Publication Information

Publication Date: June 2013
ISBN: 978-0-98-923910-3

$16.95 paperback
$5.95 ebook

118 pages
5 x 8 inches

AOP Publicity: Stanley Ashenbach
Cover Image: Brett Weldele
Cover Design: Matthew Revert


© 2013 Anti-Oedipus Press


“Judge Schreber has sunbeams in his ass. A solar anus. And rest assured that it works: Judge Schreber feels something, and is capable of explaining the process theoretically. Something is produced: the effects of a machine, not mere metaphors. There is no such thing as either man or nature now, only a process that produces the one within the other and couples the machines together. Producing-machines, desiring-machines everywhere, schizophrenic machines, all of species life: the self and the non-self, outside and inside, no longer have any meaning whatsoever. Judge Schreber ‘lived for a long time without a stomach, without intestines, almost without lungs, with a torn esophagus, without a bladder, and with shattered ribs; he used sometimes to swallow part of his own larynx with his food, etc.’ The body without organs is non-productive; nonetheless it is produced, at a certain place and a certain time in the connective synthesis, as the identity of producing and the product: the schizophrenic table is a body without organs.” —Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari, Anti-Oedipus: Capitalism and Schizophrenia


"Madcap, macabre black comedy." —BOOKLIST

"What Diegeses brings to readers is controlled chaos, incredibly witty mayhem, a maelstrom of words, and connotation/denotation that Wilson commands through some kind of literary sorcery. D. Harlan Wilson is like candy for your brain." —VERBICIDE MAGAZINE

"Fast-paced and ultra-violent. Visceral and grotesque. Incredibly jarring." —THE MANIFOLD

"A challenge and a pleasure." —HELLNOTES

"Diegeses is a fascinating text, full of Wilson’s signature prose and wit, superb descriptions, fantastic dialogue and radical mobilization of Deleuze and Guattari’s philosophy. It can be enjoyed on many levels, because it is so wonderfully written." —LEAKY LIBIDO

"A gorgeous piece of fiction." —SHREDDED MAPS