Race Traitor #9

Race Traitor #9

9th issue of Race Traitor: Surrealism special, Summer 1998.

Table of Contents

The Chicago Surrealist Group: Introduction

Surrealists on Whiteness, from 1925 to the Present

Franklin Rosemont: Surrealism - Revolution Against Whiteness

J. Allen Fees: Burning the Days

Dave Roediger: Plotting Against Eurocentrism

Pierre Mabille: The Marvelous Basis of a Free Society

Philip Lamantia: The Days Fall Asleep with Riddles

The Surrealist Group of Madrid: Beyond Anti-Racism

Penelope Rosemont: Nancy Cunard - "Thinking Sympathetically Black"

Nancy Cunard: "Does Anyone Know Any Negroes?" (1931)

Myrna Bell Rochester: René Crevel: Critic of White Patriarchy

René Crevel: The Black Woman in the Brothel (1931)

Surrealist Group of France: Murderous Humanitarianism (1932)

Ronnie Burk: Racist Clichés in the U.S.A.

Irene Plazewska: Dream Constellations

Paul Garon: Psychiatry's White Problem - Racism as Therapy

Eric Bragg: Miserabilism and the New Eugenics

Larry Romano: Oh Sisters of Haiti

Artur do Cruzeiro Seixas: My Escape to Africa

Franklin Rosemont: Jacques Vaché, One-Man War Against Whiteness

Joseph Jablonski: Lord Buckley

Ron Sakolsky: Harry Smith's American Dreamscape

Charles Radcliffe: Whitewashing the Blues

Daniel C. Boyer: Are You Crazy? Mental Illness & Whiteness

The Surrealist Movement in the U.S.: For Tyree Guyton

Hilary Booth: We're Sorry He's Not Sorry

REVIEWS
Ronnie Burk: The Forecast Is Hot! Tracts of the Surrealist Movement in the U.S., 1966-1976, by Franklin Rosemont, Penelope Rosemont and Paul Garon

Dennis Brutus: Black on White: Black Writers on What it Means to Be White, edited by Dave Roediger

Tom Moon: Blues and the Poetic Spirit by Paul Garon

F. R.: Somewhere in Advance of Nowhere by Jayne Cortez

Dave Roediger: Yo' Mama's Disfunktional by Robin D. G. Kelley

Rachel Blackwell: The Story of Mary MacLane & Other Writings, edited by Penelope Rosemont

Warren Leming: From Bughouse Square to the Beat Generation: Selected Ravings of Slim Brundage, edited/introduced by Franklin Rosemont

Peter Lamborn Wilson: Paschal Beverly Randolph: A 19th2DCentury Black American Spiritualist, Rosicrucian and Sex Magician by John P. Deveney

F. R.: Bed of Sphinxes by Philip Lamantia

ILLUSTRATIONS:
Victor Brauner, Ronnie Burk, Laura Corsigilia, Artur do Cruzeiro Seixas, Robert Green, Ted Joans, Ribitch, Marko Ristic, Franklin Rosemont, Penelope Rosemont, Joel Williams, Haifa Zangana

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