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263 pages, 5.5″x8.5″
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“The problem with intellectuals is they try to impress people who don’t matter.”
Cultured Grugs: Dispatches From America in Collapse is a selection of essays by John “Borzoi” Chapman written since 2018, including pieces published in The American Sun and on his blog, Race Borz, as well as several new essays. A prolific writer and podcaster, Chapman meticulously critiques the ills of the modern world in a fashion that is at once black-pilling and hopeful, sober and witty. As he humbly bears witness to the fire around us, while looking to the future, Chapman concludes with a letter addressed to his unborn child.
Antelope Hill Publishing is proud to preserve John “Borzoi” Chapman’s previous writings in physical form and publish his additional essays for his print debut: Cultured Grugs: Dispatches From America in Collapse.
“Nothing in this world we live in will ever make sense to you
unless you understand you live under an occupation
and are thus subject to the rules of an occupation.”
– John “Borzoi” Chapman, “The Feasts of Shame”
Seeing Borzoi’s takes on Twitter culminated into a book is something I couldn’t pass up. From his viewpoints and dissection of American logic and society, to what he calls “PissEarth 2025”, it’s one way to add a few points to your IQ. Never had myself chuckling on one page of a book, only to have a deep-seated dread overtake me on the next. Borzoi does a great job of relaying that, in fact, we do have hope in this desolate wasteland of a society.
Becoming a Chinese Professor, and writing a book were some of the greatest decisions of his life.
Is it weird I kept finding myself reading this in Borzoi’s voice?
“cuh cuh cuh collapse”
Just finished this a few days ago and took some time to stew on it. Definitely one of my all time favorites. Borzoi’s writing style is engaging and highly entertaining. I can’t recommend it highly enough.