Class Struggle Alphabetized
“For as long as there have been names, there have been witches. From rebellions against feudal lords in the Middle Ages to queer riots at cafes to insurrections against the institutions of slavery and colonization, we have fought for thousands of years.”
A text on identity, power, crime, magic, and the end of the world from the Ignorant Research Institute (MKE).
by the IWW
CrimethInc.'s study of the Greek insurrection, made into zine format for distro.
by Frank H. Brooks
October’s Ignite! #2 has hit the streets! Featuring reporting on the upcoming O22 demonstrations, legal victories, local news about prison slave labor, nefarious police stings, the Black Mesa indigenous solidarity caravan, #occupydenver and plenty more. We are happy to say that Ignite! #2 is four pages longer than our first issue. read more »
This zine explores the politics and social issues in R.E. Howard's original Conan the Barbarian yarns. It seeks to (and hopefully succeeds at) dismantling the pop-culture concept of Conan as a dude-bro meat-head jock, revealing the politically-charged Conan of Howard's mythos.
An essay from the French anarchist journal Guerre au Paradis.
untorelli (at) riseup.net
From the Text: read more »
The Institute for Experimental Freedom's European appendages and friends are proud to release an English translation of “La Grève Infinie” (Infinite Strike). This text was written on Oct 27th 2010 from within the events transpiring throughout the French strikes and blockades. read more »
This is an introduction to and the manifesto of the International Circle of Anti-Bolshevik Communists, an anti-state communist network from South America. The text can be found online at:
Attached is the print version of a pamphlet containing these texts
Common Action is proud to announce the publication of our newsletter Intersections. Written with regular people in mind, the newsletter strives to connect community issues to anarchist ideas, serving as a paper that any neighbor might find interesting, informative, and reliable. It can be left in laundromats and bus seats just as easily as a radical bookstore.
This issue's contents include:
Whose Streets? Gentrification in Seattle by Andrew Hedden and Jacquelyn Hermer
Northwest Anarchist People of Color Gathering: A Report-Back by Brooke Stepp read more »
Common Action announces the fifth issue of our quarterly newsletter Intersections.
Read about a new free health clinic in Olympia that challenges the
top-down approach to fixing health care. Also in this issue,
reflections on the anti-globalization movement, a review of a certain
British wizard, and notes on the increasing criminalization of sex
This issue's contents include: read more »