Daniel Friberg holds an MBA from the School of Business, Economics and Law at Gothenburg University. He has previously conducted research into the Gothenburg Maritime Cluster, worked with mergers and acquisitions, business valuation, as a CFO, management consultant and business analyst. He is the co-founder and CEO of the British publishing house Arktos Media Ltd., which is one of the world-leading publishers of traditionalist and right-wing literature. He is also the author of the recently published "Högern kommer tillbaka: Handbok för den äkta oppositionen" (Arktos, 2015), and its English translation, "Return of the Real Right: A Handbook for the True Opposition" (Arktos, 2015). Official Facebook page
Tor Westman is a Swedish IT entrepreneur and co-founder of RightOn.net, with a strong track record of successful IT projects within the Swedish alternative right. Born in Stockholm in 1988. He currently lives in Budapest, Hungary, and is working with Arktos Media Ltd.
Alain de Benoist is the leading thinker of the European ‘New Right’ movement, a school of political thought founded in France in 1968 with the establishment of GRECE (Research and Study Group for European Civilisation). To this day he remains its primary representative, even while rejecting the label ‘New Right’ for himself. An ethnopluralist defender of cultural uniqueness and integrity, he has argued for the right of Europeans to retain their identity in the face of multiculturalism, and he has opposed immigration, while still preferring the preservation of native cultures over the forced assimilation of immigrant groups. He has authored dozens of books and essays on topics such as immigration, religion, philosophy and political theory. In 1978, he received the Grand Prix de l'Essai from the Académie Française for his book Vu de droite [View from the Right].
Anton Stigermark earned his bachelor’s degree in political science at Lund University and is currently pursuing his master’s degree at Uppsala University. As a writer of essays his main interest lies in culture, old and new, political theory, and intellectual history in the more general sense.
Jason Reza Jorjani, PhD is an Iranian-American and native New Yorker of Persian and northern European descent. After receiving his BA and MA at New York University, he completed his doctorate in Philosophy at the State University of New York at Stony Brook. Jorjani currently teaches courses on Science, Technology, and Society (STS) and the history of Iran as a full-time faculty member at the New Jersey Institute of Technology. He is a professional member of the Society for Scientific Exploration (SSE) and also works with the Iranian Renaissance, an organization dedicated to bringing about a cultural revolution in Greater Iran on the basis of the pre-Islamic Persian heritage. His first book, Prometheus and Atlas, was published by Arktos in 2016 and went on to win the Book Award from the Parapsychological Association. As of October 2016, Jorjani has become Editor-in-Chief of Arktos Media.
Bernard Chapin is a writer and author of Man Going His Own Way and Women: Theory and Practice. He has a Youtube channel called Chapin’s INFERNO with daily uploads. He is also runs the website Male Defender.
Matt Forney is a Chicago-based author and journalist. He blogs at MattForney.com and is the author of several books, including Confessions of an Online Hustler. Matt's work has also been featured at Return of Kings, Taki's Magazine, Alternative Right and many other sites, and he also served as the editor of Reaxxion, a gaming website for men.
Alexander Dugin (b. 1962) is one of the best-known writers and political commentators in post-Soviet Russia. During the 1980s, he was a principal member of the underground traditionalist movement in the Soviet Union, for which he was arrested by the KGB and expelled from his studies at the Moscow Aviation Institute in 1983. He continued to support his private studies in traditionalist philosophy by working as a street sweeper. He later became a journalist and made his earliest foray into politics by joining Pamyat, the first nationalist party to emerge during the twilight years of the USSR. In 2001, Dugin founded the Eurasia Movement, which he has continued to lead up to the present day. For more than a decade, he has also been an advisor to Vladimir Putin and others in the Kremlin on geopolitical matters, being a vocal advocate of a return of Russian power to the global stage, to act as a counterweight to American domination.
Realist: nihilism, conservationism and heavy metal.
Brian Anse Patrick is a Professor in the Department of Communication at the University of Toledo. In addition to holding a Ph.D. in Communication Research from the University of Michigan, he is the author of "Rise of the Anti-Media: Informational Sociology of the American Concealed Weapon Carry Movement", which is a study of how advocates for the concealed carry movement in the US have successfully used alternative forms of media to successfully combat the opposition of informational elites, and "The National Rifle Association and the Media: The Motivating Force of Negative Coverage", which is a landmark study of how negative bias in media coverage has actually benefited the NRA as a social movement. Prof. Patrick is nationally recognized as an expert on American gun culture and on the history and technique of propaganda.
Dominique Venner (1935-2013) was a French writer and historian. He wrote over fifty books about history, specialising in the history of weapons and hunting. He served as a paratrooper during the Algerian War, and was jailed for 18 months for his involvement with the Organisation of the Secret Army, which sought to retain French Algeria through armed insurrection. He was subsequently involved in a decade of intense political activism, and also worked with Alain de Benoist's 'New Right' organisation, GRECE. Before his decision to publicly end his life in 2013, the goal of which was to awaken the minds of his European compatriots, he was in charge of the Nouvelle Revue de l'Histoire. Arktos has published the only one of his major works to appear in English to date: The Shock of History, which was written for Arktos shortly before his suicide, and which explains his motivations.
