Salvage #9 (Paperback)
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Winter 2020 issue of Salvage, featuring Andreas Malm, Helen Charman, James Meadway, Tessa McWatt, and many others.
That Hideous Strength includes a major essay from James Meadway on the late David Graeber's political economy and the lessons in it for today's left, Tessa McWatt on the Black Lives Matter uprisings of 2020, Benjamin Kunkel on the 2020 US Presidential election, Judy Thorne on femme excess and its necessity for planetary liberation, Ben Davis on the politics of online, James Foley on Scotland's Covid-19 response, and Alex Billet on contemporary Los Angeles.
Richard Seymour is in conversation with Andreas Malm about his latest book, How to Blow Up a Pipeline, and poetry editor Caitlín Doherty interviews this issue's featured poet, Helen Charman. The artist of this issue is Stephanie Monohan, and the volume concludes with a haunting short story from Davinia Hamilton.
About the Author
Salvage is a bi-annual journal of politics, arts and letters, founded in 2015. Each issue includes various non-fiction essays, visual art, poetry and, sometimes, fiction. Its website is www.salvage.zone