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The article in part said, ''[[Ek-sen-trik-kuh Discordia: The Tales of Shamlicht]]'' by Reverend Loveshade has a 'foreplay' or foreword by [[S. John Ross]] and was published in 2012 by Anaphora Literary Press. The controversial book reportedly was inspired by an investigation by the FBI with portions of the book having been previously seized. ''Ek-sen-trik-kuh Discordia'' includes blurbs (short reviews of the book) by [[R. Crumb]], [[Sondra London]], [[Alan Moore]], [[Ivan Stang|Rev. Ivan Stang]], [[Robert Anton Wilson]] (who saw an early draft), and others. It was listed in January 2013 in both the print and online version of the New York Review of Books. The book was soon pulled from publication after allegations of plagiarism were made on amazon.com and sent to the publisher. An editor denied the claims which did not specify what material was allegedly plagiarized. The publisher stated, 'In part, I took the book out of print because I was receiving harassing phone calls and emails with threat of harm via “discordian” jakes, and my phone was infected with a virus with a Discordian flavor.'"
 
The article in part said, ''[[Ek-sen-trik-kuh Discordia: The Tales of Shamlicht]]'' by Reverend Loveshade has a 'foreplay' or foreword by [[S. John Ross]] and was published in 2012 by Anaphora Literary Press. The controversial book reportedly was inspired by an investigation by the FBI with portions of the book having been previously seized. ''Ek-sen-trik-kuh Discordia'' includes blurbs (short reviews of the book) by [[R. Crumb]], [[Sondra London]], [[Alan Moore]], [[Ivan Stang|Rev. Ivan Stang]], [[Robert Anton Wilson]] (who saw an early draft), and others. It was listed in January 2013 in both the print and online version of the New York Review of Books. The book was soon pulled from publication after allegations of plagiarism were made on amazon.com and sent to the publisher. An editor denied the claims which did not specify what material was allegedly plagiarized. The publisher stated, 'In part, I took the book out of print because I was receiving harassing phone calls and emails with threat of harm via “discordian” jakes, and my phone was infected with a virus with a Discordian flavor.'"
   
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In December 2019 it was announced rights to the book had been restored and it would be republished in 2020 AD/3186 [[YOLD]].{{Wikipedia|List of Discordian works}}
 
 
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