Michelle Zellers



Michelle Zellers is a member of Red Pepper's editorial collective. Based in Newcastle, she also works for a student union.


After Occupy

1 December 2014 After Occupy: Economic democracy for the 21st century, by Tom Malleson, reviewed by Michelle Zellers

Newcastle: the pretty and the (not so) gritty

6 August 2014 Michelle Zellers takes us on a tour of Newcastle, sharing the city’s radical history, its green spaces and where to head for a night out on the Tyne

Editorial: Coming out of hiding

1 June 2014 This is a time when we can't afford just a handful of leaders, writes Michelle Zellers

The Democracy Project

1 February 2014 The Democracy Project: a history, a crisis, a movement, by David Graeber, reviewed by Michelle Zellers

Editorial: The powers that see

16 November 2013 While surveillance may feel vast, looming and obscure, writes Michelle Zellers, it isn’t separate from the other battles we’re fighting

Drone wars

16 November 2013 Michelle Zellers spoke with Medea Benjamin, author of Drone Warfare: Killing by Remote Control and founder of the US-based anti-war group Codepink, who was arrested in May for interrupting Barack Obama’s speech on his drone programme

Meet Red Pepper’s new co-editor, Michelle Zellers

21 April 2013 Michelle Zellers introduces herself, her reasons for wanting to be part of Red Pepper and her hopes for its future