The March edition of The Scoundrel is out now, taking on the age of austerity, the cult of white victimhood and encouraging radical refusal. There’s also a feature on the militant feminist anti-imperialist movement, Rote Zora, whose actions inspire us to dust off our incendiary devices. read more »
We made this oldie reaaal pretty this go 'round.
Pierre Clastres - Society Against the State
Georges Bataille - The Sacred Conspiracy
This is the classic "Blocs, Black and Otherwise" written by Crimethinc. It's a very good overview of how to organize and participate in a black bloc.
We couldn't find a PDF of it online, so we put this together. As a bonus, we added another piece titled "Fashion Tips for the Brave" that contains more suggestions on preserving anonymity within a black bloc.
With love, read more »
This zine contains a wealth of helpful suggestions for anarchists living in small towns who want to create anarchy. Topics covered include finding other anarchists, deciding on what projects to work on, figuring out how to relate to liberals, and doing a distro--this zine is full of good ideas and advice. read more »
Green anarchy journal. Various writings and art including fiction and original and republished or updated essays. Anticopyright.
First published in 2010 this zine is composed of six handwritten letters addressed to unnamed recipients on a variety of topics ranging from Machiavelli and loneliness to Christianity and nature to addiction and unhealthy relationships to anarchy and nihilism to animals at the zoo to love and friendship.
Montreal based poster.
The soldiers with their specialists, and the pigs with their guns, cannot stop, the lost ones and the desperate ones, and the driven ones.
Modern Science and Anarchism by Peter Kropotkin
In Liberate Not Exterminate the Curious George Brigade argue that contrary to some anti-civilization assertions, cities can be both environmentally sustainable and free from both the state and capital. Further the hive of culture and thought that cities uniquely facilitate is very much in line with anarchism.
In the hugely influential A Cyborg Manifesto Donna Haraway criticizes traditional notions of Feminism, particularly it's emphasis on identity, rather than affinity. She explores the potential of the cyborg concept in order to construct a postmodern feminism that moves beyond dualisms and the limitations of traditional gender, feminism and politics.