The Quietus | Features | Tome On The Range | Prole Art Threat: Cynthia Cruz On The Melancholia Of Class
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With her new book The Melancholia of Class just out from Repeater Books, author Cynthia Cruz talks to Enrico Monacelli about identity politics, class consciousness, and why Mark E. Smith was one of the great working class militants of the 20th Century

first I’m hearing from this book, very enlightning interview with the author, quite curious to read it

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Are you the actual account for @invent_the_future@lemmygrad.ml ?

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I mean: are you the actual Invent The Future account that I see sometimes on Twitter and has their own website, or do you just happen to have that name.

Sorry if I still worded the question weird.

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oh no worries, I’m not tho, I do believe someone asked me that once here as well, it’s just based on the Sankara quote

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OH!

Sure

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