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Semiotext[e] SF Paperback – August 1, 1991
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Thanks to Jim Fleming for giving me a copy of this book some time ago and apologies to him for losing it. But now SF and I are reunited.
There are some great short stories in this collection. There are also a few which aren't great, but if you fancy yourself as more-subversive-than-thou, you simply aren't if you don't have a copy of this.
I've had this book for more than a decade, and it is still read often, and displayed proudly in my most prominent bookshelf.
Reading Semiotext(e) USA was, and still is, the most exquisite, voyeuristic look into the uncharted edges of not just the American, but the human experience. This collection of stories and ideas literally lead me to the place I am today. I found refuge in its embrace of that which scares "decent" society, and comforted in it's portrayal of those who are forever below the media's radar. I was shocked by the extremes of thought, and utterly mesmerized by the breadth of ideas.
This book opened more doors than I knew existed, and set me on my search for all that which is not shoved down out throats by McMedia.