|Here I've put up any other essays and articles by Brownejohns, Swartwout, Bonney, or Underhill here that weren't originally published in "Three Weeks." I can't be sure that this is everything they've done, but it's everything I've been able to find - at least as far as writing under these identities goes. Anybody who finds anything else that isn't up here, or who sees something new come out, let me know so I can at least put up a notice and add it to the bibliography. Most of these articles are from the Philadelphia Independent, and the others are from the books, "Fodder" and "To Vote, or Not," which came out the summer before the 2004 election. Also, "Fodder" contains three essays that weren't from the Independent, and I think weren't published anyplace else. One of these is a very informative article about the history of the American political parties, with Brownejohns' ideas about how the two-party system can be changed.
There are some answers to the many questions about what HWB and all have been doing since "Three Weeks" - there are a series of reports from HWB from Cuba, where he seems to have spent a couple of months, while Jonathan Ephrain Underhill reports back from Tangiers.
Some other of the Independent essays are their strongest political and social statements yet. Squeamish readers be warned! I haven't found political writing like this anyplace else. Especially notice the dates on these - Brownejohns etc. were saying things years ago that are only now becoming fashionable among the bloggers and news commentators. And besides that, they say it with literary style. It seems that even if no one knows exactly who they are, they've had a big influence on the development of left wing opinions over the past couple of years.
SOME ESSAYS AREN'T LINKED YET. I HAVEN'T GOTTEN TO POST THEM YET, BUT I AM WORKING ON PUTTING ALL THESE UP EVENTUALLY! LET ME KNOW IF YOU KNOW OF ANYTHING I MISSED!
|The title page of "Fodder" and "To Vote, or Not" says that those books are "Printed Under the Auspices of The Philadelphia Independent, 2004, free of copyright, bound only by glue and the honor system." As all these works are apparently in the public domain by the writer's wish, I am posting these works slowly but surely. I will start with the Introductions to each and try and get the rest of the books out there soon. Of course first people should try and buy their own copy (not too hard in NY, I think - otherwise check at the Philadelphia Independent's website). Most of "Fodder" can be found in its original form above, while "To Vote, or Not" is mostly by other writers, and Swartwout's letter is found above.|