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Tito Perdue, Though We Be Dead, Yet Our Day Will Come

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Tito Perdue
Though We Be Dead, Yet Our Day Will Come
San Francisco: Counter-Currents, 2018
104 pages

Release Date: March 26, 2018

Hardcover: $25

Paperback: $12 Read more …

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An Advocate’s Progress:
Quinn Replaces Michener, A Review of White Like You

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Spencer J. Quinn
White Like You
San Francisco: Counter-Currents Publishing, 2018

James A. Michener, a popular writer of my grandparents’ generation, didn’t publish his first book until he was 39, and this was after he had served as an officer in the US Navy in the Second World War. It seems one needs about four decades of life experience in order to write a decent book. Read more …

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Now Available in Kindle!
J. A. Nicholl’s Venus & Her Thugs

480 words

J. A. Nicholl
Venus and Her Thugs: Fifteen Weird Tales
San Francisco: Counter-Currents, 2017
228 pages

Kindle Ebook: $2.99

Release date: December 10, 2017

Venus & Her Thugs is a collection of fifteen weird, allegorical, and horrific stories about life in the Current Year. Read more …

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The Sleeping Beauty

8,156 words

They were walking past a Fernwood gym one day while out shopping when Shannon uncharacteristically sighed, “I’ve put on so much weight this year. If only I had time to get to the gym!”

Nick responded by getting overly excited: “Hey, why not? Maybe we could go together.”

“Together? You do know that’s a women-only gym!”  Read more …

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Kurt Schlichter’s People’s Republic

1,757 words

Kurt Schlichter
People’s Republic
CreateSpace, 2016

I’m reviewing this book not because I think it’s an important one for the Dissident Right, but because knowing about it will be instructive. Kurt Schlichter’s People’s Republic is, in essence, a cowardly novel masquerading as a brave one. Yet, compared to the state of popular literature in the West, it’s still pretty brave. Read more …

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My Father Was a Killer

526 words

My father was a killer, and a thief.

He’d search for signs of weakness in public, and he’d prey upon them. He’d scan the aisles of grocery stores and parking lots, searching for the weak and unaware.

Anyone walking with a limp, or paying too little attention to where they were going, was at risk of attending an involuntary seminar on the original meaning of “biohacking.” Read more …

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Three Short Readings on the Jewish Mind

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One of the problems with getting interested in Jews is that they are, well, verbose. Digging into primary texts can become a sandtrap for spare time. Marcel Proust is notoriously dense, Ayn Rand is unending, Bill Kristol is incredibly repetitive, Philip Roth absurdly prolific, and so on. Really plumbing the Jewish mind through their own fiction is, quite frankly, a timesuck. Read more …

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Miss Polly

Leonardo da Vinci, Madonna Litta

Leonardo da Vinci, Madonna Litta

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They were sleeping apart after Yusuf had yet again failed to stand up to his parents, who still refused to acknowledge their son’s de facto relationship with her. Maureen had just overheard heard him yet again tactfully and without remonstration decline to be set up with someone more to their liking, who would make him a “good wife.” They would sleep apart that night.

Her bed was a raft out in a pitch black sea reminiscent of an illustration in a book of nursery rhymes from when she was a child. Read more …

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Fur

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irishterrierA long, long time after he had to move out, there was a day when things didn’t seem quite so bad.

That day he awoke in the fifth-floor walk-up he still wasn’t used to. The coffee he made was enough of a treat that he didn’t mind getting out of bed, and his legs felt younger than the rest of him, carrying him down all those stairs and back up more stairs to the train. When the sun flicked in the swiftly moving windows, he noticed he didn’t hate his job much this time. It felt reasonable to be going there. Read more …

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We are at Home Here

3,475 words

VirginiaWhy did I agree to become involved? As I look back now I can see no clear decision or conscious choice, just a hapless falling into circumstance. If I had refused to entertain the stupid idea from the beginning would that have absolved me from the knowledge that was to come to me? Or was I already destined to find it no matter what I willed or thought? Read more …

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Empathy

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Tragic_comic_masks_-_roman_mosaicTheir lunch breaks overlapping, as often happened, Ted was hovering around while Jenna and her friend Dina — these days heavily involved with the campus group that called itself “The Nonviolent Gender Alliance” — discussed whether Jenna might be persuaded to come along too, and if so, who she would bring.  Read more …

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Misguided Youth  

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achtung6He changed to a walk from an easy jog and his breathing eased. The back road was unlit and not often traveled this late at night, which suited him just fine. In one hand he carried a quart can; jammed inside was an inexpensive sash brush, its bristles ragged and handle sticky. Read more …

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Lions

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After almost a month, Callum still cowered whenever the Mercedes pulled up outside his family’s imposing new home in Glen Iris, one of Melbourne’s old money suburbs. Read more …

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Dream Flower

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Inspired by the Haiku by Holly Aglialoro, USA

“A fragrant lilac beckons me to approach it and quiet my mind”

— Holly Aglialoro, USA

The mist rose from the wintry torrent as the water, superheated by the hot spring at his feet, received the plunging glacial runoff from the mountain above. The roar was deafening. Read more …

