Auteur: Kick, Russ
Sub titel: A guide to publications on the periphery
`Psychotropedia' is the follow-up to Russ Kick's acclaimed book Outposts. A massive survey of publications that exist outside the mainstream, it provides detailed reviews and ordering information for over 1100 books, zines, catalogues and other media. Learn about the skills no on wants you to have: beating lie detectors, hacking cellular phones, growing magic mushrooms, and giving yourself oral sex. Get the inside stories on the Oklahoma City Bombing, SM, sex work, cockfights, the Men in Black, breast implants, body modification, marijuana, Mother Teresa, Heaven's Gate, off-shore money havens, suicide, free energy, juror nullification, bestiality, enemas, secrets of famous magicians, and suppressed treatments for cancer and AIDS. Discover the work of taboo-shattering artists and writers, including Andres Serrano, Richard Kern, Annie Sprinkle, David Hamilton, Joel-Peter Witkin, Negativland, Diamanda Galas, Hakim Bey, Mike Diana, David Britton, and Elissa Wald. Unearth the scary facts about vaccines and fluoride, and what it's like to be a real-life vampire.
1998, 574 pag., Euro 28,3
Critical Vision, Manchester, ISBN 1900486032
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