I just read Hakim Bey's 1987 essay "Post-Anarchism Anarchy" and found it full of juicy tidbits. Any other readings like this that attempt to move beyond the stagnation of modern anarchism while providing useful critique? Not so much interested in post-structuralist anarchism in this case, as those works tend to posit more than critique. Looking for helpful stuff on what anarchism isn't today, where it's failing, etc. Non-prescriptive kinda stuff.