Special priced bundle, available for a limited time and exclusively for our newsletter subscribers. Includes…
- Modern Primitives. Rare, limited edition hardback. Only 500 copies made. Super archival edition printed on superior, glossy art paper for sharper images. This is the 20th Anniversary Edition of MODERN PRIMITIVES—a book which launched a “Revolution” and introduced the world to body piercing and tattoos.
- FREE BONUS: Modern Pagans. The “spiritual successor” to Modern Primitives. Includes 34 interviews on paganism, witchcraft, etc. Features a rare article by Lady Jaye (subject of The Ballad of Genesis and Lady Jaye), Genesis P-Orridge, Diane di Prima, Starhawk, Thorn Coyle, LaSara Firefox, Carol Queen, Diana Paxson, Margot Adler, Erik Davis, Isaac Bonewits (R.I.P.), and many more. Discussions on the subjects of: Wicca, Witchcraft, Pagan Sex, Pagan Child Raising, Pagan Politics, Protest, Creativity, The Origin of the Universe, Health & The Pagan Diet, Pagan Fashion and Style. Plus much more!
- FREE BONUS: A mini-print of the Modern Primitives book cover, signed by editor V. Vale.
Praise for Modern Primitives:
“Modern Primitives is a stunning compilation, so densely packed with strange material that all adds up to something much more than a succession of mere weirdnesses — the human body as its own extreme metaphor, or the body as an extreme metaphor of its own mind. A real terminal document.” – J.G. Ballard
“As the man credited with launching the contemporary tattoo and body-modification movements almost single-handedly, UC Berkeley grad V. Vale has been called a prophet. His 1989 book MODERN PRIMITIVES inspired a generation to ink, pierce, and decoratively scar itself, not to mention branding itself with hot metal and rerouting its genitals.”—Anneli Rufus, East Bay Express
“A whole new generation needs to be exposed to this foundational handbook and manifesto for the body modification generation.”—Tattoo Mike
Praise for Modern Pagans:
“This book does a wonderful job of capturing the contemporary Pagan movement in the voices of its own members drawn out in skillful interviews. Highly recommended.” — Pangaia Magazine
“This is not your suburban, SUV-driving brand of Wicca, but rather a glimpse of outlaw Paganism.” — The Well-Read Witch