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April 24, 2014
4:42 pm

Recent Reviews and Links

A very perceptive — and positive — review of Paul Bingham’s Down Where the Devil Don’t Go was recently posted by the indefatigable online hustler (and master of the amygdala hijack), Matt Forney. My favorite line, because it’s funny and true: Bingham’s prose has an understated energy, a slow-moving violence, like a fat guy lumbering  Continue Reading »

March 9, 2014
5:24 pm

“I Read Odd Books” Read’s Mikita Brottman’s THIRTEEN GIRLS

Don’t miss Anita Dalton’s razor-sharp review of Mikita Brottman’s Thirteen Girls over at I Read Odd Books. Here’s an excerpt: …I want to discuss the overall nature of this book.  I enjoyed reading it but, at the end, I found myself feeling like the collection hit a discordant note in some of the stories.  I  Continue Reading »

February 22, 2014
6:24 pm

Jim Crawford’s “Confessions of an Antinatalist”: The “True Detective” Connection

  If you thought you detected an echo of  Uncle Jim’s voice in Rust Cohle’s nihilistic table talk, check out this Wall Street Journal interview with True Detective creator, Nic Pizzolatto, where Confessions of an Antinatalist — a few slightly misprinted copies of which are being cleared HERE – gets a mention, along with a number  Continue Reading »

December 18, 2013
11:49 pm

Gun Fag Manifesto Blog

Check out the Gun Fag Manifesto blog! It may or may not come to serve as a repository for GFM-style content, but for now you can use to mine for promotional images, request review copies, or to learn a bit more about the book before you throw down some of the hard-earned cash that you’d set  Continue Reading »

December 3, 2013
3:33 am

GUN FAG MANIFESTO

Gun Fag Manifesto goes to press next week. It’s an insanely entertaining book. Above is a sneak peek of the cover design by Kevin Slaughter of Underworld Amusements (the co-publisher). Nine-Banded Books will be begin taking advance orders in the next few days. Next up in the 9BB publishing queue: Down Where the Devil Don’t  Continue Reading »

December 3, 2013
3:31 am

Jonathan Bowden’s SADE

Sade was one of several short works of self-styled polemical scholarship that Jonathan Bowden produced in the early 90s. I don’t think many people have read it. It’s hard to say just where it fits in the broader scheme of Sade studies, if it has a place at all. I like to believe it has  Continue Reading »

September 28, 2013
6:06 pm

Matt Forney Reviews Ann Sterzinger’s NVSQVAM (nowhere)

“This is an absolutely must-read novel,” writes Matt Forney in his absolutely must-read review of Ann Sterzinger’s novel, NVSQVAM (nowhere). You can order NVSQVAM through Nine-Banded Books here or through Amazon here.  

August 24, 2013
5:15 pm

Nine-Banded Books Interview

I recently agreed to an interview with Greg Johnson of Counter-Currents. It went long and appears in three distinct parts on the C-C website, but I have posted the entire ~11,000 words on The Hoover Hog  here.

August 24, 2013
5:02 pm

New review of Tito Perdue’s MORNING CRAFTS

Another smart review by Greg Johnson of Counter-Currents.

August 24, 2013
4:57 pm

New review of Tito Perdue’s THE NODE

A good one written by Greg Johnson for Counter-Currents. Here’s a blurbable bite: Satire is easy – just pick a few trends and extrapolate to absurdity. Any idiot can do that, and quite a few have. Which, of course, means that good satire is very hard to do and hard to find. The Node, however,  Continue Reading »

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Desistance

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Keeping Ourselves in the Dark

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Every Cradle is a Grave

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