Monthly Archives: March 2014

Magic and Witches and Capitalism’s Destruction of the World

I’ve been simultaneously reading Keith Thomas’s magisterial and canonic Religion and the Decline of Magic and Silvia Federici’s Caliban and the Witch. They complement one another really well, obviously, and my mind is now a swamp of feminist rage and … Continue reading

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Paper Comments

Sorry for my extended absence! I have been busy writing rude letters to the New Yorker. Exciting stuff coming soon but in the meantime: – Good title! – excellent – glorious! – !!! HEAPS OF MOUNTAINS! – confusing–the women spent … Continue reading

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