Strange Attractor Journal One

Strange Attractor Journal One

Edited by Mark Pilkington

High strangeness from the acclaimed Strange Attractor anthology series.

Distributed for Strange Attractor Press




High strangeness from the acclaimed Strange Attractor anthology series.

ContentsPilgrimage to Truth Mountain: Life Reform 1900-1920 by Alex Martin The Last Cargo Cult by Mike Jay • Sadhus, Sannyasis, Ascetic Mendicants & Renouncers by Tom Vater Herworld artworks by Cathy Ward Strange Cults and Secret Societies of Modern London by Father Alan Walker • Welcome to Disturbia by Ken Hollings • Magick Cyrkles: Glasgow Walks & Photographs by Drew Mulholland Derek Raymond & Patrick Hamilton: Drinking in London Through their Eyes by Cathi Unsworth Lost Wax: Blackpool's Passed Attraction by Cathy Ward The Craft of Ladies' Hairdressing Rediscovered by Xtina Lamb Rorschach Audio: Art & Illusion for Sound by Joe Banks • Mind the Zap: Mind Control at Greenham Common? • Helen John interviewed by John Lundberg The Return of the Old Ones: HP Lovecraft & the crisis of Modernity by Justin Woodman In Search of Terror's Degree Zero by Tom McCarthy Montague Summers, the Marquis de Sade and the Curious World of the British Society for the Study of Sex Psychology by Timothy d'Arch Smith David Lindsay: Arcturus & Beyond by Mark Valentine The Myth of Punch by Eric, Count Stenbock. Introduced by David Tibet The Book of Fortunatus by Doug Skinner


Out of Print ISBN: 9780954805401 276 pp. | 6 in x 8.5 in 83 b&w illus.


Mark Pilkington

Mark Pilkington founded Strange Attractor in 2001 and the Press in 2004. He is the author of 'Mirage Men' (2010), which was made into a feature documentary film in 2013, and 'Far Out: 101 Strange Tales from Science's Outer Edge' (2007). His writing has appeared in publications including Fortean Times (where he was a contributing editor) The Guardian, Frieze, Boing Boing, Sight and Sound, the Wire and various anthologies and catalogues. Mark is also half of the experimental synthesiser musical duo Teleplasmiste.