Bouzingo Means Noise: Satan, Anarchy, and Les Jeunes-France by Todd Pendu


Intro from the upcoming book tentatively titled:
Bouzingo Means Noise: Satan, Anarchy, and Les Jeunes-France by Todd Pendu

The Bouzingo were an anti-bourgeois anarchist collective composed of writers and artists who lived and worked in Paris in the 1830’s. They were notorious for pranks and rabble rousing, for brashly playing instruments that they didn’t even know how to play to annoy passer-bys on the streets, for drinking wine from human skulls, and for other acts of defiance of good taste and bourgeois civility. They were also known as Le Petit Cénacle, Les Tartares, Les Frénétiques, and Les Jeunes-France. Later, in the 1840’s they were instrumental in the creation of the infamous Club des Haschischins. Continue reading

Analekta: Semantic Texts by T. Brooks

ANALEKTA: SEMANTIC TEXTS by Todd Brooks ©2001
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Analekta is an ongoing unfinished work in a constant state of revision and transition. The first version was printed in 1998 as ‘Transition Syntax’. The work then became longer and more involved and in June of 2001, fifty-one texts were published and released to the public by IUniverse re-titled as Analekta: Semantic Texts. Continue reading