About a week ago, I appeared on the Freedomain Radio Call In Show with Stefan Molyneux, starting at 40:00. It seemed to me that Molyneux put on his tinfoil hat as soon as I suggested that dialogue could sway the influential ‘elite’ to end the war on ‘white racism’, although perhaps he was just annoyed… Read More Appearance on Freedomain Radio and Interview with Josh Seidel @JewRightWing
So, I just interviewed Pilleater. It can be listened to here. Also, he did a rather professional review of my poetry book: Some more recent poems: ode to slavery how i walked under this yesterday, big house, master chamber looked out the window. a broken bottle. fuck you all. (a wide-open view, an unrivaled luxury.… Read More “LO! a racist exhile” reviewed by Pilleater; Hangout with Pilleater; New Poetry
This is by now old news, but in the immediate aftermath of the NPI conference, myself and my novel were both namedropped in The New York Times and VICE. I will also most likely be appearing in interview footage from The Atlantic and Kamau Bell’s video for CNN. All the journalists were pretty fair with… Read More As Seen in VICE and The New York Times
So, Tom Henry interviewed me. We mostly just sort of waxed poetic on how awestruck we are to bear witness to the turning of history’s engine–of the fact that the moral highground has been abandoned by our oppressors; how it now stands empty, waiting for us to occupy it. If I recall correctly, we also… Read More My Appearance on The Tom Henry Show
Many of you know by now that I’ve completed my novel. It is meant to serve as a gateway to the perspective I’m trying to articulate, and represents the final afterthought of my travels in the US. During these 1.5 years, I went without home or job, outside of society, camping, squatting, hitchhiking, freight-riding, begging,… Read More NOVEL RELEASE: DEATHTOTHEWORLD: an interracial racist love story
Brandon Adamson hit me back with a review of my poetry book LO! a racist exhile on ForceFields.NET: LO! a racist exhile is a poetry travelogue but not of the tourist brochure variety. Though the author was indeed traveling around the world while writing, the book is more of a meditation of his thoughts on… Read More Praise for LO!