Where the Absence Is

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This, the second volume of Black Seed reprints, shows the arc of the journal over its various iterations, from starting out as a project taking up conversations that had ended with  Green Anarchy magazine, moving through a spiritual emphasis, and finally ending with a strengthening of and emphasis on indigenous anarchy. Here there are anarchists questioning the assumptions of motherhood-as-negation, of sex-as-necessarily-empowering (or even a good thing), of romanticizing animals-as-innocents, and more.

Since the journal ended with the death of its inspiration and founder, and since the journal was on newsprint and will run out, these two books (the first is Not on Any Map) are our "Best Of' and homage to the project that was unique and exciting while it lasted.