From the International Journal of Zizek Studies, Sheila Kunkle (Vermont): Embracing the Paradox: Zizek’s Illogical Logic; Roque Farran (Conicet-UNC): The Concept of Citizenship in Postmarxist Theory: The Return of the Political and the Issue of Madness; Federico Bellini (Siena): Beckett’s Ticklish Characters: Reading Beckett through Zizek; Luke John Howie (Monash): Representing Terrorism: Reanimating Post-9/11 New York City; Kareen Ror Malone (UWG): Female Rivals: Feminism, Lacan &  Zizek try to think of something new to say; and Slavoj Zizek on Notes Towards a Definition of Communist Culture. From First Things, Edward T. Oakes, S.J. on Slavoj Zizek, religion and violence; and a review of The Monstrosity of Christ: Paradox or Dialectic? by Slavoj Zizek and John Milbank (and more). A review of Violence by Slavoj Zizek. Hollywood Today: Slavoj Zizek on a report from an ideological frontline. From Democracy Now, an interview with Slavoj Zizek on a bunch of stuff (and more from New Statesman on why he rejects mainstream political theory, why he supports Barack Obama, and why we need Marx more than ever). Time to revive communism: A review of First As Tragedy, Then As Farce by Slavoj Zizek (and more and more). Post-Wall: Slavoj Zizek on neo-anti-Communism. From zizekspeaks at Twitter, "When Lacan writes, Do not sacrifice your desire!, he exhorts you to dare". A review of Zizek: A (Very) Critical Introduction by Marcus Pound. So you'd like to know what the hell is Zizek talking about (and a clip from "Zizek!")