Methods Devour Themselves
A dialogue between story and essay, between speculative fiction and radical philosophy...
Methods Devour Themselves is a dialogue between fiction and non-fiction. Inspired by Quentin Meillassoux's Science Fiction and Extro-Science Fiction that was paired with an Isaac Asimov short story, this book examines the ways in which stories can provoke philosophical interventions and philosophical essays can provoke stories. Alternating between Benjanun Sriduangkaew's fiction and J. Moufawad-Paul's non-fiction, Methods Devour Themselves is an interstitial project that brings fiction and essay into a unique, avant-garde whole.
A tragi-comic philosophical novella about how the internet is reshaping our notions of personal identity.
Is shame the route by which we access the capabilities for living that are abrogated in modernity?
Dr Geo Trevarthen
Ceri Louise Thomas
An archaeological detective story and dark supernatural thriller culminating in the Mayan prophecy that the world will end in 2012.
Brian R. Chambers
Arthurs Soul Adventure is a New Age Huckleberry Finn that will jump off the page straight into your heart.
Jan Krause Greene
When Gloria discovers that the baby in her womb was conceived in another lifetime, she must unravel the mystery that ties her to the past and future.