BOOKS & ZINES


Books

My first poetry book. 

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Coming Soon: Originally I intended to do a series of books based on the Surrealists, but I've decided to do one book instead. There will be a special edition version presented in a box. More updates on this to come. 


ZINES

Sacred the Whore: The Connection Between Naughty Words and Religious Language. Each issue contains 7 sex psalms, created using a modified cut-up poetry technique. Issue #1 is on white paper (cum) and Issue #2 on red paper (blood).

The Surrealist Erotica zine is a mini-zine featuring stills from the Surrealist Erotica series.

The SexDeathRebirth Zine came into existence in 2014. Each issue came with a download code for a Whip Angels EP that corresponding to the zine thematically. The SexDeathRebirth zines were mostly collages and quotes that went along with the theme. Sadly, these zines are no longer available. 

The Rise of the Philosopher Queen mini-zines were a short-lived 3-volume poetry zine that contained poetry I had written a few years prior. Sadly, these zines are no longer available. 

Le Sacre is a 2-volume mini-zine about the French writers Colette Peignot and George Bataille. For anyone familiar with their work, it will be no surprise to you that I'd make fanzines about them. These zines are no longer available at the moment but I may print more in the future.

SACRED THE WHORE ZINE

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Sacred The Whore

"The Connection Between Naughty Words and Religious Language"

Issue 1 on white, Issue 2 on red.

Each mini-zine contains 7 sex psalms. The psalms are poems composed in a modified cut-up style. They come as a pair. 

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SURREALIST EROTICA ZINE

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Man Ray

The first issue of the Surrealist Erotica zine is dedicated to Man Ray. This mini-zine contains 6 black and white photos from the Man Ray episode of the Surrealist Erotica series.

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Salvador Dali

The second issue of the Surrealist Erotica zine is dedicated to Salvador Dali. This mini-zine contains 6 black and white photos from the Salvador Dali episode of the Surrealist Erotica series.

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SEXDEATHREBIRTH ZINE

Thunder Perfect Mind

 

Mini-zine format. Came with download code for The Whip Angels - Thunder, Perfect Mind EP. Also came with a limited edition cassette (Sold Out). The general theme of this zine was the divine feminine across cultures. The title comes from Thunder, Perfect Mind, a gnostic poem with a distinctly feminine voice.

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Dark Night of the Soul

Tri-fold format. Came with a mini-tarot card with a download code for The Whip Angels - Dark Night of the Soul on the back. The theme of this issue was comparative descent journeys. Heavily influenced by Persephone and Inanna. Named after the mystical poem Dark Night of the Soul by St. John of the Cross. The poppy flower on the front opened to reveal a forbidden fruit. 

Arrows of Ecstasy

Tri-fold format. Ecstasy in agony caused by arrows. Accompanies The Whip Angels - Arrows of Ecstasy EP. Heavy on St. Sebastian and St. Teresa of Avila imagery. Pain/Pleasure. 

Spring 2015

A general sexdeathrebirth zine with a free download of the Spring EP.

Summer 2015

Another general themed sexdeathrebirth zine. With the Summer EP.

SDR Zine Anthology

A collection of content of all the previous editions. It included all the download codes for all the music as well. 

The Rise of the Philosopher Queen ZINE

The Rise of the Philosopher Queen Vol. 1-3

A 3-volume poetry zine. Published in 2015, but most of the poetry was written between 2011-2014. 

Le Sacré Zine

Vol. 1, titled The Saint of the Abyss in a brief introduction to a virtually unknown writer and poet of the time, Colette Peignot, aka Laure. She was remarkable in her own right, but is often only known as the lover of Georges Bataille and a friend of Michel Leiris. Most of her writing would have not seen the light of day if Bataille and Leiris did not publish her works posthumously. She died at age 35 in Bataille’s living room. 

 

Vol. 2, Failed Priest is an introduction to Georges Bataille. After the death of his atheist and syphilitic father, Georges entered a Catholic seminary intending to be a priest. He later left the seminary and ultimately became known for his writings on transgression, sacrifice, religious eroticism, ecstasy and death. Many consider his work to be bizarre and difficult to follow, but despite leaving the seminary, his deep interest in the sacred dominated his life.