Nexus Amsterdam Presents a Leri Production:

The Fossal Records

  • The Biography and Bibliography.
  • Chronological index to Dan Foss' writings.
  • First shot at an index sorted by Thread with follow ups.
  • The lizzy and danny letters as posted to leri-l by Neutopia.
  • Nine collected episodes of The Stork Didn't Bring Your Consciousness, Daniel A. Foss' variant of historical materialist theory.

  • 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5 - 6 - 7 - 8 - 9
  • Parts 3, 4, and 5 of White Lotus, a.k.a. Eight Trigrams, and an article with some more background on 'White Lotus'.
  • Prelimanary index of Dan Foss on China (pre-edit)
  • This is only the start. At this very moment several people are working on better indexes, and gathering more information. If you have any suggestions or remarks please let me know.
    You can let us know what you think are the best pages here by using the button located at the bottom of each page.

    See Also:

  • Dan has been jamming with the SheepFiends since July, 1994.
  • Several messages in this archive originally appeared on Anthro-l
  • Raves:

    'Spontaneous poetic energy .. celebratory and defiant' -- Malcolm Bradbury*
    'Brilliant...'  -- People magazine*
    'A triumph of cleverness, a bravura performance, an incredible intellectual debut' -- Parabola*
    'A brilliant, creative and very personal synthesis without precedent or peer in modern literature' -- Mathematics Magazine*


  • This database covers the period of May 1993 to the present day. (ie. I'm trying to keep up .. and I'm not doing a very good job of it ..)
  • All material was written by Daniel Foss, unless otherwise credited.
  • Who:  
  • Daniel Foss wrote it.
  • Material from the hands of Gerold Firl and DaveH was added to provide some context.
  • Brian Cameron archived and provided the material from the period June '94 - Sept. '95 , and wrote the biography, which was later updated and approved for release by Dan Foss.
  • Paul Fly and John Marsh provided some valuable additions.
  • Original artwork by Babel.
  • Benson Smith came up with the name 'Fossal Records'.
  • Allan R Barclay provided the bibliographical information.
  • The archived material was organised, edited, indexed, and hopefully updated by Casey.
  • This page was visually tested under Netscape 1.1N and 2.0b