BOOK REVIEW

Queering Everybody Part II

ACRadio Episode 7 – Review of Kohei Saito’s Marx in the Anthropocene

Kohei Saito’s new book asks: was Marx a degrowth communist? (Review)

Queering Everybody I

Making sense of the Ukraine war

Stalinist Realism and Open Communism: Malignant Mirror or Free Association (a review)

Transport: how Silicon Valley turns technologies against us all

Understanding Mark Fisher

Goldmann’s Wager

The Fate of Abraham

What China is reading

Books of the year

Five favourite books read in 2022

Can global capitalism endure?

Ukraine: Voices of Resistance and Solidarity (a review)

The American Surveillance State

Barbara Kingsolver – Making the invisible, visible

The Autism Industrial Complex

Saito: the metabolic rift and de‑growth communism

Booker Books 2022

Red List

Essential reading for the radical left!

A Very British Conspiracy

Free Albania (not)

Secrets of a holiday island

Workers can win – a handbook for all trade union activists

How to Feed the World Without Destroying the Planet

Whatever Happened to Antisemitism?

Singing to the Melody of Capital: The Penchant for the Sensational and Voyeuristic

What’s next for socialists in the Labour Party?

Trotsky, the Passionate Revolutionary

The struggle for socialism within Labour

Alienation, Spectacle, and Revolution: A Critical Marxist Essay – a review

Dystopian Science Fiction: Bodies of Ideology  

Redeeming Marcuse

‘A SMALL BUT VERY USEFUL BOOK’

Psychoanalysis practised as a form of resistance under occupation

For a People’s History of Psychoanalysis’

Inside Putin’s Russia

No perfect Lenin: Review of ‘Revolutionary Collective’

Towards a Theory of Modern Disaster Capitalism: Part III

Class against class

Engaging Federici on Marx, Capitalism, and Social Reproduction

Stone Men: The Palestinians who built Israel

Falling Down

Capitalism’s Mind Games and Worse

Rescued from history, Rome’s dissident communist partisans

ALL IN ALL, IT’S JUST ANOTHER BRICK IN THE WALL!

ECOSOCIALISM & rs21

An Anthropology of Marxism: Review

Book review 2021: Five old crackers

Response to Neil Faulkner

Essential knowledge for activists

Creeping Fascism Revisited

Shakespeare, Trotsky, and the Nature of Art

Psychoanalysis with the oppressed

My Cultural Highlights

Can the Ministry point to a better future?