Fifth Estate #410
ANARCHIST REVIEW OF BOOKS
Always Coming Home / Ursula K Le Guin
Big Girl / Meg Ellison
Secolo Nuovo / Fulvia Ferrari
We’re Not Here to Entertain / Kevin Mattson
Five Wives / Martha Ackelsberg
Dreams of Anarchy / Ron Sakolsky
STEVEN CLINE & JASON ABDELHADI
Dissent During World War I / Eric T. Chester
Poems of Katerina Gogou
Underground Asia / Tim Harper
Pandemic Solidarity / Marina Sitrin, ed.
The Daring Life of Eve Adams / Jonathon Ned Katz
KATHY E. FERGUSON
Constructing Ecoterrorism / John Sorensen
Holding Change / adrienne maree brown
Architecture & Anarchism / Paul Dobraszczyk
Urgent Publishing / Paul Soulellis
Prophet Against Slavery / David Lester
Nomadland / Jessica Bruder
No More Mushrooms / Kirkpatrick Sale
The Bittersweet Science / Gerald Horne
Catastrophic Thinking / David Sepkoski
Champavert: Immoral Tales / Petrus Borel
OLCHAR E. LINDSANN
Codename Arthur / Nick Lowles
The Haymarket Affair / Corrine J. Naden
Workers Inquiry / Robert Ovetz, ed.
Ben Fletcher: Black Wobbly / Peter Cole
Red Nation Rising / Nick Estes
Hand to Hold / Samir Shaheen-Hussain
Mutual Aid / Peter Kropotkin
KIM A. BROADIE
Zippie / Michele Dawn Saint Thomas
When We Are Human / John Zerzan
The Brickeaters / The Residents
The Operating System / Eric Laursen
Earth First! Journal
33 Revolutions / Canek Sánchez Guevara
Farewell Elka Schumann
Poetry and fiction from
Byron López Ellington
vincent a. cellucci
Karin L. Frank
Hazel C. Cline
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MONTREAL’S 15th ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL ANARCHIST THEATRE FESTIVAL May 2022, seeks plays!
Application deadline: November 30, 2021
The Montreal International Anarchist Theatre Festival (MIATF), the only festival in the world dedicated to anarchist theatre, is currently seeking plays, texts, monologues, dance-theatre, puppet shows, mime, in English and French, on the theme of anarchism or any subject pertaining to anarchism, i.e. against all forms of oppression including the State, capitalism, war, patriarchy, etc. We will also consider pieces exploring ecological, social and economic justice, racism, feminism, poverty, class and gender oppression from an anarchist perspective. We welcome work from anarchist and non-anarchist writers.
Application form & guidelines: www.anarchistetheatrefestival.com
Reading about Afghanistan and Iraq in the Fifth Estate, 2002
“Do the massive (and lucrative) US arms transfers to corrupt and repressive regimes in the Middle East…and the monstrous sanctions against the people of Iraq help in any way to explain why the bin Ladens of the world can recruit young men to kill themselves and others in a jihad? Is there no relationship between the profound injustices this empire has unleashed, or ignored, or to which it has actively contributed, and the nihilism of the enemies that such injustice spawns?” (“Catastrophe as a way of life: an anti-imperialism for the twenty-first century,”) Read more…
No money, no barter, no authoritarian control:
Read our 1968 interview with the Living Theatre in the Fifth Estate Archive.
The failed US war and resistance to it from an anarchist/anti-authoritarian perspective: it’s all here at the Fifth Estate’s Vietnam Resource Page.
SPANISH REVOLUTION OF 1936-1939
Learn more about it and the important role of the anarchists….
at Fifth Estate’s Spanish Revolution Resource Page.