Eugene Montsalvat is a US-based scholar of National Revolutionary movements and has also been translating Ernst Niekisch and Giorgio Freda into English. He also does translations from the French for Right On.
Gregory Lauder-Frost is a traditional High Tory and former UK Conservative Party constituency officer and patron (1977-1992). He left the Party in 1995 declaring it had become a Mark II Liberal Party. He was a leading member and officer of the Conservative Monday Club 1976 – 1992 and during much of this time sat on its influential Foreign Affairs Committee as secretary and (1987-1992) Chairman. In 2001 he founded the Traditional Britain Group of which he remains a Vice-President. He is a Life Member, past Secretary-General and Publications Editor, of the International Monarchist League, being described as ‘Britain's Staunchest Monarchist’ in the London political magazine ‘New Statesman’. He has addressed countless events, appeared on TV and radio, and his articles and essays appear in many journals and other places.
Guillaume Faye was born in 1949 and received a Ph.D. in Political Science from the Institut d'etudes politiques de Paris. He was one of the principal organisers of the French New Right organisation GRECE (Groupement de recherche et d'etudes pour la civilisation europeenne) during the 1970s and '80s, and at the same time cultivated his career as a journalist, particularly in the news magazines Figaro and Paris-Match. In 1986 he left GRECE after he came to disagree with the direction of the group. For more than a decade, he worked as a broadcaster for the French radio station Skyrock, and on the program Telematin which aired on France 2 TV. He returned to the field of political philosophy in 1998 when a number of his new essays were collected and published in the volume Archeofuturism. Since then he has produced a series of books which have challenged and reinvigorated readers throughout the world.
Swedish musician and author, most well-known for his blog "Nilrik" at the Scandinavian metapolitical think-tank Motpol (www.motpol.nu). Personal depictions of nature will be mixed with critical observations of contemporary society. Henrik's ambition is to through his writings and music contribute to the cultural and political restoration Europe so desperately needs.
Joakim Andersen is regarded as 'the grand old man' of the Swedish New Right, and was one of the founders of the famous Scandinavian think-tank Motpol. His ideological background is Marxist, but he has since moved on to what he regards as more interesting sources of inspiration such as Julius Evola, Alain de Benoist, and Georges Dumézil. His writing focuses primarily on issues pertaining to intellectual history.
John B. Morgan was born in New York in 1973, where he was raised, and he then lived for many years in Ann Arbor, Michigan, where he graduated with a degree in literature from the University of Michigan. After a lengthy stint in an ashram in India, he today resides in Budapest, Hungary. He was one of the founders of Arktos Media and has been its Editor-in-Chief from the beginning. He is frequently asked to give talks in both Europe and North America, and publishes occasional essays. A lifelong lover of books and ideas of all sorts, John sees Arktos as the fulfillment of his dream of combining his bibliomania with his desire to bring cutting-edge ideas based in and defending the best traditions to the world.
Julius Evola (1898–1974) was Italy’s foremost traditionalist philosopher, as well as a metaphysician, social thinker, and activist. Evola was an authority on the world's esoteric traditions and one of the greatest critics of modernity. He wrote extensively on the ancient civilisations of both East and West and the world of Tradition, and was also a critic of the political and spiritual movements of his own time from a traditional perspective.
Lars Holger Holm is a Swedish author and violinist. He has written on a variety of subjects, such as the European musical tradition, for publications like Svenska Dagbladet, Samtidsmagasinet Salt and Expressen, and spent several years as a host on the classical music radio station Stockholm Classic FM. A number of his books are available through Arktos, including The Owls of Afrasiab, Homo Maximus, and Hiding in Broad Daylight.
Continuous progression in all things, the gym taught me that and I strive to constantly improve everything I do. Furthermore I am true to the ideal of the Renaissance Man which means I continuously educate and keep myself updated in a wide variety of things. My physique is thus merely a reflection of my mental epicness. The Eternal Champion of Mother Evropa. (YouTube, Instagram)
Markus Willinger was born in 1992 and grew up in Schärding am Inn, Austria. He has been politically active on the alternative Right since he was fifteen years old, and is now a student of history and political science at the University of Stuttgart. Arktos has published his first book, Die identitäre Generation: Eine Kriegserklärung an die 68er, as well as its English translation, Generation Identity: A Declaration of War Against the '68ers, and translations of it into many other languages. Arktos also recently published his second book, A Europe of Nations, which is a suggestion for a more effective alternative to the European Union.
A “closet Conservative” on a liberal campus, Peter Heft is a student of philosophy and political science at Ohio’s Denison University where he mainly focuses his studies on Heideggerian and post-Heideggerian, Nietzschean, and Object-Oriented Ontological thought. He has had a life-long passion for knowledge and has been a national level debater since High School. He has maintained a blog for the past five years, Petersaysstuff, which is devoted to politics and philosophy.