Void 02 January 2018

Newe Irrational Perspectives

ISBN13/Barcode: 9780995645059
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A Void is the magazine where literature and radical politics coexist.


Issue 2 features the exclusive story of the Russian artist who recently petrol bombed Tate Modern, Alexander Art; radical life advice with Stewart Home; why Charles Manson really terrified America; author Simon Crump’s protest tactics; a manifesto by the Anon Collective (N.Y.); and a collaborative poetry swing club.


Presented in high-impact black and white.


 

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A Void mgazine / journal issue 2 

TATE MODERN BOMBER Alexander Art 

ASK A SHAMAMIC COMMUNIST Stewart Home 
WELCOME TO FUTURE ECOCIDE! David and Stuart Wise 
WHY CHARLES MAMSOM REALLY TERRIFIED AMERICA L. Parker
WILHELM REICH  Dan Lowe 

SIMON CRUMP'S STAG PARTY Lester Langway 
CASINO GULAG Max Keiser 
THE DRUM SANDER George Russell 
THE SICK AMO THE DAMMED: A MANIFESTO Anon. Collective

COLLABORATIVE POETRY SWING CLUB: AMTHOMY WEIMER SEXTIMA  Florence Lanaers / L. Parker 

I HURT ALL OVER / I AM SORE TROUBLED Doug Van Gundy I Kevin Chesser 
EKSTASIS  Carl Gercar / Stephanie Dotto 
MAYOMMAISE  Jessica Parker/ Rosie Woodhouse 
MIDDLEMAN  Dominic Jaeckle / The Literary Establishment 
UNTITLED WORD SPLURGE S.J. Christmass 
THE GETAWAY CAR  Edmund Davie / L. Parker 
AMERICA'S SMELLIEST LIVING JOURNALIST AMO OTHER POEMS Edmund Davie / L. Parker

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Binding Magazine
Pages 80
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Date Published 1 Feb 2018
Frequency No
ISBN13/Barcode 9780995645059
ISBN10 N/A
Publisher Morbid Books

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