ARTICLES BY Dodie Bellamy
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Adjustment Disorder: On Reading Rob Halpern’s Common Place

Dodie Bellamy

07.09.15

“Halpern filters autopsy language through various lyrical and analytic modes, melding it with Whitman, Genet, Foucault, 19th century autopsy manual, Wikileaks document, de Sade, de Beauvoir, Alice Notley, Marx, Hegel, Baudelaire, etc.” Dodie Bellamy reviews.

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Bad Places

Dodie Bellamy

06.03.15

An excerpt from Dodie Bellamy’s When the Sick Rule the World, coming this fall from Semiotext(e).

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Hardcore Shamanism Pt 3: No Blood From This Turnip

Dodie Bellamy

02.27.07

What’s your animal spirit? The graceful leopard? The noble deer? Why not a frog? Maybe you just don’t know. Well don’t fret. There are plenty of new age shamans out there ready and willing to assist you. Just don’t forget your checkbook on the way to the wellness center. Dodie Bellamy takes Fanzine’s readers on a personal Virgilian odyssey through the depths of these cults – in and, well, out. (pt. 3 of 3). If you haven’t already, start here with pt 1.

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Hardcore Shamanism Pt. 2

Dodie Bellamy

02.05.07

What’s your animal spirit? The graceful leopard? The noble deer? Why not a frog? Maybe you just don’t know. Well don’t fret. There are plenty of new age shamans out there ready and willing to assist you. Just don’t forget your checkbook on the way to the wellness center. Dodie Bellamy takes Fanzine’s readers on a personal Virgilian odyssey through the depths of these cults – in and, well, out. (pt. 2 of 3).

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Hardcore Shamanism

Dodie Bellamy

01.19.07

What’s your animal spirit? The graceful leopard? The noble deer? Why not a frog? Maybe you just don’t know. Well don’t fret. There are plenty of new age shamans out there ready and willing to assist you. Just don’t forget your checkbook on the way to the wellness center. Dodie Bellamy takes Fanzine’s readers on a personal Virgilian odyssey through the depths of these cults – in and, well, out. (pt. 1 of 3).

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Intr. Dodie Bellamy’s Pink Steam: The Column

Dodie Bellamy

07.21.05

Author Dodie Bellamy takes Martha Stewart to task as Fanzine’s representative hearth warming "seeker," looking for good food, exercise and all the other trimmings. The column’s title is from her novel, Pink Steam. Her first piece: "What Are We Fighting For? Yoga and the Raw Foods Restaurant with Tariq Alvi"