by Workers Solidarity Movement (Ireland)
april 1, 2002
pirate press international
Italian State Repression of Anarchist Revolt and Anarchist Responses
a Venomous Butterfly Publication
a Revolutionary Manifesto
Fifth Edition Spring 2006
by Anarchist Federation (UK)
and other writings by Errico Malatesta
Essays by Errico Malatesta
Essays by Nester Makno
The "Manifesto of the September 23, 1911"
Common Cause is an Ontario anarchist
organization that wants to see anarchists active in every town,
neighborhood and workplace across Ontario. We have just published the read more »
Issue Three, Urgencies of Everyday life: Between Here and the Outside
anarchystreetproject.page.tl is the webpage . I really don't know what to type. It's a project like gilman to create venues that chrge barely anything we are still in the making contact me email@example.com if you want to donate orbecome a member or something. we have only a few people me, noodlebot, kakashi-con, A.n.b.u.OPs, and Justin and someoneelse
Now located at 4th ave. and Franklin Streets in Downtown Olympia
"All materials are free. Feel free to take, borrow and leave print information. Enjoy." read more »
A Basic Introduction to Co-operatives. A small zine about why co-ops rock, the principles, and what they're good for.
We use it at the RMIT Student Union [Melbourne, Australia] food co-op Organarchy to explain what we're about for new members.
Information drawn from a number of sources. Print and distro at will.
x, Rad love.
Rivet is a zine from New Zealand, produced by Garage Collective with a number of contributors — includes both text and graphic design/illustration.
Issue #2 is a situationist inspired theme, published around xmas 2007.
Texts included a brief history of the Situationists from Clifford Harper's 'Anarchy', Buy Nothing Day, Review of Government Issues 'Legless Bull' ep, among other graphics and articles....54 pages (square A4). 1 and 54 are the cover, the rest is the body. Not collated sorry!
Zine about the role of Graphic Design in Capitalism, and some possible alternatives towards a more libertarian/anarchist direction. Also includes a critique of The First Things First Manifesto of 2002. Produced by Garage Collective.