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Translations, translations and more translations! Devaldes, Novatore, Bonanno and more

Building upon that gratifying Creative Nothing.   Bacchic feasting & forest-deep in translation projects ~ As I work on unearthed Manuel Devaldès, Ernest Cœurderoy & Gérard de Lacaze-Duthiers, le vagabond churns out Renzo Novatore. Next up: completion of Alfredo Bonanno’s ‘Teoria dell’individuo: Max Stirner e il Pensiero Selvaggio’. Excited to bring these works we love to […]

Surpassing Feuerbach ~ a Max Stirner Reader.

As we gift our subscribers a sneak peek… here is a look at another of our completed books, available through Distinctively Dionysian. Surpassing Feuerbach ~ Max Stirner Reader. Part of the six-part book series, available Spring 2018. The book begins with Stirner singling out the liberal humanist ideal then proceeds to Saint Max developing Feuerbach’s theological framework […]

Where nobody obeys nobody commands. —Anselme Bellegarrigue, 1850

A ‘classic’, if you will. A celebratory update, as Distinctively Dionysian translates new Anselme Bellegarigue writings…   I have no ancestors! For me the creation of the world dates from the day of my birth; for me the end of the world will be accomplished on the day when I shall restore to the elementary […]

From the Autumn Edition…

From the back page of the (North American / English) Autumn edition, in circulation now… (right click and open image in a new tab to expand)   To subscribe by snail mail go to Subscribe To subscribe or inquire by e-mail Contact