Semiotext(e), 5(2): SF (1989) [EN, IT]

13 May 2022, dusan

“An outsider sci-fi anthology. Varied and largely critically-acclaimed material by the obscure, the overexposed and the justly renowned.”

Edited by Rudy Rucker, Peter Lamborn Wilson, and Robert Anton Wilson
Publisher Autonomedia, New York, 1989
ISBN 0936756438, 9780936756431
384 pages

Reviews: P. Leggiere (Beyond Cyberpunk, c.1991), Todd Mason (2013).


Semiotext(e), 5(2): SF (English, 12 MB)
Strani attrattori: antologia di fantascienza radicale (Italian, trans. Fabio Gadducci and Mirko Tavosanis, 1996, EPUB)

Semiotext(e), 3(1): Nietzsche’s Return (1978)

8 December 2013, dusan

With contributions by Georges Bataille, John Cage, Daniel Charles, Gilles Deleuze, Jacques Derrida, Michel Foucault, François Fourquet, Lee Hildreth, Denis Hollier, Kenneth King, Pierre Klossowski, James Leigh, Sylvère Lotringer, Jean-François Lyotard, Roger McKeon, Daniel Moshenberg and John Rajchman.

Edited by Sylvère Lotringer
Publisher Semiotext(e), New York, 1978
ISSN 00939579
157 pages
via esco_bar


See also Semiotext(e), 3(2): Schizo-Culture (1978)

Semiotext(e) 3(3): Autonomia: Post-Political Politics (1980)

26 July 2012, dusan

“Semiotext(e)’s legendary magazine issue Italy: Autonomia: Post-Political Politics. Edited by Sylvère Lotringer and Christian Marazzi with the direct participation of the main leaders and theorists of the Autonomist movement (including Antonio Negri, Mario Tronti, Franco Piperno, Oreste Scalzone, Paolo Virno, Sergio Bologna, and Franco Berardi), this volume is the only first-hand document and contemporaneous analysis that exists of the most innovative post-’68 radical movement in the West. The movement itself was broken when Autonomia members were falsely accused of (and prosecuted for) being the intellectual masterminds of the Red Brigades; but even after the end of Autonomia, this magazine remains a crucial testimony of the way this creative, futuristic, neo-anarchistic, postideological, and nonrepresentative political movement of young workers and intellectuals anticipated issues that are now confronting us in the wake of Empire.”

Edited by Sylvère Lotringer and Christian Marazzi
Publisher Semiotext(e), New York
Intervention series, 1 / Foreign Agents series
ISSN 1584350539, 9781584350538
xvi+300 pages
via Stevphen Shukaitis


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