Geoff Dutton

Geoff Dutton is a reformed geek turned columnist, novelist, and publisher hailing from Boston who writes about whatever distortions of reality strike his fancy. Turkey Shoot, his novel interrogating the lives and times of members of a cell of terrorists in Europe, recently received an award for Courage in Fiction. You can find more of his writing here and at Progressive Pilgrim Review. He welcomes correspondence at geoff-at-perfidy-dot-press.

How Not to Fix the Post Office or Government in General

Looking Behind and Beyond the Sacking of the Capitol

A Good Time: Civilization Hits the Pause Button

Coronavirus as Metaphor: It’s Not Peanuts

Business as Unusual: Notes on a Pandemic

Where Was Rudy Giuliani When Democrats Needed Him?

Where the Wild Things Were: Abbey’s Road Revisited

Talking Trash: Unfortunate Truths About Recycling

Deval Patrick, the Compassionate Corporatist?

Why High Technology’s Double-Edged Sword is So Hard to Swallow

Yes, Virginia, There are Conspiracies—I Think

Unleashing My Inner Jihadi

Fair and Balanced Opinion at the New York Times

When Momma Ain’t Happy: Downsides of Innovation Mania

Electrocuting Oral Tradition

Pity the Immigrant Warrior: How NPR Elides Facts to Further Hegemony

Franking Privileges: Barney and the Jet Set

Deep State 101: A Primer and Prescription

Steal This Book: The Publishing Misadventures of a CIA Whistleblower

Will the State Department Become a Subsidiary of the CIA?

Notes From Inside a Glass Prison

From Russia with Trepidation: The Rocky Ride of Edward G. Robinson

One Regime to Rule Them All

America Loves Islamic Terrorists (Abroad): ISIS as Proxy US Mercenaries

Living With Truth Decay

Watching Watchbirds: On Surveillance, Watch Lists, Disinformation, and Secrecy

The Net’s Good Old Boys: Dr. (Don’t Be) Evil Meets Dr. Strangelove

How Not to Unwind a Clockwork Orange

The Net’s Good Old Boys: If Only We Knew Then

The Net’s Good Old Boys: Hacking the Arpanet

Cutting Cords to Kurds: Facebook’s Foreign Policy

The Company We Sadly Keep

NPR, the CIA and Corporatism

Harvard, the CIA, and All That

Winning Isn’t Everything, Scott Adams Says: Winning Bigly Is

AI: Pavlov’s Dogs Innovators Zombifying Humanity

The Curious Case of Citizen Alan Grayson

Channeling Molly

The Russian Patsy

What to Do Before Election Day

PBS Peddles Context-Free Anti-Terrorism

Will Trump Fire Himself?

Let’s (Third) Party

Occupying the DNC

Hello and Goodbye Turkey

Mere Coincidences on the Campaign Trail

The Curious Case of Alan Grayson

Clocking the Court

Bad Actor Risk Factor Fear Reaction

War in Our Time