JIM HAYNES

 

Books by Jim Haynes
   
Traverse Plays Traverse Plays, Penguin Books, London, 1966.
Edited by Jim Haynes.
>>
 
Hello, I Love You!  Hello, I Love You! Voices from within the Sexual Revolution
First published in 1974 by Jim Haynes under various imprints, Jean Lafitte Editions, Almonde Editions, Handshake Editions, edited by Jeanne Pasle Green and Jim Haynes.
Translated and published in French, German and Italian.
A semi-pirate edition published by Times Change Press in California in 1974.
>>
 
Workers of the World, Unite and Stop Working!  Workers of the World, Unite and Stop Working! A Reply to Marxism
First published in a bi-lingual English/French edition by Dandelion Editions, Paris, in 1978.
Later published in a German-language edition and a bi-lingual English/Russian edition in St. Petersburg.
A new edition published by Glas, Moscow in English in 2002.
>>
 
Everything Is!  Everything Is! Soft Manifestos for Our Time
Published by Handshake Editions in Paris in 1980.
Later published in German-language Edition by Volksverlag in 1981.
Translated into French and published in a small edition by Handshake Editions in 1981.
Also Glas Publications in Moscow brings out a new edition in English in 2002.
>>
 
Homage to Henry  Homage to Henry, a homage to Henry Miller
A collection of essays about Henry Miller edited by Jim Haynes and published by Handshake Editions, Paris in 1980. Re-printed in 1982. New edition in 2005
>>
 
More Romance, Less Romanticism  More Romance, Less Romanticism
Edited by Jim Haynes.
Published in an extremely limited edition by Handshake Editions in Paris in 1982.
>>
 
Thanks for Coming!  C'est Ma Vie, Folks and Thanks for Coming!
A Participatory Autobiography, published in an edition of 25 copies by Handshake Editions, Paris in 1982.
Later published in one volume, and both cut and extended by Faber & Faber, London in 1984.
Faber, Boston, also published it in the USA.
Currently out of print, but I still have a few copies in Paris.
>>
 
Round the World in 33 Days  Round the World in 33 Days
edited by Jim Haynes,
published by Glas, Moscow in 2002, in English.
>>
 
Very Rough and Very Self-indulgent Year by Year Chronology  Very Rough and Very Self-indulgent Year by Year Chronology,
published by Handshake Editions, Paris in 2005.
>>
 
Tales of Love, Lust, Adventure and other things  Tales of Love, Lust, Adventure and other things
published by Handshake Editions. Stories from the Sunday night dinners. Edited by Jim Haynes.
>>
 
 
top of page
Other media
   
International Times

 International Times. Co-founder, with Jack Henry Moore, John Hopkins, Barry Miles, Michael Henshaw, of the newspaper, "International Times", London, 1967 and Member of the Editorial Board of Directors.

 
SUCK

 SUCK. Co-founder, with William Levy, Heathcote Williams, Germaine Greer, Willem de Ridder, Susan Janssen, Lynne Tillman, of "SUCK" - First European Sexpaper, Amsterdam, 1969.
An outrageous project which scandalized the World and still has many admirers.

 
The Cassette Gazette  Co-founder, with Jack Henry Moore, and Editor of "The Cassette Gazette - An Audio Magazine", Handshake Editions, Paris.
First conceived in the 60s, it appears from time to time.
 
   
In preparation
   
 

 Come Again! Further Adventures of Young Jim Haynes (Volume 2 of the autobiography). From 1984 to present. Handshake Editions.

 

   
 

 Women's Liberation: A Definition. A one-sentence book with a four sentence footnote by Jim Haynes (to be translated into every major world language to be coordinated with Karolina Blåberg). Handshake Editions.

 

   
 

 Collected Newsletters, Handshake Editions.

 

 

 

 

 

   
 

top of page

 

 

Books by Jim Haynes