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Hello, I'm Jack Graham, writer of the established blog Shabogan Graffiti, which is now one strand of Eruditorum Press.  You can find all my work here.  My perspective is Marxist-Humanism, as founded by Raya Dunayevskaya, combined with 'Gothic Marxism'.  (See here, here, here, here, and here.)

I write about anything that takes my fancy, usually to do with current politics and/or media.  I've written a lot about the Austrian School of economics, libertarianism, the alt-Right, Trumpism and fascism.  Last year I co-authored an essay on this subject in Elizabeth Sandifer's book Neoreaction a Basilisk.  I regularly produce substantial essays as blog posts.

I'm now hosting the new antifascist podcast I Don't Speak German, in which I chat with my friend Daniel Harper about his researches into the so-called 'alt-right'.  Daniel has spent more than two years listening to hours and hours of the fash's podcasts and Youtube videos, and now he's back to tell us all about the bizarre and evil shit he heard them say to each other in their own safe spaces. 

Daniel and I are also two of the hosts of the Wrong With Authority podcast, a show about movies about history and the history they're about.  And until recently I produced my own podcast, the Shabcast, which is currently in limbo, but which reached 37 episodes full of conversation with interesting people.  (The Shabcast was hosted at Pex Lives.)

I've written or podcasted about loads of stuff, from Shakespeare to Doctor Who, from horror films to Star Wars, from Harry Potter to Nazism, from Margaret Thatcher to Alien, from Lovecraft to Fidel Castro, from Starship Troopers to the nature of Christmas, from Jack the Ripper to Orson Welles, from John Dee to Idiocracy, from Kesha to Stephen King, from Macbeth to Jim Henson movies, from The Matrix to Alice in Wonderland.  And so on.

If you're interested in helping me continue to create content for free, I'd be very grateful for your kind contribution.  Sponsors will get exclusive access to work in advance of publication, when possible, and often to 'deleted scenes' (so to speak) cut from essays and podcasts.
Hello, I'm Jack Graham, writer of the established blog Shabogan Graffiti, which is now one strand of Eruditorum Press.  You can find all my work here.  My perspective is Marxist-Humanism, as founded by Raya Dunayevskaya, combined with 'Gothic Marxism'.  (See here, here, here, here, and here.)

I write about anything that takes my fancy, usually to do with current politics and/or media.  I've written a lot about the Austrian School of economics, libertarianism, the alt-Right, Trumpism and fascism.  Last year I co-authored an essay on this subject in Elizabeth Sandifer's book Neoreaction a Basilisk.  I regularly produce substantial essays as blog posts.

I'm now hosting the new antifascist podcast I Don't Speak German, in which I chat with my friend Daniel Harper about his researches into the so-called 'alt-right'.  Daniel has spent more than two years listening to hours and hours of the fash's podcasts and Youtube videos, and now he's back to tell us all about the bizarre and evil shit he heard them say to each other in their own safe spaces. 

Daniel and I are also two of the hosts of the Wrong With Authority podcast, a show about movies about history and the history they're about.  And until recently I produced my own podcast, the Shabcast, which is currently in limbo, but which reached 37 episodes full of conversation with interesting people.  (The Shabcast was hosted at Pex Lives.)

I've written or podcasted about loads of stuff, from Shakespeare to Doctor Who, from horror films to Star Wars, from Harry Potter to Nazism, from Margaret Thatcher to Alien, from Lovecraft to Fidel Castro, from Starship Troopers to the nature of Christmas, from Jack the Ripper to Orson Welles, from John Dee to Idiocracy, from Kesha to Stephen King, from Macbeth to Jim Henson movies, from The Matrix to Alice in Wonderland.  And so on.

If you're interested in helping me continue to create content for free, I'd be very grateful for your kind contribution.  Sponsors will get exclusive access to work in advance of publication, when possible, and often to 'deleted scenes' (so to speak) cut from essays and podcasts.

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