Datacide Seventeen reprinted and back in stock

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Datacide Seventeen is now back in stock. After a few months out of print this issue has been reprinted.

Main features of this 17th issue of the magazine for noise & politics are Jo Burzynska’s interview with Cosey Fanni Tutti titles Memoirs of a Woman of Extreme Pleasures, Howard Slater’s article on Third Cinema Unparaphraseable Life, as well as the first English translation of Boris Souvarine’s Black October from 1927 about ten years of the Russian Revolution, here reprinted 100 years after the event. Plus many other contributions well worth reading.

Click here for the complete Table of Contents.

And click here to Buy the issue directly from us for EUR 6.00 including world wide shipping, or subscribe for four issue for EUR 23.00.

A digital version which already exists for Datacide Eighteen is being prepared. At the same time, we’re planning to reprint the currently out-of-print issues 11 and 16, as well as the long overdue new of the book collecting issues 1-10.

The next issue, Datacide Nineteen is also being prepared now…

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