AnarchoSF #1: Science Fiction and the Stateless Society

AnarchoSF #1: Science Fiction and the Stateless Society[Read] ➮ AnarchoSF #1: Science Fiction and the Stateless Society Author Rich Dana – Oaklandjobs.co.uk AnarchoSF is the first book zine in a series of from Obsolete Press to explore the themes of anarchy, anarchism and the stateless society through the work of science fiction writers and artists, both AnarchoSF is the first book zine in a Science Fiction Kindle Ø series of from Obsolete Press 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 Press founder Rich Dana, and includes recent work by Tobey Anderson, Davi Barker, Ben Beck, FJ Bergman, Chris Bird, Ric Driver, Ricardo Feral, klipschutz, Nicholas P Oakley, Ursula Pflug and Alou Randon with cover art and illustrations by Blair Gauntt It also features classic stories by Philip K Dick AnarchoSF #1: eBook ë and EM Forster This premiere volume of AnarchoSF is dedicated to the late, great anarchist prankster and SF writer Mick Farren and features a salute to Mick, along with one of his last short stories. The collection is solid, although, like any collection, not all the stories appealed to me I was particularly enad with Measuring Up by F.J Bergmann and Rag and Bone by Nicholas P Oakley The latter reminded me of the tractor episode in The Grapes of Wrath, with aoptimistic ending Overall, this was an intriguing collection and made me wish for . A couple good stories particularly the last two , mostly a slog