Based on research done for his introduction to the new Freedom Press edition of Kroptokin's Mutual Aid this longer essay from Iain McKay expounds not only on Kropotkin's work but on science writing in general, encompassing Richard Dawkins, Stephen Jay Gould and Matt Ridley among many others.
On Transgender Day of Remembrance
On Trans* Day of Remembrance
This short zine is a basic introduction to anti-civilization ideas. It presents a concise argument for why civilization needs to go. It's designed to be easy to reproduce on a large-scale.
This zine is a basic short introduction to collectives and the philosophy behind organizing collectively without hierarchy. It argues against the faceless mass-based organizing approach and in favor of a networked approach of small collectives with whom participants have affinity.
It's a reprint of an old article that appeared in Profane Existence.
On Ohlone land, on December 1st of 2012 we will be hosting our first annual East Bay Anarchist Bookfair: Conversations & Books event. We want to talk about big things (like changing the world) and small things (like books). Join Us from 10 am - 8 pm on December 1st at the Humanist Hall for this free event!
Over 3 dozen cunts of every size and description for you to color. Originally used for a sex education class. Crayons not included. A book by Tee Corinne.
A zine that focuses on LEDs; what's good about them, what they're good for, a tutorial on how to make your own light, and even a haiku! A fairly practical zine with some nice writing.
What is capitalism, exactly? And can we destroy it before it destroys us?
Based on a series of participatory workshops. An introduction to economics, finance, and the theory of capitalism, for anti-capitalists. No previous exposure to economics necessary.
Volume 1: workshops 1 to 4 (84 pages)
Volume 2: workshops 5 to 7 plus reading guide (80 pages)
All-in-one version: not zine formatted.
SAVE THE DATE!
March 8 & 9, 2013
Chicago Zine Fest