Ursula K. Le Guin

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Fifth Estate # 400, Spring, 2018

Reprinted from Fifth Estate #382, Spring, 2010. Issues are available as single copies & in bulk. Related, in this issue: “Le Guin’s Anarchism & Mine” by Andrew William Smith In a writing career spanning nearly six decades, Ursula K. Le …

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Anarchist Conference in Connecticut Draws 300 from Around the Country

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Fifth Estate # 382, Spring, 2010

Anarchist activists and academics from around the country gathered at Charter Oak Cultural Center in Hartford, CT November 21st and 22nd for the inaugural conference of the North American Anarchist Studies Network. // Share this on…

Verbal Dance: An Interview with Ursula K. Le Guin

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Fifth Estate # 382, Spring, 2010

In this interview conducted with Fifth Estate via email, Le Guin discusses influences on her life and work, some of the ideas behind her famous novel The Dispossessed, what needs to be done to cause a shift in the perception …

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Ursula K. Le Guin: A Brief Biographical Sketch

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Fifth Estate # 382, Spring, 2010

In a writing career spanning nearly five decades, Ursula K. Le Guin has pushed the boundaries of fiction, transcending genre and style conventions to create a unique and distinctive literary voice. Her groundbreaking novels and stories have questioned gender constructions, …

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New Releases from the DIY Bandits Collective

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Fifth Estate # 386, Spring, 2012

The DIY Bandits collective are many things: a record label, a distro, a booking agency, and a bunch of cool people from many walks of life who are tired of the status quo. // Share this on…

Redrawing The Line

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Fifth Estate # 386, Spring, 2012

a review of Drawing The Line Once Again: Paul Goodman’s Anarchist Writings, PM Press, 2010, 122 pages, trade paperback, $14.95 // Share this on…

Everything you thought you knew about human history is wrong, and here’s why

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Fifth Estate # 387, Summer, 2012

A review of Debt: The First 5,000 Years by David Graeber. Melville House Publishing, 534 pages, hardcover, $32.00 // Share this on…

Johnny Spanish “Dissent”

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Fifth Estate # 387, Summer, 2012

The past few years have seen an explosion in politically conscious hip-hop, with many artists like Rebel Diaz and Final Outlaw gaining widespread recognition for their affiliation with Occupy Wall Street and other social justice causes. // Share this on…

Paul Goodman’s Last Testament

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Fifth Estate # 387, Summer, 2012

A review of New Reformation: Notes of a Neolithic Conservative by Paul Goodman, PM Press, 194 pages, trade paperback, $20.00 // Share this on…

William Gibson: unintended prophet of our digital future

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Fifth Estate # 388, Winter, 2013

a review of Distrust That Particular Flavor by William Gibson. G.P. Putnam’s Sons, New York. Hardcover, 259 Pages, $26.95 // Share this on…

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