This issue of Black Seed concludes the interview of Klee Benally by Aragorn!, has extensive excerpts from the green anarchy panel discussion of the Seattle bookfair, presents the manifesto of the Dark Mountain project from the UK, takes up the issue of anthropology in two different articles, proffers a piece on ecofascism that should raise plenty of hackles, and (of course) more.
This is a periodical that is hitting its stride, and promises to be a profound voice in its terrain.
Black Seed is an anarchist paper in the tradition of Green Anarchy magazine (RIP) that presents through essays, images, stories, and poetry, green anarchist perspectives, a 32 page biannual newspaper.
Black Seed is also collectively-produced, and print-only, concerning itself with the larger questions of what green anarchy means as an idea, a conversation, and a lived reality. We're not interested in presenting a green anarchist ideology, but rather in creating a space to ask larger questions. This issue will expand the conversations begun in our first issue, while moving into new territory.