Exploring the Weird with Erik Davis [Weird Studies Podcast]

R.S. contributor and author of Reclaiming Art in the Age of Artifice J.F. Martel is joined by Weird Studies co-host Phil Ford and Erik Davis (author of Techngosis) for a fascinating conversation on the nature of weirdness.

From the show notes: 

Scholar, journalist and author Erik Davis joins Phil and JF for a freewheeling conversation on the permutations of the weird, Burning Man, speculative realism, the uncanny, the H. P. Lovecraft/Philip K. Dick syzygy, and how the world has gotten weirder (and less weird) since Erik’s groundbreaking Techgnosis was published twenty years ago.

Listen here and subscribe to Weird Studies on your podcast app of choice, a phenomenal podcast series undoubtedly compatible with the high-weirdness quotient of your average Reality Sandwich reader.

Not weird enough for you? Check out Erik Davis on BoingBoing with his essay, “Weird Shit.”

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Written by Jeremy Johnson
Author Jeremy D Johnson is a founding editor for Liminal, and Editor of Philosophies at Revelore Press. He is a writer, consciousness studies researcher, and speaker exploring integral futurism and cultural evolution. Jeremy is the current president of the International Jean Gebser Society, and author of Seeing Through the World: Jean Gebser and Integral Consciousness. He is currently working on his next book, entitled Fragments of an Integral Futurism (2019).
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