On 1 April (of course!) 1948, Kenneth MacNichol opened his Pencraft
University, 2255 Lombard Street, to a meeting of local Forteans, who styled themselves Chapter Two.
Balvant Parekh Centre is proud to be associated with the publication of The Book of Radical General Semantics (New Delhi, Pencraft
International, 2016), an edited book by Gad Horowitz and Shannon Bell that abounds with new and innovative radical GS connections and formulations that are vitally relevant to the present time.
* Sisir Kumar Das, Indian Ode to the West Wind, (Pencraft
International, New Delhi, 2001)
Kar (eds.), Thinking Territory: Some Reflections, New Delhi: Pencraft
International, 2009, ISBN 81-85753-96-2, Pages 268.