"This edition of Rise Fall Repeat follows Fox's established format of gorgeous photography overlayed with cut&paste narrative. This issue feels like a dichotomy: there are some musings that, in a few words, paint astonishing insights into the human condition. read more »
Using Space 8
*'Ive painted myself into a corner' – learning from the divide between artistic and anarchist squats in Paris
*Open House London / Made Possible by Squatting
*Review of 'Nine Tenths of the Law' by Hannah Dobbz
*A quick update on Brighton courtcases
*Excerpt from 'Dangerous Spaces' zine
*List of back issues
Plus more cats
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From the introduction:
Anarchists are made and not born. Many of us have stories about specific moments or experiences that marked a turning point, something that made us become anarchists, or realize we already were anarchists. We compiled this zine because we wanted to hear stories of what pushes people over the edge and help us imagine ways we can create breaking points for others. read more »
February 8, 2014 12 Noon, Tacoma WA.
Portland Ave. Park (on Portland Ave. and E. 35th in t-town)
Show solidarity with long time political prisoner Leonard Peltier!
"As individual fingers we may be easily broken, but all together we make a mighty fist."
- Sitting Bull
The Young-Girl is not always young; more and more frequently, she is not even female. She is the figure of total integration in a disintegrating social totality.--from Theory of the Young-Girl read more »
This zine is about composting. It is both a how-to manual and a text on the scientific theory of composting. It's kinda academic but I tried to make the language really accessible. Enjoy!
From a text by AM Bonanno, with some edits and additions
While coming out almost five years ago, the article "Hipster: The Dead End of Western Civilization" in Adbusters remains one of the best critiques and explorations of the hipster phenomenon. read more »
A flyer made from this callout: http://anarchistnews.org/content/call-international-solidarity-three-ana...
A zine about going beyond pro-feminism within male circles, and deconstructing manlihood within ourselves.
Sex, or the Unbearable is a dialogue between Lauren Berlant and Lee Edelman, two of our leading theorists of sexuality, politics, and culture. In juxtaposing sex and the unbearable they don't propose that sex is unbearable, only that it unleashes unbearable contradictions that we nonetheless struggle to bear. read more »
Sub-titled, "A Letter To Earth First! From A Too Distant Friend," The Issues Are Not The Issue is a critique of contemporary radical environmentalism as exemplified by the practice of Earth First! The author of the zine argues for an approach that is less oriented towards single issues and more towards a practice of widening struggles and trying new approaches.
Profiles of Provocateurs by Kristian Williams is about FBI involvement in activist communities in the last few years. The zine explores a few recent cases of anarchists or radical environmentalists being entrapped by state agents. read more »