Flights of the Anarcho-Surrealist Imagination by Ron Sakolsky
From Eberhardt Press, another of their beautiful texts, in partnership with Ron Sakolsky, who always brings the surrealist art. This pamphlet is full of full-color images, poetry, quotations, and reflections on birds as exemplars of moving beyond current structures and constraints.
Rather than advocating an arid isolation, Stirner was aware of the human proclivity for social intercourse. For him, such desires could be satisfied by a free interaction between unique individuals that is in certain ways compatible (though not synonymous) with the mutual aid activities that Kropotkin championed. ... Stirner sought to analyze birds in arriving at his "union of egoists" approach to a freely created form of human association.
from "Anarchy in Flight"