Pamphlets

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Another adorable little booklet from Contagion Press. Among the discordant chorus of anons who penned the defining texts of the queer anarchist network...
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Tracts For Our Time by Peter Lamborn Wilson, Robert Kelly, Rachel Pollack, Charles Stein, Kim Spurlock "As you've no doubt guessed, we Old...
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A graphically rich, Fourier-inspired pamphlet by Peter Lamborn Wilson published by Enemy Combatant. Charles Fourier still holds what you might call a...
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A handsome booklet, with letterpressed cover, of a new translation of a previously censored and unavailable text by Jean Genet. "The Criminal Child" is a...
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The Nietzschemanteion is a bibliomacy system. It is at once a machine of the cut-up technique, a means of divination, and a channel to the dead. It is an...
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Flights of the Anarcho-Surrealist Imagination by Ron Sakolsky From Eberhardt Press, another of their beautiful texts, in partnership with Ron Sakolsky,...
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Wide ranging anarchist anthologies, submissions, translations and editorials since 2013, from the British Isles and beyond. This issue offers...
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Anon, Elephant Editions

Real-life stories of being underground.

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writings by Emile Armand

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Included in this long-awaited number 5 are self-reflective essays responding to the growing popularity of non-confrontational steampunk (just one more niche market to be marketed to), including a chronology of steampunk events, a rejection of defensiveness, an interview that emphasizes the overlap between steampunk and the least political aspects of DIY trends, etc.

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Writings from clandestinity

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Three essays by Bonanno: the titular one, an interview with Radio Onda Rossa, and "A Few Considerations by a Frequenter of the Courts".

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Welcome to 325, an anarchist project of counter-information and armed critique. It’s been quite some time since our last issue in November 2012, which had a focus on new technologies of control and the globalising post-industrial prisonworld. In this issue we continue that coverage through a selected few different articles about the realities of the new century and the Technological Singularity to come.

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Propaganda by the Deed in France The late 19th century was an exciting time to be an anarchist. It was a time of assassinations, conspiracies, daggers,...
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The Book of Nothing - Nihilist Magick Liber Nihil defines Nihilism as the lack of meaning in anything unless is is assigned by oneself. It relates...
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This is a translation of the third issue of a publication from Lisbon, Portugal, which was a collection of original texts and translations on informal...
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This is an article from Return Fire #4, discussing from a multi-discipline perspective, the concerns about the already-overwhelming and still growing...
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selected writings of Georges Palante Palante’s obsession is society vis-a-vis the individual. Building on the work of thinkers like Stirner and...
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Anarchism and Piracy, an essay by Gabrielle Kuhn, afterword by Damon Nomad published by Enemy Combatant. Addresses the slave-like social conditions of...
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The famous essay by Oscar Wilde, and the one in which he most clearly promotes anarchist thought. This pamphlet is from Enemy Combatant. They describe it...
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John Graham, a friend of Anna Mae Aquash's, and a fellow fighter with AIM (American Indian Movement) has been charged with her murder.
This pamphlet lays out background information, the case of Anna Mae, John Graham's history, a statement from Leonard Peltier, and what people are doing to reject the government's latest outrage.

