From the introduction: Welcome to the fifth issue of FTP zine, our biannual report on anti-colonial, anti-state resistance, compiled within occupied Cadigal territory.
Like previous issues we have chosen to highlight acts of resistance to the Australian state and its control of this territory, such as attacks on its police, its prisons, its monuments and its schools.
The entirety of the content in this publication was found as public information online, and later compiled for this zine. Nothing here is the original content of those who may be responsible for this project.
Since we announced the project on @news back in January of this year, ten new titles have been released, which were are excited to share with you. As always, everything we do is available for free download in printable and readable PDF format on our website
The latest issue of Black Flag, the flagship publication of the Free Association of Anarchists (F@@), has just been published online, and is available for download here:
In hopes of contributing to the growing discontent with the police and prisons, sections of the Ex-Worker podcast have been put together as two pamphlets by some independent @s.
The first pamphlet, entitled POLICE/POLICING and LIFE WITHOUT THE POLICE, discusses the origins of the police, police tactics, and how life could look without them.
The second, PRISONS and PRISON ABOLITION, looks at the prison system and how alternatives to it might look like.
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.