Journals

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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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A collection (with brief introductory remarks) of writings by pessimists and pessimist sympathizers... Pratt, Battaille, Zapfe, Noyes, Cioran, Leopardi,...
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A New World Is In Our Hearts Long term print project, started by Fredy Perlman, among others, this new issue of Fifth Estate includes the regular letter...
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This issue of this long-running anarchist and/or anarchist-friendly magazine reprises their theme of summer reading for 2018, and features a cover that hits...
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Our favorite anarcho-surrealist journal, this issue features may day letters and celebrations, the mystery of the pomo postcards, letters from apio and...
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The Re-enchantment of the World Articles by John Zerzan, Ria, Dana Williams, Ron Sakolsky, Frank Joyce, Ann Hanson, Peter Werbe, and many more, on topics...
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Fall-Winter 2008, Vol. 26, No. 2 We're finally getting some of the older issues of AJODA up on the site! Maybe it will prompt the editors to...
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Spring-Summer 2008, Vol. 26, No.1 We're finally getting some of the older issues of AJODA up on the site! Maybe it will prompt the editors to...
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The Anarchist Review of Books Features reviews of fiction, non-fiction, and poetry, tributes to Stuart Christie and David Graeber as two of the...
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This issue of this surrealist British Columbian publication from Ron Sakolsky has a dramatic full-color spread, and features the whimsical, thoughtful,...
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Letters, Cuba, music and domestication, the Paris Commune, the Spanish Revolution, Karen Pickett on 40 years of the EF! Journal, Bill Weinberg on Belarus,...
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The Annual Anarchist Review of Books issue John Clark revisits Le Guin's Always Coming Home , and there are appreciative comments about Big Girl ,...
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This year's review issue reviews So many books (Dawn of Everything, Dangerous Visions and New Worlds, The Nation on No Map, All of Me, There Plant Eyes,...
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This lovely edition of Sakolsky's surrealist anarchist journal features letters, a celebration of mayday, a piece on the 100 year birthday of surrealism...
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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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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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