The paperback and kindle editions of Laurence A. RickelsGermany: A Science Fiction are now available! This title is part of Amazon's matchbook program and the kindle is free with any purchase of the paperback or hardcover.

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In the wake of the hardcover edition, the paperback and kindle editions of Laurence A. Rickels' Germany: A Science Fiction will be published on June 1. Free desk copies are available for interested reviewers and scholars. Contact publicity manager Stanley Ashenbach at info@anti-oedipuspress.com.


Recently Harold Jaffe's Induced Coma received high praise from Chicago Review. Here's a snippet:

“While Harold Jaffe’s writing has been dubbed 'literary terrorism' by numerous critics (and even his own publishers), one would find it difficult to categorize Induced Coma: 50 and 100 Word Stories, his most recent volume of docufiction, as terroristic. Rather, Jaffe’s meticulous deconstructions of main- stream “news” articles and various other online and print sources demonstrate the consciousness of an artist who is struggling with, as he calls it, 'writing in a dying world.' The terror is therefore not of Jaffe’s conscious doing, but the result of his ability to remove the blinders set forth by a rapidly deteriorating culture, one that does not want to acknowledge the extent to which it has succumbed to various millennial diseases: virtual solipsism, televised suicide, crimes against the environment, repressed sexuality, and an increasing discon- nect between cultures, within families, and ultimately, from oneself. . . . Because of his ability to be simultaneously transparent and dreamlike or mystifying, one cannot escape the inclination to place Jaffe alongside Borges—or, in his more 'terroristic' criticisms, Foucault. Ultimately, Jaffe’s newest collection upholds his reputation as a master of literary activism, not terrorism: he does not disappoint readers seeking the ideological truths belying a diseased surface culture."

Read the full review here.


There's an excellent new interview with novelist James Reich in Jackalope Magazine regarding Mistah Kurtz!, a reimagining of Joseph Conrad's Heart of Darkness. Read it hereMisty Kurtz! will be Reich's third novel and is slated for publication by AOP in March 2016.


During his American book tour for Germany: A Science Fiction in February, Laurence A. Rickels was interviewed by Eric Detweiler, the host of a podcast called Rhetoricity. The title of the interview is "The Outer Limits of Psychoanalysis." Listen to it here or on iTunes.