Nothing Is Inflammable contains stories of paranoid pseudo-scientists, guerilla journalists, ghosts which roam the static, punk rioters and more.
Full of dark, noirish invention this is an entirely new breed of science fiction.
Grimy science-fiction from the author of I-O, Nothing Is Inflammable, Katja From The Punk Band and Pretty Little Things To Fill Up The Void.
Dziga toils in his decrepit laboratory in the midst of an industrial wasteland as he seeks to achieve his life's work - to create a protohuman.
A dingy, psychological and paranoid masterpiece, this is as dark as science fiction gets.
In a city of chemical warehouses and entropic factories, viral DJ's and anarchist skatepunks share the streets with nihilistic video game junkies and makeshift revolutionaries.
Pretty Little Things to Fill Up the Void is the story of four characters and their constantly-intertwining lives as they search for meaning and purpose in a place that seems to deny either.
A collection of industrial fiction, exploring a world of dead TV's, hallucinogenic chemicals, sad machines and concrete wastelands of scrap metal.
The settings are as carcinogenic as a lethal poison, the characters constructed like semi-automatic pistols. Here the only future is that which is produced on the assembly line in one hundred thousand identical units from which you must choose.