Rydra and Bellamy are joined by John Zerzan, live in the studio, fresh from his debate with transhumanist Zoltan Istvan. The three start by debriefing John on the debate, discuss some current events, and then get into some discussion of John's animus toward Egoism and Nihilism as well as Wild Reaction (RS).
Lost Maps is a super fledgling distro looking for submissions and to build up the content it carries.
Here's the description & contact:
The Lost Maps Distro distributes zines, prints & media projects that explore folklore, literature, culture, geography, documentary and community history through a radical lens. All of these items are purchaseable through our Etsy and through tabling.
If you’re interested in distributing your zine or media project through Lost Maps, email us at lostmaps at riseup dot net.
Looking for people worldwide to model for a sexy new face of Anarchy.
This will be the first edition of an Anarchy calendar published from Vancouver, Coast Salish Territories.
Send photos to firstname.lastname@example.org
Everyone welcome. Anonymity ensured.
Anything goes it's Anarchy!
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#30: Anarchism in Chile, Part II – The Ex-worker keeps our eyes to the south as we continue our in-depth exploration of anarchism in Chile. While our last episode sought to provide context and history, this episode delves into two recent cases of repression by the Chilean State against anarchists and discusses the important of prisoner support in the anarchist movement. We interview Victor Montoya, an anarchist who was framed up and spent 16 months in pretrial detention, as well as Luciano “Tortuga” Pitronello, a comrade who faced terrorism charges after a bomb he was carrying prematurely detonated.
Anarchists always appropriated means to spread anti-authoritarian ideas and struggles to feed the dialogue and subversive action. It is in this sense that this publication is also intended as a tool, more precisely that of providing a space to nourish the international debate between anarchists. That is why these particular pages create space for struggles that spring from anarchist activities; autonomous, direct and self-organized struggles; struggles that go towards the destruction of power in all its forms; struggles happening today, yesterday or that are announcing itself.
Kalan Sherrard, called “NYC’s Most Avant-Garde Nihilist Subway Performer” by NYMag is a multidisciplinary artist living in New York City. His performance-based work involves arrangements of found objects, loaded text, hybrid sound, and offbeat costumes. His puppet shows, which have been described as “better than Tim Burton,” utilize the deformed creations of combined objects. He also draws, collages, creates installations, and directs photography projects.