Obsolete Press

Call for Contributors: OBSOLETE! #10: The Solarpunk Issue

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Deadline: July 23rd (Robert Anton Wilson Day)

Solarpunk is a fledgling speculative fiction genre/activist movement that promotes an alternative to the current trend toward dystopianism. In this issue, we will present solarpunk fiction, essays, interviews art and poetry, offer critiques of solarpunk and reviews of solarpunk related media. New or previously published work is welcome.

Please submit your work to: anarchosf (at) riseup.net Read More

OBSOLETE! is BACK!!

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“The Irregular Journal of Post-Reality Social Commentary, Speculative Fiction, Art, Poetry, Anarchism & Eldrich Fanzine Madness” is here!

Moving from a tabloid to a zine format, the new issue is packed with great new and classic material. Going back to our science fiction and punk fanzine roots, this issue explores the idea of “Post-Reality” culture. Experience post-reality it in real-time 3D meatspace with by reading this all-paper zine, with 4 full-color pages!

Isaac Asimov, Christopher Barnes, Ray Cathode, Dave Dugan, Blair Davis Gauntt, Leigha George, John Gill, Tona Hamishige, W. Joe Hoppe, Susie Kahlich, Klipschutz, Ricardo Obsolete, Ursula Pflug, Qojak, Andrea Shriver, Steven Taylor and Craig Volesky.

Obsolete #9 $5.00 (postage paid) Order yours now! Read More

AnarchoSF #1: On Sale Now!

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Obsolete Press announces the release of the long-awaited first volume of the new publication, AnarchoSF. The book/zine will the first in a series of Obsolete Publications to explore the themes of anarchy, anarchism and the stateless society through the work of science fiction writers and artists, both contemporary and classic.

AnarchoSF v.1 is the first in a series of Obsolete Publications to explore the themes of anarchy, anarchism and the stateless society through the work of science fiction writers and artists, both contemporary and classic.

The collection is edited by Obsolete Publisher Rich Dana and includes recent work by Tobey Anderson, Davi Barker, Ben Beck, FJ Bergman, Chris Bird, Ricardo Feral, klipschutz, Nicholas P. Oakley, Ursula Pflug, Alou Randon, illustrations Read More