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The following is an excerpt from Disinformation’s latest book release INFERNAL DEVICE: Machinery of Torture and Execution, the perfect holiday gift for your friend(s) with the basement dungeon. Author and designer Erik…





The New Yorker’s Anthony Lane reads Charlie Wilson’s War as “politics itself as a game of romance.” The Village Voice‘s Robert Wilonsky draws an analogy to “the wide, wide world of sports,…



Scott Timberg’s critique of Robert Heinlein has many insights on science fiction subcultures: the ‘designer religious virus’ that Heinlein created, why militarist Republicans love Heinlein, and how generational change may mean that…



‘The intent of Hitler: A Career, isn’t to cast the notorious demigod to the flames, but to shed light on the ways an image is made, an ideology forged, and a populous…




‘A newly released 1972 memo shows how Kissinger, while national security adviser, enlisted Soviet Ambassador Anatoly Dobrynin to fight the real enemy: Secretary of State William Rogers.’ GO TO FULL STORY