Martin Billheimer

Martin Billheimer is the author of Mother Chicago: Truant Dreams and Specters of the Gilded Age. He lives in Chicago.

White Man’s Country and the Iron Room

Strategies of Rose and Thorn in Portland

William Wilson, Inc.

Balm for Goat’s Milk

Radio Free Congo

Regla, Shadowless Port

Capital of Pain

Sokolov’s Vulgar Shore: “Between Dog & Wolf”

Last Tango in Moscow

Red Carnival in a Lonely Place: Clancy Sigal’s “Black Sunset”

Now and Then, Ancient Sorceries

Old Night Business

The Rules of the Prison Game

Johnny Dowd: Philosopher or Junkyard Dog?

They Shoot Horses, Don’t They?

Imhotep Quo Vadis: the Poetry of Sun Ra

Grand Guignol: No Tears for the World

A Penny for the Old Druid

The Fall and Fatal Triumph of Sleaze

At the Limit of the Electric Pencil

The Museum of Toys and Its Double

Another Witness Against the Beast

Unica Zürn, Reporting

Our Lady of Morphine