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Book Title: Incriminating Evidence: The Collected Writings of Lydia Lunch|
The author of the book: Lydia Lunch
Edition: Last Gasp
Date of issue: October 1st 1992
ISBN 13: 9780867193800
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Reader ratings: 4.7
Format files: PDF
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like an oreo this little book was for me very black and white, and also like an oreo the best part was in the middle. lydia's larger than life stories are wonderful but there are many instances of poor editing/sequence choices, and many people won't even reach the real meat and juicy stories (or the excellent example of her as a playwright and stage actress) because of the self-conscious warnings being screamed at potential readers throughout the first 1/3 of the book. although the concept of creating a book that insults and warns/wards off the reader is lovely, in practice i know there were stories and a theme she felt compelled to share so she might as well give up being self-conscious at this point, considering she's already talking about fist fucking, rape, murder, sex, drugs, rock'n'roll (rather, daresay NO FUCKING WAVE?) and everything that the life/death-obsessed persons crave [anyway...:].
i read it in a few sittings on the bus. borrow it or steal it. definitely worthwhile, so pay no mind to what i humble consider slow beginnings. there is substance, the kind that will make you laugh and cry and scream at once, if you're patient.
oreos? really? i'm turning into cookie monster.
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Read information about the authorLydia Lunch (born Lydia Koch) is an American singer, poet, writer, and actress.
In the mid-'80s, Lunch formed her own recording and publishing company called "Widowspeak" on which she continues to release a slew of her own material from songs to spoken word.
Later, she was identified by the Boston Phoenix as "one of the 10 most influential performers of the '90s", Lunch's solo career featured collaborations with musicians such as J. G. Thirlwell, Kim Gordon, Thurston Moore, Nick Cave, Marc Almond, Billy Ver Plank, Steven Severin, Robert Quine, Sadie Mae, Rowland S. Howard, Michael Gira, The Birthday Party, Einstürzende Neubauten, Sonic Youth, Die Haut, Omar Rodriguez-Lopez, Black Sun Productions and french band Sibyl Vane who put one of her spoken words into music. She also acted in, wrote, and directed underground films, sometimes collaborating with underground filmmaker and photographer Richard Kern (including several films such as Fingered in which she performed unsimulated sex acts), and more recently has recorded and performed as a spoken word artist, again collaborating with such artists as Exene Cervenka, Henry Rollins, Don Bajema, Hubert Selby Jr., and Emilio Cubeiro, as well as authoring both traditional books and comix (with award-winning graphic novel artist Ted McKeever).
In 1997 she released Paradoxia, a loosely-based autobiography, in which she candidly documented her bisexual dalliances, substance abuse and flirtation with insanity.