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What Is Worth While? A Study of Conduct, from the Viewpoint of the Man Awake by Adeline Champney The Price of Progress by Adeline Champney...
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A collection of essays (mostly translated by Vincent Stone) by Maurice Charron (aka Pierre Chardon), contemporary and friend of Emile Armand, and noted...
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For a brief period of time in the 1980s, some individuals in France seemed to be taking Stirner's ideas in interesting directions... Among those...
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Disgust! A much misunderstood yet often felt affect. Andre Lorulot (1885-1963) a French free-thinker and exponent of individualist anarchism, explores...
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Egoism at its core is about individual freedom and living a life fully embracing desires while rejecting those values which inhibit our desires. In Egoist...
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The False Dichotomy by Gustavo Rodriguez & Is the Anarchist Illegalist Our Comrade? by E. Armand (translated by Wolfi Landstreicher) To be an...
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This 24-pa ge pamphlet features four fascinating explorations into the brilliant mind of Charles Fourier (1772-1837). While his ideas are mostly...
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"The time has come to prepare the sacred cow of work for slaughter." There are never enough people singing the praises of idleness. Len Bracken adds to...
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Ending with a rather optimistic prediction that more and more people will realize their freedom, this essay is a consideration of liberty, free will,...
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This pamphlet explores the filaments between anarchy and conscious egoism (a connection that's as old as anarchism itself) through a series of five essays...
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Writings by the Pessimistic Black Jester Peter Wessel Zapffe The Last Messiah is an obscure essay on the inescapable horror of the human condition, by...
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Two essays by post-left anarchists: Rejecting the Reification of Revolt by Jason McQuinn and Leftism 101 by Lawrence Jarach, both of which argue for the...
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An Anthology of Anti-Economic Thought A collection of writings by an unnamed Stirner-influenced author(s) on and against the economy, as a social...
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This essay by Gilles Dauvé, originally titled Fascism and Anti-fascism , looks at insurrections in Europe in the early 1900s (Brest-Litovsk, Rome, Turin,...
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From the publisher: "A thorough takedown of christianity such as Overland's might lack the immediacy it had when he first delivered it to a bewildered...
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A pamphlet assembled in light of the horrors visited upon us through a year of disasterous climate events, That Which Lies Beyond uses horror to consider...
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For those of us who think that de Acosta has some of the smartest and most interesting things to say about anarchy in modern times, this pamphlet will be...
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Misanthropic Writings from the Anti-Social Edge I suppressed word after word from my vocabulary. When the massacre was over, only one had escaped:...
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Enemy Combatants brings us the collected columns by Wolfi Landstreicher from the magazine Anarchy: a journal of desire armed (or AJODA). It includes...
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A booklet by Guillaume Paoli (and a group of unnamed others), who also wrote Demotivational Training , and who has been thinking and writing about work...
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Why Pay for a Revolution on the Installment Plan When You Can Steal One? The writings of the late, lamented Paul Z. Simons are far-ranging, thoughtful, and...
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Enemy Combatant does their version of this well-known and -loved classic of insurrectionary anarchy. On the one hand there is the existent, with its...
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The Oppressed Writings of A.L and V.L. Gordin This pamphlet collects just a few of the surviving literary fragments and insurrectionary ephemera produced...
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The Marquis de Sade was the first modern atheist who openly declared in writing his willingness to push atheism to its logical conclusions. He certainly...
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Stirner, Anarchy, Subjectivity, and the Art of Living This pamphlet from Enemy Combatant is the last essay written by John Moore, noted British author...
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An essay by Peter Gray from a talk he gave at the Pagan Federation South Central conference, June 7, 2014. This reads much like an anarchist exhorting...
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In this provocative essay Massimo Passamani presentsa succinct and revealing description of Stirner's libertarian, egoist, social intercourse through his...
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Highly regarded in the history of Japanese philosophy, Keiji Nishitani (1900-1990) was one of the foremost Eastern minds grappling with the challenge of...
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The sheer radical nature of de Sade's destructive atheism (which concluded that pleasure was the sole purpose of existence) makes him the Dark Night of the...
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What is leftism to anarchy but deceitful priest-craft in a new mask and cloak? Leftism is the gospel of submissiveness and blank uniformity and...
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Subtitled The False Opposition of Animal Liberation, this Enemy Combatant essay is a "wholesale demolition job on the myopic limitations of animal rights...
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This is an address delivered by the conscious egoist John Badcock, Jr, in 1894, before the South Place Ethical Society, London, when he critiqued the...
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Shoot an arrow through your cell phone, cancel your Netflix subscription, turn off the radio, and start creating your own reality. This collection provides...
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and Other Writings by John Beverly Robinson Robinson was one of a small group who pioneered conscious egoism at the turn of the 19th century and an...
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A reprint by Enemy Combatant from The Match! This piece delivers a darkly hilarious meditation on this ever-present relationship in our world. Rent is...
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Anarchism and Eastern Thought Includes the only remaining fragment from one of the earliest fully-articulated arguments regarding anarchism, from the...
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An essay by Chahta-Ima, weighing in on the question of tactics, controversy, and eco-extremism, in the context of the infuriating, outrageous, and tragic...
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Explores the ideas and temperament of those prone to individualist thinking. To bring out its contours and contrasts, he places such a personality in dialog...
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This essay by Benjamin de Casseres is "an imaginative fable, investigating the nature of civilization," positing an aging Chiron musing about his...
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A Neil Keating Reader Neil Keating was a regular contributor to the magazine Anarchy: a journal of desire armed , in the 90s. Here are collected the...
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Reason, rationality, inductivism, and totalizing metanarratives are weapons civilization has always used to legitimize its all-encompassing predations...
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Essays by Ramon Elani, previously a contributor to <em>Black Seed</em>. Elani brings his writing skills, primitivist perspective, and spiritual...
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An essay by Alex Trocchi. We are surrounded by the picturesque ruins of all explicitly political ideas: schools at which no one learns, families...
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In the 90s, in the pages of Anarchy, a journal of desire armed (commonly known as AJODA), there was a back and forth between some of the contributors to...
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An essay by Len Bracken exploring the inadequacies of normal economic thinking, in the spirit of Bataille and others who reject scarcity. Our eyes...
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Kirkpatrick Sale, Black Powder Press
A collection of essays by Kirkpatrick Sale detailing opposition to technological "progress" and civilization from within, ranging from the Luddites of England to present-day indigenous struggles to keep traditional communities intact.

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Written by NY queers in the 90s, and updated for this more recent reprint, this polemic exhorts queers to recognize the reasons to be angry and to...

