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Winter 2004 This issue is not themed, but includes articles on Palestine, and on Iraq; a conflicted reflection on violence; part 2 of an interview with...
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We may cheer graffiti, riots, and the decay of the exoburbs but we also realize that the same asocial grumpiness that allows us to survive in urban density often keeps us from working together.

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The Anvil Review is a periodical of 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.

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The latest edition of the Anvil Review features original fiction (a short short story by anonymous), a brand new piece by Peter Lamborn Wilson on the New...
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The Black See d that was almost finished before the death of the main editor and the onslaught of covid19, this issue, perhaps the last, of this journal,...
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The Black See d that was almost finished before the death of the main editor and the onslaught of covid19, this issue, perhaps the last, of this journal,...
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Second of this nicely made egoist/individualist anarchist mini-magazine out of Tacoma, WA. This issue has a review of the mini-series Carlos , about...
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A Journal of Indigenous Anarchy The 2019 issue is here! 24 pages rich with goodness. Finally finishing the interview started in issue 5, and starting...
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Before Green Anarchy was a magazine, it was a newspaper. This issue is from those halcyon days, and includes a Wolfi Landstreicher article on Barbarians...
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After two years, here is Black Seed 5, with a new editorial group, a stronger focus on indigeneity and immiseration, and some strong writing from a...
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Winter 2004, part 2 What I Wish I had Said on September 12, 2001 by an anonymous nihlist Theses On Anarchism After Post-Modernism by Bob Black...
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Winter 2010 Contents in this edition of the charming periodical of hactivism and mayhem include.... pirate bay launches private proxy (VPN) services,...
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Jeremy Hammond, report back on the 2010 SF anarchist bookfair and BASTARD conference, Fun with Linux Routing, MD5 Crack on the Cheap, Reducing Redundancy in Bind Zone Files, Ronin, SSL MITM, the Cult of the /opt/, Using Multiple Interfaces to get 1MB+/s and VPN via Tor.

Enthusiasm and fun!

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Spring 2011 The Chelsea Manning case (deadnamed as it's an old zine), profiles of hackers (an interview with enigmax of torrentfreak.com), FBI makes big...
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The main focus of this issue is anarchist fiction, including short stories and haikus. It ties in a discussion of anarchist ethics regarding intellectual property...

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This edition takes on sex and anarchy, with articles entitled "Changing Society and Ourselves", "Lessons from a 7ft Penis" (on one man's creative response to the sexual harassment of women), marriage, rape and male desire, hermaphroditic sea slugs, and polyamory, and then also pieces on white supremacy (by Kelly Rose Pflug-Back), industrialism, @ grand jury resistors, a review of James Scott's Two Cheers for Anarchism, and more.

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The issue begins with an institution most all of us enjoy- restaurants, but with a look behind the scenes. Walker Lane offers a critique of Hugo Chavez with help from Venezuelan comrades; Cara Hoffman's "Third Sex" relates the consequences to gender inherent in Christian origins myth. Stephen Schkaitis and Jim Feast add a theoretical look a current trends within the anarchist movement and what possibilities they suggest. Plus reviews and celebrating the 40th anniversary of Guy DeBord's Society of the Spectacle.

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This is an issue about literature and its application to anarchy. Writers like Ursula Le Guin, Diane Di Prima, and Peter Wilson are mentioned.

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Issue 378 of Fifth Estate focuses on a theme of money and its discontents. Walker Lane shares his adventures in state socialism in "An Anarchist in Cuba." Daniel Pinchbeck anticipates the impending collapse of currency in "The End of Money." Anu Bonobo takes a swig and writes a review on "CrimethInc's Overflowing Cup of Anarchist Elixir". All this, as well as an "Obituary for Dr. Albert Hofmann" by PanDoor.

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Play is a common subtext for this venerable publication, but this issue goes explicit - with articles on the Living Theatre (cogent thoughts on how anarchist pacifism is, at its best, different from other pacifisms); The Universe Wants to Play (a personal exploration that heralds schools as re-claimable territory); Idiot Like Me (which takes on the difficult, contradictory task of explaining the significance of not taking things seriously), and so on.

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A Mad Issue

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The issue in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, with reflections on Reclus, human-created disasters, poverty, and imagination.

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Minimum quantity for "Fifth Estate #371 winter 2006" is 1.


