Advance reader copies of our latest title, Bonnie Bee's City of Boom, are currently available. Query info@anti-oedipuspress.com.

Hunt

"Reminiscent of Dennis Cooper, City of Boom is a gritty and unflinching ride through the human condition." —C.V. HUNT, author of Ritualistic Human Sacrifice and Hold for Release Until the End of the World

If you are interested in reviewing City of Boom, contact info@anti-oedipuspress.com for a free desk copy.

Blurb

James Reich has this to say about Bonnie Bee's City of Boom:

"City of Boom is loaded with hallucinatory wit, the precision of a natural writer’s aim, and a poet’s pleasure in fucking with space. Bonnie Bee has a rare sense of dialogue, and her stories are like perfect films that don’t want to be reeled in. This is a challenging, electrifying debut!"

Boom

This December, we will release our next title, Bonnie Bee's City of Boom. We're very excited to have Bonnie aboard the anti-oedipal train. Advance reader copies will be available in September for reviewers in paperback and kindle formats. More press soon.

Closed

Thanks so much to everybody who sent materials to us during our open submissions period, which is now closed. We received a lot of manuscripts, so please bear with us as we screen them. Onwards!

Submissions

ANTI-OEDIPUS PRESS WILL BE OPEN FOR SUBMISSIONS FROM MARCH-MAY 2019.

We are looking for works of literary fiction, nonfiction, theory, and drama that falls into the SF (i.e., SCHIZ-FLOW) genre. We do not publish poetry.

Submissions should be between 20-50k words. If we like your manuscript, we will contact you.

Please email submissions to AOP acquisitions manager, Stanley Ashenbach, at info@anti-oedipuspress.com.

All authors who submit material will be considered for publication, but we are particularly interested in work written by women, people of color, and other underrepresented groups.

Thanks for thinking of us.

Smoke

"The surrealistic nature woven into the prose is engaging and pushes the mysteries to the forefront of your mind." —The Big Smoke on James Reich's The Song My Enemies Sing

Read the full review here.