Translated by Kentaro Goi as わが人生の幽霊たち:うつ病、憑在論、失われた未来, it’s published by P-Vine/Ele-king Books
The Japanese translation of Ghosts Of My Life: Writings On Depression, Hauntology And Lost Futures by the late Mark Fisher goes into print at the end of January. Originally published by Zero Books in 2014, the Japan edition features extra notes by Mariko Sakamoto, translator of Art Sex Music by Cosey Fanni Tutti, and Tsutomu Noda, author of Black Machine Music: Disco, House And Detroit Techno. It also features an afterword by Hayato Takahashi, a PhD student at Goldsmiths University where Mark taught. Takahashi is currently translating Kodwo Eshun's More Brilliant Than The Sun: Adventures In Sonic Fiction, the publication date of which is still to be announced.
In January 2017 Tokyo's Horinouchi Shuppan published Mark Fisher's 2009 title Capitalist Realism: Is There No Alternative, translated by Sebastian Breu and Ruri Kawanami.
Ghosts of My Life: Writings On Depression, Hauntology And Lost Futures, Japan edition, will be published by Ele-king Books on 31 January.