Hakim Bey - Chaos (The Broadsheets of Ontological Anarchism) (2.2 MB)
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CHAOS: THE BROADSHEETS OF ONTOLOGICAL ANARCHISM was first published in 1985 by Grim Reaper Press of Weehawken, New Jersey a later re-issue was published in Providence, Rhode Island, and this edition was pirated in Boulder, Colorado. Another edition was released by Verlag Golem of Providence in 1990, and pirated in Santa Cruz, California, by We Press. "The Temporary Autonomous Zone" was performed at the Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics in Boulder, and on WBAI-FM in New York City, in 1990.Thanx to the following p... More >>>
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CHAOS: THE BROADSHEETS OF ONTOLOGICAL ANARCHISM was first published in 1985 by Grim Reaper Press of Weehawken, New Jersey a later re-issue was published in Providence, Rhode Island, and this edition was pirated in Boulder, Colorado. Another edition was released by Verlag Golem of Providence in 1990, and pirated in Santa Cruz, California, by We Press. "The Temporary Autonomous Zone" was performed at the Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics in Boulder, and on WBAI-FM in New York City, in 1990.
Thanx to the following publications, current and defunct, in which some of these pieces appeared (no doubt I've lost or forgotten many--sorry!): KAOS (London) Ganymede (London) Pan (Amsterdam) Popular Reality Exquisite Corpse (also Stiffest of the Corpse, City Lights) Anarchy (Columbia, MO) Factsheet Five Dharma Combat OVO City Lights Review Rants and Incendiary Tracts (Amok) Apocalypse Culture (Amok) Mondo 2000 The Sporadical Black Eye Moorish Science Monitor FEH! Fag Rag The Storm! Panic (Chicago) Bolo Log (Zurich) Anathema Seditious Delicious Minor Problems (London) AQUA Prakilpana.
Also, thanx to the following individuals: Jim Fleming James Koehnline Sue Ann Harkey Sharon Gannon Dave Mandl Bob Black Robert Anton Wilson William Burroughs "P.M." Joel Birroco Adam Parfrey Brett Rutherford Jake Rabinowitz Allen Ginsberg Anne Waldman Frank Torey Andr- Codrescu Dave Crowbar Ivan Stang Nathaniel Tarn Chris Funkhauser Steve Englander Alex Trotter. --March, 1991
Peter Lamborn Wilson (pseudonym Hakim Bey; born 1945) is an American anarchist author, primarily known for advocating the concept of Temporary Autonomous Zones.
In addition to his writings on ontological anarchy (termed lifestyle anarchism by detractors such as Murray Bookchin) and Temporary Autonomous Zones, Bey has written essays on other topics such as Tong traditions, the utopian Charles Fourier, the poet Gabriele D'Annunzio, alleged connections between Sufism and ancient Celtic culture, technology and Luddism, Amanita muscaria use in ancient Ireland, and sacred pederasty in the Sufi tradition. He has also written about pederasty for NAMBLA Bulletin.
Bey's poetic texts and poems have appeared in: P.A.N.; Panthology One, Two, and Three; Ganymede; Exquisite Corpse; and the various Acolyte Reader paperbacks. Many of these poems, including the 'Sandburg' series, are collected in the as-yet unpublished DogStar volume. Currently his works can be found regularly in publications like Fifth Estate and the NYC-based First of the Month.
He has also published at least one novel, The Chronicles of Qamar: Crowstone.
Bey, especially because of his TAZ work, has often been embraced by rave subculture, as ravers have identified the experience and occasions of raves as part of the tradition of "Temporary Autonomous Zones" that Bey outlines, particularly the "free party" or teknival scene. Bey has been supportive of the rave connection, while remarking in an interview, "The ravers were among my biggest readers... I wish they would rethink all this techno stuff -- they didn't get that part of my writing."