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Coffee with Comrades

A weekly News, Politics and Arts podcast
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I recently sat down with Andy from The Poor Proles Almanac to discuss, well, a whole bunch of shit. We talked about firearms, guerilla gardening, permaculture, and raising chickens. Andy even had the audacity to defend the Pumpkin Spice Latte o
Holy shit, y'all, we fucking did it! 150 episodes of this silly, radical, wholesome podcast. 150 conversations, discussions, dialogues, interviews, chit-chats, back-and-forths. Wow wow wow wow wow wow. To celebrate, we do a bit of house-keep
“The ultimate, hidden truth of the world is that it is something that we make and could just as easily make differently.” David Graeber, The Utopia of Rules Dedicated to the memory of David Graeber. Rest in power.  Recently, I sat down with N
I recently sat down with the folks behind the forthcoming documentary East of Town to talk about immigration, justice, and borders in the Deep South town of Lumpkin, GA. Our sprawling conversation touched on a whole lot--from the depressing co
This week, Justine and Hal join us to discuss the brand new Solarpunk magazine! In this wide-ranging conversation, the three of us define “solarpunk” as both a literary/aesthetic genre, but also as a way-of-life. We pick apart the anti-authorit
On today’s edition of Coffee with Comrades, we spoke with Lee—better known as Your Friendly Butch Anarchist—about community accountability. YFBA's thread on community accountability.  Follow YFBA on Twitter and Instagram. Support YFBA on Patre
Ep. 145 of Coffee with Comrades features a conversation with Geo Maher, author of the new book A World Without Police: How Communities Make Cops Obsolete. Geo and I discuss abolition as presence, connect the history of reconstruction to the pre
I recently sat down with Jay Dragon, lead designer behind Possum Creek Games and developer of the new tabletop roleplaying game, Wanderhome. The two of us proceeded to have quite a lovely conversation that I’m so excited to share with you today
I recently sat down with Robert Ovetz to chat about his book Workers Inquiry and Global Class Struggle! The conversation jumped around a bunch. We chatted about the strike as a tactic, the  unique types of struggle that are occurring in places
I recently caught up with my comrade Cory, who hosts the show The Mind of a Skeptical Leftist. The two of us chatted over a coffee about why SWERFs suck, how awful Joe Biden is, and some other fun stuff. The discussion was engrossing and we had
On this week’s edition of Coffee with Comrades, we’re doing something a little special. In the first part of Ep. 141, I sat down with Scott Branson to talk about the new English language version of a book they translated for AK Press, The Aboli
On today’s episode, historian, professor, and author Michael Reagan joins me to discuss his new book, Intersectional Class Struggle, available now through AK Press! Michael and I chat at length about the necessity of intersectionality, the mode
On today’s episode, I sat down with Jonathan Bailey, a labor organizer who recently ran for a seat on NYC’s City Council, to discuss working at Amazon, labor and unionization efforts at Amazon, and why anticolonialism is such a crucial facet of
I recently caught up with the anarchist street artist, printmaker, and graphic designer NO Bonzo, a Portland-based illustrator who’s been working on PM Press’s forthcoming Mutual Aid: An Illuminated Factor of Evolution, Pyotr Kropotkin’s semina
On today’s edition of the program, I sat down with my pal John Duffy to discuss the new podcast he’s producing, After the Uprising: The Death of Danye Dion Jones. John is a journalist, writer, film-maker, and podcaster, as well as a dear friend
Today, we bring you a special collaboration with our Channel Zero Network friends and colleagues, 12 Rules For What!? In this edition of the program, Sam, Alex, and I discuss the current iterations of reactionary politics, unpack the fascist im
This week, I am joined by my lovely friend Kathrin, who hosts a YouTube channel that discusses political science and anthropology through a feminist lens. Kathrin and I spent the hour discussing prisons, police, and abolition. We chatted about
We are back, once again, with your weekly dosage of Coffee with Comrades. Joining me this week, once again, for the second half of our special two-part collaboration are Jesse and Matt, co-hosts of the excellent podcast, The Future is a Mixtape
This week, I am pleased to share with you a subject that is very close to my heart (and often on my mind, for that matter.) I recently sat down with Jesse and Matt, co-hosts of the Future is a Mixtape, to discuss the theory and praxis of anti-a
We are back in action, once again, with another episode of Coffee with Comrades. I recently sat down with my friend and comrade, Cindy Milstein, to talk about her new edited anthology, There is Nothing So Whole as a Broken Heart: Mending the Wo
We are back with your weekly helping of Coffee with Comrades and, boy, do we have a show for you! I sat down with my friend and comrade, author and activist Shane Burley, who’s new book, Why We Fight, is available now through AK Press! Shane an
This week, author and activist Eric Laursen joins me to discuss his new book, The Operating System: An Anarchist Critique of the Modern State available May 4th, 2021 through AK Press. Eric and I discuss the origins of the modern state, its rela
This week, we're bringing your Coffee with Comrades fix a little early. Apparently, some bourgeoisie Hollywood socialites are throwing themselves a party this evening so, in light of the festivities, we're sharing our recent collaboration with 
Episode 128 of Coffee with Comrades features a conversation with independent journalist Abby Lee Hood. We discuss the storied history of the term “redneck," critiquing liberal elitism and self-righteousness, exploring the labor history of redne
This week, Michael Pons joins me for a discussion of the hit indie video game, Disco Elysium: The Final Cut. Pons and I explore the game's politics of insincerity, the philosophical existentialism of the game and its universe, the masculinist
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