Review

Hubert O'Hearn has written an outstanding piece on Lance Olsen's [[ there. ]] and Theories of Forgetting for the August 2014 issue of the San Francisco Book Review. Both titles are featured on the cover, too.


Update

Deleuzoguattarians:

Regarding some of our latest acts of deterritorialization and decoded schiz-flows . . .

In August, the kindle version of Laurence A. Rickels' schizoanalysis of the Bond oeuvre will be on sale for $2.99. Later this year, we are excited to be releasing the hardcover edition of Rickels' Germany: A Science Fiction, the follow-up to I Think I Am: Philip K. Dick.

Free desk copies of Barry N. Malzberg's science metafiction novel are available for anybody who might be interested in teaching it. In 2015, we look forward to reprinting the paperback edition of Malzberg's masterwork Beyond Apollo.

Advanced reader copies of D. Harlan Wilson's riotous campus novel are available for reviewers and bloggers. The book can be preordered directly from A-OP. The official publication date for the paperback and kindle editions is September 3. This will be Wilson's fourth book released in 2014 after Hitler: The Terminal Biography, Freud: The Penultimate Biography and Douglass: The Lost Autobiography, all published by Raw Dog Screaming Press, and collectively known as The Biographizer Trilogy.

August 1 is the official publication date for the paperback and kindle editions of literary terrorist Harold Jaffe's pseudo-sequel to Anti-Twitter.

Throughout the remainder of 2014, Lance Olsen will be doing multiple readings and signings across the country. In addition to [[ there. ]], Olsen published two other books this year, Theories of Forgetting and How to Unfeel the Dead. Here is his schedule.

For all queries and requests, please contact A-OP publicity manager Stanley Ashenbach.

Playlist

Lance Olsen has composed a superb music playlist for his critifictional travel narrative [[ there. ]] Check it out at David Gutowski's blog Largehearted Boy. Among the musicians included are David Bowie, Lou Reed, Miles Davis . . . and The Hoff!

Giveaway

We have set up a Goodreads giveaway for an autographed copy of our latest title, Harold Jaffe's Induced Coma: 50 & 100 Word Stories. The giveaway begins today. It will run for two weeks and conclude on August 1, the official publication date of the paperback edition.

There

Lance Olsen's latest books, Theories of Forgetting (Fiction Collective 2) and [[ there. ]] (Anti-Oedipus Press), have received a great review in The Small Press Book Review. Here's a glimpse:

"Lance Olsen’s books Theories of Forgetting and [[ there. ]] are works of radically different type united by their convention-defying formats and their (sometimes uncomfortable) intimacy. Theories of Forgetting is a novel in two halves, two narratives that bisect the book horizontally, never letting you forget one while reading the other. [[ there. ]] is a book in fragments, echoing David Markson, bursts of observation and contemplation written while Olsen was at the American Academy in Berlin. Reading them together amplifies Olsen’s skill at constructing narratives in unexpected and innovative forms."

Read the full review here.

Apollo

We are excited to announce that we have signed a contract with Barry N. Malzberg to reprint the paperback edition of Beyond Apollo in 2015. In 1973, the book won the first John W. Campbell Memorial Award for Best Science Fiction Novel, and it is now in development for a film adaptation. More details as the project unfolds. In the meantime, check out our reprint of Malzberg's Galaxies, published earlier this year.

Induction

While the official publication date for Hal Jaffe's Induced Coma isn't until August 1, it is now available for purchase directly from the publisher as well as from AmazonBarnes & Noble, etc. The Kindle version will be available later this year.