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The Horrible Thing

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arachnids_c44f5dddAuthor’s Note:

This story is based on a “creepypasta” entitled “Channel 67” published in a collection edited by Gregory West and Hayley Wicker. Like most such urban legends, the story sounded familiar to me when I read it, although I have not been able to find any other closely similar versions online. Read more …

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Dry Leafless Trees

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leaflesstreeI see them crowd on crowd they walk the earth
Dry, leafless trees no Autumn wind laid bare;
And in their nakedness find cause for mirth,
And all unclad would winter’s rudeness dare;
No sap doth through their clattering branches flow,
Whence springing leaves and blossoms bright appear;
Their hearts the living God have ceased to know,
Who gives the springtime to th’expectant year;
They mimic life, as if from him to steal
His glow of health to paint the livid cheek; Read more …

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The Hell Soldiers

4,660 words

federal-siege-guns-yorktown-virginia-during-the-american-civil-war-mathew-bradyThe bend in the river was leafy and green with old trees that hung their thick branches out and over. The shadows were almost black at some parts on the banks, spreading gradually to grey green, then dappling away into nothing by the middle of the water. The sunlight sparkled gold and white on the dark waters. Read more …

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The Second Marriage

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leblanc09aRoger sat in the gaming room of his local pub with a dwindling reserve of chips in his cup. The feeling of sinking deeper into the irredeemable with every coin inserted gave him an odd thrill, even though fundamentally he knew it was stupid. That was the point. And it made a fantasy come to life in his mind: If he kept losing he could always go home to his flat, pack a bag or two, jump in the car and just drive–just say goodbye to everything and maybe get a job picking fruit, cash in hand. Forget the credit card companies and live off the grid somewhere. Read more …

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Heidegger in New York

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Chapter five of a novel, Heidegger in Chicago (a comedy of errors). 

The Plaza Hotel in Manhattan was just as Heidegger remembered it. Read more …

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Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 109
Tito Perdue Reads “Good Things in Tiny Places”

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Now in Stock!
Tito Perdue’s The Node

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Perdue-Tito-The-Node-smallTito Perdue
The Node
Charleston, W.V.: Nine-Banded Books, 2011
258 pages

Read Greg Johnson’s review here

Limited, signed, numbered hardcover edition of 125 copies: $30

Paperback: $10

We have 20 autographed copies of the paperback in stock.  Read more …

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Good Things in Tiny Places

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Editor’s Note:

The following short story was read by Tito Perdue at a banquet in his honor in Atlanta on March 7th, 2015.  Audio version here

Yesterday, on my way to this meeting place, I stopped at a traffic light and fell suddenly into a burning ring of fire Read more …

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Heidegger in Vegas

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The third chapter of a novel, Heidegger in Chicago (a comedy of errors). (Chapter 2 here.)

Dear Professor Heidegger,  Read more …

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Heidegger at Neverland Ranch

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“This is Karl-Heinz Rudiger Gunther Schraeling, The famous nineteenth-century German Philosopher.”

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The second chapter of a novel, Heidegger in Chicago (a comedy of errors). (Chapter 1 here.)

When Heidegger awakened, he thought that someone was slapping him on his left cheek. Then he realized that he was lying on a vinyl car seat, and the car was going down a bumpy road.

It was night. Heidegger sat up slowly. His limbs were stiff. He had no idea how long he had been out, Read more …

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Heidegger in L.A.

All the rage in L.A.

All the rage in L.A.

3,909 words

The first chapter of the novel Heidegger in Chicago: A Comedy of Errors

Chinchilla Heatherton stared up at the man behind the lectern. “He reminds me of my father,” she thought. He too had legs that could bend in the middle, enabling him to sit on objects smaller than himself. He too had colored orbs embedded in his head, enabling him to register light waves refracted off the surface of objects. He too had a hole below the orbs, from which sounds emerged.

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Heidegger in San Francisco

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Illustration by Jef Costello

Illustration by Jef Costello

A short story by Jef Costello

The lesbians of Berkeley can strip a man to the bone in thirty seconds. At least, that was what Heidegger had heard. They lumbered around the U.C. Berkeley campus, their large, pale, shapeless bodies suspended in boiler suits. Land manatees with buzzcut heads full of raised consciousness. One of them dropped a few quarters into the cup of coffee Heidegger was holding as he stood on Telegraph Avenue, trying to find his bearings. He had not been enjoying the coffee anyway. Read more …

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Things

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vanheemlobsterThey were true idealists, from New England. But that is some time ago: before the War. Several years before the War they met and married; he a tall, keen-eyed young man from Connecticut, she a smallish, demure, Puritan-looking young woman from Massachusetts. Read more …

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Now In Stock! 
Morning Crafts

perdue-morningcrafts_1London: Arktos, 2013
166 pages

paperback: $19 

Read Greg Johnson’s review here

Thirteen-year-old Leland Pefley was minding his own business, enjoying a day’s fishing near his father’s farm in Tennessee, when the odd, well-dressed and well-spoken man from the city appeared, inviting Lee to accompany him to a more interesting place.

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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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