Comrades, This is Madness, the Spring/Summer 2020 issue of Salvage, put together during the pandemic
The Salvage Editorial Collective on the Covid-19 crisis
'Mothering Against the World': Sophie Lewis on 'Momrades'
'The Bushes': new fiction from China Miéville
'Hookers and Other Angels': photography from Juno Mac (co-author of Revolting Prostitutes)
'Prepared for the Worst': Richard Seymour on Disaster Nationalism
'Welfare State Populism and the "Left-Behind Left"' by Kevin Ochieng Okoth
'A Glimmer of a Shell of a Husk' by Maya Osborne
'The Phallic Road to Socialism' by Sebastian Budgen
A newly translated interview with Daniel Guérin
'Nationalism After Coronavirus' by Sivamohan Valluvan
'Striking in Striking Times: Capitalism's Coronavirus Crisis' by Gregor Gall
'Getting Dressed for a Pandemic' by Camila Valle
'Out of the Iron Lung: A Miasma Theory of Coronavirus' by Matthew Broomfield
And poetry by Nisha Ramayya, this issue's featured poet, and an interview with her conducted by Salvage's poetry editor, Caitlín Doherty.