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Be Yourself?

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Andy Nowicki’s Counter-Currents article “In Defense of ‘Squares’” has prompted a reply from Ferdinand Bardamu, “Can You See the Real Me?” Both articles raise important questions about identity in connection with the “game” or “PUA” (pickup artist) phenomenon.

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In Defense of “Squares”:
A Response to Jack Donovan

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I haven’t yet read Jack Donovan’s new book The Way of Men, though I plan to do so. However, having read Jack’s intriguing reply to Jef Costello, I find myself compelled to raise an issue related to the contemporary masculinist movement, of which I know Jack to be an enthusiastic advocate.

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Andy Nowicki Media Blitz Continues

Tullio Crali, "Bombardamento aereo," 1932

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Counter-Currents’ own Andy Nowicki is at it again, with two new interviews at the Voice of Reason:

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Our Bloody Valentine: Free E-Book Version of 
Andy Nowicki’s The Columbine Pilgrim

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We are pleased to announce that Andy Nowicki’s novel The Columbine Pilgrim is now available as a Free Kindle E-Book. Click here for the free download

This download is available until the end of Saturday, February 18th, 2012 (Midnight, Pacific Standard Time). Read more …

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Podcast No. 3 
Interview with Andy Nowicki

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Editor’s Note:

Due to technical problems with the recording, we have decided it best to release only the transcript of our interview with Andy Nowicki.

Mike Polignano:  Welcome to Counter-Currents Radio. We’re joined here today by one of our authors, Andy Nowicki. Read more …

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Bright Lights, Big Nothing:
Andy Nowicki’s Under the Nihil

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Andy Nowicki
Under the Nihil
San Francisco: Counter-Currents, 2011
108 pages

Like a hellhound on the heels of his last book, The Doctor and the Heretic, comes snarling in Andy Nowicki’s Into the Nihil (pronounced, as the characters do, as “Nile,” as in Land of the Dead). Read more …

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Andy Nowicki & Ward Kendall Interviewed on VOR

Edward Burne-Jones, Angel, stained glass, St. Catherine window at Christchurch Cathedral Oxford

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Two novelists who have published their works at Counter-Currents, Andy Nowicki and Ward Kendall, have recently been interviewed on the Voice of Reason Broadcast Network.

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Under the Nihil

Andy Nowicki
Under the Nihil
San Francisco: Counter-Currents, 2011
108 pages

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Into the Nihil

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Editor’s Note:

The following is an excerpt from Chapter 2 of Andy Nowicki’s new novella, Under the Nihil, which Counter-Currents is publishing later this month.

When I opened my eyes the next morning and saw you standing before me, Mr. X, I didn’t at all wonder who you were; I didn’t care. Read more …

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Now Available on Kindle! 
The Columbine Pilgrim

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Andy Nowicki’s The Columbine Pilgrim is now available in an Amazon Kindle edition.

Other Counter-Currents titles available in Kindle editions include:

Greg Johnson, Confessions of a Reluctant Hater

Ward Kendall, Hold Back This Day

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The Doctor & the Heretic & Other Stories

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Andy Nowicki
The Doctor and the Heretic and Other Stories
Rockford, Ill.: Black Oak Media, 2011.

“‘If this is grace,’ he muttered through clenched teeth, ‘then why does it feel like Hell?’” — “Tears of the Damned: A Counterfactual Tale”  Read more …

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Already Dead:
The Manifesto of a Blonde Beast

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“From this time forth
My thoughts be bloody, or be nothing worth.”
—Hamlet

In my novella The Columbine Pilgrim, published by Counter-Currents earlier this year, I explore how a seemingly “normal” person can, after enduring a series of perceived traumas and humiliations, reach a point of terrifying psychic rupture, after which he emerges profoundly transformed, grotesquely shorn of all former vestiges of sanity, restraint, and conscience. Read more …

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Tom Sunic interviews Andy Nowicki about The Columbine Pilgrim

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Tom Sunic interviews Andy Nowicki about his novel The Columbine Pilgrim, published by Counter-Currents and available here and at Amazon.com in handsome hardcover and paperback editions. Read more …

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Derek Turner reviews The Columbine Pilgrim at the New English Review

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English writer Derek Turner, editor of the Quarterly Review, has penned a glowing review of Andy Nowicki’s novella The Columbine Pilgrim at the New English Review. Read more …

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Matt Parrott interviews Andy Nowicki about The Columbine Pilgrim

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Matt Parrott interviews Andy Nowicki about his novel The Columbine Pilgrim, published by Counter-Currents and available here and at Amazon.com in handsome hardcover and paperback editions. Read more …

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Andy Nowicki, author of The Columbine Pilgrim, to appear on The Political Cesspool Radio Program

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Andy Nowicki, the author of the novella The Columbine Pilgrim, recently published by Counter-Currents, is in the news. Read more …

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Andy Nowicki on The Columbine Pilgrim

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Andy Nowicki’s The Columbine Pilgrim

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Andy Nowicki
The Columbine Pilgrim
San Francisco: Counter-Currents, 2011
112 pages
Hardcover: $25, paperback: $16

“Anyway, the day I was there I saw this huge cockroach crawling across the floor. I don’t think I’ve ever seen a bigger, more repulsive-looking bug in my life. Without even thinking, I just smooshed it with my foot, and then all of a sudden Tony got really mad at me.

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Excerpt from The Columbine Pilgrim

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Editor’s Note:

The following is an excerpt from the Prologue of Andy Nowicki’s new novella The Columbine Pilgrim, fresh off the presses at Counter-Currents and available for order here or at Amazon.com.

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