Leo Cookman (@leocookman)

Leo Cookman is a writer and theorist based in Kent. He has written for Wisecrack, the Hong Kong Review of Books, Philosophy Now magazine, among others. His book of cultural theory ‘Time’s Lie’ from Zero Books will be out in 2020.


Another Pardoner's Tale: Labour in Canterbury and Whitstable

The media discourse on the election in Canterbury suggests that Remain will be decisive if Labour is to hold the seat, this erases questions of material need throughout the constituency.

The Dead Canary

Workers suffering is the early warning sign that video game firms, key to the products-as-services, platform capitalism, boom within the emergence of tech and culture consumerism is entering a crisis.

Another Pardoner's Tale: Labour in Canterbury and Whitstable

The media discourse on the election in Canterbury suggests that Remain will be decisive if Labour is to hold the seat, this erases questions of material need throughout the constituency.

The Dead Canary

Workers suffering is the early warning sign that video game firms, key to the products-as-services, platform capitalism, boom within the emergence of tech and culture consumerism is entering a crisis.