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The revolution will be accessorized : BlackBook presents dispatches from the new counterculture

Author: Aaron Hicklin
Publisher: New York : Harper Perennial, ©2006.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Since it first went to press in 1996, BlackBook has established itself as an arbiter of style, and a forum for new and dynamic writing. The Revolution Will Be Accessorized gathers many of the magazine's strongest pieces, and the result is a star-studded collection that addresses the intersection of pop culture, the arts, politics, and fashion, with provocative contributions from many of today's best writers,
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Aaron Hicklin
ISBN: 9780060847326 0060847328
OCLC Number: 67988632
Description: xiv, 215 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: Introduction / Jay McInerney --
L.A. bourgeois / Meghan Daum --
When ass kissing became networking / Dirk Wittenborn --
Douglas Coupland vs. Naomi Klein --
If it makes you think, is it fashion? / Glenn O'Brien --
Harold and Maude is forever / Emma Forrest --
The angriest book club in America / Bruno Maddox --
Joan Didion vs. Meghan Daum --
In praise of zoos / Alain de Botton --
Santa shrink / Augusten Burroughs --
April foolery / Sam Lipsyte --
Bullets and brandy and ice dust / DBC Pierre --
My mother was a monster / Ryan Boudinot --
The Hemingway challenge --
24-hour party people: Irvine Welsh meets Damien Hirst --
The last Christmas / M.J. Hyland --
Sneakers make the boy / Jonathan Ames --
Demon club soda / Toby Young --
Wrapping with Christo / Dana Vachon --
Sticky feet / Bill Powers --
Matthew Barney vs. Jeff Koons --
Reef or madness? / Neal Pollack --
The big sell / Mike Albo --
If death is just a doorway--
why shouldn't it have a door policy? / Chuck Palahniuk --
Greyhound across America / William T. Vollman --
Flower hunting in the Congo / JT LeRoy --
Ghostwalk / Victor Bockris.
Other Titles: Black book (Black Book Publishing Corp.)
Responsibility: edited by Aaron Hicklin.

Abstract:

Since it first went to press in 1996, BlackBook has established itself as an arbiter of style, and a forum for new and dynamic writing. The Revolution Will Be Accessorized gathers many of the magazine's strongest pieces, and the result is a star-studded collection that addresses the intersection of pop culture, the arts, politics, and fashion, with provocative contributions from many of today's best writers, including: Augusten Burroughs on Christmas with his mother, Jonathan Ames on his.

Boyhood sneaker fetish, Meghan Daum on L.A. bourgeois.

Also included are pieces by Neal Pollack, Sam Lipsyte, Joan Didion, Naomi Klein, William T. Vollmann, DBC Pierre, Emma Forrest, and Douglas Coupland, among others. Raw, edgy, and always insightful, The Revolution Will Be Accessorized is a window on to what's happening outside the mainstream. Book jacket.

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