Disinformation: The Interviews
The best and most revealing interviews from the prococative TV series/DVD of the same name.
Richard Metzger presents the most compelling interviews from the hit TV seriesDisinformation,revealing mind-blowing thoughts from modern culture’s most radical thinkers: Paul Laffoley on how to build a working time machine and a house made of vegetables; Douglas Rushkoff explains "media viruses";Lucifer Principleauthor Howard Bloom on the coming biological apocalypse; Genesis P-Orridge on what it’s like to be the leader of your own cult; Joe Coleman’s collection of weird stuff; Robert Anton Wilson on The Illuminati and Aleister Crowley; Kembra Pfahler onThe Voluptuous Horror of Karen Black; Duncan Laurie on the forbidden science of radionics; and comics author Grant Morrison (The Invisibles, JLA, X-Men) on sex magick, Hollywood’s interest in underground culture and the best alien abduction story you’ll ever hear! Plus, many more modern revolutionaries (including philosopher Peter Russell, futurist Mark Pesce, and Apocalypse Culture’s Adam Parfrey) expressing their thoughts, fears, enthusiasms, and predictions.
The book’s title is our brand name and trademark—both a first and a last. It is also the first book by the "face" of Disinformation—Richard Metzger. Naturally, it will receive our biggest marketing push ever:
o Richard will make live appearances in New York, Los Angeles and other cities •Multiple TV & Radio appearances •Multiple mailings •Retail price and position participation •National press coverage •Promotional t-shirts and other branded merchandise •Ongoing Disinformation web site (www.disinfo.com) and email blitz
Richard Metzgeris a co-founder of The Disinformation Company and wrote, directed, and hosted the first two seasons of theDisinformationTV series, which initially aired on Britain’s Channel 4 network. The series has been licensed to a major cable network in the United States, and a DVD of the series is planned and will be co-marketed with the book.
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I'm a bit biased towards this book as it's been one of my favourite things I've ever read. Want to read a discussion with a scientist about tests on plant empathy? Want to read about Grant Morrison's ... Read full review