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This is a reprint of the re-pressed pamphlet, which includes the infamous unabomber manifesto (that brought many of the concerns and ideas of green anarchy to a much larger audience), a chronology of the unabomber events, an interview with Kaczynski (initially published in Green Anarchist and Anarchy, and the articles "Whose Unabomber," and "He Means It, Do You?", both written by John Zerzan.
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This edition of this irregularly released zine continues its tradition of exuberance (charming despite its propensity to some theoretical inconsistencies), report backs on state surveillance, the lesser known stories behind headline-grabbers (like the wikileaks situation), cyberattacks (frequently starring the inimitable Anonymous), excerpts from interviews with some of the folks in Anonymous, and so on.

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An anarchist introduction to firearms

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Reprint of the Venomous Butterfly pamphlet, with classics by Landstreicher, a long-term anarchist writer and translator (primarily of Italian insurrectionary texts).

Includes the title piece, plus "A Projectual Life", "Free Love", "Passionate Friendship", "Hatred, Realism, Security Culture and Expansive Living", and many more.

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Cryptology for the Militant Activist
San Francisco Community TV ColoProject
Crabgrass:Social Networking for the Rest of Us!
Full Disk Encryption Attacks
Hacking Freight Trains part 2
All Your FaceBook are Belong to Us!
If these titles pique your fancy, then you should check out this sporadically produced, but always zingy little zine, combining (at its best) information on how to access useful information on the products and people that increasingly dominate our lives.

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Originally serialized in two issues of Green Anarchy and then made into a pamphlet by re-pressed distro (RIP), this is an introduction to Camatte's writing and their influence on green anarchism.
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The Fall 2009 issue of this hacker's delight sports information on theory and application.

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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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This scathing analysis of student duplicity was prepared and published by the Situationist International and the students at the University of Strasbourg (using student union funds). While claiming to be revolutionaries, students prepare themselves for a professional career "just in case."

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In 1981 and '82, various bombings, including Litton Industries factory (makers of a Cruise missile component), a hydro sub-station, and three pornographic video stores in Canada, were claimed by the groups Direct Action and the Wimmin’s Fire Brigade. In early 1983 five members of the Vancouver anarchist scene were arrested for these attacks. Ann Hansen, Doug Stewart, Julie Belmas, Gerry Hannah and Brent Taylor quickly became known as the Vancouver Five. This pamphlet offers poems, essays, and drawings by these five anarchists.

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Ever had the day dream of what could happen if a bunch of computer-savvy rebels got together and got serious?

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Collection of essays and chronology of insurrectionary events in Algeria in the early 2000s.

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A collection of writing attempting to systematically posit a conception of race which is inherently de-essentialist; a non-European anarchism which is self-determinedly disparate and plural; and finally, a critique of the anti-war movement (organizational and rhetorical/semantic critiques) from one non-European anarchist perspective of (ideally) many.

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What sustains capitalism? Our acceptance of everyday activities. The text offers a clear introduction to basic Marxist concepts like commodity fetishism and surplus value; it also traces the transformation of human activity into capital. Accessible essays on the ways that we participate in and perpetuate our own alienation.

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In this set of essays Alejandro De Acosta provokes one to consider all life, from its most minute dust swirls to the grand chaos of planets, a game for which we are invited to be open to as endless play.

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Translation and reprints of writings from the 1970s and '80s.

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Dark Mountain is a not-anarchist English (mostly literature) project that is remarkably in synch with current green anarchist thinking on the environment and the options of humans (see Black Seed and Desert).

This is their manifesto.

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Bonanno's thoughts on, and experiences in, prisons.

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New material and reprints from Anarchy: a journal of desire armed . The reprinted articles and letters from Anarchy are some of the most controversial...
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From the preface: We have decided to reprint this abridged version of Nhat Hong's well-researched pamphlet for several reasons. First is its archival...
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Anon, Pistols Drawn
This zine is actually two different pamphlets. The first is called stories of the raccoon people, the second the story of the bear people. They are a series...
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Anon, Ardent Press
Now with a new, in-your-face cover, here are first-hand accounts of one of the most successful clandestine organizations in u.s. history. Jane, the codename...
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Edward Carpenter, Enemy Combatant Publications
Edward Carpenter (1844-1929), an English poet and philosopher, friend and lover of Walt Whitman, is presented here in another wonderful Enemy Combatants...
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Two pieces, an interview with Ben Morea, and Aragorn!'s article "Nihilist Animism." There is a painful and enormous gap between being (or naming...
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Jack Commons, Enemy Combatant Publications
Sometimes the most interesting critiques of civilization come from the strangest, most unpredictable, most oblique directions. Such is the case with...
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From the folks who bring you Baedan, here is a booklet of Ludueña's article that first appeared in a collection on post-Hegelian philosophy in Argentina....
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You could call My Own #18 the "relationship issue". It starts off with the editor's rant on wanting friends , not community; further on L. Mirari writes...
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Words from the Inside An 8.5 x 11, 40 page pamphlet of prisoners' writings, and political commentary. This issue includes "Black December" by Michael...
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