Feral House

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'''Feral House''' is a book publishing company in Los Angeles, CA. It is owned by [[Adam Parfrey]]. It specializes in "forbidden topics," notably drugs, crime and the occult.
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'''Feral House''' is a book publishing company in Los Angeles, CA. It was founded in 1989 by [[Adam Parfrey]], who still owns the company. It specializes in "forbidden topics," notably drugs, crime and the occult.
Feral House is perhaps best known for publishing the work of Anton Szandor LaVey, founder of the Church of Satan, and ''Lords of Chaos'', an examination of Norwegian metal music written by Michael Moynihan. However, it has also published collected articles from [[zine|zines]] (including [[Pills-a-Go-Go]] and [[Rollerderby]]) and books by noted [[zinester|zinesters]] (including [[Sean Tejaratchi]], [[Donna Kossy]] and [[Jim Goad]]).
Feral House is perhaps best known for publishing the work of Anton Szandor LaVey, founder of the Church of Satan, and ''Lords of Chaos'', an examination of Norwegian metal music written by Michael Moynihan. However, it has also published collected articles from [[zine|zines]] (including [[Pills-a-Go-Go]] and [[Rollerderby]]) and books by noted [[zinester|zinesters]] (including [[Sean Tejaratchi]], [[Donna Kossy]] and [[Jim Goad]]).

Revision as of 23:35, 29 August 2006

Feral House is a book publishing company in Los Angeles, CA. It was founded in 1989 by Adam Parfrey, who still owns the company. It specializes in "forbidden topics," notably drugs, crime and the occult.

Feral House is perhaps best known for publishing the work of Anton Szandor LaVey, founder of the Church of Satan, and Lords of Chaos, an examination of Norwegian metal music written by Michael Moynihan. However, it has also published collected articles from zines (including Pills-a-Go-Go and Rollerderby) and books by noted zinesters (including Sean Tejaratchi, Donna Kossy and Jim Goad).

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