Books

CONSENT FACTORY ESSAYS, VOL. II (2018-2019), available from Amazon, Bookshop, Indiebound, Barnes & Noble, Book Depository, and most other fine booksellers.

Consent Factory Essays Vol 2 - Small“C.J. Hopkins is the modern Western version of a Samizdat writer, i.e. a forbidden wit who loudly says things that are obvious but Not Spoken Of in officialdom … his furious columns have increasingly become required reading as ‘normal’ media discourse strays further and further from reality.” Matt Taibbi, Rolling Stone

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CONSENT FACTORY ESSAYS, VOL. I (2016-2017), available from Amazon, Waterstones, Barnes & Noble, IndieBound, and most other booksellers.

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“A collection of darkly satirical essays that skewer the numbskullery of Trump, his hapless political opponents, and the boneheaded warriors of the corporate media who flounder hopelessly in the president’s turbulent wake … what will almost certainly be the most incisive chronicle of the reign of the 45th President and Buffoon-in-Chief of the United States of America.” Tony Sutton, ColdType

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ZONE 23, C. J. Hopkins’ debut novel, available from Amazon, Waterstones, Barnes & Noble, IndieBound, Book Depository, and most other booksellers.

ZONE 23 COVER - CreateSpace2“Hopkins’ ferociously funny yarn is not just a satire on our ever-worsening techno-dystopia … in portraying individuals struggling and flailing against the uber-civilization around them like flies caught a spider web, Zone 23 resonates with the great critiques of technological civilization.” Kevin Barrett, The Unz Review

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C. J. Hopkins’ plays are available from Bloomsbury Publishing (Methuen), Broadway Play Publishing, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and many other fine booksellers.

“A feral ferris-wheel of comedy, confusion, contradiction, obfuscation and bent-out-of-shape straight talking that leaps out of the room at you and harnesses you to its mischievous mindset.” Metro (Alan Chadwick)

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SCREWMACHINE bppi cover“A blistering revelation … Hopkins’ body of work owes a huge debt to the absurdists and so manages to blast beyond the merely political or allegorical to the existential.” Time Out New York (Trav S. D.)

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The Extremists - BPPI cover“A gripping satire, which spills into sinister weirdness.” Tageszeitung (Esther Slevogt)