Anthology of essays about radical radio and other tales of the airwaves. Pirates, theory, practice, rants, monologues, and philosophy. Includes work by Leon Trotsky, Tetsuo Kogawa, Ezra Pound,...
Excellent collection of radical essays from the electronic and virtual frontier. From the virtual condition, to nomadic power and resistance, to video...
And Other Unpopular Ideas$12.00
Following up Critical Art Ensemble's The Electronic Disturbance, this incisive series of essays expands on the ideas of nomadic power and radical resistance in the increasingly wired world.
A reprinting of two of the most popular and accessible of Noam's writings on language: Language & Responsibility and Reflections on Language.
A new edition of Zerzan's first collection of essays, exploring alienation, and the resistance it has engendered.
Cyborgs, Designer Babies, and New Eugenic Consciousness$9.95
"Having (in previous volumes) explored the dimensions of social and political control in electronic culture, CAE now turns full frontal toward the body and persuasively argues that dreams of...
"An indispensable user's guide for anyone interested in the critical thinking and practice of biotech as a social, scientific, and political phenomenon. Whther in the genetic transgressions of the...
And Other Tales$17.95
In his most brilliantly syncretic writing yet, radical urban theorist Mike Davis explores the combat zone that is contemporary urban America, a ceaseless battle waged both within cities and against...
Almost two dozen artists, theorists and academics take cyberfeminism to the next level. With approaches coming from art, theory and activism, Cyberfeminism invents and documents a cyberfeminism...
The American cosmographer Charles Fort (1874-1932) spent the last 25 years of his life in the obsessive collection of anomalous and exceptional data rejected by the sciences of his day. Fort called...