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All Tomorrow's Parties
Author: William Gibson
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1101146486
Pages: 352
Year: 2003-02-04
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“The ferociously talented Gibson delivers his signature mélange of technopop splendor and post-industrial squalor” (Time) in this New York Times bestseller that features his hero from Idoru... Colin Laney, sensitive to patterns of information like no one else on earth, currently resides in a cardboard box in Tokyo. His body shakes with fever dreams, but his mind roams free as always, and he knows something is about to happen. Not in Tokyo; he will not see this thing himself. Something is about to happen in San Francisco. The mists make it easy to hide, if hiding is what you want, and even at the best of times reality there seems to shift. A gray man moves elegantly through the mists, leaving bodies in his wake, so that a tide of absences alerts Laney to his presence. A boy named Silencio does not speak, but flies through webs of cyber-information in search of the one object that has seized his imagination. And Rei Toi, the Japanese Idoru, continues her study of all things human. She herself is not human, not quite, but she’s working on it. And in the mists of San Francisco, at this rare moment in history, who is to say what is or is not impossible...
All Tomorrow's Parties
Author: Rob Spillman
Publisher: Open Road + Grove/Atlantic
ISBN: 0802190405
Pages: 400
Year: 2016-04-05
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Rob Spillman—the award-winning, charismatic cofounding editor of the legendary Tin House magazine—has devoted his life to the rebellious pursuit of artistic authenticity. Born in Germany to two driven musicians, his childhood was spent among the West Berlin cognoscenti, in a city two hundred miles behind the Iron Curtain. There, the Berlin Wall stood as a stark reminder of the split between East and West, between suppressed dreams and freedom of expression. After an unsettled youth moving between divorced parents in disparate cities, Spillman would eventually find his way into the literary world of New York City, only to abandon it to return to Berlin just months after the Wall came down. Twenty-five and newly married, Spillman and his wife, the writer Elissa Schappell, moved to the anarchic streets of East Berlin in search of the bohemian lifestyle of their idols. But Spillman soon discovered he was chasing the one thing that had always eluded him: a place, or person, to call home. In his intimate, entertaining, and heartfelt memoir, Spillman narrates a colorful, music-filled coming-of-age portrait of an artist’s life that is also a cultural exploration of a shifting Berlin.
All tomorrow's parties
Author: Billy Name, Dave Hickey, Collier Schorr
Publisher: Distributed Art Pub Inc
ISBN: 1881616843
Pages: 143
Year: 1997
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Billy Name was the principal photographer of Andy Warhol's Factory. Now, "All Tomorrow's Parties" reproduces for the first time Billy Name's recently discovered photos of Warhol, his crowd, and the Factory years, images that give the era another dimensions. These color photos with their experimental use of weird color balances and diptych printing are uncannily contemporary. Together with Dave Hickey's essay and Collier Schorr's interview, Billy Name's photos reveal the Factory in all its intimate grunge and glamour. 135 photos, 122 in color.
Tomorrow's Parties
Author: Peter Coviello
Publisher: NYU Press
ISBN: 0814790305
Pages: 272
Year: 2013-04-19
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Honorable Mention for the 2014 MLA Alan Bray Memorial Award Finalist for the 2013 LAMBDA LGBT Studies Book Award In nineteenth-century America—before the scandalous trial of Oscar Wilde, before the public emergence of categories like homo- and heterosexuality—what were the parameters of sex? Did people characterize their sexuality as a set of bodily practices, a form of identification, or a mode of relation? Was it even something an individual could be said to possess? What could be counted as sexuality? Tomorrow’s Parties: Sex and the Untimely in Nineteenth-Century America provides a rich new conceptual language to describe the movements of sex in the period before it solidified into the sexuality we know, or think we know. Taking up authors whose places in the American history of sexuality range from the canonical to the improbable—from Whitman, Melville, Thoreau, and James to Dickinson, Sarah Orne Jewett, Harriet Jacobs, Frederick Douglass, and Mormon founder Joseph Smith—Peter Coviello delineates the varied forms sex could take in the lead-up to its captivation by the codings of “modern” sexuality. While telling the story of nineteenth-century American sexuality, he considers what might have been lostin the ascension of these new taxonomies of sex: all the extravagant, untimely ways of imagining the domain of sex that, under the modern regime of sexuality, have sunken into muteness or illegibility. Taking queer theorizations of temporality in challenging new directions, Tomorrow’s Parties assembles an archive of broken-off, uncreated futures—futures that would not come to be. Through them, Coviello fundamentally reorients our readings of erotic being and erotic possibility in the literature of nineteenth-century America.
