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.
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This issue of the long-running comic polemic features art by Sylvan Migdal, Paula Hewitt Amram, Sandy Jimenez, Fly, Ethan Heitner, Jennifer Camper,...
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This is the brand new reprint of the Red and Black title of fame and infamy, and includes a new foreward by Aragorn!, one of the book's many aficionados.
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A full-color, bilingual, collage journal that documents Robin Kahn's month cooking with the women of the Western Sahara.
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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.
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