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by Marie Darrieussecq
Translated by Penny Hueston
by M. J. Maloney
The Disinformation War
by S. J. Groenewegen
The Pepsi Cola Addict
by June-Alison Gibbons
Foreword by David Tibet
The Complete Fear of Kathy Acker
by Jack Skelley
Afterword by Sabrina Tarasoff
by Tim Linward
by Jordan Crandall
Edited by Ed Pavlić and Ivelisse Rodriguez
Do Everything in the Dark
by Gary Indiana
Edited by Marcel Schwierin and Edit Molnár