Author: William Gibson
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1101158050
Pages: 400
Year: 2003-01-07
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2lst century Tokyo, after the millennial quake. Neon rain. Light everywhere blowing under any door you might try to close. Where the New Buildings, the largest in the world, erect themselves unaided, their slow rippling movements like the contractions of a sea-creature.Colin Laney is here looking for work. He is not, he is careful to point out, a voyeur. He is an intuitive fisher of patterns of information, the "signature" a particular individual creates simply by going about the business of living. But Laney knows how to sift for the interesting (read: dangerous) bits. Which makes him very useful--to certain people.Chia McKenzie is here on a rescue mission. She's fourteen. Her idol is the singer Rez, of the band Lo/Rez. When the Seattle chapter of the Lo/Rez fan club decided that he might be in trouble, in Tokyo, they sent Chia to check it out.Rei Toei is the beautiful, entirely virtual media star adored by all Japan. The idoru. And Rez has declared that he will marry her. This is the rumor that brought Chia to Tokyo. But the things that bother Rez are not the things that bother most people. Is something different here, in the very nature of reality? Or is it that something violently New is about to happen? It's possible the idoru is as real as she wants or needs to be--or as real as Rez desires. When Colin Laney looks into her dark eyes, trying hard to think of her as no more than a hologram, he sees things he's never seen before. He sees how she might break a man's heart.And, whatever else may be true, the idoru and the powerful interests surrounding her are enough to put all their lives in danger.
All Tomorrow's Parties
Author: B D Love
Publisher: Highpoint Lit
ISBN: 0998984043
Pages: 158
Year: 2018-04-10
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A young guitar player from Michigan is summoned to join a band in the seedy L.A. punk scene of the late 1970s, only to learn that his brilliant childhood friend, the lead singer, has disappeared. Before long, he is pulled into a noir-meets-leather world of sketchy characters on both sides of the law. "Mickey Spillane meets High Fidelity in this musical punk noir...for any fan of Dana Spiotta's Eat the Document." - Dana Bonn, power pop/punk rock DJ, This Is Rock 'n Roll Radio "B.D. Love paints a gritty picture of Los Angeles circa 1979 with its music dominated by the punk and power pop camps and sundry characters. He takes readers on a sweeping journey from the Hong Kong Cafe in Chinatown to Doug Weston's Troubador in Hollywood and to the beach where, sadly, his murdered friend died, a crime he reluctantly pursues amidst the beer, whiskey, groupies, gigs, and cocaine. As he seeks the truth behind the murder, we see "the city of tiny lights" as he calls it, and its music scene, objectively from a visitor looking for answers as much or more as he is looking for a way out... just like every bad punk and most of the good ones." -Mat Gleason, Coagula Curatorial, Los Angeles, and Coagula Art Journal
Brooklyn Spaces
Author: Oriana Leckert
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 1580934285
Pages: 223
Year: 2015
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When industry and manufacture left Brooklyn, a vast number of very large, very empty spaces opened up, scattered throughout one of the densest cities in the world- with artists at the helm, these have become spaces for living, making art, throwing parties, hosting classes and performances, building innovative products, and fostering creative communities, hubs for like-minded people to support and inspire each other. Today, there's an art gallery in a former cannonball factory in Gowanus, an illegal graffiti art show in an abandoned subway station, and a gin distillery in a Sunset Park boiler room dating back to the Industrial Revolution. Oriana Leckert takes us on a tour of these alternative spaces, shows us how they're being reimagined and celebrated, and introduces us to some of their denizens, the creative class driving Brooklyn's renaissance. She presents a vivid slice of life in the borough that has come to be accepted and celebrated as both the incubator and the arbiter of taste. A beautiful offering that will appeal to everyone who's interested in what makes Brooklyn Brooklyn.
All Tomorrow's Parties
Author: Marty Smith
Publisher: BookBaby
ISBN: 1483552128
Pages: 576
Year: 2015-03-31
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A Southern college town and its thriving live-music scene, where songs are neither "sacred" nor "profane" so long as they're good. A lost tape of a beloved local band's legendary performance. A record label, poised to break big, which certain people want to be involved in - by any means necessary. Two visitors - Chuck McDonough and Penny Froward - whose own music has been muted by regrets over long-ago bad decisions. A mysterious will by an unknown hand; and murder.
The Art of Excess
Author: Tom LeClair
Publisher: University of Illinois Press
ISBN: 0252061020
Pages: 245
Year: 1989
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'The Art of Excess' combines intensive literary scholarship and wide-ranging multidisciplinary though to restore the meaning of criticism - evaluation - to the study of recent American fiction.
