AUTHORS BY NAME
Ryan Anderson is a teacher, traveler, and essayist based in Melbourne, Australia.
Alexander Blum writes fiction and essays. His website is: alexanderblum.net.
Paul Brian is a freelance journalist and writer currently based in Brazil. His website is: paulrbrian.com.
Justin Carmien is a lecturer on philosophy at Spinderihallerne, Vejle, Denmark. He teaches philosophy of mind, philosophy of science, metaphysics, and political metamodernism.
Steven Fairchild is a former film-maker, now a writer, scholar, and Ph.D. candidate in political philosophy living in Phoenix.
Henry George is a freelance writer from the U.K., focusing on politics, political philosophy, and culture.
Mark Granza is an Italian writer 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".
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
Scott Litts is a writer based in New York City. He blogs at: violence.cafe.
George Marsden is a Welsh writer based in Glasgow.
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
Gio Pennacchietti is an artist, writer, and graduate from Canada.
Jacob Phillips is an academic living in London.
Carl Eric Scott is an American independent scholar in political science and co-author of "Totalitarianism on Screen: The Art and Politics of the Lives of Others".
Geoff Shullenberger is a writer and academic. He blogs at: outsidertheory.com
Ben Sixsmith is an English writer living in Poland who has written for Quillette, The Spectator and the Washington Examiner, among others.
Blake Smith is a historian of modern France, translator, and a Harper-Schmidt Fellow at the University of Chicago.
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'.
Riva-Melissa Tez lives in Las Vegas and has a background in technology and finance.
Scott Yenor is a Washington Fellow at the Claremont Institute’s new Center for the American Way of Life and a professor of political science at Boise State University.
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