Off the map
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Off the map is an idiomatic or slang term which has been used to denote a place far removed from civilization, or to delineate a subject considered out of date, out of fashion, or consigned to oblivion.
Off the map may also refer to:
- Off the Map (travelogue), American punk rock/anarchist road chronicle by Hibikina Chickena and Kika Kat; originally self-published as zine; in 2003 published in zine and book form by CrimethInc Ex-Workers Collective
- Off the Map, American collection of four short stories written and illustrated by Daniel Wallace (author); published in March 2005 by Two Cranes Press
- Off the Map (video), visual record of concerts performed in 1999 and 2000 by American alternative rock band Red Hot Chili Peppers; released in 2001
- Off the Map (film), American drama film released in 2003; directed by Campbell Scott, written by Joan Ackermann and starring Joan Allen, Sam Elliott and Valentina de Angelis
- Off the Map (TV series), American drama premiered on ABC January 12, 2011; set in a South American jungle village, the series portrays six young doctors searching for the meaning of life
- A Bit Off the Map, and Other Stories, third collection of prose by English author Angus Wilson, it contained eight short stories and was published by Penguin Books in 1957
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