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October 21, 2019

Baby Killer

5 x 8 | 364 pages No Future. After losing his parents in a tragic accident, a young man discovers that he is heir to a substantial fortune, and alone in the universe. Ensconced in the memory-haunted environs of his suburban youth, he shuns the outside world to dwell in guarded solitude, seeking comfort in

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June 26, 2017

Sexual Utopia in Power

6×9 | 192 pages   9BB Comments: Students of contemporary crimethink will be familiar with the loose-knit band of sociopolitical pariahs known as Men’s Rights Advocates (or MRAs in Internetese). Over the past couple of decades MRAs have produced a number of dissident texts (mostly online) that radically challenge prevailing assumptions concerning male privilege, rape

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February 13, 2017

Mountainhead

Paperback | 5 x 8 | 182 pp. From the book: The reader may be disgusted by my behaviour and its rubric, and feel that I am defiling the mountain like a piece of grit in your eye. But I belong now in this place, I’m attached to it. The mountain dictates my behaviour as the soil

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August 17, 2016

The Philosophical Writings of Edgar Saltus

“Considered individually, The Philosophy of Disenchantment and Anatomy of Negation would stand as valuable contributions to the literature of philosophical pessimism and supernatural skepticism respectively. Taken together, the effect is alchemic – and volatile.” —Chip Smith, from the foreword. “I wrote The Philosophy of Disenchantment, which is, I think, the gloomiest and worst book ever published. Out of sheer laziness,

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August 15, 2016

The Node

Welcome to the future. The 21st century has come of age and it seems that everything that could have gone wrong has gone wrong. Propelled beyond the brink by environmental catastrophe, by social degeneration and the foretold collapse of the monetary system, the American landscape has given way to a postmodern picaresque. In such a

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August 10, 2016

Considering Suicide

In his epistolary novel, Considering Suicide, Andy Nowicki gives voice to the forgotten man, the man for whom “the death of affect” is no postmodernist amusement, but something experienced acutely — as a profound loss to be mourned. When the pillars of tradition and faith yield to fracture and every higher purpose is thrown to

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