650 pages of the history of underground literature. From William S Burroughs to DMX, Patti Smith to Boxcar Bertha. Plus Jack Kerouac, Ray Bradbury, Norman Mailer, Lou Reed, Hunter S Thompson, Henry...
Like everyone else, you dial and receive Wrong Numbers. But what do you make of them? And what do they make of you? What do these calls, universally regarded as irritating, tell us about the...
Published in Paris in 1946 as a hardboiled thriller loaded with sex and blood, allegedly censored in the US and 'translated' ito French - I Spit On Your Graves was both a pure mystification, and...
Emma Goldman, Lucy Parsons, Ben Reitman & Other Agitators & Outsiders In 1920s/30s Chicago$12.00
From the 1910s through the Depression 30s, when Chicago was the undisputed hobo capital of the United States, a small north side neighborhood know as Towertown was the vital center of an...
A biography of poet, anarchist, wobbly and pioneer of the Beat movement Kenneth Rexroth and analysis of his work by noted American situationist Ken Knabb. Rexroth lead a fascinating life that wound...
The Collected Interviews Of William S Burroughs 1960-1997$29.95
Burroughs Live gathers all the interviews, both published and unpublished, given by WSB, as well as conversations with well-known writers, artists and musicians, such as Tenessee Williams, Timothy...
Emma Goldman, Lucy Parsons, Ben Reitman & Other Agitators & Outsiders in 1920s/30s Chicago$25.00
From the 1910s through the Depression 30s, when Chicago was the undisputed hobo capital of the United States, a small north side neighborhood known as Towertown was the vital center of an...
1001 Drawings, 221 Midnights$24.00
Penelope Rosemont's first book of articles and essays. It includes nearly two dozen texts originally published in surrealist journals from 1970 through the 90s, plus eleven that appear here for the...
"The blind panopticon of Capital remains, after all, most vulnerable in the realm of 'magic' - the manipulation of images to control events, hermetic 'action at a distance.'" Includes an interview...
Bukowski's "Notes of a Dirty Old Man" is a collection of columns he wrote for the underground newspaper "Open City" in Los Angeles. Notes on reality that drift close to madness.