Synopses & Reviews
reveals that Lunch is at her best when shes at her worst . . . [and] gives voice to her sometimes scary, frequently funny, always canny, never sentimental siren song."Barbara Kruger, Artforum
Lydia Lunch relays in graphic detail the true psychic repercussions of sexual misadventure. From New York to London to New Orleans, Paradoxia is an uncensored, novelized account of one womans assault on men.
Lydia Lunch was the primary instigator of the No Wave Movement and the focal point of the Cinema of Transgression. A musician, writer, and photographer, she exposes the dark underbelly of passion confronting the lusty demons whose struggle for power and control forever stalk the periphery of our collective obsessions.
The unspeakable sexual confessions of legend Lydia Lunch; introduction by Jerry Stahl, afterword by Thurston Moore.
About the Author
Lydia Lunch is a musician, writer, and photographer. Lydia Lunch began her activity in 1979 with Teenage Jesus And The Jerks as lead singer and guitar player, taking part in the No Wave Movement. She has been an actress in experimental movies by Richard Kern and by Beth B and Scott B, and she's also known for her spoken word performances. She's still producing music and collaborating on several projects as Anubian Lights and leading her solo career. She's also involved in writing and has edited books of poetry and fiction, including "Adulterers Anonymous" in collaboration with X's Exene Cervenka, and the novel "Paradoxia: A Predator's Diary".