This small detail from The Gospel According to Malfew Seklew, published circa 1927, appeared circa 1916 in School Sewing Based on Home Problems by Ida and Myron Burton, published circa 1916. That is all!
“Cruel Tax Man Puts ‘Kibosh’ on Famous Bohemian Meetings” – The Muscatine Journal “Club Killed by Taxes” – The Oakland Tribune “Dill Pickle Club Gone” – The Des Moines Tribune Newspapers across the land marked the closing of the doors of the Dil Pickle Club on July 8, 1921 – one hundred years ago on […]
Maureen Wright has reviewed A Brave and Beautiful Spirit: Dora Marsden 1882-1960 by Les Garner (Portland: Union of Egoists, 2019) for the journal Women’s History Review. The first page of her review may be seen here. A quote: “Dora Marsden is a key figure among such pioneers [Freethinkers, Socialists, and the feminist avante-garde].”
This image of Dora Marsden from Votes for Women has not been reprinted since its first publication on July 22, 1910.
THE GABBERS MUMBLE ON. A 65-Year-Old Entrant, However, Quits Because of Drastic Hales. New York, Dec. 27. – The worlds championship gabfest, at the 71st regiment armory, lost its philosophical mouthpiece today when F. M. Wilkesbarre, Sirfessor of Superology and Lord of Interpretations, Master of Mentoidology and the Demi-god of the Semi-Damned, dropped out of […]
The Union of Egoists website went live early 2016 but officially announced April 1st of that year. The entire chat of February 2nd, 2016 between Trevor Blake and myself that crystalized the idea was printed at the end of Der Geist Issue 1, and titled “A Unique Conversation”, published in the following year. Der Geist […]
Daily Herald (28 March 1914) SIMPOLEONS! Listen! Don’t be a blister on the Bosom of Time, but look like Napoleons of Labour by wearing “Sericine” Silk Ties. Something new. Seklew’s Sample Shilling Set: 3 Ties, 1 Tie-maker, 1 silver-cased Collar-fastener. 1s the Lot. Agents wanted. Particulars 1d. – Seklew and Co., 11, Chester Street, C.-on-M., […]
A Poetic Beer Drinker Mr. “Pussyfoot” Johnson and his American antagonist, Mr. F. M. Wilkesbarr met for the first time on the same platform at Manchester, England, recently. Mr. Johnson stateted his case for prohibition in a voice which grew hoarser as he became more impressive over the iniquities of the “traffic.” It was from […]
To the Editor of T.P.’s WEEKLY. SIR,- Our Society has been very much interested in your articles on Nietzsche, and feels indebted to Mr. Holbrook Jackson for his lucid and remarkably unbiassed article on this advocator of the Superman and the Super-Race. It has been Nietzsche’s misfortune to […]
GODSDIENST, WIJSBEGEERTE MAX STIRNER. – Het Kersouwken van Ant- M werpen geeft tans Stirner’s werk uit in het Nederlands. Eerst verscheen zijn hoofdwerk: “De Eenige en z’n Eigendom”. Hier hebben we één van zijn kleinere werken: “Het Leugenachtig Princiep onzer opvoeding of ‘t Humanisme en Realisme”. – De vertalingen zijn van Jaak Lansen. Het […]