From Mediations, is Capital about labor, or unemployment? Does Marxism have a theory of the political, or is it better off without one? Fredric Jameson previews the argument of his forthcoming book, Representing Capital; Anna Kornbluh on Marx’s Victorian novel; and is it plausible to imagine that Marx or Engels took up Jewish or Christian eschatology, in any substantial form, into their thought? A review of Marxism and Scientific Socialism: From Engels to Althusser by Paul Thomas. "My Dear Rosa": Scott McLemee reviews The Letters of Rosa Luxemburg (and more and more and more and more and more). Emily Witt on the mystery of Rosa Luxemburg’s corpse. Slavoj Zizek on Lenin’s full subjective engagement. A review of Antonio Gramsci by Antonio A. Santucci. Don't call me comrade: A review of Russia’s Cold War: From the October Revolution to the Fall of the Wall by Jonathan Haslam and A Dictionary of 20th-Century Communism. Robert Conquest recommends five books on Communism, from novels and personal narratives to theoretical works. A review of A Guided Tour Through the Museum of Communism: Fables from a Mouse, a Parrot, a Bear, a Cat, a Mole, a Pig, a Dog, and a Raven by Slavenka Drakulic. A review of The Communist Hypothesis by Alain Badiou. Average Joe: Tomasz Sommer and Marek Jan Chodakiewicz on the return of Stalin apologists. Communist Chic: Seth Porges on 8 strange examples of Soviet design. Dead and buried utopia? Alvaro Curia on communicating communism's identity in 21st century and the Portuguese Communist Party's role today. You might be a Marxist if you believe God hates capitalism (and more). Towards a Queer Marxism? A review of The Reification of Desire: Toward a Queer Marxism by Kevin Floyd and Sexuality and Socialism: History, Politics, and Theory of LGBT Liberation by Sherry Wolf.