazine Ever Printed” (2008)

Interviews: Zach Galifianakis, PFT, Jon Glaser, Sublime Frequencies

Features: Drug Appreciation, WhirlyBall, Rockopoly, Music Journalist App Form, Glad You're Dead, Booking Agents, The Sarge (by Andrew Earles)

Premium: Zach Galifianakis/Ted Leo and the Pharmacists split 7” with exclusive tracks “Up In ‘Dem Guts” (Galifianakis) and “Rock N’ Roll Dreams’ll Come Through (Leo). On colored vinyl, some on picture disc.

Cover design: Chris Bilheimer


Chunklet is distributed by Carrot Top, Emma Marian Ltd. (Canada), Last Gasp, Revolver, Small Changes, Sonic Unyon (Canada), and Ubiquity.

Retail outlets include Atomic Books (Baltimore), Aquarius Records (San Francisco), Criminal Records (Atlanta), Grapevine Music (Boone, NC), Harvest Records (Asheville, NC), Jackpot Records (Portland, OR), Newbury Comics (Boston), Mad Platter (Riverside, CA), Pegasus (Berkeley & Oakland), Powell's Books(Portland, OR), Quimby's (Chicago), Reckless (Chicago), Reptilian (Baltimore), Rough Trade (London), Sam Weller's Books (Salt Lake City), Spaceboy (Philly), The Record Exchange (Boise), Twisted Village (Cambridge), Vintage Vinyl (St. Louis), Waterloo Records (Austin).

As of 8/28/2010 all issues except Chunklet 20 are out of print, however content from many back issues is available on


The Overrated Book (Last Gasp, 2006) Compiles the majority of Chunklets 18 and 19 along with 40 pages of new material.

The Rock Bible: Unholy Scripture for Fans & Bands (Quirk Books, 2008) Originally intended as the theme to a new issue, but “exploded into a book in nine weeks.”



CHKCD001 Patton Oswalt 222 (Live & Uncut) (February 2005) Unedited 2'22" tapes of the first album recorded at the 40 Watt Club in Athens.

CHKCD002 Patton Oswalt Vs. Alcohol Vs. Zach Vs. Patton (with Zach Galifianakis) CD-EP (June 2005) Patton and Zach drunk, insulting each other at the EARL (East Atlanta Restaurant Lounge).

CHKCD003 Patton Oswalt ...And the Pennsylvania Macaroni Company (Aug 2006 - OOP) Features Henry Owings, Brian Posehn, Maria Bamford and Eugene Mirman Recorded at Logan Square Auditorium, Chicago, 2006

CHKCD004 [2008] Patton (OOP) WFMU radio fundraiser premium, limited edition of 700.

CHKCDCOC001-004 [2006]

Comedians of Comedy 3" CDs (OOP) One 3” CD each from Patton Oswalt, Maria Bamford, Brian Posehn, and Eugene Mirman. All exclusive material, packaged with trading cards.


CHK011.5 Don Caballero Waltor/Shuman Center 91 (1995, OOP) Included with Chunklet 11.

CHK017.5 Les Savy Fav/David Cross 7” (2003, OOP) premium for Chunklet 17.

CHK018.5 Jason Molina No Moon On The Water (2004, OOP) premium for Chunklet 18.

CHK019.5 Melvins/Patton Oswalt 7” (2006, OOP) Sold as a memento to the 13th anniversary.

CHK020.5 Ted Leo/Zach Galifianakis 7” (2008, OOP) premium for Chunklet 20. Some pressed on picture disc.


CHKLP001 Les Savy Fav Let's Stay Friends (2007) Limited edition of 1070 including 100 on clear vinyl and 70 on gold.

CHKLP002 Harvey Milk Courtesy And Goodwill Towards Men (2008) Initial reprinting of 500 used the remaining original jackets from Reproductive. A vinyl pressing fiasco necessitated a total re-print. The sleeves are letter pressed and sport a thick spine (unlike the original pressing).

CHKLP003 Harvey Milk The Pleaser/Live Pleaser (2008) Double LP, limited pressing of 1000, with 400 copies on red/blue vinyl, 400 gold/green, 100 clear with splatter, 100 black.

CHKLP004 Harvey Milk My Love Is Higher Than Your Assessment Of What My Love Could Be (2008) Limited edition vinyl: 100 powder blue, 100 dark gold, 100 clear with splatter


CHKDVD001 Brother Vs. Brother (2004) Filmed at South-by-Southwest (SXSW) 2004.

CHKDVD002 Buckshot Boys (2005) Filmed at All Tomorrow’s Parties in December 2004.

CHKDVD003 (DELETED) South-By-South Death (2006) Boy Scout-themed production filmed at SXSW 2005. Owings’ lawyer strongly discouraged him from releasing it, but it is available online.

CHKDVD004 Harvey Milk Anthem (2006) A multi-camera shoot of the final Harvey Milk gig with Paul opening for Melvins w/David Yow at the Chunklet 13th anniversary. Reissued APR09 (2nd edition, CHKDVDCD004.5) with four previously unreleased tracks and an hour of additional material.

Anniversary Parties

First Anniversary: December 4, 1994 Venue: Skate-A-Round USA, Athens, GA Performers: Man… or Astro-man?

Second Anniversary: October, 1995 Venue: The Landfill, Athens, GA Performers: The Olivia Tremor Control, Thee Speaking Canaries, Joe Christmas

Third Anniversary: August 31, 1996 Venue: Q-Zar Laser Tag (Athens) Performers: Servotron

Tenth Anniversary: April 1–3, 2003 Venue: 40 Watt Club Performers: Patton Oswalt, David Cross, Greg Behrendt, Har Mar Superstar, Oxes, Neal Pollack

Thirteenth Anniversary: October 27–28, 2006 Venue: Variety Playhouse, WhirlyBall Atlanta and the 40 Watt Club Performers: Zach Galifianakis, Patton Oswalt, Harvey Milk, Melvins with David Yow, Big Business, Elf Power, puppet show

Fifteenth Anniversary: October 10–11, 2008 Venue: 40 Watt Club Performers: Brent Weinbach, Brian Posehn, Deerhunter, Gentleman Jesse and his Men, Twin Tigers, Mastodon

In popular culture

Elyse Sewell is seen reading a copy of Chunklet 17 in the first season of America's Next Top Model.



  1. ^ Levack, Chandler. “Henry Owings: The Last Rock Critic”, Eye Weekly, Toronto, 06/23/2009. Accessed 07/10/2010.
  2. ^ Owings, Henry. "About Chunklet" Athens, Accessed 07/10/2010.
  3. ^ Harvilla, Rob. "In Praise of Chunklet", Village Voice, New York City, 10/22/2008. Accesssed 07/10/2010.
  4. ^ Levack, Chandler. “Henry Owings: The Last Rock Critic”, Eye Weekly, Toronto, 06/23/2009. Accessed 07/10/2010.

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