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Strange attractor

£40.00

Product description

More sophisticated high strangeness from the borderlands of culture, as 'Strange Attractor' continues to explore the outer edges of anthropology, psychology, history, literature, art, spirit and science.

Contents
Contra Genesis -- Catherine EisnerUnusual cases of extra-genital conception, extra-uterine gestation, and other anomalous exits

Burmese Daze -- Erik DavisIn which the author submits to the pleasures of a transgender spirit possession festival

Adventures in the Fourth Dimension -- Mike JayA Victorian time machine and history's first theme park ride

Ego in Exotica Sum -- Ken HollingsIn memoriam Martin Denny, crown prince of the exotica sound

A Psychoactive Bestiary -- Richard RudgleyThe joy of zootoxins, from the ant to the giraffe

Liberté, Légalité, Éternité -- David LukeSome notes on psychonautic misadventures in time

Kandinsky's Thought Forms -- Gary LachmanThe occult roots of modern art

Magic Words -- Steve MooreVirgil the Necromancer in mediæval legend

Abu'l-Qasim al-Iraqi -- Robert Irwin12th century Arab alchemists on the edge of knowledge

The Electrochemical Glass -- Richard BrownA slow-evolving artwork from a living alchemist

The Man Behind the Screen -- David RothenbergHans Christian Andersen's greatest and least-known work

The Mole of Edge Hill -- John ReppionJoseph Williamson, Liverpool's tunnelling philanthropist

La Maison de Poupées -- Robert AnsellA photographic study of a magnificent compulsion

The Dirty Thirties -- Alexis LykiardFrom Arthur Koestler's Encyclopædia of Sexual Knowledge

Paint it Black -- Stewart HomeAutohagiography of an artist

Redonda and Her Kings -- Roger DobsonThe island life of early science fiction author MP Shiel

Magic in Paris -- Phil BakerDemons of the opium den in Thirties Paris

The Dark Man's Dreams -- Doug SkinnerAn introduction to Xavier Forneret, Surrealism's lost poet

Ghosts: A short Story by Lady Vervaine

Plus original artworks by Alison Gill, Josephine Harvatt, Betsy Heistand, Katie Owens, Arik Roper.

Item details

Condition:
As new
ISBN-10:
0954805437
ISBN-13:
9780954805432
Publisher:
Strange Attractor

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About this item

More sophisticated high strangeness from the borderlands of culture, as 'Strange Attractor' continues to explore the outer edges of anthropology, psychology, history, literature, art, spirit and science.

Contents
Contra Genesis -- Catherine EisnerUnusual cases of extra-genital conception, extra-uterine gestation, and other anomalous exits

Burmese Daze -- Erik DavisIn which the author submits to the pleasures of a transgender spirit possession festival

Adventures in the Fourth Dimension -- Mike JayA Victorian time machine and history's first theme park ride

Ego in Exotica Sum -- Ken HollingsIn memoriam Martin Denny, crown prince of the exotica sound

A Psychoactive Bestiary -- Richard RudgleyThe joy of zootoxins, from the ant to the giraffe

Liberté, Légalité, Éternité -- David LukeSome notes on psychonautic misadventures in time

Kandinsky's Thought Forms -- Gary LachmanThe occult roots of modern art

Magic Words -- Steve MooreVirgil the Necromancer in mediæval legend

Abu'l-Qasim al-Iraqi -- Robert Irwin12th century Arab alchemists on the edge of knowledge

The Electrochemical Glass -- Richard BrownA slow-evolving artwork from a living alchemist

The Man Behind the Screen -- David RothenbergHans Christian Andersen's greatest and least-known work

The Mole of Edge Hill -- John ReppionJoseph Williamson, Liverpool's tunnelling philanthropist

La Maison de Poupées -- Robert AnsellA photographic study of a magnificent compulsion

The Dirty Thirties -- Alexis LykiardFrom Arthur Koestler's Encyclopædia of Sexual Knowledge

Paint it Black -- Stewart HomeAutohagiography of an artist

Redonda and Her Kings -- Roger DobsonThe island life of early science fiction author MP Shiel

Magic in Paris -- Phil BakerDemons of the opium den in Thirties Paris

The Dark Man's Dreams -- Doug SkinnerAn introduction to Xavier Forneret, Surrealism's lost poet

Ghosts: A short Story by Lady Vervaine

Plus original artworks by Alison Gill, Josephine Harvatt, Betsy Heistand, Katie Owens, Arik Roper.

Condition:
As new
ISBN-10:
0954805437
ISBN-13:
9780954805432
Publisher:
Strange Attractor

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