Interview with Doug Lain of Zero Books on Radical Publishing – Epistemic Unruliness 2

In this episode James talks with Doug Lain, publisher of Zero Books and the host of Zero Squared Podcast. The discussion ranges from what it means to be a radical book publisher in the 21st century, to taking Karl Marx seriously, the legacies of the Frankfurt School, as well as speculating about the aspirations and idealism of the Millennial Zeitgeist, everyone’s favorite generation.

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