Anitra Nelson discusses her new book envisioning a post-money version of the future.
A new collection of essays gives voice to a demographic which has been newly-galvanised into action.
The novelist discusses his electrifying debut, which offers a deft examination of masculinity under late capitalism.
Author Olivia Yallop discusses her new book, which examines both the pitfalls and the transformative potential of online culture.
Writer and academic Alessandro Delfanti discusses his new book, which explores how Amazon uses intrusive surveillance technology to disempower its workers.
The Albanian academic and author talks to writer Diyora Shadijanova about her vital book documenting a pivotal moment in history.
The author talks to writer James Greig about her debut novel – a sharply-observed satire meets horror about the modern-day trans experience and the insidious creep of fascism.
Writer and researcher Amelia Horgan speaks to Phil Jones about his new book, which considers how a precarious form of labour carried out online is shaping the future of work and what it says about the state of global capitalism.
Author Adam Zmith discusses his new book tracing the history of poppers and the drug’s role in forging a greater queer future.
Ahead of the release of their new book, authors Will Stronge and Kyle Lewis tell us how reducing the working week could advance multiple social causes.
Author Eve Livingston discusses her new book, which makes the case for seizing on the collective power of unions to revolutionise the workplace.
Charlie Brinkhurst-Cuff and Timi Sotire discuss their new book featuring 28 inspirational Black British voices on the experience of joy.