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Mar 25, 2013 3

Adam Parfrey had a profound effect on the brain of young Marc Maron. As the publisher of Feral House books and curator of the Apocalypse Culture series, Adam opened the minds of many unsuspecting readers to the weird, the marginal, the obscene and the mysteries of the world hidden in plain sight. Marc talks with Adam about the connections between Freemasons, Manson, JFK and more. This episode is sponsored by Stamps.com. Click on the mic and enter WTF to start a no-risk trial.

3 Comments
  • almost eleven months ago
    barry
    I have Apocalypse Culture II and my favorite part are the letters that people have sent to Anton Lavey. offering their souls for special powers and all kinds of crazy stuff. Feral House books are not for everyone, and I would proceed with caution.. I don't leave mine on the coffee table or anything, but I have re-read it a few times. Feral House is a true original as is Adam.
  • a year and a half ago
    Max
    Outstanding! Having shelved/skimmed/maybe read those books for many years it was great to hear Parfrey talk about them. Marc, your knowledge of all that 'apocalyptic' culture revealed you to be quite the book nerd. Huzzah!
  • a year and a half ago
    MarcNeedsToSayWhatTheFrakers
    I found this particular interview interesting, but it felt like it was skimming the surface of a lot of things, like you said unless we knew what you were talking about we probably wouldn't understand the discussion. This made me curious about some of the books mentioned in the interview. It would be swell if you could post a list of them. I could find some of the ones I remembered, but others not. Such as City of Corpse, at least I think that's what you called it and same for The Three Exits. The names of course might be wrong