Past Issues

#4: Order Prevails in Washington

Perspectives 4: Order Prevails in Washington by the Editors
Saturn Devours His Young: President Trump by Jamie Allinson, China Miéville, Richard Seymour & Rosie Warren
The Walls of the Tank: On Palestinian Resistance by Andreas Malm
Extract from ‘Clickaway’ by Verity Spott
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Celebrity Apprentice: Notes on the US Election by Benjamin Kunkel
Civilisation vs Solidarity: Louise Michel and the Kanak by Carolyn J. Eichner
Notes on Walls by China Miéville
Annonay part 2 by Caitlín Doherty 
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Conduit by Rupa DasGupta
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Disaster Islamism by Jamie Allinson
Trump and the Present Crisis by Nikhil Pal Singh
An Angle on Management Cruelty by Verity Spott
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Class and Brexit: Or, Why We Should Stop Worrying 
About the Working Class and Focus on Capitalism by Kyle Geraghty
Serf ‘n’ Terf: Notes on Some Bad Materialisms by Sophie Lewis
None Shall Pass: Trans and the Rewriting of the Body by Richard Seymour
Ruins of a Future Empire by Joseph Tomaras
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#3: Or What’s a Hell For?

Perspective 3: Or What’s a Hell For? by the Editors
Neither Westminster Nor Brussels by the Editors
Technically Female: Women, Machines, and Hyperemployment by Helen Hester
The Realism of Audacity: Rethinking Revolutionary Strategy Today by Panagiotis Sotiris
Corbyn Blimey: Labour and the Present Crisis by John Merrick
The Political Is Political: In Conversation With Yasmin Nair by Rosie Warren
White Overseers of the World by Zach Sell
Setsuden by Terese Svoboda
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Parasite Gods by Scrap Princess
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Year V by Hannah Elsisi
From Choice to Polarity: Politics of, and, and in Art by China Miéville
Extract from From #BlackLivesMatter to Black Liberation by Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor
Annonay part 1 by Caitlín Doherty
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The New Swedish Fascism: An Introduction by Shabane Barot
About Two Worlds by David Mabb
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Red Summer 1919 by Teresa Svoboda
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Finance, Economics and Politics by Tony Norfield
The Abasement of Trauma by Jen Izaakson
The Medium by Bethany Fine
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BENGHAZI by Sam Kriss


#2 Awaiting the Furies

Perspectives 2: Awaiting the Furies by the Editors
Messiah by Rafeef Ziadah
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Anthropochory by Michelle Farran
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On Social Sadism by China Miéville
Salvaging Situationism: Race and Space by Andrea Gibbons
Trans/War Boy/Gender: The Primitive Accumulation of T by Jordy Rosenberg
Some Final Words on Pessimism by Rosie Warren
FRAUEN-WERK-STADT part 2 by Caitlín Doherty
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Hedge Funds, Hype and Hindu Fascism: Modi Visits His Mother Country by Kalpana Wilson
The Ljubljana School of Radicalism by Richard Seymour
from ‘Mnemosyne’, ‘Grassland’, and ‘Splash Page’ by Joan Banach
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Don’t Share by Rafeef Ziadah
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Is an Injury to One an Injury to All? Some Critical Thoughts on Trade-Union Internationalism Today by Katy Fox-Hodess
12 Theses on Astrology by Sam Kriss
Doykayt: Yiddishland for All by Sai Englert
Extract from Revolutionary Yiddishland by Alain Brossat & Sylvia Klingberg
Chorus of the Deported by Franco Fortini
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The Person Who Was Followed Around By Men in Pig Masks: A Play in One Act by Nick Mamatas


#1 Amid This Stony Rubbish

Perspectives 1: Amid This Stony Rubbish by the Editors
Don’t Mourn, Accelerate by Jamie Allinson
Marxism for Whores by Magpie Corvid
Communism Without Guarantees: On Franco Fortini by Alberto Toscano
Marxism by Franco Fortini
Bring Back Fanon by Franco Fortini
To Be Young in a Time of Crisis by Kevin Ovenden
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From Ferguson to #BlackLivesMatter by Trish Kahle
From ‘Seroxat, Smirnoff, THC’ by Laura Oldfield Ford
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Italy 1977-1993 by Franco Fortini
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Neoliberalism as the Agent of Capitalist Self-Destruction by Neil Davidson
Second Home by Caitlín Doherty
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Wish We Were Here: A Melancholy Postcard by Joana Ramiro
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Against the Anthropocene by Daniel Hartley
maiitude by Season Butler
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They’re Not Racist But: UKIP and the Crisis of Britain by Richard Seymour
Extract from ‘ANNONAY’ by Caitlín Doherty
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The Ectoplasm of Neoliberalism by Karen Mirza
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Re-asking the Housing Question by Mary Robertson
They Know It, Muammar by Kunle Wizeman Ajayi
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The Limits of Utopia by China Miéville
Building a Sex Workers’ Trade Union: Challenges and Perspectives by Morgane Merteuil
Wake Sankara, Burkina Is Red Again by Kunle Wizeman Ajayi 
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Dancing on the Grave: Salvage, The Walking Dead and the End of Days by Nicholas Beuret & Gareth Brown
Over Your Cities Grass Will Grow: Indian Fascism Now by Pablo Mukherjee
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Milton Friedman: An Obituary by Mark Bould
Complicity by Franco Fortini 
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