Pamphlets

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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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From the UK, a pamphlet that is anti-speciesist, anti-civ, nihilist, for gender chaos, anarchy, irrationality, and rewilding. About 60 pages of 90s...
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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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