An Assessment of the Conditions of the Present
Philosophy in the Maoist Terrain
Rise of the busybody state
A Manifesto for the Nocturnal City
Political Conversations from Everyday Analysis
The Men Who Fought for Women's Rights
Speculative Realism and Literature
This Inside Zero Books podcast is a few days late. It is the promised unedited audio of the interviews with Brendan O'Neill and Fredrick DeBoer on the topic of punching Nazis and left tactics. Als...
Terry Tapp is a red worker from a red state. He’s also an artist and a writer. His book, "A Serf’s Journal: The Story of the United States’ Longest Wildcat Strike" is coming out from Zero Book...
This week's Inside Zero Books podcast is actually a conversation from the C-Realm Vault. If you haven't listened to the C-Realm podcast before, well now is your chance. From KMO's bio: KMO is th...
Brendan O'Neill and Fredrick DeBoer are the guests this week as we dedicate this week’s episode to the question of punching Nazis. Brendan O’Neill is the editor of Spiked Online, a publication t...
This week's Inside Zero Books podcast is an episode of Symptomatic Redness. Amogh Saru is in conversation with historian and philosopher Philip Mirowski. Philip Mirowski is a professor at the Universi...
Zahari Richter is a graduate student, artist and blogger at DidIStutter.org. He and I had this discussion shortly after the election of Donald Trump about the limits of intersectionality and the p...
Josie Appleton is the guest this week and we discuss her book Officious: Rise of the Busy Body State. The book argues that the Busy Body State is defined by an attachment to bureaucratic procedures f...