The Queer Art of Failure by J. Halberstam
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This wonderful book is a thoughtful and in-depth account of Native resistance to environmental and cultural degradation. LaDuke's unique understanding of Native ideas and people is born from long years of experience, and her analysis is deepened with inspiring testimonies by local Native activists sharing the struggle for survival. read more »
Cover file for A Crime Called Freedom, Black Spring Press reformat.
Reformat for distribution, given the original title is out of print. email blackspringpress at riseup dot net for more inquiries!
Fanged Noumena brings together the writings of Nick Land for the first time. During the 1990s Land's unique philosophical work, variously described as 'rabid nihilism', 'mad black deleuzianism' and 'cybergothic', developed perhaps the only rigorous and culturally-engaged escape route out of the malaise of 'continental philosophy' - a route which was implacably blocked by the academy. read more »
One Dimensional Woman by Nina Power read more »
A zine about responsibility and intent in anarchist social circles. Plus fun illustrations. 12 pages.
it's silly to type things about astro-physics
No being deserves punishment, we all need healing.
Call for a new radical networking journal based on (Dis)Connection.
Pilot issue which includes a call for submissions, South Side ARA Anti-Fascist Scene Report, Combat Emasculation of M.L. King by Mondo we Langa, a Three Sisters Companion Planting tutorial, and information on political prisoner Tsutomu Shirosaki.
Here is a course of action: harden, worsen, accelerate decadence. Adopt the perspective of active nihilism, exceed the mere recognition-be it depressive or admiring–of the destruction of all values. Become more and more incredulous. Push decadence further still and accept, for instance, to destroy the belief in truth under all its forms. read more »
Please Print this out and write to these prisoners. Better, post it publicly and use it to host a card writing night.We're experimenting with the format a little, so this month is a double sided 11x17 that can also be used as a poster to promote your local letter writing night.
Keep on fighting,
Chapel Hill Prison Books Collective
A collection of interviews with six autonomous spaces in Indonesia and the Philippines. The interviews were conducted at the start of 2011, and although the zine has existed for some time, it has unfortunately not been published online until now. read more »