The Anthology consists of seventeen original bilingual Estonian-English experimental booklets by eighteen different writers, approaching from their own angle the endlessly variable motive of non-existent books. In its kaleidoscopic framework the compendium reaches the borders of contemporary literary expression and poetic playgrounds. If this anthology did not exist, neither would these books. They are ghosts from beyond the binary axis of non-existent and existent. This in-betweenness talks of their potential, articulation on the verge consciousness, and language before actual and fully realised existence in time and space. The books' non-existence shows us the complicated relationship between reality and fiction, the meta-fiction, more precisely a literary technique where a “non-existent book” is mentioned or quoted in the fictional environment of the book (often by a non-existent writer), thus creating a double-fiction.