The following article was originally published as the lead essay in American Book Review in 2011; then it appeared in Revolutionary Brain (Guide Dog Books, 2012). Crisis Art This machine kills fascists –Woody Guthrie On September 5, 1981, the Welsh group that called itself “Women for Life on Earth” arrived on Greenham Common, in Berkshire, […]Read More Crisis Art
Harold Jaffe was recently interviewed by Joe Haske of Rampike Magazine. The following is to be published in September 2013: Joe Haske: You refer to the texts in Revolutionary Brain as “essays and quasi-essays.” I’ve read some of these texts previously in various journals where you have referred to them as “docufiction.” Could you describe your take on genre […]Read More Interview with Harold Jaffe, Forthcoming in Rampike, September 2013.
My novel Paris 60 has been reissued by the Journal of Experimental Fiction (JEF), with a new cover by artist Norman Conquest. It’s now available on Amazon and at SPD Books. Paris 60 Blurb: The 60 entries that constitute Paris 60 were recorded during Harold Jaffe’s Spring 2008 Paris visit to greet the translation into […]Read More Paris 60 Reissued