Later this month, Anti-Oedipus Press authors Lance Olsen & Laurence A. Rickels will be reading and signing copies of their latest books, [[ there. ]] and SPECTRE, in Berlin. The event will take place on May 20 at 8 p.m.(Central European Time) at this location:

St. George's English Bookshop
Worther Strasse 27
Prenzlauer Berg

10405 Berlin

There will also be a post-reading fete at Bar Gagarin, an homage to the Soviet cosmonaut and first man in space.

LANCE OLSEN is author of more than 20 books of and about innovative writing. His short stories, essays and reviews have appeared in hundreds of journals and anthologies, including The Village Voice, BOMB, McSweeney’s and Best American Non-Required Reading. A Guggenheim, Berlin Prize, DAAD, N.E.A. Fellowship, and Pushcart Prize recipient as well as a Fulbright Scholar, he teaches experimental theory and practice at the University of Utah. He will read from [[ there.]], a trash-diary critifictional meditation on the confluence of travel, curiosity, paying attention and innovative writing practices that he wrote last year while a fellow at the American Academy in Berlin, and from his new novel, Theories of Forgetting, influenced by earthwork artist Robert Smithson's Spiral Jetty.

Professor of Art and Theory at the Academy of Fine Arts-Karlsruhe as well as Sigmund Freud Professor of Media and Philosophy at the European Graduate School, LAURENCE A. RICKELS has published numerous studies of the phenomenon he calls "unmourning," a term that became the title of his trilogy Aberrations of Mourning, The Case of California and Nazi Psychoanalysis. He is also the author of The Vampire Lectures, The Devil Notebooks and I Think I Am: Philip K. Dick, a schizoanalysis of the science fiction author's life and work. He will read from his latest book, SPECTRE, an examination of Ian Fleming's novels and film adaptations that looks awry at Bond through the sieve of psychoanalytic theory, history and Kulturindustrie.