MH discusses children in the US prison system, the racial biases evident in incarceration patterns and the idea of a world without prisons.
Derick Varn explores musical poetry.
Marcel Krueger confesses his cowardice over finding himself lost on a woodland trail.
What is wrong with the Universal Basic Income? What should we learn from the Unabomber today? Who are a politics of ‘progress’ serving now?
In a new feature at the HKRB, we are running extracts and chapters from forthcoming books by authors. The first feature is the opening chapter of Daniel Bristow’s political text.
Angus Reoch considers the dominance of empathy within capitalist ethics.
Alexandre Leskanich discusses the validity of history, interrogates the importance placed on ‘historicizing’ and argues that the production of history is itself capitalist.
Lydia Plantamura discusses the famous Frank Booth and goes beyond to explore Dennis Hopper’s own mad brilliance as a true artist.