Alphabetical listing of books
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Francis Sanzaro, Ph.D.Jun 2018
The gravest threat to humanity in this century will not come from war, disease, overpopulation or the environment, but from boredom and uselessness.
Terry TappNov 2017
The Story of the United States' Longest Wildcat Strike.
Yasin KakandeDec 2015
Enslavement, trafficking, sexual starvation. Abuse of workers in the Gulf Arab Region.
Fear and Loathing in the Las Vegas of intellectuals and psychagogic city mapping.
Brian WillemsMay 2015
The first book to examine the multiple and contradictory strategies for putting the moon on film.
Eugene ThackerApr 2015
Philosophy meets horror against the backdrop of an indifferent, unhuman cosmos.
Jasun HorsleyJan 2015
If movies and popular culture shape us from an early age, how do we separate the real from the imaginary?
Phil KnightJan 2015
If the Sex Pistols and The Clash represented punk's sacred, then The Stranglers were its profane. Strangled sets out to explain why discussion of this most taboo of bands has for so long been silenced-a collective cultural Omerta.
Yesenia BarraganDec 2014
Are we pawning our golden immortality for a fistful of cash?
Steve HansonOct 2014
This book explores small town austere Britain.
Frank KelleterSep 2014
Serial Agencies investigates how public and academic reactions to The Wire have contributed to the narrative's serial evolution and cultural performance
Phil ChadwickAug 2014
The story of those in the frontline of change in the Royal Mail.
Holly Grigg-SpallSep 2013
Is it really true? Has contraception liberated or oppressed women?
Chuk MoranFeb 2013
A bunch of tiny essays on life after irony, this is a book to help smart people feel hip and hip people feel smart.
Ben WoodardSep 2012
Through speculative philosophy and lurid cultural objects, Slime Dynamics explores the muck of life as a darkly vitalistic substance.
Jake KinzeyFeb 2012
The Sacred and the Profane examines the hipster and the current cultural impasse by going beyond "going-against-the-grain."
David StubbsMay 2010
As another World Cup campaign is upon us, England expects, none more so than the Wing Commander, whose past reports on England matches magnificently capture the John Bull spirit of fevered xenophobia and deluded optimism.
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- Mark FisherMark Fisher's writing put Zero Books on the map in 2009. His book Capitalist Realism continues to de...
- Angela NagleAngela Nagle's work has appeared in the Baffler, Jacobin, Current Affairs, the Irish Times and many ...
- Eugene ThackerEugene Thacker is the author of several books, including the Horror of Philosophy Trilogy (In the Du...
- Gilad AtzmonAtzmon writes on political matters, social issues, Jewish identity and culture. His papers are publi...
- Laurie PennyLaurie Penny is an up-and-coming feminist journalist, and has already gained a substantial following...
- Nina PowerNina Power is a Senior Lecturer in Philosophy at Roehampton University and Tutor in Critical Writing...
- Owen HatherleyOwen Hatherley was born in Southampton in 1981, and has lived in South East London for the last deca...
- David CromwellDavid Cromwell is co-editor of Media Lens, a UK-based media analysis website, which he co-founded in...
- David StubbsDavid Stubbs began working life as a freelance journalist in 1986, contributing to Melody Maker, who...
- Holly Grigg-SpallHolly Grigg-Spall is a women's health activist and writer. The release of her first book 'Sweeten...
- Chris O'LearyChris O'Leary is a writer, editor and journalist based in western Massachusetts. O'Leary has intervi...
- Steven ShaviroSteven Shaviro is the DeRoy Professor of English at Wayne State University,US. He is the author of P...
- Benjamin NoysBenjamin Noys is a UK-based theorist and critic who teaches at the University of Chichester and writ...
- Carl CederstromCarl Cederström is a lecturer in Human Resource Management at Cardiff Business School, Cardiff Univ...
- Peter FlemingPeter Fleming is Professor of Work and Organisation at Queen Mary College. His recent writings are a...