Topic of the Week: Your Favorite Anarchist Media
What’s Your Favorite Piece of Anarchist Media Right Now?
We’ve had a topic of the week regarding the role of anarchist media in the past, but this week is focused on your personal favorite—a “Best of” compilation by you the commenters.
Books, pamphlets & zines, news articles, music, films, vlogs, podcasts, Surrealist paintings, Dadaist subway performers, subversive puppet shows, comics, pirate radio stations, etc…. The list of anarchist media is expansive and inexhaustible.
What is your current favorite piece of anarchist media? Was it produced recently? If it is older, what makes it so relevant or important to you today? Is it something you’ve known about for a while? If so has it been your favorite since you discovered it or did you warm up to it more over time? How did you discover it?
Do you have a different all-time favorite piece of anarchist media? Why has it had such a lasting impression over you? How does nostalgia affect your fondness for media you feel has been important in your life as an anarchist, and are you still able to enjoy (or have you moved beyond) that media today?
If there capitalist-driven or non-anarchist media that blows your favorite anarchist media out of the water? Are there ways that anarchists could achieve a higher level of quality in media without submitting to the more recuperative or exploitative aspects of capitalist-driven media?