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Andy Nowicki

Andy Nowicki is a dissident reactionary malcontent who lives in Savannah, Georgia. He has written for several print and online journals of social commentary, including The Last Ditch, Alternative Right, Takimag.com, New Oxford Review, and American Renaissance. His first novel, Considering Suicide, is available from Nine-Banded Books (http://www.ninebandedbooks.com). His second and third novels, The Columbine Pilgrim and Under the Nihil are published by Counter-Currents.
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The Stark Truth
Robert Stark Interviews Andy Nowicki About His New Novella Beauty & the Least

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Editor’s Note:

The following text is Robert Stark’s transcript of an interview with Andy Nowicki for The Stark Truth. Unfortunately, the audio quality of the original interview turned out to be unfit for podcasting.

Robert: I’m joined here with Andy Nowicki, and we’re going to be discussing his latest work Beauty and the Least. It’s published by Ann Sterzinger’s Hopeless Books.

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Anti-Life Fiction:
Ann Sterzinger’s NVSQVAM (nowhere)

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Ann Sterzinger
NVSQVAM (nowhere)
Charleston, W.V.: Nine-Banded Books, 2011

We live in a time in which all positive ideologies of the past — be they Right- or Left-wing; good, bad, or ugly — are swiftly spiraling towards the chopping block of “the end of history.” It seems impossible, in today’s post-modern climate of perpetual intellectual suspicion, to sustain a rigorous attachment to any point of view Read more …

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Forthcoming from Counter-Currents!
Lost Violent Souls

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110 pages

Release date: November 22, 2013

Hardcover: $25

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Motel Man

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“Shantih shantih shantih” – T.S. Eliot

“Dance into the fire.” – Duran Duran

His motel room was his home for weeks and weeks on end. Read more …

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Oswald Takes Aim

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“We are one, that’s what we tell each other.
If we were, there’d be no need to say that.”
–The Shut-Ups

Lee Harvey Oswald sat in the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Read more …

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The Discrete Wit of Whit Stillman

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In a previous life, before I pledged fealty to the art of the written word — a pursuit for which I have subsequently won fame, fortune, and unbounded acclaim — a different calling beckoned for a time.  Read more …

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2016: Obama’s America

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As a polemical documentary, Dinesh D’Souza’s 2016: Obama’s America has guile, snarkiness, and a kind of sneaky, nimble ambition. Read more …

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Sympathy for the Joker?

“Please allow me to introduce myself . . .” Heath Ledger as the Joker

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Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy has proven to be a death-stalked series. Heath Ledger died under mysterious circumstances mere months before the release of The Dark Knight in 2008, Read more …

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Coriolanus:
Man Against the Mob

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Many of an contemporary “alternative Right” orientation blame Christianity for bequeathing the dogma of egalitarianism to the modern world. Such people claim that the attempted abolition of natural hierarchies and destructively “leveling” momentum of democracy and campaigns of enforced “equality” derive from the Christian doctrine that all human souls are equal before God, Read more …

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Reply to Bardamu

The Judgment of Paris by Arno Breker

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I thank Ferdinand Bardamu for responding to my article at Counter-Currents, “In Defense of ‘Squares,’” which was in itself a response to Jack Donovan’s “The Trouble with Squares.” Read more …

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