McKenzie Wark

McKenzie Wark is the author of The Beach Beneath the Street (Verso), Telesthesia (Polity) and A Hacker Manifesto (Harvard 2004), Molecular Red: Theory for the Anthropocene (Verso 2015), and various other things. He teaches in the Liberal Studies MA at the New School for Social Research in New York City.


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Creators of the World Unite

"Information Doesn't Want to Be Free" is more than a Creators' Rights for Dummies: it provides the elements for a class-based theory of creative production....


A More Interesting Grief: On Andrey Platonov
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