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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This book collects every issue of the punk zine Absolute Zippo that was published between 1988 and 1998. Four hundred pages of line drawings, reports on punk shows, and the great writing of Eggplant, an OG punk, still pissed off after all these years.
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The Bey, controversial figure, poet, sur-rationalist, author of underground sensation TAZ (Temporary Autonomous Zone), offers up poetry and rants...
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This anthology collects essays and interviews on such topics as "Art on the Edge of Politics" and "Production of the Future". "Solidarity with the Context" by Janos Sugar, "XYZ of Net Activism" by Luther Blissett, "From Mini FM to Polymorphous Radio" by Tetsuo Kogawa, "Response to Tactical Media Manifesto" by Peter Lamborn Wilson, and "Autonomous Culture Factory" by Marko Vukovic. These are just some of over fifty articles included.
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On the Road with the Nomadic Festival This collection of stories and illustrations paints the triumphs and misadventures of the Nomadic Festival at breakneck speed, and offers ideas and inspiration for the next outlaw orgy.
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Origins of North American Dropout Culture
Lost history viewed through cracks in the cartographies of control, including "tri-racial isolate" communities, buccaneers, "white Indians", black Islamic movements, the Maroons of the Great Dismal Swamp, the Métis nation, scandalous eugenics theories, rural "hippie" communes, and many other aspects of North American autonomous cultures.
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Judith Malina and her longtime companion-comrade Julian Beck founded the Living Theatre in New York City in 1947. In these poems Judith shares her anguish at injustices inflicted by bureaucratic authority; the rewards she found in love and collaboration with Julian; her difficulties in making some life-defining choices.
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