Archive for the ‘ Uncategorized ’ Category

Reading for 4/23

Next week we’re continuing our reading of Thomas Disch’s Camp Concentration, picking up where we left off at the entry for June 8th (pg. 20 in the pdf below) and stopping at Book Two (pg. 52). Hope to see you there!


Reading for 4/16

Last week we were indecisive in selecting a reading and I agreed to pick something for us after some thought. And so it was that, while browsing @news for ideas, I stumbled upon a post by market fetishist and our occasional interlocutor — Willy Gillis! Reading this pablum got me thinking about the utterly illusory nature of the ‘science’ of economics and the totalizing patterns of thought and behavior that it imposes on our lives, alongside what it means to reject and extirpate these sacred irons.


To that effect, here are two readings against economism (and one hopelessly mired in it) for next week: Gilly’s piece, “Money and Logos” from Il Diavolo in Corpo, and a short piece from Massimo Passamani called “The Price of an Entire World”. If you don’t have the time or inclination to read all of the above, don’t worry about it — just bring some thoughts on what being at daggers with the economic order means to YOU!

Camp Concentration by Thomas Disch pages 1-40 (or up to the journal entry for June 8th)

Read here:

Disch: Camp Concentration

For this upcoming Tuesday April 9th we begin the short journey of reading one of the most underrated and unknown novels written by a self identifying anarchist.  Thomas Disch’s truly beautiful and thought provoking novel deals with consciousness, war, the self, education, and what it means to be a person.  The novel asks questions that we likely don’t have answers to, but the discussion of these questions cuts to the heart of what I imagine an anarchist study group exists for.  /


We will read this book in 4 separate readings every other week starting this upcoming Tuesday.  For This Tuesday we will read from the beginning to Page 40 ending on the journal entry for June 8th.  There might be different copies and page numbers so read up to the June 8th journal entry.   Enjoy! – cosmo

Reading for April 2nd 2019, Get Stoked Mother Fuckers!

We are doing two selections of Sam Delany

There first is the Cage of Brass which is presented here as a very short audio play:

The second is a short story called Time Considered as a Helix of Semi-Precious Stones and is here:

Now go read and come Tuesday with some hot takes

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.

against every for, for every against

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.

Here is his face:

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.


porn Brazzers Porno

Rao vat mien phi


Thay mặt kính Lumia 520


Thay mặt kính Lumia 625


Thay mặt kính Samsung A5


Thay mặt kính Samsung A7


Thay mặt kính Samsung E5


Thay mặt kính Samsung E7


Thay mặt kính iphone 6


Thay mat kinh iPhone 6


giá thay màn hình iphone 6

HD PORNO - Yerli Porno