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  • Ryu Murakami – In The Miso Soup
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    From postmodern Renaissance man Ryu Murakami, master of the psychothriller and director of Tokyo Decadence, comes this hair-raising roller-coaster ride through the nefarious neon-lit world of [...]

  • Katherine Dunn – Geek Love
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    What our staff has to say: “Classic dysfunctional family novel. Heartbreaking, bizarre & darkly funny. Arturo is one of the best written characters in fiction.” – Cleo Here [...]

  • Ted Berrigan – The Sonnets
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    Originally published in 1964, The Sonnets by Ted Berrigan is considered by many to be his most important and influential book. This new annotated edition, with an introduction by Alice […]

  • Ian McEwan – The Cement Garden
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    In this tour de force of psychological unease–now a major motion picture starring Charlotte Gainsbourg and Sinead Cusack–McEwan excavates the ruins of childhood and uncovers things [...]

  • Cormac McCarthy – Blood Meridian
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    The acknowledged masterpiece of the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of The Road, newly repackaged for its twenty-fifth anniversary. Widely considered one the finest novels by a living writer, this [...]

  • Sylvia Plath – The Colossus
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    What our staff has to say: “Sylvia Plath is amazing. This is a must have by her.” – Jack With this startling, exhilarating book of poems, which was first published […]

  • David Wojnarowicz – Close To The Knives
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    In Close to the Knives, David Wojnarowicz gives us an important and timely document: a collection of creative essays — a scathing, sexy, sublimely humorous and honest personal testimony to [...]

  • François J. Bonnet – The Order Of Sounds
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    This study of the subtlety, complexity, and variety of modes of hearing maps out a “sonorous archipelago”—a heterogeneous set of shifting sonic territories shaped by the vicissitudes of desire [...]

  • Phillip K Dick – Vintage PKD
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    A master of science fiction, a voice of the changing counterculture, and a genuine visionary, Philip K. Dick now joins the elite ranks of authors included in the Vintage Readers […]

  • Arthur Machen – The White People
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    Classic tales of the fantastic, creepy and weird, with a foreword from the award-winning director of The Shape of Water Guillermo Del Toro Machen’s weird tales of the creepy and […]

  • Andy Roberts – Divine Rascal
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    A biography of a key figure in psychedelic history: the man who turned Timothy Leary on to LSD.Of all the figures associated with the history of LSD there is none […]

  • Tai Shani – Our Fatal Magic
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    Feminist science fiction that anticipates a post-patriarchal future.Our Fatal Magic is a collection of feminist science fiction by contemporary artist Tai Shani. Foregrounding explorations of [...]

  • The Rita – Anatomical Charisma
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    AS #16 Sam McKinlay ‘THE RITA – Anatomical Charisma’ Introductory notes by Gabrielle Losoncy Stapled color art booklet, 48pp. High quality art plates, exclusively designed and executed for THE [...]

  • Amri Baraka – Black Music
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    The long-awaited reissue of the sequel to Amiri Baraka’s seminal work, Blues People. Baraka writes with the passion and lyricism that can only come from a jazz critic who is […]

  • Flann O’Brien – The Third Policeman
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    The Third Policeman is Flann O’Brien’s brilliantly dark comic novel about the nature of time, death, and existence. Told by a narrator who has committed a botched robbery and brutal [...]

  • Leonor Fini – Rogomelec
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    The first translation of Leonor Fini’s voluptuous and antipatriarchal gothic novel Originally published in French in 1979, Rogomelec was the third of Leonor Fini’s novels. All the [...]

  • Ian F Svenonius – The Psychic Soviet
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    A new, expanded collection of essays and articles from one of the mainstays of the Washington, DC, underground rock and roll scene, The Psychic Soviet is Ian F. Svenonius’s groundbreaking [...]

  • Salvador Dali – Oui: The Paranoid-Critical Revolution: Writings 1927-1933
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    Dalí’s meditations on art and the paranoid-critical method, plus poems and more Salvador Dalí’s writings from the period in which he was most closely allied with the Surrealists have [...]

  • Blank Forms 06: Organic Music Societies
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    Archival documents and new writings on the intermedia collaborations of avant-garde jazz trumpeter Don Cherry and textile artist Moki Cherry Don Cherry and Moki Karlsson met in Sweden in the […]

  • Leopold Von Sacher-Masoch – Masochism
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    In his stunning essay Coldness and Cruelty Gilles Deleuze provides a rigorous and informed philosophical examination of the work of late nineteenth-century German novelist Leopold von [...]

  • Marcel Schwob – The King In The Golden Mask
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    Twenty one of Marcel Schwob’s cruelest tales, translated to English for the first time First published in French in 1892 and never before translated fully into English, The King in […]

  • John Cage – Diary: How To Improve The World (You Will Only Make Matters Worse)
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    Now available in an expanded paperback edition, Diary registers Cage’s assessment of the times in which he lived as well as his often uncanny portents about the world we live […]

  • Morton Feldman – Give My Regards To Eighth Street
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    Morton Feldman wrote as he composed music, carefully placing one element after another, producing some of the avant-garde’s most lucid considerations of what it means to make music Morton [...]

  • Flora-Yin Wong – Liturgy
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    What our staff has to say: “A stunning book that delves deep into how we process and understand traditions, holiness & superstition. Unlike anything i’ve ever read.” – Cleo [...]

