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Artist as Astronaut
by Daniel Wojcik
Dreams and How to Guide Them
by Marquis d'Hervey de Saint-Denys
Introduction by Phil Baker
Austin Osman Spare, revised edition
by Phil Baker
Foreword by Alan Moore
Edited by Phil Hine and Rodney Orpheus
Music from Elsewhere
by Doug Skinner
Strange Attractor Journal Five
Edited by Mark Pilkington and Jamie Sutcliffe
Everything Keeps Dissolving
Edited by Nick Soulsby
by Gruppo di Nun
Foreword by Amy Ireland
The Neurocognitive Theory of Dreaming
by G. William Domhoff
City of the Beast
Foreword by Timothy D'Arch Smith