The 29th century treats the 21st like a prison colony. One convict, Maya, dreams of a jailbreak… or, failing that, revenge. This new short story, first appearing here on Resonance, may be purchased in zine form from Detritus Books.
We are excited to announce the start of the newest project of the Black & Green Project, cookies which are guaranteed to meet your feral needs. After years of scraping by financially, and using our own funds to underwrite the project of an anthropology-based anarcho-primitivism (which is obviously the only true anarchy), we have concluded that as a compliment to the Feral Revolution, we will implement a mutual aid project to fund the wild revolt through the sale of cookies.
Dropping the hottest fire lit turnt AF tracks, “Anarchy Radio” a podcast by John Zerzan and friends recently received an anonymous call from a “self-proclaimed” distant hanger on of le strugglists that challenged everyone, and anyone; but especially you, dear reader – and now platformist of eco-extremism to a live battle rap.
from the kate sharpley library
The latest bulletin by our favorite anarchist history project. Excerpts with annotations from some of the contents of the library.
Here is Louise Michel (by Louise Michel)
"She is a menace to society, for she has declared a hundred times that everyone should take part in the banquet of life."
Welcome to the anews podcast. This is episode 56 for March 22, 2018. This podcast covers anarchist activity, ideas, and conversations from the previous week.
Editorial: The Provocation of Identity
Me and Hye Sung Francis from the Friendly Fire Collective were interviewed by Dean and Matt from another radical Christian podcast called The Magnificast about our Quaker organizing praxis, our upcoming May Day retreat in Philadelphia, and more! The deadline to apply for the retreat has been extended to March 29th, so if you are interested there is still time to apply :)
We have added some new zines and a couple of books to our catalog. As always, all of the zines on this website are available as free PDF downloads. Please copy them and use them as a means to interact in the “real world”.
From Plain Words
The fifth issue of Plain Words is out, with reflections on anarchist publishing, a debate on art, an overview of local gentrification, analysis of struggles against police militarization, critical thoughts on coping, and more.