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This week's Inside Zero Books features a conversation with Derick Varn about the US election, the destruction of brand Trump, and the triumph of liberalism. Included in this episode are clips of Barry...
C Derick Varn is the guest this week. Varn is a reader at Zero Books, poet, and teacher currently living in Cairo, and my co-host on the now defunct Pop the Left podcast. In this episode of Zero Squar...
This week's Zero Books Club podcast is a conversation between Douglas Lain and his son Benjamin Lain about his college class: Culture, Capitalism and Globalization, Fall 2016. Benjamin is a Junior at ...
Early in Žižek's book Less Than Nothing the popular philosopher turns to Parmenides in an effort to resuscitate both Plato and Descartes and thwart the trend of twentieth-century anti-Platonism, a t...
Eliot Fintushel is the guest this week as we discuss his novel Zen City which was published by Zero Books in June. The book received a starred review in publisher’s weekly: Zen City succeeds bril...
This week's members only podcast features a conversation with Ashley Frawley on Kenan Malik's essay "Between Rage and Terror" and a blog entry about Trump at the Loughborough News Blog. In order to...
Last Wednesday bubb.la hosted a debate in Stockholm in cooperation with Marxist-Humanist Initiative and this week’s podcast is a recording of that debate between libertarian economist Per Bylund and...