Forthcoming Books

Other Paradises by Jessica Sequeira

Other Paradises

Poetic approaches to thinking in a technological age

Jessica Sequeira

Apr 2018

A collection of essays exploring imaginative responses to science and technology.

Coming From Nothing by Matthew McKeever

Coming From Nothing

A Thought Experiment Novella

Matthew McKeever

May 2018

A tragi-comic philosophical novella about how the internet is reshaping our notions of personal identity.

Animatic Apparatus, The by Deborah Levitt

Animatic Apparatus, The

Animation, Vitality, and the Futures of the Image

Deborah Levitt

May 2018

How the transition from analogue to digital, and the rise of animation and simulation transform our concepts of life in contemporary culture.

Hontology by Mark Payne

Hontology

Depressive anthropology and the shame of life

Mark Payne

May 2018

Is shame the route by which we access the capabilities for living that are abrogated in modernity?

Made in Brooklyn by Amanda Wasielewski

Made in Brooklyn

Artists, Hipsters, Makers, Gentrifiers

Amanda Wasielewski

Jun 2018

The artist is dead. There are only makers now.

Society Elsewhere by Francis Sanzaro, Ph.D.

Society Elsewhere

Why the Gravest Threat to Humanity Will Come From Within

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.

Coming Revolution, The by Ben Reynolds

Coming Revolution, The

Capitalism in the 21st Century

Ben Reynolds

Jun 2018

A technological revolution is driving capitalism toward crisis and collapse – can our society evolve in time to rescue the future?

Neglected or Misunderstood: The Radical Feminism of Shulamith Firestone by Victoria Margree

Neglected or Misunderstood: The Radical Feminism of Shulamith Firestone

Victoria Margree

Jun 2018

Should pregnancy and childbirth be transformed, in order for women to be free?

Capitalism vs. Freedom by Rob Larson

Capitalism vs. Freedom

The Toll Road to Serfdom

Rob Larson

Jun 2018

A single-handed debunking of libertarian economics and "the age of Friedman".

When Journalism was a Thing by Alexandra  Kitty

When Journalism was a Thing

Alexandra Kitty

Jul 2018

Journalism used to be everything until the day it became nothing. What happened and why?

Pac-Man Principle, The by Alex Wade

Pac-Man Principle, The

A User's Guide to Capitalism

Alex Wade

Jul 2018

A blast from the past; direction to the future? Pac-Man is our guide through the maze of contemporary capitalism.

Methods Devour Themselves by Benjanun  Sriduangkaew, J. Moufawad-Paul

Methods Devour Themselves

a conversation

Benjanun Sriduangkaew
J. Moufawad-Paul

Aug 2018

A dialogue between story and essay, between speculative fiction and radical philosophy...

Anthropology of Nothing in Particular, An by Martin Demant Frederiksen

Anthropology of Nothing in Particular, An

Martin Demant Frederiksen

Aug 2018

A journey into the social lives of meaninglessness.

After the Great Refusal by Mikkel Bolt Rasmussen

After the Great Refusal

Essays on Contemporary Art, Its Contradictions and Difficulties

Mikkel Bolt Rasmussen

Sep 2018

A Western Marxist, Avant-garde reading of contemporary art.

Zinnophobia by David Detmer

Zinnophobia

The Battle Over History in Education, Politics, and Scholarship

David Detmer

Sep 2018

A detailed defense of the work of radical historian Howard Zinn against his many critics.

Disordered Minds by Ian  Hughes

Disordered Minds

How Dangerous Personalities Are Destroying Democracy

Ian Hughes

Sep 2018

A compelling account of the dangers posed by narcissistic leaders, and why their rise to power has become the hallmark of our age.

America and Other Fictions by Ed Simon

America and Other Fictions

On Radical Faith and Post-Religion

Ed Simon

Nov 2018

If America or God didn't exist it would be necessary to invent them. Let's start.

Ludopolitics by Liam Mitchell

Ludopolitics

Videogames against Control

Liam Mitchell

Dec 2018

If the fantasy of control is the problem, then videogame controllers are the solution.

All Things are Nothing to Me by Jacob Blumenfeld

All Things are Nothing to Me

The Unique Philosophy of Max Stirner

Jacob Blumenfeld

Dec 2018

Max Stirner’s "The Unique and Its Property" (1844) is the first ruthless critique of modern society.

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