New Zine: Blocs, Black and Otherwise

While going through our archive of zines to add new titles to the distro, we came across a copy of a zine titled “Blocs, Black and Otherwise.” It’s one of the many “how to” guides in Crimethinc’s Recipies for Disaster and is a very good overview of how to organize and participate in a black … Read moreNew Zine: Blocs, Black and Otherwise

New Zine: Direct Action Tactics

There have been many times when we have wished that we had a zine like this. Especially when we find ourselves talking to folks that are “new” to anarchism and the whole notion of fighting back, it’s sometimes difficult to start a conversation on tactics. This zine offers a broad overview of direct action tactics … Read moreNew Zine: Direct Action Tactics

New Zine: Leftism 101

We’ve published another new zine, “Leftism 101.” From the intro: This pamphlet collects two excellent essays by Lawrence Jarach: “Leftism 101” from Back to Basics: The Problem of the Left put out by the Green Anarchy collective and “Anarchists, Don’t let the Left(overs) Ruin your Appetite” from Anarchy: A Journal of Desire Armed #48. We … Read moreNew Zine: Leftism 101

New Zine: Anarchism – What It Is, What It Ain’t

We’ve published a new zine titled “Anarchism: What It Is, What It Ain’t.” It’s a reprinting of an essay by Lawrence Jarach that provides a short overview of anarchist principles and explains how anarchism differs from the political philosophies of “the left.” From the introduction: This pamphlet is a reprinting of an essay by Lawrence … Read moreNew Zine: Anarchism – What It Is, What It Ain’t

New Zine: What Is Security Culture? A Guide To Staying Safe

 We’re excited to announce that we have published our first zine! It’s on security culture and provides a wealth of practical tips on organizing in a safer way to minimize the risk of government repression. We strongly encourage everyone to read the guide, share it with their friends, and incorporate the principles within. Recent instances … Read moreNew Zine: What Is Security Culture? A Guide To Staying Safe