This is Volumes 1-3 of the Prison Abolitionist centered in Richmond, VA. We focus mainly on issues surrounding the oppressive institution of the prison industrial complex. This is an 8 page zine that is easily printed, folded and cut. Great to just stick in your pocket for great reference!
Put together by some anti-state pro-revolutionaries for a workshop panel discussion at the 2012 NYC Anarchist Bookfair.
One of Lyotard's most important works, Libidinal Economy concludes a line of thought which develops out of the work of de Sade, Nietzsche, Bataille, Deleuze, Klossowski, Irigaray and Cixous. Libidinal Economy is regarded as the most important response to the philosophies of desire, as expounded by thinkers such as de Sade, Nietzsche, Bataille, Foucault and Deleuze and Guattari. read more »
This pamphlet was made to accompany a cinema screening of two films on bossnapping, Louise-Michel (2008), and employer termination, Laukaus tehtaalla AKA A Shot in the Factory(1973), at a squatted space in South London. The pamphlet and screening are part of the Full Unemployment Cinema 2011-2012 programme. We'll put the whole series of small pamphlets up here.
FULL UNEMPLOYMENT CINEMA read more »
Revolt and Crisis in Greece: Between a Present Yet to Pass and a Future Still to Come (edited by Antonis Vradis and Dimitris Dalakoglou read more »
Fredy Perlman's analysis of the ways in which capital is reinforced and reproduced by our everyday activities.
untorelli (at) riseup.net
#OccupyTheFuture — Democratizing Wealth: Notes Toward an Evolutionary Reconstruction of the American SystemSubmitted by Anonymous on Wed, 11/16/2011 - 21:11.
This first zine poses the question of how the increasingly unequal distribution of wealth in the United States can effectively be changed, and examines some existing community-scale strategies that point toward a structural, long-term reconstruction of ownership. Subsequent pamphlets are going to take on the problem of how to do the same at larger scales.
Communization and Its Discontents: Contestation, Critique, and Contemporary Struggles (Editor: Benjamin Noys)Submitted by Anonymous on Tue, 11/15/2011 - 22:09.
Can we find alternatives to the failed radical projects of the twentieth-century? What are the possible forms of struggle today? How do we fight back against the misery of our crisis-ridden present? read more »
This is the Ruckus (dis)orientation guide to the University of Washington. It is an inversion of college orientation guides: it orients you about communities and cool activities around UW, and the things that are actually useful to know. read more »
A brief introduction to capitalism, class, and class struggle. Downloadable, ready-to-print PDF adapted from libcom.org's introductions. Includes graphics.
*a section on unwaged work has been added.
ON THE RECENT #OCCUPATIONS: A COMMUNIQUE FROM THE WOMEN AND TRANS* CONSPIRACY FROM HELL (W.A.T.C.H.)
from the zine: read more »
The ChimpanZine #7
-I Want My Buzz Word Back (In Defense of Sustainability)
-Money and Middle-Men
No, you didn't read it wrong: it's an anarchist Magic: the Gathering deck fully laid out for printing! Nerdy anti-authoritarians everywhere, rejoice! read more »