You Can't Win

You Can’t Win

Jack Black
Illustrated by Joe Coleman
Foreword by William S. Burroughs

$12.95 — $17.95

“More than—rare enough—a damned good book, it is a book of timeless, illuminating truth …This book is one of a kind. — Nick Tosches  You Can’t Win, the beloved memoir of real lowdown Americana by criminal hobo Jack Black, was first published in 1926, then reprinted in 1988 by Adam Parfrey’s Amok Press, featuring an […]

 
President-and-the-Provocateur

The President and the Provocateur

The Parallel Lives of JFK and Lee Harvey Oswald

Alex Cox

$11.95 — $16.95

President John F. Kennedy was said to have been murdered by a lone crazed gunman in a Dallas motorcade a half-century ago. The accused killer, Lee Harvey Oswald, was also murdered under mysterious circumstances just a couple days later. Alex Cox, like most of the American and British public, does not buy into the moth-eaten […]

 
Shelley-Unbound

Shelley Unbound

Uncovering Frankenstein's True Creator

Scott D. de Hart

$11.95 — $16.95

Frankenstein was first released in 1818 anonymously. The credit for Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley’s authorship first occurred in 1823 when a French edition was published. A year earlier, Mary’s revolutionary husband, the influential poet, dramatist, novelist, and essayist Percy Bysshe Shelley, died. The same year Frankenstein, or, The Modern Prometheus (its full title) was first published, so was another […]

 
Dying-for-the-Truth

DYING FOR THE TRUTH:

Undercover Inside Mexico's Violent Drug War

BY THE FUGITIVE REPORTERS OF BLOG DEL NARCO

$19.95 — $24.95

“Mexico’s go-to Web site on information on the country’s drug war.” — MSNBC “A gritty, front-row seat to Mexico’s drug war.” — Houston Chronicle “Some of the horror it displays makes the 2002 film City of God, charting the drug war on the streets of Brazil’s look like a Disney film.” — The Daily Mail   […]

 
Sex-Lies-and-The-Dirty

Sex, Lies and The Dirty

Nik Richie

Nik Richie

$11.95 — $16.95

Reality Internet. The formula that Nik Richie created puts him in the same league as Perez Hilton and TMZ. There was, however, one principal difference. While every one else was covering the celebrity lifestyle, Nik posted about socialites, escorts and club promoters. He took real people and gave them their 15 minutes, which begs the […]