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THEME: Art & Anarchy

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CONTENTS

Letters

Welcome to the Idiocene
Max Cafard

Logistical Anarchism
Jeff Shantz

VR Troopers
Jason Rodgers

Seattle’s Left Bank Books
Sylvie Kashdan

Anarchist Golf?
Joseph Winogrond

Free Marius Jacob Mason

Dirty Yeti: DIY House
Taylor Weech

Burning Man Comes to China
Pierre Garine

Death & Deadening
Bryan Tucker

Civilization & Collapse
John Zerzan

On the Sale of Bodies
Thaddeus Blanchett

Tune, Occasion, and Memory of Mnisota
Josefine W.W. Parker (Voyager)

Love & Letters of Insurgents
Artnoose

Cazzarola!: Anarchy, Romani, Love
Steve Izma

The Failure of Non-Violence
Norma D. Kotomy

Political Music is Mysterious
Kristi Phillips

Fifth Estate on the Web
Quincy B. Thorn

Domesticated Animals & Us
Ian Erik Smith

No Dance; No Revo
Peter Werbe

How and why I wrote Cazzarola!
Norman Nawrocki

ART & ANARCHY SECTION

25 Years of Puppets
David Solnit

Surrealism is (Still) Elsewhere
Ron Sakolsky

Anarchist Art in the Gallery
Tom Nys

Anarchism & Yiddish Theatre
Jim Feast

WHAT’S NEW

U.S. normalizes relations with Cuba?
Welcome back to global capitalism!

FE’s articles on Cuba by Walker Lane suggest what is in store for the island.
“Adios, Socialismo” & “Socialism or Cell phones”

Red Emma Kicked out of the University

Emma Goldman's mug shot
A valuable anarchist history resource, The Emma Goldman Papers archive, is being defunded by University of California, Berkeley, and will have to close if alternative funding can’t be found soon. The 34-year-old archive is currently the most comprehensive, organized collection of Goldman-related materials in the world.

The EGP project has published selected documents in several books. It has been planning to digitize the approximately 40,000 items it holds, making them available to interested researchers worldwide. However, in October, the university administration informed the project’s editor and director, Candace Falk, that it would no longer support the project. Other sources of funding have also been dwindling.

If you can help, contact: The Emma Goldman Papers, University of California, Berkeley, 2241 Channing Way, Berkeley, CA 94720-6030; cfalk@berkeley.edu. 

 

Letters of Insurgents, front cover

Good news! Seattle’s Left Bank Books is republishing Letters of Insurgents, Fredy Perlman’s historical novel about love and revolution in the East bloc and Western states of the mid-20th century.  READ MORE >

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