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  • 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 […]

  • J.G Ballard – Cocaine Nights
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    From the iconic author of Crash and Empire of the Sun, Cocaine Nights features a man who finds himself drawn into a network of drugs, pornography, and murder in a […]

  • Robert Gluck – Margery Kempe
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    What our staff has to say: “A masterpiece of autofiction. Century spanning religious lust & obsession.” – Cleo Lust, religious zeal, and heartache come together in this [...]

  • Ugly Things: #58
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    “Our cover boasts an extensive feature on the legendary sixties West Coast psychedelic group Clear Light. Other compelling coverage this time includes Canadian garage punks the Plague, [...]

  • The Wire: #454 December 2021
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    “Laraaji: New York’s mystic sage of healing vibrations talks the power of sound and new album Circle Of Celebration with collaborators Arji OceAnanda, Greg Fox and Shahzad Ismaily. [...]

  • Sound American No. 26: The OCCAM Ocean Issue
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    “SA26: the OCCAM Ocean Issue, focuses on the radical musical eco-system of French composer Éliane Radigue’s OCCAM Ocean project. In a first for the publication, this issue is built [...]

  • Discreet Music Mag #2
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    Second issue of Discreet Music Mag, featuring interviews with Greymouth and Jon Collin and a long piece on IDDB 001-044. Full colour, written in English. Discreet Music, 2021

  • Sophie Bramley – Yo! The Early Days of Hip Hop 1982-84
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    Sophie Bramly lived in New York in the early 1980s and became firmly embedded in the emergent scene. The book features many stunning, intimate images of a star-studded roll call […]

  • ON&BY Christian Marclay
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    The artist Christian Marclay’s ideas and practice, in his own words and those of the foremost writers engaged with his work.Influencing a generation of artists, musicians and theorists, [...]

  • Deux Soeurs
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    A reader to artist Beatrice Gibson’s films that explores representations of parenthood, friendship, and disobedience. Deux Soeurs brings together a chorus of voices–from Audre Lorde [...]

  • Adam Zmith – Deep Sniff
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    Adam Zmith reveals the long history of the quick rush from sniffing poppers. 3, 2, 1… inhale, deep. From the Victorian infirmary and the sex clubs of the 1970s, poppers […]

  • Alberto Moravia – Contempt
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    Contempt is a brilliant and unsettling work by one of the revolutionary masters of modern European literature. All the qualities for which Alberto Moravia is justly famous—his cool clarity of [...]

  • Dorothy B. Hughes – In a Lonely Place
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    A classic California noir with a feminist twist, this prescient 1947 novel exposed misogyny in post-World War II American society, making it far ahead of its time. Fighter pilot Dix […]

  • Jean-Patrick Manchette – The Mad and the Bad
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    Manchette takes the crime novel to another level. Blood, sex, money, betrayal, hatred, and selfishness are all present in such a manner and volume that the average crime writer would […]

  • Kristen Gallerneaux – High Static, Dead Lines
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    A literary mix tape that explores the entwined boundaries between sound, material culture, landscape and esoteric belief.Trees rigged up to the wireless radio heavens. A fax machine used to [...]

  • Daniel Spicer – Anadolu Psych
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    Anadolu Psych tells the story of a musical movement that was brought to a sudden end by a repressive right-wing coup in 1980, largely forgotten and only recently being rediscovered […]

  • Dennis Cooper – I Wished
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    Dennis Cooper, master of transgressive fiction, returns with his most personal and haunting book yet. For most of his life, Dennis Cooper believed the person he had loved the most […]

  • Ryann Donnelly – Justify My Love
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    An analysis of sex and gender in music videos, covering everyone from Beyonce to Madonna, Nine Inch Nails to Mykki Blanco. In Justify My Love, Ryann Donnelly explores sex and […]

  • Evan Calder Williams – Shard Cinema
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    With a range that takes in games, architecture, technology, and war, a cultural historian examines the history of film crosses from the early twentieth century to the present. Shard Cinema […]

  • Andy Sharp – The English Heretic Collection
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    Andy Sharp delivers a visionary field report based on fifteen years of deep-vein creative research expeditions to England’s strangest landscapes with a host of tragic players. The English [...]

  • Joe Muggs & Brian David Stevens – Bass, Mids, Tops
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    An oral history of the UK’s soundsystem culture, featuring interviews with Dubmaster Dennis Bovell, Skream, Youth, Norman Jay MBE, Adrian Sherwood, Mala, and others. In the years following [...]

  • Mark Fisher – The Weird and the Eerie
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    A new work by renowned writer and cultural critic, Mark Fisher, that unearths the weird, the eerie and the horrific in 20th century culture through a wide range of literature, […]

  • The Little Black Book of Grisélidis Réal
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    Reflections of a “revolutionary whore” and champion of sexual freedom and prostitutes’ rights.They have to come back to us, because we know every detail of their orgasms, their little [...]

  • Boyd McDonald – Cruising the Movies
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    A writer casts an acerbic, queer eye on the greats and the not-so-greats of Hollywood’s Golden Age. Ronnie Reagan’s bizarre legs are sufficient reason to watch John Loves Mary (1949), [...]

  • Eileen Myles – Not Me
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    This brilliant, incisive volume captures the high points of Myles’ work in New York City during the 1980s.Listen, I have been educated. I have learned about Western Civilization. Do you [...]

  • Kim Gordon – Is It My Body?
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    Throughout the 1980s and early ’90s, Kim Gordon—widely known as a founding member of the influential band Sonic Youth—produced a series of writings on art and music. Ranging from [...]

  • Marcus O’Dair – Different Every Time
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    Robert Wyatt started out as the drummer and singer for Soft Machine, who shared a residency at Middle Earth with Pink Floyd and toured America with the Jimi Hendrix Experience. […]

  • Kit Mackintosh – Neon Screams
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    Examining new genres from the UK and across the Atlantic, including mumble rap, Brooklyn drill, UK drill, trap dancehall and Afrobeats, Neon Screams explores the dystopias and dissociative [...]

  • Lautreamont – Maldoror and Poems
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    One of the earliest and most astonishing examples of surrealist writing Insolent and defiant, the Chants de Maldoror, by the self-styled Comte de Lautréamont (1846-70), depicts a sinister and [...]

  • Anna Kavan – Ice
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    A masterpiece of literary science fiction portraying a dazzling and haunting vision of the end of the world, now in a new 50th anniversary edition with a foreword by Jonathan […]

  • David Wojnarowicz – Weight of the Earth
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    What our staff has to say: “Transcriptions of the audio-journals of one of the most important artists/writers of the 80’s Downtown New York scene. Equally bleak, charming & [...]

  • Gary Indiana – Vile Days
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    Gary Indiana’s collected columns of art criticism from the Village Voice, documenting, from the front lines, the 1980s New York art scene.In 1985, the Village Voice offered me a job […]

  • Pier Paolo Pasolini – Stories from the City of God
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    Now in paperback, a collection of the legendary filmmaker’s short fiction and nonfiction from 1950 to 1966, in which we see the machinations of the creative mind in post-World War […]

  • Thomas Moynihan – Spinal Catastrophism
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    The historical continuity of spinal catastrophism, traced across multiform encounters between philosophy, psychology, biology, and geology.Drawing on cryptic intimations in the work of J. G. [...]