PRISONERS LIBERATED? Jasun Horsley on Ufos, social engineering, psychology of fragmentation
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All 14 Shooting the Ghost & 24 Crucial Fictions audios are now available in the Podcast Archive section.
This project is still in beta stage and so there is no fixed fee for participation, though there are a few conditions. If you are interested, first fill out the form here, with special attention to the last questions. If you have already done so, simply email me directly, jasun at this website.
With Robert Stark for Stark Radio With Jan Irvin & Joe Atwill for Unspun # 062.
I am now doing regular interviews for The New Books Network. This entails finding new or newish books that interest me (generally on hidden history of one sort or another) and then contacting the publishers for a copy and the authors for an interview. My first published interview is with Lance deHaven Smith, author of … Read more
Jasun Horsley will be traveling from Mount Hope and presenting—himself—in Vancouver this November, expressly in order to find out why he came here. Horsley is a cultural analyst, “existential detective,” and the author of Seen & Not Seen: Confessions of a Movie Autist. With the world for his looking-glass, he reframes popular culture (with special … Read more
Somewhat inspired by talking to Peter Watts this week (although we didn’t discuss his strategy of making his books freely available online), I have decided to make Seen & Not Seen available as a free PDF. At this point there are no longer any illusions about making a dime on the book or getting it reviewed, … Read more
[Edit: this seems to have organically sprouted my own podcast, so my involvement with Doug’s may turn out to be a square Zero.] Doug’s podcast can be followed at Zero Books Blog or Podomatic
The Kubrickon is new multimedia campaign to fathom the secret design behind what I call Stanley Kubrick’s Architecture of Immersion. I have never been a fan of Kubrick’s films; in fact I have disliked the later ones quite a bit but most of all the whole idea that he is a Great Cinematic Genius bugged the … Read more
“Remember remember the fifth of November”
If movies and popular culture shape us from an early age, how do we separate the real from the imaginary? Popular culture mirrors the human soul and it can’t lie about the state it is in—which is what makes it an essential guide on the quest for self-knowledge. Seen and Not Seen: Confessions of … Read more
I will be speaking at Bonus Creative Week in Mexico City, on SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2013, the last slot of the day, and apparently of the whole program (maybe due to my being a last minute addition to the cast). Douglas Rushkoff and Erik Davis will be there too, and I just found out that … Read more
What governs the laws of physics and makes one man’s reality another man’s hallucination? How many points of view does it take to make a consensus? If reality is in the eye of the beholder, why should we believe anything which we can’t see for ourselves? And if our beliefs and perceptions are creating our … Read more