The Salvage Collective on the death cult of capital accumulation.
How the 2016 women’s protests situated reproductive rights within the context of labor rights and class composition.
Susan Sontag introduces Walter Benjamin by dissecting his own words and the words of his peers. All through the inescapable lens of Benjamin's melancholy.
Hatherley examines how the closure of public libraries and the “tidying up” of Walthamstow’s street signs unveils what went so horrendously wrong with Britain’s built environment.
Books that envisage a different working world.
Malm and the Zetkin Collective's latest contribution reveals the racist roots of ecofascism.
The celebrated feminist writer Vivian Gornick discusses her new work with her Verso editor, Jessie Kindig.
Jacques Rancière explains the temporality of the promise and how it shapes our political reality.
In an excerpt from her new book, Nancy Folbre explains how patriarchy manifests in our political institutions, rights, and laws.
150 years after the birth of Rosa, what is the heritage of her works and activity? Peter Hudis, translator of the on-going Complete Works of Rosa Luxemburg series, talks to Yurii Colombo.