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#Young-Girl

Two critiques of Tiqqun's controversial (and font-heavy) Preliminary Materials for a Theory of the Young-Girl.

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A User's Guide to (Demanding) the Impossible

A little pink book, easy to carry everywhere, for inspiration for new and creative actions of resistance.

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About Face: Race in Postmodern America
Simone melds the theoretical insights of postmodernists like Lyotard, Baudrillard, and Derrida with Afrocentric ethnology, psychology, and anthropology to expose the political ethics of race and racial experience in contemporary America.
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Absolutely Zippo: collected

This book collects every issue of the punk zine Absolute Zippo that was published between 1988 and 1998. Four hundred pages of line drawings, reports on punk shows, and the great writing of Eggplant, an OG punk, still pissed off after all these years.

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Advertising for Anvil
Advertising in the print version of The Anvil Review allows you to support this free paper and exposes your project to a set of people who are interested in cultural artifacts and their relation to radicality.
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Anarchitexts

This anthology collects essays and interviews on such topics as "Art on the Edge of Politics" and "Production of the Future". "Solidarity with the Context" by Janos Sugar, "XYZ of Net Activism" by Luther Blissett, "From Mini FM to Polymorphous Radio" by Tetsuo Kogawa, "Response to Tactical Media Manifesto" by Peter Lamborn Wilson, and "Autonomous Culture Factory" by Marko Vukovic. These are just some of over fifty articles included.

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Anti-Semitism and the Beirut Pogrom

Fredy tells how encounters with the racism in Central Europe, Bolivia and the U.S. heightened his perception and prepared him to denouce American "cheerleaders for Israel." He is astounded that potential victims of Nazi extermination can accept, even support, Israeli massacres of Palestinian refugees.

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Black Fez Manifesto etc

The Bey, controversial figure, poet, sur-rationalist, author of underground sensation TAZ (Temporary Autonomous Zone), offers up poetry and rants...

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Blood and Volts
Edison, Tesla, and the Electric Chair
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Blue-Eyed Devil

A Road Odyssey through Islamic America

In the course of Knight's adventures he sorted out his own relationship to Islam on his journey from punk provocateur to a recognized voice in the community, and watched first-hand the collapse of a liberal Islamic dream, the Progressive Muslim Union.

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Carnival of Chaos

On the Road with the Nomadic Festival

This collection of stories and illustrations paints the triumphs and misadventures of the Nomadic Festival at breakneck speed, and offers ideas and inspiration for the next outlaw orgy.

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Child Sexuality

New material and reprints from Anarchy: a journal of desire armed. The reprinted articles and letters from Anarchy are some of the most controversial ever published in the magazine, on an issue that continues to be hotly contested.

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Colonization and De-colonization

A Manual for Indigenous Liberation in the 21st Century

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Communicating Vessels #18

Another collection of interesting and thoughtful essays by this surrealist-inspired old soul who has no email or website, encouraging people to contact him through snail mail.

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CrimethInc. on the Individual
The Politics of the Personal and the Radical Aesthetics of Self.

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Dining in Refugee Camps/Cenando en los Campamentos de Refugiados

A full-color, bilingual, collage journal that documents Robin Kahn's month cooking with the women of the Western Sahara.

 

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Electronic Civil Disobedience

Electronic Civil Disobedience continues where The Electronic Disturbance leaves off, suggesting strategies of resistance to nomadic power, and investigating tactics of nonrationality to get at the core of autonomy. Fusing a situationist-influenced concept of contestational art, an understanding of the parallel nature of cultural and political action borrowed from Gramsci, and a hacker’s understanding of how new technology functions, Electronic Civil Disobedience refines an understanding of the nature of power and resistance in the information age.

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Failure, Experiments in Aesthetics and Social Practices

A book of essays, interviews and artwork that together offer a minor history of failure. Tracing the idea of failure through contemporary art, activism and social protest movements, literary and philosophy, the work in Failure! cuts against a notion of forward progress by instead exploring various dead-ends on the timeline of history.
Just as any human enterprise is defined by what it excludes, it is a culture’s failures–quickly forgotten, repressed, buried away–which have the most to say about that culture’s beliefs and values. Our project is conceived of as part of the archeology of those lost failures, a way of bringing to light our own culture’s aberrations.

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Fifth Estate #368-369 spring summer 2005

History and memoirs, posters, art, poetry, Zen, obituaries, book reviews and editorials.

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Fifth Estate #376
The End of the World issue...
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Fifth Estate #384 spring 2011
The DIY issue, commemorating Don LaCoss.
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