In time for Christmas- The Best of OBSOLETE! is ON SALE! Cory Doctorow, the late, great Mick Farren, and much, much more! Read More
Obsolete Press has embraced the use of Bitcoin from our beginning. We love to do business with Bitcoin users, and encourage others to become involved. As a special “thank you” to Obsolete readers who use Bitcoin, we are offering a limited time special offer- get a copy of The Best of OBSOLETE!: The First Two Years for 40% off of the cover price! PLUS, a FREE copy of the brand new OBSOLETE! #8. That includes FREE SHIPPING in the US!
To take advantage of the offer, send us your order and your shipping address through the contact page with the subject line “Bitcoin Offer”. We will email you an invoice (based on the daily exchange rate) and a Bitcoin wallet Read More
Obsolete Press is currently compiling work for an anthology of writing and artwork influenced by the ideas of Anarchy and Anarchism. Work should fit broadly into the “Science Fiction” genre and address the ideas of a stateless society or the efforts to escape the oppression of statism.
How to Submit:
Send your writing submissions as rtf, doc or odt files, or artwork as jpg, to anthology editor, Ricardo Feral, at Obmag(at)feral-tech(dot)com. Please send writing without special formatting, double spaced, five space indented paragraphs, Times New Roman 12 pt font, 1 inch margins. Artwork should be 300dpi, 8”H X 5”W. Please include your name, email address, mailing address, and phone number at the top of your submission an a short bio Read More
The latest edition of the OBSOLETE! is hot off the press! The theme of this issue is “Obsolete Media: It’s Alive!”, and features articles on making art with ancient computers, low-power FM radio, “Numbers Stations” and the history of “Dazzle” camouflage. ObMag #8 is also packed with poetry, comics, art and fiction, featuring original work by Mick Farren and an exclusive preview of Christian Schoon’s new SciFi novel Zenn Scarlet.
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OBSOLETE! Magazine is at a turning point. With the help of supporters like you, we have given away more than 16,000 copies of issues 1-8 over the last 3 years. Unfortunately, the “Free Press” model is no longer sustainable for us. Now, we need to raise Read More