Serge Quadruppani is a French translator, novelist, and essayist involved in radical movements. In English he has published The Sudden Disappearance of the Worker Bees (Arcade Publishing). His blog can be found at quadruppani.blogspot.fr.
MAR 2017 | Field Notes
To get from the Bangalore Airport (Bangalore is the capital of India’s version of Silicon Valley) to the city center, you take a four-lane highway that is lightly traveled and well-maintained. It is flanked by signs as high as four-story buildings, lit up day and night, that proclaim, “Welcome to the Uber side of life.”
JUNE 2015 | Field Notes
On November 11, 2008, a small army of heavily armed police in balaclavas moved into the village of Tarnac, on the Millevaches plateau, a rural area known for resistance activity during the Second World War and its tradition of rural communism.