Always strange, often interesting, "Semiotext(e)" is a kind of pseudo-academic journal started at Columbia University in 1974. Since that time, the irregular book-bound zine has traveled to just about every quarter of radical academia, the fringe cultures, and the political left. Recent issues have included "Semiotext(e) SF" and "Semiotext(e) USA." "Semiotext(e)'s First Dirty Dozen" is an anthology of the first 12 issues and includes excerpts from "Anti-Oedipus," "Autonomia," "Ego Traps," "German Issue," "Nietzche's Return," "Polysexuality," "Schizo-Culture," and others.
You can purchase Semiotext(e) issues separately or get a 3-issue subscription. Write them for a list of currently available titles.
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$18/ 3 issues (published irregularly)