Interviews

Science Fiction Review #17, May 1976

 New Libertarian Notes, Sept. 5, 1976

The Illuminatus! Play with Shea, March 1977

High Times by Michael Hollingshead, April 1980

Searching For Cosmic Intelligence, 1980

Future Life, Sept 1981

The Man with the Cosmic Triggerfinger, Nov 1980

RAW Interviews Buckminster Fuller, High Times, May 1981

Notes From The Pop Underground, 1985

Man Bites Dogma, c.1985

Lewis Shiner, c. 1980s

Compuserve Online Conference,  1986

KFJC 89.7 FM Los Altos, CA, April 1988

Firing the Cosmic Trigger, June 1989

The Nature of Reality,  December 1990

KBOO-FM, c.1990

The ROC, Aug 1990
published in Cosmic Trigger Volume 2

Obscure Research, 1991

EST, Feb 1991

High Times, November 1991

Off the Beaten Path, April 1992

Excluded Middle, 1992

The Death Interviews with Timothy Leary, Summer 1994

Chromosome Damage!, 1994

RAW Circuits, Spring 1995

Playing Kickball With Chaos, October 1995

Dr. Dynasoar, 1995

On a Rainy Day, March 1995

in the raw: necessary heresies, Autumn, 1995

Paradigm Shift, 1997

Nardwuar vs. Robert Anton Wilson, November, 1996

High Strangeness Transcript, September 1997

The F Stops Here, October 1997

Is There Room For Optimism?, July, 1999

Robert Anton Wilson Q. and A., c. 1998

Booklist, May 15, 1999

RAW Power, 1999

DOUBT!, Winter 1999

Alles unter Kontrolle?, Sept 1999

The Spoken Word Festival ’99′Robert Anton Wilson Speculates On Government, and Current Events and Activism, Spring 2000.

Playboy.com, 2000

DangerMedia Innerview, July 2000

The TVI Times, May, 2001

Utopia USA, Feb,  2001

President Hannibal Lector & the Thing That Ate the Constitution, c. 2002

Fly, September 2002

In the RAW, 2003

High Times, March 2003

Meeting with a Remarkable Man, July 2003

Hang the TSAR, 2004

Who’s Getting Your Vote?, November 2004

23 Questions With Robert Anton Wilson, 2005

Russian ‘zine, April 2005

Premature Illumination, August 2005

“One of the central features of Confucianism is courtesy, which is one of the most lacking qualities in American society.  Politeness.  I’m not even talking about ethics.  But the funny thing is that if you make a habit of politeness, you naturally become more ethical.”   -    Science fiction author, conspiracy theorist and Capitola resident Robert Anton Wilson from from “Say what? Quotes from 2003 that made us angry, made us laugh and made us go, Hmm …” Santa Cruz Sentinel, Staff Report,  31 Dec 2003.

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