Phil Rockstroh

A Careless Bully at the KFC at the End of Empire

Captain Pia Klemp Arrives as David Koch Departs the United States of Altamont

Bodies on the Ground and the Rise and Rise of the Economic Elite

Thus Spake Oprah as the New York Times Spots UFOs Over The Comb Over Empire

When the Unthinkable Becomes Quotidian

What Was Verifiably Great About America: Fragments of a Memoir Set to a Musical Soundtrack

Capitalism’s Failure of the Flesh: the Rise of the Robots

A Streetcar Named Deus ex Machina: Democrats, Class, and a Gentleman Suitor Named Russiagate 

Sex, Rage Displacement, and Ecocide: Wanderings in an Interior Archipelago of the Colonised 

2 or 3 Things I Know About Capitalism

Citadels of Paranoia; Panoramas of Despair: an Occupation of Phantoms

Walking in an Anthropocene Wonderland

Fear In A Handful Of Dust

Ecocide And The Soul Of A Nation

Within The National (In)Security State

Tyranny Of The Reasonable

Fortune’s Fools

Empire Of Panic And Ephemera

The Great Dismal

You Can’t Kill Trauma With A Gun

Grappling with Phantoms

After the Flood

Deranged Angels of Self-Preservation

In The Land Of Never Was

Intimations of Bosons Among a Cacophony of Bozos

Not Dark Yet

In The Name Of My Father

Secrets of Empire and Self-Deceptions Of Partisans

Amid The Architecture Of Declining Capitalism

The Post-Modern Bull Connors

We Shall Not be Moved

Late Capitalism and Its Discontents of the American Autumn

Idiot Wind

Life in an Age of Looting

“We Would Rather Die in Our Dread”

“The Arts of Life They Changed Into the Arts of Death”

On the "Issue of Character" and Empire

Ren?, Can We Begin a Dream Collaboration Project?

The Politics of Revenge and Retribution

“If They Can Get You Asking the Wrong Questions, They Don’t Have to Worry About the Answers”

Public Like a Frog

The Deus ex Machina Presidency: a Fantasy

A Götterdämmerung of Kitsch

A Götterdämmerung of Kitsch

A Heap of Broken Images