Here are a few more pics of Laurence A. Rickels reading from and signing copies of Germany: A Science Fiction earlier in February at Villa Aurora in Pacific Palisades. The hardcover edition is now officially out.
We're very proud of this preliminary cover for the AOP reprint of Barry N. Malzberg's Beyond Apollo, beautifully designed by the multitalented Matthew Revert. This edition includes an insightful introduction by James Reich and a new interview with Malzberg himself.
We will release the novel this summer. In the meantime, check out the website for the upcoming film version of Beyond Apollo: www.beyondapollo.com.
The co-reading and talk with Laurence A. Rickels and James Reich last night at City Lights Bookstore in San Francisco was well-received and attended. Reich read a new science fiction story and Rickels read from Germany: A Science Fiction. Then there was an hour-long discussion and Q&A. Below are some stills from the event.
Before the reading. Rickels & Reich (left) talking to the owner of City Lights, Peter Maravelis.
Q&A with Rickels.
Rickels (right) talking with painter Ron Linden & artist/gallerist Habib Kheradyar.
Rickels & Reich + Goethe & Schiller
Reich & Rickels: they won't do watcha tell them.
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