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Primal Anarchy Podcast 26: Interview with Deana Dartt

Primal Anarchy Podcast 26: Interview with Deana Dartt

From Primal Anarchy

House keeping: Book club and upcoming meeting, first book is Terra Nullius by Sven Lindqvist. 15% of all of our sales still going to Indigenous Mutual Aid, please toss them some support (indigenousmutualaid.org). Kickstarter underway, will be up anytime. We continue our ongoing conversation about primal anarchy and the nature of resistance to civilization and domestication with Deana Dartt, PhD. Deana is Coastal Chumash and Mestiza. Her work is focused on decolonization and indigenization, raising Indigenous voices and experiences back into the lands and narratives that sought to erase them. She has worked with everything from museum curators to activist groups to push forward this necessary discussion. She also shares our enthusiasm for bridging gaps between decolonization and anti-civilization. Listen up, you’ll like it. More importantly, you’ll learn from it. Support Deana’s work at liveoaknative.com.

Primal Anarchy Podcast 24: Coronavirus and Collapse

Primal Anarchy Podcast 24: Coronavirus and Collapse

From Primal Anarchy, May 3, 2020, by Natasha & Kevin Tucker

House cleaning, falling a little behind in a pandemic can happen. What’s what with Black and Green; upcoming Kickstarter, new address (POB 36 Denver, PA 17517), Natasha’s medicinals and consulting, and announcing the book club! First book: Terra Nullius by Sven Lindqvist. Plugging a recent interview with Solecast and needing to be done with the Western traditions of resistance. The big coronavirus and collapse rundown: falling down the lead of a narcissist and how it contributes to the chaos we’re all feeling. The rising tide of fascism and the withering veneer of white fragility over white supremacy. Mutual aid and colonialism, call out for support for the Indigenous Mutual Aid network: indigenousmutualaid.org. Natasha reads her poem, Making Pancakes. Talking about the Gospel of Empire and getting work out farther and wider.

Civilization & The Coronavirus w/ Kevin Tucker

From Sole

In this episode of The Solecast I sit down with Kevin Tucker of Black and Green Publishing / Wild Resistance Journal. We have a wide ranging conversation about empires, collapse and coronavirus. Kevin’s political analysis is rooted around primal anarchy; and sees anarchy as the natural state of humans, and civilization as the cage we desperately need to get free from. Kevin talks about his historical perspectives on why civilizations fail and why things like coronavirus, lyme disease and other animal borne illnesses are on the rise. Very informative conversation that covers a lot of ground.

The Failure of Revolution

The Failure of Revolution

From Blackbird Journal by Kevin Tucker

Sorry comrade, the revolution has failed you.

This is the conclusion I’ve reached over the last decade. It hasn’t been easy to come to terms with the realization that revolution that innate core of anarchist thought was the final piece of Leftism that I carried on as I came to understand that my enemy was civilization and not merely the State.

Jurnal Anarki Interview with Anarchist Author Kevin Tucker

Jurnal Anarki Interview with Anarchist Author Kevin Tucker

From Anarchists Worldwide

The following interview with self-described primal anarchist advocate, writer, editor, independent researcher, publisher, musician and rewilding human, Kevin Tucker, originally appeared in the first issue of the new Indonesian anarchist journal, Jurnal Anarki. Jurnal Anarki is written entirely in Bahasa Indonesian, and this is the first time content from it has been republished in English. We’d like to thank comrade Eat for making this possible!

To My Critics: My Own Peculiar Albatross

To My Critics: My Own Peculiar Albatross

From Bellamy Fitzpatrick dot com by Bellamy Fitzpatrick

Under different circumstances, I would not have brought this issue up so early in my blog, and perhaps would never have brought it up, but the recent mention of me on The Solecast has made me think it is necessary to lay this issue to rest once and for all. My hope is that I will never have to comment on it again, but will be able to reference this blog entry and the podcast links associated with it to any and all future critics.

Episode 2: Rewilding & Anarchy with Kevin Tucker

Episode 2: Rewilding & Anarchy with Kevin Tucker

From Rewilding Podcast by Peter Michael Bauer

Anarchy is a central component to the rewilding movement, and as such it is here that I wanted to place my first interview. Today I’m chatting with Kevin Tucker, an anarchist writer, editor, and publisher who has been writing about primal anarchy for over twenty years. He is the author of the book For Wildness and Anarchy, which has been foundational to anarcho-primitivism and primal anarchy. He is relentless. He runs a publishing company, hosts a podcast, writes extensively well researched books, publishes Wild Resistance (a primal anarchy journal twice a year) and somehow raises two children all at the same time. Kevin is both a friend and colleague who continues to inspire and inform the work that I do. I’m excited to share the interview here with you.

Primal Anarchy Podcast 21: A Message from the Unsponsored

From Primal Anarchy

Episode 21
June 20, 2019

Podcast housecleaning, listener questions. Excerpt from interview with Patty Stonefish of Arming Sisters on MMIW, the continued prevalence of settler violence, and man camps. You definitely need to listen to this. Discussing the failed “business” aspect of Black & Green, but why it’s done the way that it is. Info about the upcoming fundraiser, second edition of For Wildness and Anarchy. Plus the depressing numbers about book costs.

Primal Anarchy Podcast 20: Ship of Fools?

From Primal Anarchy

June 11, 2019

Podcast housecleaning. Talking about the upcoming revised and expanded second edition of For Wildness and Anarchy, reading the new introduction. A little more book talk and Daniel Immerwahr’s How to Hide an Empire. Ted Kaczynski and the Ship of Fools. Sorry everyone, Ted is an awful writer and worse thinker. The revolutionary reductionism and hope for a singular focus. It’s impossible and stupid, civilization is the entire picture and if we don’t account for the details, we miss the whole thing. Outro music: Burning Empires - Emerging Primal.

Primal Anarchy Podcast 19: Writing and Writhing

From Primal Anarchy, Episode 19: May 12, 2019

A little different than the usual ranting and raving, taking a look my own writing process and approach. The sadistic compulsion that is writing. Notes to a 20 year old me. Notes for people thinking about getting involved in writing. What I’m looking at when people send submissions for the journal. And a lot of thoughts about how I approach writing, what is and is not important, and a constant reminder of the sad truth: there are no shortcuts.

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