Podcasts and Interviews



"Nietzsche NOW!" Think About It, with Ulrich Baer at the New Books Network.


The Imperfect Buddha Podcast (Matthew O'Connell) dedicates a podcast to a discussion to Speculative Non-Buddhism and several interviews with me::


"The Liberating Force of Non-Buddhism

"Nietzsche, Wokeism, Non-Buddhist Myscticism"

"On Non-Buddhism"

"On the Immanence-Transcendence Divide in Buddism"
On Personal Practice and Anarchism"
On Unlearning"

"On Darkness, Peter Sloterdijk, and More"


"An Anarchist's Manifesto," Yes We Cannibal, with Mat Keel & Liz Lessner.


"On Practice & Anarchism," The Imperfect Buddha Podcast, with Matthew O'Connell.


"How to be an Anarchist," The Stoa, with Peter Limberg. (YouTube video).


"Buddha-Punk!" Radio 17, with Arnel Šarić.


"The Case Against Buddhism: A Conversation between Glenn Wallis and Charles Hallisey." Harvard University, Center for the Study of World Religions.


"What's Wrong with Western Buddhism? The Buddhist Philosophy Podcast, with Tom Burdge.


"If You Meet the Buddha on the Road, Speculate,The Intellectual Explorers Club (currently, The Stoa), with Peter Limberg. 


"A Critique of Western Buddhism," The Mindful Cranks, with Ron Purser and David Forbes.


"Inciting Change through Courageous Thought & Action," The Wild Mind Collective, with Kaitlin Smith. 


"Kahlil Gibran's The Prophet," Think About It, with Uli Baer.


Here's an interview with Joseph Gervasi for his Loud!Fast!Philly! project chronicalling the Philadelphia punk scene. (Might have to scroll down.) Here's one with my bandmate Cordy Swope. And here's one with my bandmate Vosco Thom Adams.




CounterPunch, "On Anarchism: An Interview with Glenn Wallis," by John Kendell Hawkins.


Reddit Ask Me Anything (AMA) at r/ShambhalaBuddhism. This conversation is a good basic introduction into my non-buddhism work. You can also read the transcript at SNB.


With Randy Rosenthal for Lion's Roar Magazine. This is the (much more interesting!) unedited version


"Stranger Subjects:" with Andrew Blevins and Jonah Sprung.


With me and my band mates about our adventure in the American punk underground, circa 1980s.


Here's another one, with Cordy Swope, at Seymour Magazine.


With Tom Pepper at Speculative Non-Buddhism.



CounterPunch, "On Anarchism: An Interview with Glenn Wallis," by John Kendell Hawkins.


Nietzsche NOW!

Nietzsche Now cover


Non Buddhist Mysticism: Performing Irreducible and Primitive Presence

EyeCorner Press


An Anarchist's Manifesto
Warbler Press


Upcoming seminars:

"Nietzsche NOW! What Can We Learn From An Immoralist?"
Starts June 4, 2024.

Keep an eye on our rigorous and rebellious program of seminars by visiting Incite Seminars.


A Critique of Western Buddhism: Ruins of the Buddhist Real is out in Open Access! (Read for free.)

Also, in affordable paperbackBloomsbury Academic


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