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  1. The Gates Of Janus (paperback)

    Gates Of Janus


    Ian Brady and Myra Hindley's spree of torture, sexual abuse, and murder of children in the 1960s was one of the most appalling series of crimes ever committed in England, and remains almost daily fixated upon by the tabloid press. Learn More
  2. Art That Kills

    Art That Kills


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    A Panoramic Portrait Of Aesthetic Terrorism: 1984-2001. Learn More
  3. Selfish, Little: The Annotated Lesley Ann Downey

    Selfish, Little: The Annotated Lesley Ann Downey


    In this unnerving new book, cult author Peter Sotos examines the brutal murder of Lesley Ann Downey at the hands of British “Moors Murderers” Ian Brady and Myra Hindley. Learn More
  4. Tool.

    Tool. (Peter Sotos)


    In 1986, Peter Sotos was arrested. He was charged with obscenity for publishing a magazine and was later convicted for possession of child pornography. After his trial, he kept a low profile. He worked for a meat distribution company and struggled to pay down his legal bills. He underwent mandatory counseling. Then, in the late 1980s, he began writing a manuscript that, once published, would signal the mature arrival of one of the most disquieting and original voices in English literature. That manuscript was called Tool. Learn More
  5. Mine

    Mine (Peter Sotos)


    Against a densely imbricated skein of documentary fragments and confessional annotation, Mine advances a sustained, interlocutory investigation into the ulterior etiologies and malignant narcissism of underground pornography. Learn More
  6. Pure Filth

    Pure Filth


    Jamie Gillis appeared in over one hundred films, and as such was a primary performer in pornography's "Golden Age." Gillis is also known for inventing the "Gonzo" genre of pornography, played out in the film Boogie Nights by Burt Reynolds' character. Learn More
  7. Desistance



    In this prismatic and obliquely appreciative study of Antoine D'Agata’s photography, Peter Sotos arraigns the fraught vocabulary of gallery apologists — and of D'Agata himself — to locate a “"iner definition of pornography" beneath the exigent demands of desire, transgression, and art. Learn More

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