Featured Zine: With Allies Like These

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Over the past several years (or maybe even decades), the discussion of privilege theory and anti-oppression politics has become quite prevalent within the anarchist space. Many anarchists will speak to the importance of anti-oppression politics, but few take the time to consider the implications of the ideas or their origins. “With Allies Like These: Reflections … Continue Reading »


New Zines in Our Catalog

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We’ve added eight new zines to our distro catalog. They cover a wide range of topics including anarchist assemblies, how we relate to each other in anarchist spaces, feminist communication, and how alienation impacts how we relate to others. Some of the folks that published them include Ruine des Kapitals, AFFECT, Ill Will Editions, and … Continue Reading »


Why We Oppose the Police

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We’re re-posting this article (“Why We Oppose the Police”), because as is so often the case, many of the discussions locally about Ferguson, resistance, and police tend to be very shallow and are severally limited by myths of necessity, reform, and nonviolence. There’s also a new zine version of the article that we encourage folks … Continue Reading »


Featured Zine: Good Manners & Affinity Groups

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As events continue in response to the police killings in Ferguson and New York City, we’re sharing the excellent new zine “Good Manners & Affinity Groups” put together by Anarres Press. The zine compiles two excellent articles “An Introduction to the Anarchist Affinity Group” by Tides of Flame and “Good Manners for Street Parties: Stay … Continue Reading »


Review: Who’s Afraid of the Black Blocs?

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Who’s Afraid of the Black Blocs? Anarchy in Action Around the World by Francis Dupuis-Déri is an attempt to objectively explore and examine the black bloc tactic by casting aside the stereotypes and political dismissals common both in the mainstream media and amongst various radical groups. The book draws on extensive research including interviews with … Continue Reading »


New Zines Added to Our Catalog

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We’ve added some new zines to our distro catalog. As always, they are available to order online or through the mail, and the PDFs can be downloaded. In keeping with some recent changes, we’ve added both imposed and screen readable versions of these zines where possible. The new titles are: Organizing Anarchism and the English … Continue Reading »


Featured Zine: Blockade, Occupy, Strike Back

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With the a “state of emergency” declared in Ferguson outside of St. Louis and protests announced across the United States to coincide with the upcoming announcement of a grand jury decision in the police shooting of Michael Brown, it seems appropriate to feature a zine pertaining to street tactics. In recent years, one of the … Continue Reading »


Announcing: Black Seed Issue #2

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From AnarchistNews.org: Black Seed Issue #2 has arrived from the printers and is available for bulk mail-order through Little Black Cart and soon to be available throughout the U.S. at various bookstores and social-spaces. We are excited to present you with another publication of green anarchy, a continuance of some of the conversations started in … Continue Reading »


November/December Political Prisoner Birthdays Poster

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From Chapel Hill Prison Books Collective: Hello Friends and Comrades, 1) Here is the political prisoner birthday poster for November. As always, please post this poster publicly and/or use it to start a card writing night of your own. 2)  Please help raise funds for our comrade Andy’s legal fund. On August 23rd Andy was arrested while attending … Continue Reading »


Featured Zine: Writing To Prisoners FAQ

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As part of an effort to highlight different titles in our distro catalog, we’re going to be doing semi-weekly blog posts to “feature” different zines. This week’s featured zine is “Writing to Prisoners: Frequently Asked Questions.” Published in 2013 by Black Cat Factory with text borrowed from Leeds Anarchist Black Cross, “Writing to Prisoners” is … Continue Reading »