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A first-ever collection of documents that makes a strong articulate case for radio as a communication of hope and horror -- an "other" medium. This is our Big Grey Book of Radio -- from the avant garde to the prescriptive, radio as subversive instrument, political cudgel, and prank. Includes work by: Leon Trotsky, Tetsuo Kogawa, Ezra Pound, Abbie Hoffman, Sinclair, Bertolt Brecht, Weill, Negativland, Marinetti, George Orwell, and many more.
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As an edited work on radio this has to be the best book so far and a modern update is needed althought there are no better candidates in the horizon. Radio, in itself, is a complex thing, with many faces and ways to interact and exist. One of the best things of this collection of texts is to showcase it. For anyone with a deep interest in radio this surely is a must have.