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The Seethingographer #2 Summer 2017: Going Home

Originally posted on seethingography:
The Seethingographer #2 We are delighted to launch the second issue of The Seethingographer today! This is a collection of writing and images on the theme of ‘Going Home’. Submissions were opened up worldwide, and we…

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High-Rise, Ballard and the 1970s – An Exchange with Adam Roberts

Originally posted on tobylitt:
I wrote an article titled ‘Sourcedness’ on Amy Jump and Ben Wheatley’s adaptation of High-Rise for Critical Quarterly. It’s here. (It’s also here, until Critical Quarterly say no.) A Facebook post by Adam Roberts on 20th April 2017…

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Z by Jim Lawrence

Source: Z by Jim Lawrence

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Anderson & Samudzi: The Anarchism of Blackness

Originally posted on Robert Graham's Anarchism Weblog:
Roar Magazine, which describes itself as “an online magazine and quarterly print journal of the radical imagination, providing grassroots perspectives from the front-lines of the global struggle for real democracy,” has published…

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HERE COMES THE SCIENCE BIT – Einstein’s Masterwork: 1915 and the General Theory of Relativity, by John Gribbin

This is a typically well written and clear exposition of its subject by John Gribbin, one of our finest popular-science authors and a professional astronomer to boot. Einstein’s Masterwork: 1915 and the General Theory of Relativity explains in everyday language … Continue reading

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An Anarchist’s Declaration by Jim Lawrence

Originally posted on I am not a silent poet:
All governments will be disappeared Being as useless as a spandex tea tray Nation states will be deported, dragging their discredited boundaries with them Armies, navies, air forces, cops and spies…

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HYPERREALITY FLUX – Twentysix Psychogeography Stations, by Darrant Hinisco

Earlier in 2015 the photographer Darrant Hinisco was browsing in a secondhand bookshop when his interest was piqued by STEPZ, a recently published zine devoted to psychogeography and urban aesthetics. Somehow this copy had found its way in very short … Continue reading

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