Trocchi’s was a pretty remarkable life. Andrew Murray Scott’s 1992 Alexander Trocchi: The Making of The Monster was the first pioneering biography (this, in combination with Invisible Insurrection of a Million Minds , his “Trocchi Reader” of a year before, sparked a renewal of interest in this hitherto forgotten writer). More recently, Gill Tasker has provided a useful introduction , “remind(ing) us why Trocchi is still hugely important and perhaps a little overlooked “. Other secondary sources include Allen Campbell and Tim Niel’s book-length extension of their film, A Life In Pieces: Reflections on Alex Trocchi , Stewart Home (arguing for the unity of his work, both the “literary novels” and the pornography – see his introductions to Young Adam and White Thighs ), Tim Cumming (writing on the occasion of the film adaptation of Young Adam), Denis Brown (another first-hand and late encounter), and this article (by Anna Battista , which incorporates a profile of Trocchi’s last partner, Sally Child).
Trocchi’s key Situationist article, “A Revolutionary Proposal:Invisible Insurrection of a Million Minds”, originally published as “Technique du corps du monde” in Internationale Situationniste #8, January 1963, along with several other texts, can be read here.