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This Sunday’s Featured Author
Michael Bell

Gino Severini, 1883–1966, "Armored Train in Action," 1915

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When I was editor of TOQ Online, Michael Bell was one of my prize “discoveries.” He was the author of some of our most widely-read articles. Nobody has better bridged the gap the between Radical Traditionalism, which harks back to the most ancient wisdom, and modern popular culture. Who else has ventured a Radical Traditionalist take on mixed martial arts, the “game” of picking up girls, or video games? Read more …

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This Saturday’s Featured Author
Edouard Rix

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I owe Robert Steuckers many debts of thanks, one of them for introducing me to the work of Edouard Rix, surely one of the most concise and compelling of European New Right authors, four of whose works I have translated for Counter-Currents/North American New Right. Click here for a complete list.

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This Sunday’s Featured Author
Guillaume Faye

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Counter-Currents has published eleven works by Faye in translation. Click here for a list.

We have also published nine additional pieces about Faye’s work. Click here for a list.

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This Saturday’s Featured Author
Robert Steuckers

Robert Steuckers

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Robert Steuckers is the editor of Euro-Synergies, the leading European New Right Blog, as well as a prolific and versatile author of scores of articles, essays, and reviews on subjects from philosophy to literature to geopolitics. I have translated a small selection of his works for Counter-Currents, the first of many more. Click here for a list of his writings.

 

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This Sunday’s Featured Author
Amanda Bradley

Jean-Honoré Fragonard, "La Lectrice," 1776

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Amanda Bradley has consistently been one of our most popular writers. For instance, this month’s top article so far is her review of Manning Up. She has considerable knowledge of religion and Western Esotericism, combined with a Traditionalist and a New Right outlook, which she brings to bear chiefly on issues related to women and families. You will be seeing more of her in these pages, as she has agreed to become one of our Contributing Editors. For a list of her works, click here.

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This Saturday’s Featured Author
Andrei Kievsky

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Andrei Kievsky is an American white activist who has taken to heart the principle of thinking globally and acting locally. He is a master of the miniature who never loses sight of the big picture. A number of his best articles are archived here.

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This Weekend’s Featured Author
Andrew Hamilton

Roman woman with book and stylus, first century, from Pompeii

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Andrew Hamilton is one of our most versatile and consistently interesting writers. There are 25 pieces by him on this site. For a list, click here.

For the duration of this weekend, I have reopened commenting on his articles.

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This Weekend’s Featured Author
Dominique Venner

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Dominique Venner is one of my favorite contemporary writers. Counter-Currents/North American New Right has now published more than 40 pieces by Venner in translation. Click here for a list.

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