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
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
Over the weekend, we picked up a copy of an interesting zine from here in Grand Rapids called “Occupocalypse!” The zine bills itself as an “unofficial project” of some participants in Occupy Grand Rapids. While being quite clear that it doesn’t represent the “views, opinions, attitudes, or desires” of Occupy Grand Rapids as a group, … Read moreOccupocalypse Zine: Occupy Grand Rapids and Anarchism?
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
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