Our Writers


Ryan Anderson is a teacher, traveler, and essayist based in Melbourne, Australia.
Alexander Blum writes fiction and essays. His website is www.alexanderblum.net.
Justin Carmien is a lecturer on philosophy at Spinderihallerne, Vejle, Denmark. He teaches philosophy of mind, philosophy of science, metaphysics, and political metamodernism.
Henry George is a freelance writer from the U.K., focusing on politics, political philosophy, and culture. He has also written at Quillette, Merion West, The Post Millennial, Arc Digital, & more.
Mark Granza is an Italian freelance writer, journalist, and the founding editor of IM—1776.
William Guppy is a writer from London. He's the author of "Ha, Ha, Ha, Delightful".
Nicolas Hausdorf is a German writer living in Melbourne, Victoria. He is the author of the "Psychogeography Superstructural Berlin". You can find some of his work at: linktr.ee/nhausdorf.
Henry Hopwood-Phillips is a Byzantine historian from London. He writes on: byzantineambassador.com
Alex Kaschuta is a writer and essayist from Romania. She writes on: sortalexout.com
Michael Michailidis is a Greek author of fiction and cultural theory. He is the writer, presenter, and co-producer of "Ancient Greece Revisited".
Daniel Miller is a writer and Surrealist. He’s the author of "Dracula Rules the World and Mark Zuckerberg is His Son".
Michael Millerman is a scholar of political philosophy. Michael holds a Ph.D. in Political Science from the University of Toronto and a BA in Philosophy from the University of British Columbia.
Sepha Pagdanganan is a law student. Her website is: sephapagdanganan.wixsite.com/sepha
Jacob Phillips is an academic living in London.
Geoff Shullenberger is a writer and academic. He blogs at www.outsidertheory.com.
Ugo Stornaiolo S. is an Italian-Ecuadorian law student, journalist and policy analyst. He is the head researcher at 'Resistencia Metapolitica', and the Latin America correspondant for 'Navarra Confidencial'.

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