All tomorrow's parties : the changing face of European party politics
Author: Florian Hartleb, Brüssel Centre for European Studies
ISBN: 2930632208
Pages: 77
Year: 2012
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All Tomorrow's Parties
Author: Mike Heath
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 1532934521
Pages: 92
Year: 2016-04-25
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Claire hasn't left the flat for 3 months after husband, Pierre, unceremoniously left her. Jimmy has an idea that he thinks will bring her back to the life of the living. But Andy (Jimmy's boyfriend) has other ideas about what might cheer her up. A dramatic comedy about artificial insemination, infidelity and living forever. "takes us full circle through grief into light humour back through to heartfelt drama" Rob Gemmel, Lancashire Life "a gripping story bursting with dramatic tension and a good few laughs" Jennifer Dutton, Salford Online.
The Gone-Away World
Author: Nick Harkaway
Publisher: Vintage
ISBN: 0307270378
Pages: 512
Year: 2008-09-02
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A hilarious, action-packed look at the apocalypse that combines a touching tale of friendship, a thrilling war story, and an all out kung-fu infused mission to save the world. Gonzo Lubitch and his best friend have been inseparable since birth. They grew up together, they studied kung-fu together, they rebelled in college together, and they fought in the Go Away War together. Now, with the world in shambles and dark, nightmarish clouds billowing over the wastelands, they have been tapped for an incredibly perilous mission. But they quickly realize that this assignment is more complex than it seems, and before it is over they will have encountered everything from mimes, ninjas, and pirates to one ultra-sinister mastermind, whose only goal is world domination.
Gender, Race, and American Science Fiction
Author: Jason Haslam
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317574249
Pages: 248
Year: 2015-05-08
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This book focuses on the interplay of gender, race, and their representation in American science fiction, from the nineteenth-century through to the twenty-first, and across a number of forms including literature and film. Haslam explores the reasons why SF provides such a rich medium for both the preservation of and challenges to dominant mythologies of gender and race. Defining SF linguistically and culturally, the study argues that this mode is not only able to illuminate the cultural and social histories of gender and race, but so too can it intervene in those histories, and highlight the ruptures present within them. The volume moves between material history and the linguistic nature of SF fantasies, from the specifics of race and gender at different points in American history to larger analyses of the socio-cultural functions of such identity categories. SF has already become central to discussions of humanity in the global capitalist age, and is increasingly the focus of feminist and critical race studies; in combining these earlier approaches, this book goes further, to demonstrate why SF must become central to our discussions of identity writ large, of the possibilities and failings of the human —past, present, and future. Focusing on the interplay of whiteness and its various 'others' in relation to competing gender constructs, chapters analyze works by Nathaniel Hawthorne, Mary E. Bradley Lane, Edgar Rice Burroughs, Philip Francis Nowlan, George S. Schuyler and the Wachowskis, Frank Herbert, William Gibson, and Octavia Butler. Academics and students interested in the study of Science Fiction, American literature and culture, and Whiteness Studies, as well as those engaged in critical gender and race studies, will find this volume invaluable.
Distrust That Particular Flavor
Author: William Gibson
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 042525299X
Pages: 259
Year: 2012
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A collection of nonfiction writings includes essays discussing the Singapore trial of a drug trafficker, what's wrong with the Internet, and how music documents modern culture.
The Velvet Underground Songs
Author: Source Wikipedia
ISBN: 1230488820
Pages: 28
Year: 2013-09
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Commentary (music and lyrics not included). Pages: 26. Chapters: After Hours (song), All Tomorrow's Parties, European Son, Femme Fatale (song), Here She Comes Now, Heroin (song), I'll Be Your Mirror, I'm Sticking with You / After Hours, I'm Waiting for the Man, I Found a Reason, I Heard Her Call My Name, Lady Godiva's Operation, List of songs recorded by The Velvet Underground, New Age (The Velvet Underground song), Pale Blue Eyes, Rock & Roll (The Velvet Underground song), Run Run Run (The Velvet Underground song), Satellite of Love, Sister Ray, Stephanie Says, Sunday Morning (The Velvet Underground song), Sweet Jane, There She Goes Again, The Black Angel's Death Song, The Gift (The Velvet Underground song), Venus in Furs (song), What Goes On (Velvet Underground song), White Light/White Heat (song). Excerpt: The following is a list of all songs by The Velvet Underground. This list details the name of the song and any officially released recordings of the song. In the case of studio recordings, the album title and date of album release have been included. In the case of live recordings, demos or rehearsal recordings, the date of recording and album the track appears on have been included. The songs, in alphabetical order, are as follows: Live recordings: Live recordings: Live recording: Live recordings: Live recordings: Demo/rehearsal recordings: Live recordings: Live recordings: Demo/rehearsal recordings: Demo/rehearsal recording: Live recordings: "Heroin" is a song by The Velvet Underground, released on their 1967 debut album, The Velvet Underground & Nico. Written by Lou Reed in 1964, the song, which overtly depicts heroin use and abuse, is one of the band's most celebrated compositions. Critic Mark Deming writes, "While 'Heroin' hardly endorses drug use, it doesn't clearly condemn it, either, which made it all the more troubling...

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