A book in two parts, with, firstly, reminiscences, rants, and anarchist (in)activism in New York from circa 1984 onwards—old stalwarts and comrades of Emma Goldman, Libertarian Book Club and Anarchist Forums, the Autonomedia Collective, John Henry Mackay Society, religion, entheogens, Luddism, hoodoo, paleolithic reactionaries and future primitivism...Deep gossip, demonic power, tiny anarchies, the end of the world and theories of everything.


Converted to anarchism by "Krazy Kat" comics at age 13, Peter Lamborn Wilson has devoted his political energies (such as they be) to its noble ideals—and, as Nietzsche says, there are some causes one does not desert if only because it would give one's enemies too much satisfaction. Hope against hope... Thirty years of Armed Nostalgia, Escapism, Ontological Anarchy and the Temporary Autonomous Zone.


Also essays on Symbolism, alchemy and anarchism in the arts, with commentaries on William Morris, Walter Crane, Odilon Redon, Max Klinger, Stéphane Mallarmé, Paul Signac, Félix Fénéon, Rube Goldberg, Paul Gauguin, František Kupka, Marcel Duchamp, Joseph Beuys, George Herriman, and many others.

Heresies: Anarchist Memoirs, Anarchist Art by Peter Lamborn Wilson (used)

  • Autonomedia 2016

    Used paperback in very good condition

    164 pages