Some Theses on Monsters; occasioned by reading, and in place of a review of, Margrét Helgadóttir and Jo Thomas, eds, African Monsters (Fox Spirits Books, 2015)

by Mark Bould We live in a world being made monstrous. By us. Inhuman and obscene (and anthropocene). Not merely unhomely but uninhabitable. And it is a time of monsters. Aliens and kaiju, zombies and mutants, giant robots and costumed freaks lay waste to our cities. Rumbling urban smackdowns between unknowable forces scorch the Earth

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SALVAGE #3 is almost here!

As you may have noticed we’ve had a few delays with SALVAGE Issue #3, but we’re incredibly excited to announce that it’s very nearly with us! To be among the first to receive Issue #3 you can pre-order your copy from our webstore now. To pre-order click here. Or, to save money on every issue

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Extract from Revolutionary Yiddishland

by Alain Brossat and Sylvie Klingberg Translated by David Fernbach From the start of the war, the Jewish group of the MOI [Main D’Oevre Immigrée] was the best structured and most active; it would provide the cadres of the Organisation Spéciale, responsible for major acts of terrorism and sabotage; it would also supply almost all

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