We are coming to the close of an exciting year for Arktos, which saw the launching of our own Interregnum podcast, our own Arktos Journal, and the publication of nineteen new books and four audiobooks, bringing Arktos to a total of 170 titles (including our new audiobooks), by 60 authors in 16 different languages. We also made important advances on the front of publicity and advertising, both for our new and our old works, improving the services we offer to our authors and bringing knowledge of Arktos and our work to ever wider audiences.
Top 10 Books
2018 saw the birth of Arktos’ Interregnum podcast, discussing literature, philosophy, and metapolitics in the light of current events and publications, and with an eye toward the contemporary plight of the West. Interregnum produced 20 original episodes, both with our authors and a variety of contemporary thinkers, journalists and scholars.
Top 10 Episodes
- The Thought and Life of Julius Evola with Decadent Perspective
- Migration, Identity & Origin Narratives with Survive the Jive
- Carl Schmitt and the Nature of Power with Nils Wegner
- A White Pill on Sweden with Henrik Palmgren and Christoffer Dulny
- Homo Americanus with Tomislav Sunic
- Liberalism Unmasked with Richard Houck
- The Spiritual Path with Guillaume Durocher
- Tommy Robinson and the New Italian Government with Defend Europa
- Julius Evola: The Mask and Face of Contemporary Spiritualism
- Guillaume Faye’s Why We Fight
In September of this year, we also issued the inaugural articles of our new Arktos Journal, a forum for reflection, research and investigation into the political, social and cultural underpinnings of the modern world.
Top 10 Articles
- ‘Nothing New Under the Sun: Elite Driven Social Engineering and the Norman Conquest’, Carolyn Emerick
- ‘What is the Deep Right?’, John Bruce Leonard
- ‘The Romantic Era: A Lighthouse for Modern Nationalism’, Carolyn Emerick
- ‘Futurism: Revolt Against the Past and the nation of Tomorrow’, Henrik Jonasson
- ‘Dante Alighieri and the Philosophy of the Right’, Kerry Bolton
- ‘“Europe a Market?” or “Europe the Power”?’, Alain de Benoist
- ‘The Mystery of the Prehistorical Arctic Thule’, Julius Evola
- ‘Alain de Benoist: Paganism and the Neo-Christian West’, Paul Gottfried
- ‘On the Inauguration of Arktos Journal’, John Bruce Leonard
- ‘Modern Statism as Western Gnosticism’, Richard Storey
We sincerely thank our authors, readers and dedicated followers for their unwavering support, and look forward with enthusiasm to 2019, which promises to be even more productive and exciting a year for our work and our community. Just a few of the many things to look forward to in 2019 are the publication of the third and final volume of Alain de Benoist’s View from the Right and Guillaume Faye’s Waiting for the War. We will be opening the year strongly with two original new titles, Alexander Wolfheze’s Alba Rosa: Ten Traditionalist Essays about the Crisis of the Modern West, a work dedicated to deep consideration of this late moment in Western history from a Traditionalist standpoint, Alexander Dugin‘s Ethnosociology, and Richard Storey’s The Uniqueness of Western Law: A Reactionary Manifesto, bringing to light the innate connection between libertarianism and the legal and religious heritage unique to the Christian West. Soon to follow will be titles by Norman Lowell, Tito Perdue and Fenek Solère, among others.
We wish you the very best for this new year, and invite you to follow Arktos and all our novelties at Arktos.com, as well as on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. To our authors, our readers, and our followers, an excellent 2019!