Hostis: A Journal of Incivility – Now Available

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Our journal ‘Hostis’ is now available via Little Black Cart. Thanks to our publisher Ardent Press. The first 100 copies of this journal have been printed with sandpaper covers (they couldn’t do more because it was chewing up the equipment).

Description

Hostis is a negation. It emerges devoid of ethics, lacking any sense of democracy, and without a care for pre-figuring anything. Fed up with the search for a social solution to the present crisis, it aspires to be attacked wildly and painted as utterly black without a single virtue.

In thought, Hostis is the construction of incommensurability that figures politics in formal asymmetry to the powers that be.

In action, Hostis is an exercise in partisanship – speaking in a tongue made only for those that it wants to listen. This partisanship is neither the work of fascists, who look for fights to give their limp lives temporary jolts of excitement, nor martyrs, who take hopeless stands to live the righteousness of loss. Hostis is the struggle to be dangerous in a time when antagonism is dissipated.

This is all because Hostis is the enemy.

Table of contents

1 A Short Introduction to the Politics of Cruelty
33 Nice Shit for Everybody, Global Shade
37 An Enduring Passion for Criminality, Tom Nomad and Gallus Stanig Mag
57 ¿Ulrike?, Daniel Gutiérrez
67 There Is a Third Thing taken from O Globo translated by Pepe Rojo
73 Interlude III, Cassandra Troyan

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8 thoughts on “Hostis: A Journal of Incivility – Now Available

  1. i want to read this immediately! so i’d like to ask if you offer any sort of digital delivery maybe even payable by bitcoin? i live off the grid in a squat place in germany, have no paypal, no bank account and certainly no credit cards. if there’s no alternative i will surely get someone else to order and pay it for me, but still it would be preferable to receive a digital copy. paper’s always better but waiting weeks is bad and also: delivery address problems…

  2. Reblogged this on The Tragic Community and commented:
    It was great to get to work with AC over at AwC on this project – a huge thanks to AC as well for doing a huge chunk of the work in putting this journal together. Snag yourself one of the sandpaper cover copies (limited to 100) while you still can.

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