地下室の箱 (Right To Life) (Japan)
Japanese edition of Right To Life, translated by Hiroshi Kaneko.
Ephemera was offered as a premium by Gauntlet Press in conjunction with their limited edition hardcover of Cover.
This limited edition chapbook contains pieces written during the summer of 1969 and features a self-portrait on the cover.
- on the circumstance of marat/sade
- rehearsal in situ
- Notes: October 31, 1968 (Graffiti?)
Before there was Jack Ketchum there was Jerzy Livingston, a writer new at his craft but thoroughly jazzed to it, living in a very strange time in a very strange New York City, going straight to hell in a handbasket and loving every minute, writing stories for the likes of Swank, Cavalier, Genesis, Nugget, and High Society. Dark, black-comic stories mostly, the kind you might almost expect of the Ketchum who was waiting in the wings. The Sexual Revolution was lost by then -lost on all fronts- and only a few had noticed. He had. He was whistling in a graveyard.
- The Hang Up
- The Heat
- Skin Game
- Bosom Buddies (aka The Burn Artist)
- The Rubdown
- Fixing Her Plumbing (aka Never Trust a Smart Cunt with Two First Names)
- Dancing’ (aka Old Men Dancing)
- The Liar
- The French
- The Christmas Caller
- Head Games (aka East Side Story)
- Dead Heat
- The Making of a Religious Cult (lettered edition only)