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How I Became One of the Invisible, new edition
by David Rattray
Edited by Chris Kraus
Introduction by Robert Dewhurst
Afterword by Rachel Kushner
by Lionel P Johnson
Edited by Nina Antonia
Strange Attractor Journal Four
Edited by Mark Pilkington
Strange Attractor Journal Three
Writing on Air
Edited by David Rothenberg and Wandee J. Pryor
Strange Attractor Journal Two
Strange Attractor Journal One
Writing the Future
Hatred of Capitalism
Edited by Chris Kraus and Sylvère Lotringer
How I Became One of the Invisible