Guy Debord & the Practice of Radical Philosophy
"Drawing on the work of Guy Debord, Gilman-Opalsky argues that the theory of practice and practice of theory are superseded by upheavals that do the work of philosophy..."
Minimum quantity for "Spectacular Capitalism" is 1.
Minimum quantity for "Spiritual Journeys of an Anarchist" is 1.
Brand new translation of Stirner's responses to his critics, translated with care by Wolfi Landstreicher, with an introduction by Jason McQuinn.
Minimum quantity for "Stirner's Critics" is 1.
Another beautiful text from Eberhardt, the artisan anarchist book publishers, this is a collection of writings by surrealist historian, artist, poet, activist, all-around-nice-guy (and best anarchist Gandalf impressionist), Ron Sakolsky.
Minimum quantity for "Swift Winds" is 1.
Essays that redefine the psychogeographical nooks of autonomy. Recipes for poetic terror, anarcho black magic, post-situ psychotropic surgery, denunciations of spiritual addictions to vapid infotainment cults--this is the bastard classic, the watermark impressed upon our minds.
Minimum quantity for "TAZ: temporary autonomous zone" is 1.
A thinly-disguised autobiographical journey of transformation from revolutionary self-martyrdom to radical self-ownership. Mackay's authentic Kulturgemalde begins in Victorian London, its five million people struggling with poverty, class conflict, police brutality, and seething with proletarian discontent over the impending execution of the Haymarket Anarchists in Chicago.
Onto the scene come Carrard Auban -- a French revolutionary firebrand turned anarcho-individualist -- and Otto Trupp, Auban's comrade-in-arms. With Trupp, Auban debates the merits of anarcho-communism, and takes the reader on radical walking tours of London.
Minimum quantity for "The Anarchists" is 1.
The Anvil Review is a tabloid periodical with review essays about popular cultural, literature, and radical material. It is comprised of a print edition (run in volume and distributed through a DIY network throughout North America) and a website with discussion about Anvil essays. Eventually there will be additional social and media resources available through the site. Issue 2 includes reviews of Eminem, Kanye West, Alone in Berlin, Revolutionary Road, Lady Gaga, Justice's Stress video, as well as an 8-page insert on Letters of Insurgents (the masterpiece by Fredy Perlman) and insurgent summer--featuring help with the timeline of the novel, character sketches, and thumbnails of some of the themes.
Minimum quantity for "The Anvil Review #2" is 1.