Capital Is Dead: Is This Something Worse? illustrates that Capital is actually dead. Something new and much worse, involving what author McKenzie Wark calls “the vector” has usurped it.
With The Resignation, poet Lonely Christopher shows his interest in “speeches that mean next to nothing.”
Edward McPherson’s collected essays in The History of the Future are a literary kitchen sink in which no event or issue appears more important or relevant than any other.