Anthology of Mark Fisher’s works to be released

It’s due to land in late 2018

Repeater Books have announced that they’ll be collating Mark Fisher’s works for an anthology, which is due to be released late next year. The release will include his highly sought-after unfinished book Acid Communism, and his works from various websites, magazines and his influential blog k-punk. Interviews with the writer will also be featured in the anthology.

Edited by Darren Ambrose, the as-yet-untitled release will have a foreword from music journalist Simon Reynolds.

In January, the British author and journalist passed away aged 48. During his lifetime, the writer gained international recognition, and his most influential books were Capitalist Realism, Ghosts of My Life and The Weird and the Eerie. The latter was published two weeks before his death. A founding member of Warwick University’s Cybernetic Culture Research Unit, Fisher was also a lecturer in the Department of Visual Cultures at Goldsmiths in London.

Read Crack’s in-depth conversation with Mark Fisher.