Road to Interzone

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by Michael Stevens

RealityStudio is proud to present this digital edition of a key Burroughs reference work, Michael Stevens’ The Road to Interzone: Reading William S. Burroughs Reading. Published by Suicide Press in 2009, Road to Interzone is a bibliography of Burroughs’ reading — an index to the books known to have been read, blurbed, or cut up by the author of Naked Lunch. Road to Interzone is currently out of print, although Stevens has been preparing a third edition for future publication. Indeed the PDF which you can download here at RealityStudio contains an appendix, “Select Additions for a Third Edition of The Road to Interzone (2010-2012).”

“Michael Stevens’s The Road to Interzone,” Davis Schneiderman writes, “offers an outstanding contribution to the newest work on Burroughs.” Jed Birmingham adds that, “Like Oliver Harris’ The Secret of Fascination and Robert Sobieszek’s Ports of Entry before it, The Road to Interzone is an indispensable addition to the canon of Burroughs Studies.”


Posted by RealityStudio on 14 April 2018.

5 thoughts on “Road to Interzone

  1. That’s excellent. Thanks for the pdf.

    As a government employee for the City of Philadelphia it would be subversive to download this here and now at work. However, it would also be stupid because I need to keep my job and pay bills. I’m filing all boardroom reports from within whilst working for the clampdown. Downloading is tempting tho.

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