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The Works of William S. Burroughs

Books

1953

Junky: Confessions of an Unredeemed Drug Addict
(under the pseudonym William Lee until 1964)
(Ace Books)

1959

The Naked Lunch
Olympia Press

1961

The Soft Machine
Olympia Press

1962

The Ticket That Exploded
Olympia Press

1963

Dead Fingers Talk
(Contains excerpts from Naked Lunch, The Soft Machine and The Ticket That Exploded)
Calder/Olympia Press

1964

Nova Express
Grove

Roosevelt After Inauguration
(under pseudonym Willy Lee)
Fuck You Press, 1964.

1965

Valentine's Day Reading
American Theatre for Poets

The White Subway
Aloes Books

Health Bulletin: APO:33:A Metabolic Regulator
Fuck You Press

Time
"C" Press

1968

They Do Not Always Remember
Delacorte

1969

Ali's Smile
Unicorn Books

The Dead Star
Nova Broadcast Press

1971

The Wild Boys: A Book of the Dead
Grove

1971

Electronic Revolution
Blackmoor Head Press

1973

Mayfair Academy Series More or Less
Urgency Press Ripoff

Exterminator!
Viking/Seaver

1974

The Book of Breething
OU Press

1975

Port of Saints
Convent Garden Press

1976

Cobblestone Gardens
Cherry Valley

The Retreat Diaries
City Moon

1978

Naked Scientology
Expanded Media Editions

Short Novels
Calder

1979

Doctor Benway: A Variant Passage from "The Naked Lunch"
Bradford Morrow

Blade Runner: A Movie
Blue Wind Press

1981

Early Routines
Cadmus Editions

Cities of the Red Night
Holt

1984

The Place of Dead Roads
Holt

1986

Queer
Viking


Collaborations 1960

The Exterminator
(With Brion Gysin)
Auerhaun Press

Minutes To Go
(With Brion Gysin, Sinclair Beiles and Gregory Corso)
Two Cities Editions

1965

Darayt
(With Lee Harwood)
Lovebooks

1967

So Who Owns Death TV?
With Claude Pelieu and Carl Weissner
Beach Book Texts and Documents

1970

The Braille Film
With Carl Weissner
Nova Broadcast Press

Third Mind
With Brion Gysin
Grove

1971

Jack Kerouac (in French)
(With Claude Pelieu)
L'Herne

1973

Brion Gysin Let the Mice In
(With Brion Gysin and Ian Somerville)
Something Else Press

1975

Sidetripping
(With Charles Gatewood)
Strawberry Hill

Snack: Two Tape Transcripts
(With Eric Mottram)
Aloes Books


Contributions 1961

A Casebook on the Beat
Edited by Thomas Parkinson
Contributor
Crowell

1982

The Final Academy: Statements of a Kind
Edited by Roger Ely
Contributor
Final Academy

Other 1963

Takis
Exhibition catalog

1970

The Last Words of Dutch Schultz: A Fiction in the Form of a Film Script
Cape Goliard Press

1978

23 Skidoo
Author of text
First produced in New York City at the Washington Square Methodist Church


Collections 1979

Ah Pook is Here and Other Texts: The Book of Breething, Electronic Revolution
Calder

1982

A William Burroughs Reader
Pan Books

1984

The Burroughs File
Includes The White Subway, Cobblestone Gardens and The Retreat Diaries
City Lights

1998

Word Virus: the William S. Burroughs Reader
ed. James Grauerhols and Ira Silverberg
int. by Ann Douglasbr>Grove Press


Essays 1985

The Adding Machine: Collected Essays
Calder


Letters 1963

The Yage Letters
(With Allen Ginsberg)
City Lights

1981

Letters to Allen Ginsberg, 1953-1957
Full Court Press


Films 1963

Towers Open Fire
(With Brion Gysin)

1966

Bill and Tony
(With Antony Balch)

Recordings 1965

Call Me Burroughs
English Bookshop

1975

William S. Burroughs/John Giorno
Giorno Poetry Systems

1981

You're the Man I Want To Share My Money With
Giorno Poetry Systems

Nothing Here Now but the Recordings
Industrial Records, 1981.

1982

Revolutions Per Minute (The Art Record)
Contributor
Ronald Feldmann Fine Arts

Old Lady Sloan
Recorded by Mortal Micronotz on the album "The Mortal Micronotz"
Composer
Fresh Sounds

Life is a Killer
Contributor
Giorno Poetry Systems.

1990

Spare Ass Annie

Dead City Radio
Island Records

1992

The "Priest" They Called Him
(With Kurt Cobain on guitar)
Tim Kerr Records


Interviews 1969

Entretiens avec William Burroughs
Editions Pierre Belfond
Translation published as The Job: Interviews with William S. Burroughs
Grove, 1970.


Film and TV Appearances 1989

Drugstore Cowboy
Directed by Gus Van Sant