(1972) Leonard Neufeld – Theory

Theory, Leonard Neufeld, poetry book produced and distributed by the author, March 1972; staple binding, print of 100 signed by Neufeld.
Cover: black and white photograph representing Leonard Neufeld and Kathy Acker. ©Laurence (Larry) Fink.

(1972) Leonard Neufeld – Theory (pdf)

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(1974) Hannah Weiner – Clairvoyant Journal

Hannah Weiner, “Clairvoyant Journal”, March 1974, pub. in Personal Injury Magazine (ed. Mike Sappol, NYC), n°3, 11/15/1976.

(1974) Hannah Weiner – Clairvoyant Journal (pdf)

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(1973) Lynn Lonidier – A Lesbian Estate

Lynn Lonidier, “A Lesbian Estate”, in Manroot (editors: Paul Mariah & Richard Tagett), n°8, “Womanhood”, February 1973, South San Francisco (California).

(1973) Lynn Lonidier – A Lesbian Estate (pdf)

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(1974) Stan Brakhage – Dr. Caligari

Stan Brakhage, Dr. Caligari, in Tree (ed. David Meltzer), Winter 1974, n°4, NY, p.45-54.

(1974) Stan Brakhage – Dr. Caligari (pdf)

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(1965-1968) Valerie Solanas – Works

Up your ass or From the cradle to the boat or The big suck or Up from the slime by Valerie Solanas, 1965, copy from the Andy Wharol Museum (pdf).

A young girl’s primer on how to attain to the leisure class (non fictional article reprinted from Cavalier magazine, 1966), by Valerie Solanas, 1966, copy from the Andy Wharol Museum (pdf).

S.C.U.M. (Society for Cutting Up Men) Manifesto, Valerie Solanas, Olympia Press, 1968 (pdf).

 

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(1975) Gayle Rubin – The Traffic in Women: Notes on the ‘Political Economy’ of Sex

“The Traffic in Women: Notes on the ‘Political Economy’ of Sex”, in Rayna Reiter, ed., Toward an Anthropology of Women, New York, Monthly Review Press (1975).

(1975) Gayle Rubin – The Traffic in Women: Notes on the “Political Economy” of Sex (pdf)

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(1938) E. D. Beynon – The Voodoo Cult Among Negro Migrants in Detroit

The Voodoo Cult Among Negro Migrants in Detroit, Erdmann Doane Beynon, American Journal of Sociology, vol. 43, No. 6 (May, 1938), p. 894-907.

Seminal socio-anthropological study of  the Nation of Islam‘s foundation by – the said “Prophet”- Wallace D. Fard (or Wallace Fard Muhammad), and its beginnings among the afro-american community of Detroit.

(1938) Erdmann Doane Beynon – The Voodoo Cult Among Negro Migrants in Detroit (Pdf)

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