Frank Key. The gentleman is an acquired taste, and this is a taste I acquired back in 1990 or so. His books for children, such as “Derek the Dust Particle”, are truly inspired, and recommended if you want your children to grow up to be like me.“Beat Your Relatives To A Bloody Pulp” by Maxim Décharné. A Narrative Concerning the Proper Chastisement of Personages Without Whom &c &c.“Literary Machines” by Ted Nelson. Describes the design of the Xanadu system. Self-published by Ted.Bob Black, “Friendly Fire”. Compilation of articles by everyone’s favorite anarchist.