This is the first issue of Enfants Perdus. Enfants Perdus is a self made magazine made by friends, lovers and companions all over the world dedicated to the spirit of individuality, freedom and the search of autonomy of mind and practice. the magazine should be a space for absurd people in an absurd world transpassing conventions and social order. read more »
A pamphlet from 2001 by a Canadian collective on the global economy. It shortly analyzes the functioning of global capitalism and forms a critique on it from an anarchist perspective. The pamphlet gives a small history on how the world as we see it now came to be. read more »
Here's the latest compilation of every other week updates. We've mailed
hard copies to Sundiata Acoli, Joe-Joe Bowen, David Gilbert, Marie Mason,
Eric McDavid, Daniel McGowan, Jalil Muntaqim and Sekou Odinga. Please feel
free to share this link:
Post Office Box 110034 read more »
"This is an argument against identity politics, but it is not an argument against
feminism, or queer liberation, or anti-racism work. It is instead an argument
that the oppressions usually combated through identity politics — a strategy
based on the affirmation of Identity — could be better fought through its
abandonment, or in the least through a radical destabilisation of existing read more »
Drifting Clouds - Writings On Consent
Feel free to make copies of this zine for your friends and distro (as long as it's not-for-profit) x
War and Revolution - The Hungarian anarchist movement in World War I and the Budapest Commune (1919)Submitted by Anonymous on Sun, 06/10/2012 - 11:03.
WAR AND REVOLUTION:
The Hungarian anarchist movement in World War I and the Budapest Commune (1919)
by Martyn Everett
The First World War ended in 1918 - everywhere that is except in Hungary - where
the fighting continued. War and economic collapse created a revolutionary situation.
In spite of its size the tiny Hungarian anarchist movement played a significant part in read more »
This zine is made in the midwest to reflect local issues and those at the state and national level, although some of the contributors envision a world free of such divisions, information is key. It exists to strengthen and expand the radical community in Kalamazoo and to meet folks in other places with similar ideas and goals.
A recent text (November 2011) critiquing moves towards armed-struggle-ism and military formations, from within the insurrectionist current.The text is online here, among other places. This is a simply-formatted zine for printing.
Same as "Taking the Cake: An Illustrated Primer on Asexuality," but in easy-to-read-online format rather than print-and-staple format, because I got requests for it. Although I don't know why it decided to give itself huge borders when I converted from .pub to .pdf.
GLAMARCHY NOW! 1st & only edition: MASTURBATE YOUR MIND - created by Queer & Trans POC activists @ UC Davis in 2010
They Are All The Same is a anti-voting mini-zine by the DisAffected. In 2012, Don't Vote! Dismantle!
This is a reader for all those who have thought, WTF is Post-Left Anarchy? It collects the classic essays and debates on anarchy as an anti-capitalist practice that is also a rejection of Leftism.
1) Anarchy after Leftism
2) Post-Left Anarchy: Leaving the Left Behind
3) Post-Left Anarchy?
4) Leftism 101
5) Anarchists, Don’t let the Left(overs) Ruin your Appetite read more »
Peak Oil Survival by Aric McBay.