Recent Books

  • How I Became One of the Invisible

    Price: $13.95

    This fine collection of stories, essays and memoirs reveals the erudite as well as the adventurous side of the well-known Artaud translator and literary critic David Rattray. His writing lies at the conjunction of travel and wisdom where the spiritual informs the sinful.

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  • Imported

    Price: $16.95

    This collection of writings on the theme of “Importation” touches on the problems of cultural exchange with respect to globalization, nationalism, tourism, language, theory, desire, identity, and politics. Contributors include Bill Arning, Coco Fusco, Kojin Karatani, Edward Said, and Gayatri Spivak.

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  • Censoring Media

    Price: $7.95

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  • The Lizard Club

    Price: $8.95

    Gossip! Gossip! Gossip! The Lizard Club “tells all” about the birth of San Francisco’s underground club scene. But who’s real and who’s not? Abbott’s novel suggests that in the ’90s, we can no longer tell fact from fantasy.William Burroughs, Dennis Cooper, Robert Gluck, and Sarah Schulman praised the late Steve Abbott’s first novel, Holy Terror. This follow-up Menippean satire is equally engaging.

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  • Polysexuality

    Price: $13.95

    An exact reprint Ñ genital warts and all Ñ of the notorious harbinger of the ’90s, Semiotext(e)’s sex issue. Sex as political terrain re-invented again! The things that go bump in Jesse Helms’ night. Denounced on the Senate floor forpromoting “animal sex.”Includes work by Alain Robbe-Grillet, F?lix Guattari, Paul Verlaine, William S.Burroughs, Georges Bataille, Pierre Klossowski, Roland Barthes, Paul Virilio, Peter Lamborn Wilson, and more.

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  • Passionate Mistakes

    Price: $12.95

    Passionate Mistakes charts the turbulent adventures of one girl in America, from Boston’s teen goth world to whoring in New Age Tucson to arriving in San Francisco’s dyke underground. Reminiscent of jill johnston, Michelle Tea’s writing is honest, sarcastic, lyrical, and direct. She speaks for America’s young queer girl mutant horde.

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