“Welcome to THE LADY ANARCHIST CAFÉ, where ‘the occult and the everyday intermingle.’ It’s a phantasmic feminist space, where you can spot Dorothy from THE WIZARD OF OZ, Emma Goldman, the Bronte sisters and a host of other luminaries. The poems and stories in this visionary collection are by turns satiric, playful, utopian, psychedelic and gritty.” ― Elaine Equi, poet... Read more about: The Lady Anarchist Café »
“As publisher of Rimes of The Ancient Mariner Silver Tongued Devil Anthology: Celebrating five years of outstanding East Village poetry, fiction, memoirs, essays, storytelling, humor, and spoken word, Linda Kleinbub has not only been around downtown but has embraced the informal savvy-quirky spirit of generosity that is New York. Her first book of poems, Cover Charge, maps out dues paid under ‘purple galaxies’ or in wishful gardens where blessings, if blurry, are bountiful. In the poem, Visibility Unclear, ‘fissures of logic’ manage to ‘avoid tripping over cats’ and in the poem ‘Fire Burning,’ ‘Orion’s stars drift/ penniless across a/ quartz-colored sky.’ Brimming colors mix and match, jiggle vitality. Kleinbub, lyrical, sensual, sober, has arrived, and she’s brought with her Pink Trees Press.” ― Star Black, author of The Popular Vote... Read more about: Cover Charge »
Liaisons is an international editorial collective that gathers experiences from struggles around the world. For our second book, Horizons, we asked comrades whether it’s still possible to envision revolution today, and to what extent classical notions of revolution might need to be rethought. Our inquiry received a variety of responses: while some emphasize the absence of revolutionary horizons or search for lessons among the experiments and failures of the past, others suggest revolution might be re-conceived as the gradual growth of a revolutionary force and the accumulation of “partial victories.” With ten texts from France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Sudan, and the US, Horizons is a planetary attempt to rethink and renew the revolutionary tradition in the twenty-first century.
1. In the Wake of an UprisingRead more about: Horizons, by Liaisons »
2. A Constellation of Horizons
3. End of Horizons
4. Inhabiting Fragmentation
5. Lysergic Horizons
6. The Revolution Starts Now!
7. We are Not as Gods
False Messiah: Crypto-Xtian Tracts and Fragments
By Peter Lamborn Wilson
“There is no other book quite like this one, in which the poet, polymath, hermetic scholar, and spiritual historian Peter Lamborn Wilson undertakes to unveil the hidden esoteric history of Christianity. Anyone willing to look beyond and beneath the various outer forms assumed by Christianity — from Roman Catholicism, Protestantism, to Alchemical and Masonic manifestations — will find here much food for thought and contemplation. Highly recommended.” — Christopher Bamford, author of An Endless Trace: The Passionate Pursuit of Wisdom in the West... Read more about: False Messiah: Crypto-Xtian Tracts and Fragments »
Edited by Konrad Becker and Felix Stalder
In hyper-normal hybrids the boundaries between man and machine have dissolved. Inside their nervous systems lies a strange but fascinating theme: the digital unconscious. Which forces act through algorithmic processes? What secrets are found in the shadowy realm of technology, welded to human nervous systems? How can the complexity of these relationships be described? What forms of access can cultural approaches offer? With S.M. Amadae, Franco “Bifo” Berardi, Cecilia Calheiros, Ewen Chardronnet, Critical Art Ensemble, Erik Davis, Graham Harwood, Eva Illiouz, Lydia H. Liu, Katja Mayer, El Iblis Shah, Felix Stalder, Michael Taussig, Peter Lamborn Wilson.... Read more about: Digital Unconscious: Nervous Systems and Uncanny Predictions! »
“There is one overriding fact about government that condemns it to being forever wrong: it is a contrivance abhorrent to nature, including human nature, and cannot be formed in any such way to prevent it being so…. For the longest time that we have been humans, say for about a million-and-a-half years, we have lived without anything that could be remotely considered government…. There is the indictment. Government is a system of human organization that lessens individual liberty, nullifies family, and emaciates community, invariably working to enlarge its power at the expense of other organizations. It does not matter what kinds of people are running it, what various combinations of checks and balances may be tried, whatever benefits it may be attempting to achieve, it cannot escape its inherent nature…. I cannot imagine a world without problems and crises, without social and economic dislocations demanding some public response. I see no difficulty, however, in imagining a world where those are responded to at the immediate human level by those who perceive the immediate human effects and control their own immediate human destinies…....Read more about: No More Mushrooms: Thoughts About Life Without Government »