Reading for 12/10

Thanks to everyone who came out on Saturday and made this year’s BASTARD Conference such a success. Some of the best conversations I’ve seen go down at an event like this, and all the presentations were top-notch (as well as bizarrely attuned to each other). Hoping to do another one in four short months to coincide with the book fair, so we should probably start putting that together come the new decade…

So I actually have an excuse for being negligent in my posting duties this week, but since we’re late and have to go over this weekend’s proceedings tomorrow, let’s just do this exceedingly short David Foster Wallace story to give us something to talk about if we need it. It should only take a few minutes to get through and it comes suggested by one of our friends from out of town, so dig it.

I’ll be gone for a few weeks after tomorrow, so have pleasant conclusions to your Gregorian calendars and remember to “remain impossible as long as the possible is possible.”

Reading for 12/3

Sorry for the very late post this week. Tomorrow we’re discussing Alejandro’s piece “Two Styles of Anti-Statist Subjectivity”, which is short but worthwhile. Don’t forget we start at 7pm now!

And also remember that this Saturday, December 7th is the 2019 BASTARD Conference, to be held from 3-9pm at The Long Haul, 3124 Shattuck Ave in Berkeley. Presenting this year are Wolfi Landstreicher (Apio Ludd), Jason McQuinn, and a bunch of other members and friends of the Study Group. If you have more questions visit or email


Reading for 11/26

Next week, more from The Work of Fire by Blanchot. we’ll discuss “The Sleep of Rimbaud” and “From Lautreamont to Miller”. remember study group is from 7-9pm now, and this week we’re meeting an hour early to paint some banners for BASTARD, so get there at 6pm if you can!

Reading for 11/19

This week we’re doing Maurice Blanchot’s “Literature and the Right to Death”, found on p.312 of THIS TEXT.

Remember that we’re starting an hour early from now on, 7-9pm every Tuesday!

Reading for 10/15

Another chapter from Mutants & Mystics this week; namely the opening chapter – Origins. Check it out and join us tomorrow to discuss!

Reading for 10/8

Late posts are the new on-time posts around these parts! This week, instead of an entire chapter from the book Mutants & Mystics, we’re just doing the second half focusing on the gnosis of (Berkeley’s own) Philip K. Dick, starting on pg. 289. Go ahead and read the first half too if yer feelin frisky!

Reading for 10/1

Late posts every week these days — curse us! The section from this book The Morning of the Magicians that we talked about reading (on Arthur Machen and the Golden Dawn) was missing from the only pdf I could find, along with about 1/3 of the book. So instead here’s a short reading on Charles Fort.

Begins on p.140 under “THE VANISHED CIVILIZATIONS”, let’s just go to the end of that first section. Enjoy and see you soon…

Reading for 9/24

Experiment/potlatch week! Alongside an item of food or drink, bring a piece of writing or art you’re working on, or a question/idea that you’d like to discuss with everyone, and we’ll imbibe while conversing. This open-ended approach to content is just for this week, next time we’ll return to a specific reading, likely continuing our occult/esoteric theme as per request. See you soon!

Reading for 9/17

I am the shameful late weekend poster, here with Tuesday’s reading: English wizard/draughtsman Austin Osman Spare’s unforgettable treatise on sorcery and Dionysian ecstasy The Book of Pleasure. It’s around 30 pgs without the images; hopefully that won’t be too much, as this piece (and all Spare’s writing) is brilliant beyond words. As always, just read what you can.

Reading for 9/10

Next week we’re doing the first of a few upcoming readings on the occult, anti-realism, and methods for injecting doses of chaos into consciousness. We’ll start with the classic Principia Discordia, which can be read in full on THIS WEBSITE. It’s about 75 pages, but they’re filled with illustrations and it’s generally very easy to read in one session. In the Erisian spirit, you might choose to only read certain sections which catch your eye, work backwards, disregard certain parts entirely, or otherwise subvert the linear inertia of verso —> recto; and thereby open onto a different perspective on the text. Wikipedia might be worth a visit if you’re unfamiliar with Discordianism or want to know more. In two weeks we may follow up on this by looking at some chaos magick texts and perhaps even practicing some rituals in the group, but as with all our lives, that’s contingent. Fnord!

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