by Locust Radio
Adam, Tish, and Alex discuss all manner of post-election oddities, and what they tell us about an imminent Joe Biden presidency.
We also talk about the prospects for anti-fascism, the tasks of radical art, and why brunch is a stupid idea for a meal in the first place. Plus, poetry from Tish and fellow Locust editor Mike Linaweaver, and the final thoughts of two very presidential severed heads.
For the second half of our show, available to SUBSCRIBERS ONLY, we share some of our current writing and research, including a much-overlooked group of writers who tried to claim sci-fi for communism in the 1930s, and an overview of the work of Hugo-nominated fantasy writer Chuck Tingle. If you want to hear this portion, and haven’t subscribed yet, do so now: https://www.patreon.com/locustreview
“The Urgency of Anti-Fascism,” by Adam Turl, Tempest, October 15th, 2020:
Starship Troopers, written by Eric Neumeier, directed by Paul Verhoeven
“The Politics of the Pandemic: Panel I,” part of Historical Materialism Online, featuring Rob Wallace, Richard Seymour, Josep Maria Antentas, George Nikolaidis:
“Out of the Castle and Into the Street: Art Under Trump,” editorial in Red Wedge, January 20th, 2017:
"One thinge that ouerthroweth all that were graunted before’: On Being Presidential,” by China Mieville, Salvage, January 30th, 2018
Locust Radio is produced by Drew Franzblau. It is hosted by Alexander Billet, Tish Markley and Adam Turl.