Reading for 3/28

Next week we’re digging up a piece from Crimethinc circa 2012 on consent and the terror of the unknown. If that description has you making other plans for Tuesday, give it a read first — To Change Everything this ain’t.

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Readings for 3/12 and 3/19

For next week, Lewis Call’s Structures of desire: Postanarchist kink in the speculative fiction of Octavia Butler and Samuel Delany.

If you prefer an audio version of this essay, Mike was kind enough to record it for us. Thanks Mike!

In two, we’re checking out Masters without slaves: Raoul Vaneigem’s détournement of Nietzsche.

Hope to see you there!

Reading for 3/5

First, A Touchstone for the Libertarian Project.

Second, this bookfair ad.

Reading for 2/26

First of all. All hail Mike, the scanner of physical texts. Happy to scan some shit that isn’t online if you give it to me.

This week’s reading is out of Robert Musil’s Precision and Soul: On Stupidity.

EDIT: Before 3:11pm on Monday pages 278+279 were missing. They are no longer missing.

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Reading for 2/19

Next time it’s “The Tale of Small Sarg” from Delany’s Tales of Nevèrÿon.

To connect this a bit more with our conversation on modes of reading and language deployment from this week, here are two nonfiction works from Delany in which he discusses similar themes. Some may find them rewarding.

The Jewel-Hinged Jaw: Notes on the Language of Science Fiction and About Writing.

Update: Links have been fixed (I hope)!

Reading for 2/12

This week, we’ll let a Dead French Guy school us on how to read a thing.

Recently, a fair amount of comments about being “good reader” have come up. What does that mean? Who is a “good reader”? How does one become such? Is it even possible or desireable?

The readings are
-On Reading, pg. 33
-The Death of the Author, pg. 49
-From Work to Text, pg. 56

P.S. If you want to get a gold star, you can read “Sarrasine” as it provides context for Death of the Author, but it is not at all necessary to discuss the themes of the piece. In fact, Barthes himself would tell you not to.

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Reading for 2/5

Well friends, our journey into ownness has nearly reached its end. Next week, the conclusion of The Unique and Its Property: section 2.2.3 (“My Self-Enjoyment”) through the end.

If you haven’t been following the podcast series that has taken shape out of these readings, you are admonished to visit Free Radical Radio and give a listen. Coming soon, a pair of interviews with a few unmenschen who have inspired us through the ways they’ve made Stirner their own…

“For me, there is nothing greater than me!”

Reading for 1/29

Time for some Sade! Pgs. 578-599 of Juliette, beginning with “Leaving the volcanic plain of Pietra Mala…”

Let the howls commence!

And also, the two Infernal Desire Machines audio recordings found HERE

Reading for 1/22

Last 50 pgs of Section 2.2 – “My Intercourse” from The Unique and Its Property. The end is in sight.

1/15

This week we’ll bask in the soothing glow of the projector while watching Sorry To Bother You. Bring snacks, booze, or just yourself!

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