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Matt Forney’s Podcast Extravaganza, Episode Fourteen: Nomads and Heroes


On this episode of the Extravaganza, I talk to author and AltRight co-editor Andy Nowicki about his novels, alienation and sex in the modern world, The Fourth Turning and the differences between Baby Boomers, GenXers and Millennials, and much, much more.

Listen below:

As I said before, I’ve reviewed all of Nowicki’s books to date. Check ’em out: Considering SuicideThe Columbine Pilgrim, The Doctor and the Heretic and Other Stories, Under the Nihil, and Heart Killer. To advertise on the show, click here.

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  • Aedwald

    A very interesting discussion!

  • It’s torture: Just when I thought I’d thrown-off being blamed as a fucking baby boomer, noting that I fell more in the gen x er time frame, here I am being blamed for these characteristics (pessimism, skepticism, passivity) which have nothing to do with how I’ve been. This generational argument sickens me. It has nothing to say about the societal onslaught (e.g. feminism), being left in the wake of the baby boomer locusts, all this PC stuff WE had to heroically overcome, only to have the blame placed in us by the propagandists all over again – what shit – probably because those of us who truly understand its causes can trace the sources of this “alienation” and hold its perpetrators to account.

  • stormrung

    Yes! 70s=Pessimism. Generation X is all about a sort of deep, profound sense of tragedy.

  • “The man who shouted love at the heart of the world”.

    Is Matt Forney Ferdinand Bardamu of In Mala Fide?