One of the more prolific of the editors of Green Anarchy magazine (RIP), who wrote under various names, is back with his inimitable style of rants and poetry, thoughts and feelings, reflections on the day and on former and current friends and relations. Included are songs from what promises to be an upcoming album by Nazel Pickens. These are personal polemics, if such a thing exists, and vibrant post-activist reading.
Authentic freedom, essentially, has always been the anarchist project to understand and to live. It is a quest that has meaningfully united and divided in both idea and practice, which has brought me to the obvious conclusion that only in radically-decentralized affinity-based relationships is authentic freedom even possible.