SOCIETY

The titles in this category deal with society at large - politics, history, religion, science, crime, etc.

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  1. Several Ways to Die in Mexico City

    Several Ways to Die in Mexico City: An Autobiography of Death in Mexico City

    $22.95

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    In the '80s, when author/photographer Kurt Hollander lived in New York and published The Portable Lower East, life there was particularly rough, and cops often drove yellow cabs as a method to surprise and roust its residents. Before the decade ended, Hollander moved to the equally rough climes of Mexico City, making his living writing and photographing for The Guardian, The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, and many other publications. Learn More
  2. Nine Years Under (paperback)

    Nine Years Under: Coming of Age in an Inner-City Funeral Home

    $17.00

    Six Feet Under meets The Wire in a dazzling and darkly comic memoir about coming-of-age in a black funeral home in Baltimore Learn More
  3. Murder Can Be Fun: 1997 Datebook

    Murder Can Be Fun: 1997 Datebook

    $3.00

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    10th Anniversary Edition! The best dates culled from a decade of datebooks, plus fun features and extra pages but still the traditional handy format. Learn More
  4. Life Is Beautiful

    Life Is Beautiful

    $2.00

    A zine with content that features medical anomalies, interesting deaths, and gruesome killers. Learn More
  5. Jivaro: Head-Hunters Of The Amazon

    Jivaro: Head-Hunters Of The Amazon

    $19.95

    The Jivaro Indians of the Peru-Ecuador interior have long been renowned for their ferocity and cruelty in warfare; they are also shamanistic, communing with ancient spectres through the ingestion of poisonous hallucinogens. But above all, the Jivaro are known for their unique and macabre brand of death magic - the severing and shrinking of human heads. Learn More
  6. Infernal Device

    Infernal Device: Machinery Of Torture And Execution

    $14.95

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    Erik Ruhling assembles an unmatched array of torture tools invented exclusively for the infliction of pain and the ending of life, each carefully researched with an accompanying full-color, highly detailed rendering. Learn More
  7. Everybody Dies

    Everybody Dies: A Children's Book For Grown-Ups

    $14.99

    Everybody Dies is YouTube sensation Ken Tanaka’s children’s book for grown-ups—a macabre and darkly humorous look at mortality in the vein of the classic Japanese children’s book Everybody Poops, All My Friends Are Dead, and the mega-bestseller Go the F**k to Sleep. Learn More
  8. Down Among The Dead Men

    Down Among the Dead Men: A Year in the Life of a Mortuary Technician

    $14.95

    Michelle Williams is young and attractive, with close family ties, a busy social life . . . and an unusual occupation. When she impulsively applies to be a mortuary technician and is offered the position, she has no idea that her decision to accept will be one of the most momentous of her life. “What I didn’t realize then,” she writes, “was that I was about to start one of the most amazing jobs you can do.” Learn More
  9. Diableries: Stereoscopic Adventures in Hell

    Diableries: Stereoscopic Adventures in Hell

    $60.00

    A devilish 1860s sensation - finally unleashed on the 21st century! Learn More
  10. Diableries

    Diableries: A Trip To The Underworld: 19th Century Images Of Satan and Hell

    $22.95

    Perhaps the most fascinating, provocative and intricately modelled of all images created during the 19th century craze for stereoscopic photography remain those created in Paris from around 1860 onwards, and now known as Diableries (or "devilries”). Learn More

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