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Anti-Racism vs. Neo-Paganism

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Crystal Blanton, Taylor Ellwood, and Brandy Williams, eds.
Bringing Race to the Table: Exploring Racism in the Pagan Community
Stafford, UK: Megalithica Books, 2015

Every once in a great while, the publishing world bears witness to one of two types of miraculous events: either (1) the release of a book which is, in every respect, perfect; or (2) the release of a book which is, in every respect, perfectly abysmal. Read more …

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The BNP’s Red, White, & Blue Rosette of Horror:
Exploring the Dark, Cramped World of Politically Correct Weird Fiction

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David A. Riley
Their Cramped Dark World and Other Tales
Parallel Universe Publications, 2015

I’ve frequently hammered at the notion that “weird fiction,” like its predecessor, Gothic, is an inherently conservative genre, not only in its themes – the persistence of the past, the reality of hierarchy, the inescapability of genetics and destiny – but also in its techniques; Read more …

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Black House Rocked

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Paul Bingham and Emril Krestle
Black House Rocked
Hopeless Books, Uninc., 2015

“I’ve often wondered what happens to people when they get out of prison. People like you, I mean. Can they get jobs, do old friends rally around them? What if they never had any friends?” – Dial ‘M’ for Murder

No sooner had I hit “send” on my review of Only Lovers Left Alive,[1] Read more …

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Wild in the Streets of Sleepy London Town

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Dave Wallis
Only Lovers Left Alive
London: Anthony Blond, 1964
Richmond, Va.: Valancourt, 2015

“In those days, before the death of the last square . . .”

At some point, I suppose with Anthony Burgess’ A Clockwork Orange,[1] the “youth in trouble” genre, already fairly exploitative beneath its standard moralistic framework,[2] mutated into a “cult of youth” format, Read more …

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Economic Growth the Gilmore Way!
John Robb’s The American Way

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Grant Wood, Spring in Town, 1942

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John Robb
The American Way: The Lost Secret to American Prosperity and How to Get it Back
HomeFree America, 2014

I don’t have to tell you things are bad. Everybody knows things are bad. It’s a depression. Everybody’s out of work, or scared of losing their job. The dollar buys a nickel’s worth. Read more …

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Dachau Blues:
Applying History to Science & Science to History

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Nicholas Kollerstrom
Breaking the Spell
Uckfield, UK: Castle Hill Publishers, 2014

Dachau blues those poor jews
Dachau blues those poor jews
Down in Dachau blues, down in Dachau blues
Still cryin’ ’bout the burnin’ back in world war two’s
One mad man six million lose.

— Captain Beefheart, “Dachau Blues” [1]  Read more …

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Dugin sobre Heidegger

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Alexander Dugin
Martin Heidegger: The Philosophy of Another Beginning
Ed. and trans. Nina Kouprianova
Preface by Paul E. Gottfried
Whitefish, Mt.: Radix, 2014

Martin Heidegger es uno de los filósofos más influyentes del siglo XX. Read more …

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Michael Torigian’s Every Factory a Fortress

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Michael Torigian
Every Factory a Fortress: The French Labor Movement in the Age of Ford and Hitler
Athens, Ohio: Ohio University Press, 1999

Michael Torigian’s Every Factory a Fortress: The French Labor Movement in the Age of Ford and Hitler chronicles the rise and decline of the French Labor movement from the years surrounding the First World War to the outbreak of the Second, Read more …

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Jonathan Bowden Has Something to Axe You

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Jonathan Bowden
Axe
Edited by Alex Kurtagić
London: The Palingenesis Project, 2015

“Write as you speak!” is the cliché — second only to “Write what you know!” — given to the writer, professional or amateur, who finds himself at a loss. I suppose it may be good advice for some — clichés, like stereotypes, do, as we on the Right know, have at least some basis in fact.[1]  Read more …

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The Ghost of Metre is as Dead as Friedrich Nietzsche’s God

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urnRobert Vas Dias, London Cityscape Sijo (Perdika Press, 2012)

Darius Victor Snieckus, The Slow Wheel (Paekakariki Press, 2012)

Kate Foley, A Fox Assisted Cure (Shoestring Press, 2012)

Wynn Wheldon, Tiny Disturbances (Acumen Publications, 2012)

Piotr Gwiazda, Messages (Pond Road Press, 2012)  Read more …

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