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Zero Books: Advancing Conversations

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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

Thinkers and creatives

You have found it. This is the newest creation of Douglas Lain, host of the Diet Soap Podcast. The Diet Soap podcast was my personal favorite podcast, but this new podcast Zero Squared appears to be building on that success and perhaps improving on its predecessor. I am excited that under the banner of Zero Books Doug and his cohost Jasun Horsley will open up new avenues and explore theory in an entertaining and friendly way.

Theory and Entertainment

A worthy successor to Diet Soap, Lain’s old primary podcast. It gives a good mix of Zero Book authors and people who write in a theoretical mode. It is more regular than its precursor. Good overall.

Think harder**

That's a note to myself. I love this podcast. But I am often reading along, and grasping to keep up with these heady conversations.

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