Thug comix, anti-copyright; a zine of sorts, tho certainly not in the classic sense. Just a comic.
Basic rundown, a nutty dude, tired of the thug vibe, endeavors to experiment with his budding creativity. Amid cat-calls from OGs, he surprises and invigorates a usually CIA-manipulated culture into an evolutionary approach that has everyone going bananas! read more »
"The Cybernetic Hypothesis is a political hypothesis, a new fable that after the second world war has definitively supplanted the liberal hypothesis. Contrary to the latter, it proposes to conceive biological, physical, and social behaviors as something integrally programmed and re-programmable. read more »
"This edition of Rise Fall Repeat follows Fox's established format of gorgeous photography overlayed with cut&paste narrative. This issue feels like a dichotomy: there are some musings that, in a few words, paint astonishing insights into the human condition. read more »
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A poster based on Ursula K. Le Guin’s novel, The Dispossessed. read more »
FREE POEMS FROM BOSTON, WRITTEN IN CALIFORNIA. PUBLISHED FOR EASY PRINTING AND DISTRO. PRINT PORTRAIT STYLE WITH SHORT EDGE BINDING. PRINT AND DISTRIBUTE NEAR OR FAR. MUCH LOVE - MITCH
Contains full text of Sarah Schulman's Gentrification of the Mind
1909. James Joyce lives in Trieste (Italy) with his family. End of October, he leaves alone for Dublin on a business trip, and stays there until the end of December. He makes a pact with his wife to write to each other erotic letters. read more »
Inveterate 1950s-style Parisian slacker Jean-Michel Mension's first book, The Tribe: Conversations with Gerard Berreby and Francesco Milo (volume 1 of Contributions to the History of the Situationist International and Its Time), arrives in this country translated by Donald Nicholson-Smith. read more »
Neoism, Plagiarism & Praxis is concerned with what’s been happening at the cutting edge of culture since the demise of Fluxus and the Situationists. It provides inside information on the Neoists, Plagiarists, Art Strikers, London Psychogeographical Association, K Foundation, and other groups that are even more obscure.
“God is a lie, / and Faith is a lie, / And a tenfold lie is Love; / Life is a problem without a why, / And never a thing to prove.”—Voltairine de Cleyre read more »
The Theater and Its Double, the first English translation of a collection of manifestos originally published in 1938, is the fullest statement of the ideas of Artaud. "We cannot go on prostituting the idea of the theater, the only value of which is in its excruciating, magical relation to reality and danger," he wrote. read more »