While the book speaks for Bosie, I am pretty sure that it is a book that Oscar Wilde would have clasped to his chest. In his last years he would probably have seen himself as a bad gay and found sympathy and reason in what Lemmey and Miller set out here, as well as the hope.
As authors Troy Vettese and Drew Pendergrass argue in their thrilling and provocative new book, we must humbly accept that humanity cannot fully understand or control the earth—but we can plan new energy systems, large-scale rewilding, and food production for the common good.
Here the authors present their Five Book Plan for imagining a utopian eco-socialist future – or a future at all.
Since the beginning of April, Muslims in India have faced increasing religious persecution and attacks, events that have escalated across the country. Shivangi Mariam Raj reports on this state-led hatred and violence, and the threat of genocide facing the country's 207 million Muslims.