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Federici versus Marx

Gilles Dauvé
Fall 2015

…rough magic I here abjure…

William Shakespeare
The Tempest (1610)

Caliban & the Witch
is of undeniable interest for our understanding of social movements at the critical juncture between medieval and modern times, of the advent of capitalism, its sexual dimension, the treatment of women and the conversion of female and male bodies into a work-machine, among other things. 5,962 more words


A Guest Post!

Hi everyone! I hope you’re having a great Saturday! I don’t have a Saturday interview for you this week. I’ll have one for you all next week. 1,102 more words


Patricia Bidar: Jazz

The thing about being a con artist is to be in it for the art. Not for the swindle or the cash payoff. I conned the older ladies at that new wine bar just last night. 813 more words

Walking With Intention...To The Dungeon

Today I’m excited to share with you a guest post I wrote for Sreejit Poole’s November series: Walking With Intention. It’s part of the reason most of my posts this week have been fairly lackadaisical, as I’ve been focusing my writing energies on this: 35 more words

Writing Challenges


So, I will be putting up guest posts every week or bi-weekly so feel free to send me original works and properly label them so all credit will go to you.

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Dialogue about Border Crossers

Dialogue about Border Crossers
Guest post by Trudy Milburn

On November 20th, 2015, on behalf of the Center for International Dialogue, I attended a unique event at the… 570 more words

Applied Intercultural Dialogue

GUEST AUTHOR: We Wish You A Merry Christmas by Jacey Mills

Today I welcome Jacey Mills to the blog.  She’s sharing her Christmas story and has answered some interview questions, sharing a bit about her holiday traditions. 882 more words

M/m Romance