This collection of non-fiction essays attempts to define two modes of storytelling by providing examples of each from popular culture. We talk about how Fisher’s argument fits into our larger discussions of horror stories and how his definitions may be useful for considering the end of capitalism.
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- The Revolution Will Be Weird and Eerie
- Eugene Thacker – Weird, Eerie, and Monstrous: A Review of “The Weird and the Eerie” by Mark Fisher
- Making Sense of “The Weird and the Eerie”
- In Memoriam: Mark Fisher
- why we quit: tariq goddard on leaving zero books
- Toward a Theory of the New Weird