b2o: an online journal

Racheal Fest — What Will Modernism Be?

by Racheal Fest This essay has been peer-reviewed by the b2o editorial collective.  The absence of imagination had itself to be imagined. — Wallace Stevens, “The Plain Sense of Things” US...

reviews

Eugene Thacker – Weird, Eerie, and Monstrous: A Review of “The Weird and the...

by Eugene Thacker Review of Mark Fisher, The Weird and the Eerie (Repeater, 2017) For a long time, the horror genre was not generally considered worthy of critical,...

Micah Robbins — Misanthropic Humanism & the Politics of Comic Futility: Robert T. Tally...

By Micah Robbins Kurt Vonnegut owes a good measure of his popularity, both as novelist and public intellectual, to his gift for treating the most...

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