  • N.H Pritchard – Echoes
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    An exacting facsimile of Umbra protagonist Norman H. Pritchard’s long-rare 1971 collection of visually kinetic poetry American poet Norman H. Pritchard’s second and final book, [...]

  • Françoise Hardy – The Despair of Monkeys and Other Trifles: A Memoir
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    Françoise Hardy is best known in Europe for originating the famed “Yé-Yé” sound in pop music which began a cultural scene in the early 1960s. Her teenage success grew as […]

  • John Rechy – City Of Night
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    “[Rechy’s] tone rings absolutely true, is absolutely his own. . . . He tells the truth, and tells it with such passion that we are forced to share in the […]

  • Renee Gladman – Calamities
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    A collection of linked essays concerned with the life and mind of the writer by one of the most original voices in contemporary literature. Each essay takes a day as […]

  • Beyond the Dream Syndicate: Tony Conrad and the Arts After Cage
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    Tony Conrad is exemplary of the 1960s artist who remains inassimilable to canonic histories. Creator of the “structural” film, The Flicker, collaborator on Jack Smith’s Flaming [...]

  • Cosey Fanni Tutti – Art Sex Music
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    Musician and artist Cosey Fanni Tutti has continually challenged boundaries and conventions for four decades. As a founding member of the hugely influential avant-garde band Throbbing Gristle, as [...]

  • Alex Binnie – Scum
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    Alex Binnie’s ‘Scum’ is a cri de coeur against the hostile indifference of the universe and the absolute tyranny of body and mind. Originally written to be read aloud at […]

  • New Juche – The Devils
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    Adieu all you Judges. New Juche returns with his book of ‘The Devils.’ An unsparing look into the dark rotten heart of Midlothian. Part true-crime narrative, part explicit memoir, ‘The […]

  • Audrey Szasz – Invisibility: A Manifesto
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    ’Shut your mouth,’ Mother tells me. I shut my mouth. ‘Wipe that idiotic grin off your face,’ she says. I wipe the idiotic grin off my face. And as I […]

  • Steve Finbow – The Mindshaft
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    What our staff has to say: “A daring collage of a place & time that doesn’t exist anymore. You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real)” – Cleo Perfect bound. 254 pp. […]

  • Simon Morris – Consumer Guide
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    Originally published in an edition of just 100 copies, Amphetamine Sulphate is proud to bring back to print Consumer Guide, the long-lost first book by Simon Morris. Merging memoir, scabrous […]

  • Isabelle Nicou – Genesis 0
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    108pp Perfect bound As soon as my eyes close, I’m besieged by waves of blood. A piece of flesh floats in with the tide. No panic, only silence and then […]

  • Thomas Moore – Forever
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    SADNESS ALWAYS FINDS PEOPLE “I’m writing this instead of killing myself” states the narrator of Forever, Thomas Moore’s most compelling novel yet. A young man travels [...]

  • John Blackburn – Broken Boy
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    When a dead prostitute is found floating in the river, the local police assume it’s just another routine murder. But when it turns out the woman may have been a […]

  • Edward Montague – Demon Of Sicily
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    The Devil stalks the monastery of Santa Catherina in the form of the mysterious Demon of Sicily, seeking new souls to plunge into everlasting torment. He sets his sights on […]

  • Michael McDowell – Elementals
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    After a bizarre and disturbing incident at the funeral of matriarch Marian Savage, the McCray and Savage families look forward to a restful and relaxing summer at Beldame, on Alabama’s […]

  • Ernest G Henham – Tenebrae
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    The narrator of Tenebrae inhabits a decaying, desolate mansion in the remote and wild countryside with his younger brother and their mad old uncle, driven insane by abuse of opium and alcohol. [...]

  • Michael McDowell – Toplin
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    What our staff has to say: “Absolutely insane black comedy existential horror. Like Eraserhead but simultaneously bleaker & funnier.” – Cleo DEATH IN THE FAMILY BUT COME [...]

  • James Ramsey Ullman – The Day On Fire
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    By the age of fifteen, Arthur Rimbaud was already one of the most brilliant poets of his time. And for the next four years – and four only – Rimbaud […]

  • Frank Baker – The Birds
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    Thousands, even millions, of birds are descending on London – gathering, sitting, watching. At first their arrival is met with curiosity and amusement, as people debate where the birds have […]

  • Philip Ridley – In The Eyes Of Mr Fury
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    On the day Concord Webster turned eighteen, the Devil died. The Devil’s real name was Judge Martin, but Concord’s mother called him the Devil. She said he boiled babies for […]

  • Philip Ridley – Flamingoes In Orbit
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    Philip Ridley’s collection of short stories – like his two adult novels, Crocodilia and In the Eyes of Mr Fury – became an instant cult classic when first published in 1990. Magical, poetic, [...]

  • James Purdy – In A Shallow Grave
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    What our staff has to say: “James Purdy is one of the most underrated american writers of the last 100 years. His writing is grotesque, funny and heartbreaking, often in […]

  • Philip Ridley – Crocodila
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    Set in London’s East End in 1982, Philip Ridley’s novel is a masterwork of gay fiction with a glittering, labyrinthine narrative and a firework display of images – a house […]