Nothing May Be Destroyed Or Thrown Away. The Worm is available from Infinity Land Press.
Hardbound, 260pages, 210mm x280mm
The First edition of 200 copies includes 28 Collector’s Edition sets.
Available now from Infinity Land Press
Dennis Cooper welcomes the book at his blog here.
THE DEVILS by New Juche is published by Amphetamine Sulphate, and will be shipping in October.
To order a signed copy direct from the author ($23+pp), send a message using the form below. ***SIGNED COPIES NOW SOLD OUT
To order from the publisher ($23+pp), click here.
THE LONG CORPSE is a new and unpublished text by New Juche, intended for release not before 2021. An excerpt from the text and a series of new images have been published by The Map is Not the Territory. To visit the journal and read the excerpt click here.
BOSUN by NEW JUCHE
Published by Kiddiepunk
Available to order from 21st September 2018
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Stupid Baby by New Juche
Published February 2018 by Amphetamine Sulphate
New Limited Release – SOLD OUT *
The Spider’s House by New Juche
Text and Images, 115 pages, Card Cover with French Flaps, Numbered etc.
I met Olivier in some faggot sauna by accident. He knew right away and asked me with a baleful smirk if I’d made a mistake. Then I started using the same swimming pool as him. No one goes there much in the day, so often it was only he and I.
* Some copies available from Where Frost Reign Distro in Norway
Mountainhead by NEW JUCHE is now available from Nine-Banded Books. Follow the link to the publisher website for details.
What did we do here, that we could not do elsewhere? GYMNASIUM is a visual idiolect that engages hyper-developed definitions of prostitution and ruin architecture, and draws from its wellhead in the myths of the Vietnam War and the reality of Indochinese mothers and children. It is appended with the short text HANOI TRIPTYCH.
THE MOLLUSC is one of several contained aftergrowths from MOUNTAINHEAD. The text behind the photographs is a slug in its shell. God Forgive Anthropology.
WASTELAND charts the author’s deep involvement and love affair with an abandoned apartment complex called The Flowers and its purlieus.
The Flowers, which has become such a central part of my life, is about to be destroyed. I am pleased to preserve some essence of it in this book, along with some of the visions I received there, to which I still remain loyal.