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The summer/fall 2009 issue is here with information on the murder of Brad Will, the case of Marie Mason, an anarchist's travels in Hong Kong, radical listening and jazz, an interview with an infoshop in Nashville, reviews of Sakolsky's Swift Winds and Zerzan's Twilight of the Machines, catastrophism, updates on the state of the Fifth Estate, and more.

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This edition's theme is Anarchy!

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Art & Anarchy!

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This issue (#64) of Anarchy: A Journal of Desire Armed has as its theme that most pernicious of all enemies, Capitalism. In particular the relationship that anarchists have with capitalism; rhetorically opposed but practically ambivalent.

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The DIY issue, commemorating Don LaCoss.

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Culture, City, Change...
An in depth look at what makes us who we are: the forces that shape us, the places we inhabit, the ways we relate to each other, the ideas we interact with, and this world through which we navigate. Time, change, communication, technology, and, of course, resistance.

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The End of the World issue...

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Anti-imperialism as an ideology, the best translation of Call for a u.s. audience, and Barry Pateman on anti-Franco activism after the Spanish Civil War, are the three main essays in this issue of Anarchy

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Indigenous Resistance to Civilization
This issue doesn't exclusively focus on this critical theme, but it is highly present and deeply informs it. Articles on creating an indigenous anarchism (by Aragorn!), Black Mesa, primal guerrilla warfare (by Kevin Tucker),

Minimum quantity for "Green Anarchy, #19" is 1.

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Articles by John Zerzan on silence, second life (the game, on cities, and one on his 2007 tour (10 countries in 19 days!); by Felonious Skunk on being a decivilizing papa; by Sal Insieme on connecting to place, among many others.

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With this journal we wish to better understand and analyze capitalism and its critics through the distorting lens of a rigorous anti-political experimentation and soul searching. We are not the expression of a political party or organization and seeks no adherents or official line, though we are open to offers of financial patronage. We are not afraid of paradox. Our aim is to bring maximum disorder to habitual perspectives.

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Spirituality, Religion, Ideology.
Theologians, scientists, psychiatrists, philosophers, and mystics have strictly divided, compartmentalized, and further mystified the whole of our life experience through their self-defined (thus self-proven) analysis, abstractions, and symbology.

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"life and times of Anarchy Magazine, part 1" by Jason McQuinn, feminism and anarchism by Dot Matrix, review of Debord's Panegyric by Aragorn!, etc.


This is the first issue produced by the crew in the California bay area. It reflects their inexperience with layout and design, as well as their enthusiasm and fresh blood.

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the "spawn of anthropology" issue, articles by Brian Morris, Bob Black, Wolfi Landstreicher

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Summer 2012 Volume 47, No. 2; #387

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the a(nthro)pology issue, "Science is Capital" by Dot Matrix, excerpt from "The State" by Harold Barclay, etc.

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Highlights include: John Zerzan’s "On the Origins of War"; "Stones Can Speak," a poetic and powerful look at what is going on in Bolivia by Jesús Sepúlveda; "Only a Tsunami Will Do," a potent and lucid rant on feminism that is sure to create a storm of controversy...

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Escape: Let's make a break for it! The issue for March 2008 features fifteen articles on getting out (whether referencing prison, the modern day, military...
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Lots of fiction, essays on current political situations, including "second-wave situationism", the outrageous case of Marie Mason, Foucault, and Rachel...
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various, Fifth Estate
The Spring 2010 issue of this oldest of u.s. anarchist magazines (despite no longer having the word on its cover) is dominated by praise of Ursula Kroeber...
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"Welcome to our Summer edition with its theme of Belief/Disbelief/Unbelief. Our essays don't so much investigate beliefs themselves as much as belief...
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Class Struggle theme Often underplayed in a green anarchist critique, Class Struggle is tackled from various insurrectionary, primitivist and personal...
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anonymous, translated by Lawrence Jarach, anemone
The issue from Fall, 2005: articles on the US presence in Iraq, David Graeber being "purged" from Yale; a controversial woman professor's quiet fight to...
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This issue's theme is Technological Biteback, with articles by John Zerzan ("Paradigms"), a debate between transhumanism and primitivism, Jason Rodgers on...
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peter werbe, kevin o'toole, john zerzan, margaret killjoy, david adams, joseph winogrond, anti marxism,

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This issue sports a glossy cover, presumably to celebrate their 50th birthday. Featuring many flashes from the past, as well as brand new articles on cities...
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