Interviews, Articles, Talks, and Other Things

Gary Conscious

Here are links to some interviews, articles, talks, and other items.

I’ve contributed to the following editions:

Abrahamsson, Carl (2018) Foreword Occulture: The Unseen Forces that Drive Culture Forward New York: Simon & Schuster.

Wilson, C. (2016)  Introduction. The Outsider New York: Tarcher/Perigee.

Gurdjieff, G.I. (2015). Introduction. Meetings with Remarkable Men. London: Penguin Classics.(UK only)

Saler, M. T. ed. (2015). The Fin-De-Siècle World. New York: Routledge.

Baker, P., & Clayton, A. (2015). Lord of strange deaths: The fiendish world of Sax Rohmer. London: Strange Attractor Press.

Clayton, A. (2015). Afterword. Secret tunnels of England. London: Accumulator Press.

Rowlandson, W. (2015). Introduction. Imaginal landscapes: Reflections on the mystical visions of Jorge Luis Borges and Emanuel Swedenborg. London: The Swedenborg Society.

Linklater, K., & Almqvist, A. (2014). Religion: The Engelsberg Seminars. Stockholm, Sweden: Axel and Margaret Ax:son Johnson Foundation.

Almqvist, K., Belfrage, L., & Klint, H. A. (2015). Hilma af Klint: The art of seeing the invisible. Stockholm, Sweden: Axel and Margaret Ax:son Johnson Foundation.

Söderberg, F. (2014). Introduction. Haus C G Jung. Stockholm, Sweden: Edda Publishing.

Wilson, C. (2013). Introduction. The God of the Labyrinth. Kansas City: Valancourt Press.

Marti, F., Ricupero, C., & Lachman, G. (2012). Cosmic laughter no. 1: Timewave zero, then what? Berlin: Sternberg Press.

Netherwood: The Last resort of Aleister Crowley. (2012). London: Accumulator Press.

The natural death handbook. (2012). London: Natural Death Centre.

Pochin, S. Ed. (2012). Refractions. London: Jerusalem Press.

Stanley, C. Ed. (2011). Around the outsider: Essays presented to Colin Wilson on the occasion of his 80th birthday. Winchester, UK: O Books.

Wilson, C. (2005). Introduction. The mind parasites:. Rhinebeck, NY: Monkfish Book Pub.

Bryusov, V. Y., Montagu, I. G., Nalbandov, S., & Lachman, G. (2005). Afterword. The fiery angel. Sawtry, UK: Dedalus Books.

Kinney, J. Ed. (2004). The inner West: An introduction to the hidden wisdom of the West. New York: Jeremy P. Tarcher/Penguin.

Palmer, H. Ed. (1998). Inner knowing: Consciousness, creativity, insight, and intuition. New York: Jeremy P. Tarcher/Putnam.


Here is a conversation at the Reality Sandwich website between Jeffrey Kripal and me about The Secret Teachers of the Western World

Here’s an interview with Aaron Cheak for the Jean Gebser Society “On The Borderlands Between Philosophy and Esotericism.”

A selection of audio interviews at Occult of Personality.

An interview with Kembrew MCleod on my early days in Blondie.

An interview with Richard Smoley for New Dawn magazine.

An interview on Conscious TV “My Journey From Blondie to Jung.”

A talk at Rudolf Steiner House, London, on Lost Knowledge of the Imagination.

A talk at Watkins Bookshop about Beyond the Robot: The Life and Work of Colin Wilson.

Part 2

A talk at Watkins Bookshop about The Caretakers of the Cosmos.

Part 2

“Mystical Experience and the Evolution of Consciousness: A Twenty-First Century Gnosis” an article at

“Waking Sleep: The Hypnogogic State”, originally for Fortean Times.

“Oppositional Thinking” my review of Iain McGilchrist’s The Master and His Emissary at the LA Review of Books.

“Rene Schwaller de Lubic and the Intelligence of the Heart” for Quest

“Have You Been Here Before?” for New Dawn

“Homunculi, Golems, and Artificial Life” for Quest

Here is a link to my blog at The Daily Grail. Here you can find excerpts from some of my books.

And here’s one to my blog at Reality SandwichHere are excerpts, conversations, exchanges and the like.

Here are some links to my work in music:

“Amor Fati” recorded with my band The Know

“The First One,” my solo 45, recorded with members of The Mumps.

“Scenery”, excised from the first Blondie album, later released on “Blonde and Beyond.”

“(I am Always Touched by Your) Presence, Dear”, my song about telepathy, from “Plastic Letters.”

“Dum Dum Boys”, Iggy Pop, Toronto 1981. I am over on the right.