You’re invited to a secret cafe for the benefit of Erik Oseland
What: Breakfast for dinner, warm drinks, and other cozy treats
When: 6-9pm on Sunday, November 28th
Location: Secret! email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information. But
we’ll narrow it down to Minneapolis, MN.
$5-15 requested donation, which will all go towards Erik’s commissary and
Gluten free and vegan treats will be served
Hey there, this is the first reading list I am compiling in effort to stave off really bad books that you might get me on accident (this isn’t to say your taste is bad, it is just a precaution). Also, this isn’t to say that you shouldn’t send me a book you think I would really really like! Surprises can be fun too! Unfortunately, all books must be mailed directly from a publisher or a recognized and verifiable distributor (i.e. Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Borders); fortunately, you can order pretty much any book via Barnes and Noble or Amazon. With out further delay, here it is!
– Books of Norwegian Names.
– How to Stay Alive in the Woods: A Complete Guide to Food, Shelter and Self-Preservation Anywhere (By: Bradford Angier)
– Against History Against Leviathan! (By: Fredy Perlman)
– Letters of Insurgents (By: Fredy Perlman)
– Norsk, nordmenn og Norge 1: Textbook for Beginning Norwegian. (By: Kathleen Strokker & Haddal Odd)
– Discipline and Punish (By: Michel Foucault)
– National Geographic
– Planet Earth (The Book).
– Bleach –past issue #32– (By: Tite Kubo)
– Akira (Graphic Novel/Manga)
– Species Being
– Books about Yoga & Pilates.
– Art of War (By: Sun Tzu) /// There are thousands of different versions of this text; send me all of them.
– Caliban & the Witch (By: Silvia Federici)
– Wolf’s Rain (By: Keiko Nobumoto)
– Dragon Hunter –past issue #4–(By: Hong Seock-Seo)
– Ponyo –the book–.
– N’Dréa: One Woman’s Fight To Die Her Own Way (By: Andréa Dorea)
– Outlaws of the Sertão: Writings of Os Cangaceiros Vol. II (Translated by Wolfi Landstreicher)
– Books (By: Alfredo Bonanno)
– Having little, being much (By: Fredy Perlman)
– Books on Native resistance –Dakota–.
If you decide to buy me a book, e-mail: exitpanopticon(at)yahoo.com saying you did so. This way, I don’t get thirteen copies of the same book.
[Note: Books with a strike through them have already been purchased for Erik.]
Hey there, so, if you’re at this site, it is likely that you’ve been directed here via a friend, an internet post, or whatever. So, I will go ahead and skip the formalities and jump right into the meat of things; y’all know the drill by now, huh?.
- LETTERS: I would love to get a letter from you, I just ask that you refrain from talking about abstract things like your “activism” or the “movement”. I would love to hear about your interests, passions, favorite song lyrics, crushing break-up story, or, vibrant and brilliant life. I will NOT respond to you if you make the terrible mistake of mentioning anything illegal (yes, smoking pot counts); DO NOT talk to me about anything you wouldn’t otherwise talk about in a police station with a pig breathing down your neck. 4×6 pictures are allowed. Polaroids are not. You can write me at:
297 Century Ave S.
Maplewood, MN 55119
- VISITS: I am allowed to have one 20 minute video screen visit per week, 3 people can attend per session (infants count), and I can receive visits Mon-Fri 7:30AM-3:30PM. You must schedule the visit one business day ahead of time. We are coordinating my visits through the following e-mail to deter potential overlap: email@example.com
- MONEY: If you would like to send me money for Doritos, pillows, books, etc. Please e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Talk to you soon?