Books by Michael Casey

Released: Nov. 15, 2016

"There's not much new here apart from some synthesis of current theories about meme proliferation and networking, but the book should interest cyberspace completists."
A manifesto of sorts, proclaiming that the ubiquity of social media is not necessarily the end of the world, Luddites notwithstanding, even if those media need to be cajoled "into a healthier state." Read full book review >
Released: May 29, 2012

"A well-reported, deeply serious appraisal of the exceptional damage a dysfunctional system inflicts on unexceptional people."
A Wall Street Journal managing editor and columnist explains how the distorted policies underlying the global financial system undermine the Average Joes of all nations. Read full book review >
CHE’S AFTERLIFE by Michael Casey
Released: April 14, 2009

"Meandering but heady exploration of a focal point of politics and popular culture."
A semiotic history of one of the world's most widely reproduced, ideologically fraught photographs. Read full book review >