Plan for the Abduction of J.G. Ballard by Jeremy Reed & Audrey Szasz

PLAN FOR THE ABDUCTION OF J.G. BALLARD

by JEREMY REED & AUDREY SZASZ

A seamless, exhilarating collaboration with the torched hydrogen plume of a rocket launch, the synchronistic bonding of Jeremy Reed and Audrey Szasz, sharing a mutual Ballardian gene to expand and reinvent Ballard through what reads like a posthumous extension of his work, feeds directly into Ballard’s vision of visitors from the near future occupying a sensational hyperreal space in the displaced present. Propulsively working off each other’s themed exchanges, the two have succeeded in creating an interactive fiction that rehabilitates both Ballard and his anti-hero Vaughan to a searing junction with post-apocalypse. Illustrated by Martin Bladh.

JG Ballard on Jeremy Reed:
‘Jeremy Reed’s talent is almost extraterrestrial in its brilliance. He is Rimbaud reconfigured as The Man Who Fell To Earth, a visitor from deep space whose time machine was designed by Lautreamont and de Sade, and powered by the most exotic fuels the imagination has ever devised. Each time he goes out into our mundane world he makes the dust sing.’

Todd Swift on Audrey Szasz:
‘Audrey Szasz is a deviant genius of surreal and perverse image-play; her subversive imagination shocks and thrills in equal measure. She may well be the strangest and most disturbing new writer now at work in Britain. If she was in France she would be fêted.’

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Infinity Land Press

Jeremy Reed

Martin Bladh

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