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Zero Books: Advancing Conversations

By Zero Books

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Publisher Douglas Lain (former podcaster behind Diet Soap) interviews authors from Zero Books and beyond. Zero Book authors include Eugene Thacker (In the Dust of This Planet), Nina Power (One Dimensional Woman), Dan Hind (Magic Kingdom), and many others. This is a literary podcast that aims at radical philosophy. You'll hear discussions about Marxist economics, critical theory, cultural criticism and feminism from some of the world's most opinionated writers.

Customer Reviews

Mediocre and crypto-conservative

I used to like Zero, even was a Patreon subscriber for a bit (one of very few women, which should tell you something for a leftist podcast).

I grew tired of the recycled, shallow takes on viral culture war topics from half-baked intellectuals and the left wing of anti-SJW crankery. Sometimes an individual guest is interesting, but overall it’s worth skipping.

Hard theory explained

Generally quite engaging, very good host and smart guests. Warning: you might end up wanting/needing to read something.

Guilty Pleasure

I remain utterly baffled how someone doesn’t utterly despise Marxist or Marxian ideas. This is like listening to a podcast from some other planet where they haven’t already produced so much material and spiritual rot. But I will say I enjoy the discussions, and I’ll keep listening.

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