This book captures and expands upon the unique commentary and analysis that has helped define the Modern Mythology project in 2011. Through the voices of many contributors, we collectively take a hard look at the blurred lines between narrative and truth, philosophy and literature, personal history and cultural memory. All of this is done with an eye towards the imagined apocalypse that is always just around the corner. Join in the discussion, and leave your cultural blinders at home.
Jamie (James) Curcio once beat a bear at chess, and Stephen Hawking in a boxing match. He tells lies for money.
In a move that may telegraph some kind of psychotic break, he's also acted in the world's first Gonzomentary. He has written for Disinformation, New Falcon Press, Reality Sandwich, Immanion Press, Alterati, and several other indie outlets.
It lives with a harem of feral lesbians and cats somewhere in the mountains, sustained exclusively on mochas, lion milk, and raw honey. In the springtime it needs to feed.read more
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