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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The following essay (originally posted on delinquentdialectics.com and reposted to anarchistnews.org) is an example of making a serious criticism, it also raises three topics that are in need of more discussion amongst anarchists: a) the role of academics, b) soft policing, what it means and what it looks like, and c) letting friends slide, despite evidence of serious complicity with the state.
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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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A Chronicle of Fredy Perlman's Fifty Years
A poignant and touching biography of noted writer, theorist, and publisher Fredy Perlman by Lorraine, his life partner, co-producer, and co-author.
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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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Whying not in order to get ready-made responses to daily media bombardements, and media intellectualisms, Somnambulist Situationists aim at miraculating a sleepwalkers strategy to re-consider the Situationist Internationalists texts towards an un-negotiable, short-circuiting, non-identitarian, and especially a critically pervert position.
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Women in Brittany, France successfully fight off construction of a nuclear power plant.
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