ANARCHY BOOKS Press Release.

Are you feeling lucky, punk?


A fusion of writing, music, game and film

ANARCHY BOOKS is a radical new publishing company. Our focus is on multi-strand publishing projects, concepts which combine different media to present a wider experience for the entertainment junkie.

Our first project, SERIAL KILLERS INCORPORATED, is a thriller novel by Andy Remic, author of Spiral, Quake, Warhead, War Machine, Biohell, Hardcore, Cloneworld, Kell’s Legend, Soul Stealers and Vampire Warlords, with the music album provided by th3 m1ss1ng (featuring Jon Bodan from Atlanta’s Halcyon Way) and short film shot and chopped by Grunge Films. The novel and album release 1st April 2011, with the SERIAL KILLERS INCORPORATED short film June 2011.

Following SKINC comes SF novel SIM by Andy Remic, SF/horror novel MONSTROCITY by Jeffrey Thomas, the anthology VIVISEPULTURE featuring such notable authors as Neal Asher, Lauren Beukes, Eric Brown, Ian Graham, Vincent Holland-Keen, James Lovegrove, George Mann, Gary McMahon, Stan Nicholls, Andy Remic, Jordan Reyne, Ian Sales, Stephen Saville, Wayne Simmons, Jeffrey Thomas, Danie Ware, Ian Watson, Ian Whates, Conrad Williams, and with artwork by Vincent Chong, then horror novel RAIN DOGS by Gary McMahon. Each “project” is a work in progress, and will ship with varying degrees of album, game and film components.

ANARCHY BOOKS is looking to collaborate with musicians, video game creators (any platform) and filmmakers. Please read our SUBMISSION guidelines.

Welcome to our little corner of ANARCHY…

Finally, there’s ANARCHY in the UK!


Serial Killers Incorporated out 1st April 2011.


  1. Nice. We going to get print versions of these or is it just e-books?

    • Andy Rem said:

      At the moment, Anarchy Books plan is to release digital media only. So if you want to read Serial Killers Incorporated, SIM, Monstrocity, Rain Dogs or Vivisepulture you’ll have to go digital….. 🙂

  2. Darn. I’m a little over 1/2 way done with Cloneworld at the moment. Love your writing, Andy!

    But I have an extremely difficult time reading things on screen. That very reason is what has kept me from any of the e-books. It’s a shame I’ll have to miss out on these…

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