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Coffee with Comrades

May 4, 2021

This week, author and activist Eric Laursen joins me to discuss his new book, The Operating System: An Anarchist Critique of the Modern State available May 4th, 2021 through AK Press. Eric and I discuss the origins of the modern state, its relative brevity in world history, the ways the State insinuates itself into our...


Apr 25, 2021

This week, we're bringing your Coffee with Comrades fix a little early. Apparently, some bourgeoisie Hollywood socialites are throwing themselves a party this evening so, in light of the festivities, we're sharing our recent collaboration with Kino Lefter on the Oscar-bait flick Trial of the Chicago 7 and the...


Apr 20, 2021

Episode 128 of Coffee with Comrades features a conversation with independent journalist Abby Lee Hood. We discuss the storied history of the term “redneck," critiquing liberal elitism and self-righteousness, exploring the labor history of rednecks, and analyzing how these consequential struggles for working class...


Apr 13, 2021

This week, Michael Pons joins me for a discussion of the hit indie video game, Disco Elysium: The Final Cut. Pons and I explore the game's politics of insincerity, the philosophical existentialism of the game and its universe, the masculinist power fantasies in RPGs, and why endings are so critical to get right...


Mar 29, 2021

This week, I hung out with my pal Frank from the Left Page podcast and talked about Ursula K. Le Guin’s novel, The Left Hand of Darkness. In the ensuing dialogue, Frank and I discussed the book’s ambisexuality, queer critiques of the text and Le Guin’s response, the nature of being and the impermanence of...