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recccomendations please. by N7IX4 !!aUW3ymB7 - Tue, 24 Oct 2017 12:48:19 EST ID:S5Rv/Bzy No.69532 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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transgressive, psychedelic horror, post-apocalyptic, nihilistic, and existential literature reccomendations would be muchly appreciated. books or poetry. just need a break from dry research.
Albert Pockford - Tue, 24 Oct 2017 13:33:16 EST ID:ylxQEmun No.69533 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Standard response; Ligotti (Teatro Grotesco, My Work Is Not Yet Done, etc), House of Cards by Daniel Whatshisnameski, could try Cyclonopedia but that may be a bit too much like research to read.
N7IX4 !!aUW3ymB7 - Tue, 24 Oct 2017 15:02:49 EST ID:S5Rv/Bzy No.69534 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Thanks. I'll check them out.
Archie Fuckingworth - Tue, 24 Oct 2017 16:49:24 EST ID:kB9vcdQ8 No.69535 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>House of Cards
Lol It's House of Leaves by Mark Z. Danielewski
But agreed that is a fantastic book
You also might enjoy Brian Lumley's Necroscope series, weird crazy psychic thriller turned into demonic-Vampire horror, it's great.
If you want something REALLY weird, check out Liminal States by Zack Parsons, a description wouldn't do it justice
Albert Pockford - Tue, 24 Oct 2017 17:02:07 EST ID:ylxQEmun No.69536 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Shit yeah sorry that's what I meant. I was too distracted trying to remember what the author's name was.
Edward Chinkinfit - Tue, 31 Oct 2017 19:49:34 EST ID:RUCvfwXM No.69566 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The three stigmata of palmer eldritch is pretty spooky shit
Edward Givingkene - Tue, 31 Oct 2017 20:30:47 EST ID:XT+L+WtE No.69567 Report Quick Reply
torrenting Necroscope and Liminal States, if they suck I will be back to yell at you.
Hannah Dengerdodge - Wed, 01 Nov 2017 05:19:02 EST ID:GP0LBYeb No.69568 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Fucking Lightbanks - Sun, 18 Mar 2018 11:46:37 EST ID:B3/jB50w No.69957 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Marabou Stork Nightmares by Irvine Welsh
William Blugglechone - Thu, 03 May 2018 08:41:10 EST ID:DoK+DoDW No.70056 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Songs of a Dead Dreamer and Grimscribe - Thomas Ligotti
Fanged Noumena - Nick Land
Hauntology - Mark Fisher
Cyclonopedia - Reza Negarestani
Arthur Machen - The White People and Other Stories
Matilda Clayshit - Tue, 08 May 2018 16:16:51 EST ID:YPb38PfM No.70078 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Celine - Journey to the End of the Night
Ian Murdville - Tue, 08 May 2018 23:35:11 EST ID:xu3HwFv7 No.70081 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The Other Side by Alfred Kubin
I love it, it's an example of early surrealism, and is the only written work of Kubin, who was actually a famous visual artist in his time.

Of course, that's really more beautiful than scary. If you want something disturbing and psychedelic, The Wild Boys by William S. Burroughs is the most disturbing book I've ever read. For something also extremely disturbing, but completely realistic, there's Last Exit to Brooklyn by Hubert Selby, Jr.
Nathaniel Pickridge - Fri, 11 May 2018 22:02:17 EST ID:yS5+gsjJ No.70090 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The Birthing of worlds
On a pale horse
The bus driver who wanted to be god
Shitting Blimblewut - Fri, 25 May 2018 12:58:14 EST ID:SYs3KENS No.70111 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The Stranger
Angus Brurringstit - Fri, 08 Jun 2018 23:33:21 EST ID:A/t5mkUq No.70143 Ignore Report Quick Reply
-The Foundation Pit
Maybe the darkest novel ever written.
-Anything by William Gaddis (esp. J R) and most things by Thomas Pynchon
hard to go wrong.
The Book of Disquiet
Mostly just the well-written journal of a sad loner
-The Third Policeman
IMO this one is very funny, but at least one person I lent it to didn't get it at all; YMMV. If you like this bizarre distinctly Irish lit and are up to a challenge, consider Beckett's Trilogoy.
one of Nabokov's three "best books of the 20th century"; s'pretty good. From my sub-fluent awareness of Russian, this was probably better in the original, But it's still pretty great. You may be more drawn to his childhood/coming-of-age novel, Kotiv Letaev ("Flying Kitten"), which revolves around a curious little boy and can get a tad experimental with all the vivid imagination and how strongly it defines descriptions of events.
-Today I Wrote Nothing
Daniil Kharms compilation (the translation at least; can't say what it is in Russian). Not incredibly heavy as the others on my recs list, but it's fun and slots well enough into your preferences.
-White Noise
Can't speak for DeLillo's other stuff as I've not read it. WN is a solid novel that epitomizes American postmodernism without requiring 5-10 minutes to read a page like some others might.
-Borges's short stories, on the chance you haven't read them yet
Isabella Sevingchork - Mon, 18 Jun 2018 01:43:55 EST ID:2TDhwEbz No.70159 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Nausea - jean-paul sarte
Isabella Clayfoot - Sun, 19 Aug 2018 22:40:32 EST ID:IoJZMcWv No.70279 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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