Dropping it fresh for May Day '09, UTOPIA//EMERGENCY is a sort of (highly subjective) "best of" compilation of analysis, essays and communiques linking insurrectionary anarchist/communist theory to ongoing practices of revolt. read more »
Here is a link to the zine format of the article Between Orwell and McCarthy: the Crucifixion of Marie Mason by Henry Reed from Fifth Estate that has an “about marie” and “about the green scare” on the inside from cover and instructions for writing to marie on the back cover. Another zine that will include her poems and drawings is in the works. read more »
Papa Alfredo's writings on prisons and their destruction.
Thanks to 325 collective and quiver distro.
In this pamphlet, the author of the texts 'Gasping from out the Shallows: Reflections on Revolution in the Early Twenty-first Century', 'On Lice and Fleas: Observations Starting from the Conflict Between Iran and the USA' and 'Their Passed-away Builders: The "Credit Crunch"') reflects on the failure of those texts to have any impact whatsoever. read more »
Table of Contents
I. “Exemplary Character of the University Occupations” from
Worker-Student Action Committees by Fredy Perlman and Roger
II. Documents produced by the Situationist International or
groups the Situationists were involved with during May 1968
III. Two weeks spent in Rennes
IV. An Update by the Sorbonne Occupation Committee in Exile,
Communique # 4
V. Final Communique of the Sorbonne Occupation Committee
VI. Let the occupations become time-barricades read more »
This zine explores the behaviors and mindsets of BDSM, and attempts to show why BDSM is oppressive and patriarchal. One of the two files is laid out for printing, the other for reading on the computers.
It is a literary-graphic almanac.
Languages are ukrainian, russian and english,
but the main language, by the way the oldest language of civilisation is a graphic.
You can download 10 issues at http://pechyvo.com.
This zine combines two of John Taylor Gatto's articles about the oppressive nature of forced schooling. All too often among radical parents the dilemma of schooling goes unquestioned. This zine was made in hopes of combating that lack of questioning.
There are two attached documents, one laid out for printing, the other for reading on computers.
I Remember December is a chapter from a novel in progress. The untitled book, is a collection of short stories about the spirits and places that have inspired Lawrence, through the first 36 years of his life. This short, focuses on the bond between grandchild and grandparent, and the loneliness of losing someone very dear to your heart at a young age.
Unofficial Bash Back! zine project. May 2009
DOC- http://zinelibrary.info/files/bashback-zine4.doc (16.9 mb)
The UK's National Cycling Strategy and the inclusion of Women
The I Bike MCR Festival is an annual grassroots bike event in Manchester, UK.
This year it took place from 28th March-25th April 2008.
This zine contains some stories and quotes to give you an idea of what it was like
Translator's notes: Translating these 20 theses presents difficulties not only linguistically, where there are many neologisms and lexical challenges, but above culturally mediating from a continental European political context into a distant anglophone reality. Here, and in the footnotes, are a few indications for better understanding this text. read more »
A zine that looks at the ways women are affected by the beauty industry and my own experiences.
Research results of peoples opinions of billboards in Manchester, UK
The official quarterly of the Northeaster Anarchist Network
by Victor Robinson
defining a post-leftist anarchist critique of violence
by Ashen Ruins
Translation of Vivre-et-Lutter, by Tiqqun.
"So soon as we are identified we sound the dispersal, never letting the repression ensnare us, already reforming in some unsuspected place."
Peep this! read more »
Accounts of sitdown strikes and workplace occupations in the UK and around the world
Compiled by Libcom.org
Claire Fontaine is a Paris-based collective artist, founded in 2004. After lifting her name from a popular brand of school notebooks, Claire Fontaine declared herself a "readymade artist"...a whatever-singularity and an existential terrorist in search of subjective emancipation. She grows up among the ruins of the notion of authorship, experimenting with collective protocols of production, détournements, and the production of various devices for the sharing of intellectual and private property.
Claire Fontaine also has very close connections to TIQQUN. read more »
Introduction: Something flammable, something to be broken down, made into weapons, turned into resources and shared. read more »
This is not the Black Bloc.
By Claire Fontaine, 2007.
Абсалютна незалежная газэта "Навінкі"
Серада, 25 лютага 1998
The living systems which support life on earth are in serious threat due to human activity. Scientists, activists and others have spent the past half-century screaming about this to seemingly deaf ears. Now, with the multiplying consequences of climate change (not to mention the massive poisoning and irradiation of the global environment) boiling up like stormclouds from the horizon, the “inconvenient truth” has become commonplace. read more »
This zine includes:
-What is Sludge?
-Slurry Impoundments and Injections
-Ingredients & Side Effects
-The Ghosts of Disasters Past
-Marsh Fork Elementary
-Coal River Mountain
-Fly Ash: Post-Combustion Coal Waste
-Fly Ash in Massachusetts