Memoirs

 

Dear Andy Kaufman, I Hate Your Guts!

Dear Andy Kaufman, I Hate Your Guts
  • $19.95

In 1979, Andy Kaufman tauntingly challenged the women of America to wrestle him live on television. The torrent of hand-written letters and personal photographs he received from would-be contenders assembles into an astonishing, unfiltered view into the late-70s female psyche.

Demons in the Age of Light

A Memoir of Psychosis and Recovery

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  • $16.00

With the skill of a gifted novelist, twenty-three-year-old Whitney Robinson recounts the harrowing true story of her descent into mental illness soon after she arrived at college. Her doctor labeled the illness schizophrenia, but Whitney felt that she became possessed by a malevolent, seductive entity that attempted to influence her into harming herself and others. […]

Eye Mind

The Saga of Roky Erickson and The 13th Floor Elevators, The Pioneers of Psychedelic Sound

Eye Mind
  • $22.95

The trailblazing 13th Floor Elevators released the first “psychedelic” rock album in America, transforming culture throughout the 1960s and beyond. The Elevators followed their own cosmic agenda — to change society by finding a new path to enlightenment. Their battles with repressive authorities are legendary.

Go Ask Ogre

Letters from a Deathrock Cutter

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  • $18.95

Teenage hell has never been captured with such intense honesty as these actual letters sent in the late ’80s from a desperate girl to the singer of her favorite band.

Master of the Mysteries

The Life of Manly Palmer Hall

Master of Mysteries
  • $19.95

Manly P. Hall’s prolific writings revealed to thousands how wisdom could be found in the myths and symbols of the ancient Western teachings. The dramatic story of his life and death provides a panorama of twentieth century mysticism.

Morris Graves

His Houses, His Gardens

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  • $45.00

The long-awaited Morris Graves: His Houses, His Gardens tells the story of the homes of Morris Graves, a leading figure in Northwest Art and one of the most important American artists of the twentieth century. This high-quality book with beautiful duotone photographs concerns itself with four locations—The Rock, Careläden, Woodtown Manor, and The Lake. Author, photographer, and […]

Permanent Midnight

A Memoir

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  • $16.95

Permanent Midnight chronicles the opiated abyss of a Hollywood screenwriter and his harrowing ascent back into the light.

Starstruck

Photographs From A Fan

Starstruck
  • $22.95

The spectacular photographic archives of one of the most obsessively devoted fans of our time.

The End Is Near!

Visions of Apocalypse, Millennium and Utopia

The End is Near
  • $29.95

An award-winning, classic volume of apocalyptic and utopian visionary art, with artist biographies and essays by Stephen Jay Gould, Reverend Howard Finster, Adam Parfrey, and His Holiness the Dalai Lama.

The Source

The Untold Story of Father Yod, YaHoWha 13, and The Source Family

The Source
  • $24.95

It was 1972, time of the cult-occult-commune explosion. By day, the Source Family served organic cuisine to John Lennon, Julie Christie, Frank Zappa and others at the famed Source restaurant. By night, in a mansion in Hollywood Hills, they explored the cosmos through the channeled wisdom of their charismatic leader, Father Yod. Father was an outlandish figure who had 14 “spiritual wives,” drove a Rolls-Royce, and fronted the rock band Ya Ho Wa 13, now considered by collectors to be one of the most singular psychedelic bands of all time.