Brian Francis Culkin is a writer, filmmaker, cultural theorist, and playwright.
Brian has written extensively about topics ranging from contemporary urban gentrification to the history of boxing; the Presidency of Donald Trump to an analysis of 21st century global capitalism; heroin addiction in modern American society to the cultural development of Boston, Massachusetts; the ideology of neoliberal globalization to Amazonian plant medicine; contemporary cinema to astrology.
His books include The Meaning of Trump, Postscript on Boxing, There is No Such Thing as Boston, Conversations on Gentrification, On Heroin, Spontaneous Reflections, The Ayahuasca Dialogues, Hypermodernity and the End of the World, The Brian Francis Culkin Reader, Boxing and Cinema, Bread (a Play), The Phone Thief, Fragments of Boston, Rene Girard and COVID-19, Spontaneous Reflections Volume II, Video Essays, An Essay on Cancel Culture, Archetypes and Processes (2023), Three Way Street (2023), Studies in Symbolic Astrology (2023), and Spontaneous Reflections Volume III (2023).
PERSONAL WEBSITE: www.brianculkin.com
AMAZON AUTHOR PAGE: https://amzn.to/2L0gYhe