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.
A Memoir of Psychosis and Recovery
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. [...]
Creative Strategies for Tough Economic Times
Depression 2.0 is a practical, empowering, hands-on guide to persevering and even thriving in the event of an economic crisis. Placing particular emphasis on self-sufficiency, community-building, and personal resilience, this timely, informative book offers a hopeful way forward in a time of great uncertainty. Bankruptcy, barter, and survival investing are just a few of the important topics explored.
The Saga of Roky Erickson and The 13th Floor Elevators, The Pioneers of Psychedelic Sound
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.
This central California teenage wasteland—with an ethnically diverse population of Basques, Hispanics, African-Americans, Vietnamese, and Armenians—is home to lowriders, empty buildings, dope drops, and one of the highest violent-crime rates in the country. It is also the birthplace of photographer Tony Stamolis, who spent six years chronicling his strange hometown. The result: a disturbing, humorous, and poignant insider’s view of a post-suburban American badlands.
The Real Dirt on Country Living
For hard-working urban professionals Kristy Athens and husband Michael, living in the country was a romantic dream. After purchasing seven acres in Washington’s beautiful Columbia River Gorge, Athens and her husband were surprised to learn just how challenging rural life could be. Get Your Pitchfork On! provides the hard-learned nuts-and-bolts of rural living from city folk who were in over their heads. [...]
Your Guide to Leaving America (Updated and Expanded Edition)
One of the most popular titles in Process’ Self-Reliance series, Getting Out is a smartly designed and easy-to-navigate compendium about your best options for a new homeland, and how to navigate a myriad of hurdles before and after you get there. Here are the rules, resources, and experiences of dozens of expat Americans on every continent, [...]
Your Guide to Leaving America
Letters from a Deathrock Cutter
Rock and Revolution with The MC5 and the White Panther Party
Guitar Army is the incendiary book that proclaimed â”Rock and Roll is a Weapon of Cultural Revolution.”
This 35th anniversary edition of Guitar Army includes two dozen previously unpublished period photographs, recent writings from John Sinclair, and an introduction from Michael Simmons.
A bonus CD contains rare recordings of MC5 and other Detroit-area revolutionary bands, Allen Ginsberg, Black Panther Bobby Seale on the White Panthers, and original White Panther Party meetings.