John is author of Debriefing the President: The Interrogation of Saddam Hussein from Blue Rider Press.
Marc also dropped the hottest, best-reviewed videogame of 2016, THUMPER, we'll hear about that too.
Jake wrote the article Senator-Elect and Former Paramilitary Leader Guy Philippe Arrested on Drug Charges for CEPR.
Antonia wrote the article Rex Tillerson Could Be America's Most Dangerous Secretary of State for In These Times.
Elliot is author of the essay The Concept of the Wall for ROAR Magazine.
Sorry to be so specific and surprising with the text of Jeff's tease.
Mark wrote the piece The Real Trump for New York Review of Books.
Alexandra is author of Assassin of Youth: A Kaleidoscopic History of Harry J. Anslinger's War on Drugs from University of Chicago Press.
Julianne wrote the article Digital Redlining: How Internet Service Providers Promote Poverty for Truthout.
Jeff is starting off 2017 on a high T note.
Andrew wrote the article The New Red Scare in the December issue of Harper's.
Ed will cover new modes of living, collaborative solidarity and insurgent media but I couldn't fit that in the above headline.
Dan wrote the recent article How Centrists Failed Immigrants for Jacobin.
Viet is author of the book Nothing Ever Dies: Vietnam and the Memory of War from Harvard University Press.
Michael will take us through the highs and lows of the year in craft beer.
A radical turn from his hammock-bound MOT last week.
Azzurra last spoke to This Is Hell! on day two of the nation-wide prison work stoppage.
This week Yves wrote the blog post We Demand That The Washington Post Retract Its Propaganda Story Defaming Naked Capitalism and Other Sites and Issue an Apology.
Sarah wrote the article Why Anti-Trump Protests Matter for Rolling Stone.
Manuel is a Green Party politician in Kerpen, Germany.
Ashley recently wrote Trump Eats the Planet for the Verso blog.
Jeff Dorchen, classic bad boy.
Heather is author of the book Blood in the Water: The Attica Prison Uprising of 1971 and Its Legacy from Pantheon.
Kate and Steve wrote the article America needs a network of rebel cities to stand up to Trump at Medium.
Sarah will be updating us on the struggle for water and land she last talked about with us in September.
Annie is author of Dead Pledges Debt, Crisis, and Twenty-First-Century Culture from Stanford University Press.
Seth wrote the article A Blueprint for a New Party in the latest issue of Jacobin.
I don't know enough about pigs or German history to understand what this means, sorry reader.
Ruth is author of America the Anxious: How Our Pursuit of Happiness Is Creating a Nation of Nervous Wrecks from St. Martin's Press.
Liza contributed to and edited False Choices: The Faux Feminism of Hillary Rodham Clinton from Verso Books. Doug wrote My Turn: Hillary Clinton Targets the Presidency from OR Books.
Richard and his fellow editors at Salvage wrote the essay Saturn devours his young: President Trump.
Michelle wrote the article For Millions, the Election was Always Lost for Dissent.
Dr. Sahloul wrote about his experiences in the op-ed I'm a doctor in Chicago. Here's what I saw when I went to help in Aleppo for the Guardian.
Trevor's most recent Guardian op-eds are Obama has handed a surveillance state and war machine to a maniac and If Donald Trump gets his way, his administration will be disastrous.
Micah wrote the essay Two Paths Forward at his website, and the op-ed Protests won't stop Trump. We need a movement that transforms into a party for the Guardian.
Jeff assured me that this piece killed the other night at his LA-based literary competition thing he does.
John wrote the recent article The FBI Isn’t Done With Me for Reader Supported News.
Forrest is author of the book Down, Out, and Under Arrest: Policing and Everyday Life in Skid Row -from University of Chicago Press.
PEN America released the investigative report And Campus for All: Diversity, Inclusion, and Free Speech at U.S. Universities.
Tom wrote the Harper's cover story Swat Team: The media’s extermination of Bernie Sanders, and real reform
Greg's latest documentary The Best Democracy Money Can Buy: The Movie is screening in theaters and available online now.
If you squint real hard you can sort of see Jeff pictured in Caravaggio's The Denial of Saint Peter.