The Tragedy of the Worker Audiobook

An audio recording of the editorial essay The Tragedy of the Worker from Salvage 7, read by the Salvage Editorial Collective. Sound editing by Duncan Thomas. 

Universalist, Bisexual Ambivalence: An Interview with Daniel Guérin

The following piece first appeared in print in Salvage #8: Comrades, This is Madness, our latest issue. Issue 8 is available to buy individually here. Our poetry, fiction and art remains exclusive to the print edition, and our subscribers have...

The Phallic Road to Socialism

The following piece first appeared in print in Salvage #8: Comrades, This is Madness, our latest issue. Issue 8 is available to buy individually here. Our poetry, fiction and art remains exclusive to the print edition, and our subscribers have...

Mothering Against the World: Momrades Against Motherhood

The following piece first appeared in print in Salvage #8: Comrades, This is Madness, our latest issue. Issue 8 is available to buy individually here. Our poetry, fiction and art remains exclusive to the print edition, and our subscribers have...

Prepared for the Worst: Disaster Nationalism

The overall psychological improvement was outpacing the material advantage. Richard Grunberg, A Social History of the Third Reich If individuals behaved like groups, they would be classified as mad. Hannah Segal I. Disaster nationalism is the...

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Against Summer

Against Summer

A continuous dose of the carcinogenic rays could endanger my life. I have never understood why people fantasise about lying in some sand to feel this way. Summer, in short, is horrid.

Nationalism After Coronavirus

Nationalism After Coronavirus

The realities of global exposure and interdependency should accelerate the case for democratically credible, post-imperial structures of global coordination and an attendant ethos of radical internationalism. Alas, amidst the seemingly naïve utopianism of any such corrective, we see instead nationalism readying itself to claim the void.


ISSUE 8: SPRING / SUMMER 2020

Comrades, This is Madness

 

A Glimmer of a Shell of a Husk

Welcome into my cavern of illusory productivity.

Aufstehen’s Populist Revolt: Local Patriotism and the ‘Left-Behind Left’

The following piece first appeared in print in Salvage #8: Comrades, This is Madness, our latest issue. Issue 8 is available to buy individually here. Our poetry, fiction and art remains exclusive to the print edition, and our subscribers have exclusive access to some...

Mothering Against the World: Momrades Against Motherhood

The following piece first appeared in print in Salvage #8: Comrades, This is Madness, our latest issue. Issue 8 is available to buy individually here. Our poetry, fiction and art remains exclusive to the print edition, and our subscribers have exclusive access to some...

Nationalism After Coronavirus

The realities of global exposure and interdependency should accelerate the case for democratically credible, post-imperial structures of global coordination and an attendant ethos of radical internationalism. Alas, amidst the seemingly naïve utopianism of any such corrective, we see instead nationalism readying itself to claim the void.

Out of the Iron Lung: A Miasma Theory of Coronavirus

The following piece first appeared in print in Salvage #8: Comrades, This is Madness, our latest issue. Issue 8 is available to buy individually here. Our poetry, fiction and art remains exclusive to the print edition, and our subscribers have exclusive access to some...

Prepared for the Worst: Disaster Nationalism

The overall psychological improvement was outpacing the material advantage. Richard Grunberg, A Social History of the Third Reich If individuals behaved like groups, they would be classified as mad. Hannah Segal I. Disaster nationalism is the kairos theory of the new...

Salvage #8: Comrades, This is Madness

Like many things, Salvage #8 was a little disrupted by the global pandemic, but it’s at the printers and if you’re a print subscriber, it’s on its way to you very soon. 

Salvage Perspectives #8: Comrades, This is Madness

The consequences of the pandemic and the shutdown will reconfigure the world and its political economy on a scale not seen in our lifetimes.

States of the Body Produced by Love: In Conversation with Nisha Ramayya

The following piece first appeared in print in Salvage #8: Comrades, This is Madness, our latest issue. Issue 8 is available to buy individually here. Our poetry, fiction and art remains exclusive to the print edition, and our subscribers have exclusive access to some...

Striking in Striking Times: Capitalism’s Coronavirus Crisis

The coronavirus crisis is visiting a global, economic and social calamity upon humanity.

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The Tragedy of the Worker Panel

The Tragedy of the Worker Panel

We launched our seventh issue of Salvage: Towards the Proletarocene and the Historical Materialism 2019 conference in London. Three members of the Salvage editorial collective talked about the editorial essay ‘The Tragedy of the Worker’, a long essay on climate...