Submitted by worker on Thu, 04/30/2015 - 00:33
From Anarcho-Geek Review - by MARGARET KILLJOY
Only two hours left before the purge. We’d better get inside. At the cafe, ominous music was playing, and as twilight set in outside, the crowd diminished and a nervous energy grew in those of us left. Or maybe that was just me.
Submitted by Rocinante on Sun, 04/19/2015 - 12:26
From Taste of Cinema by Brian Bergen-Aurand
There are hundreds, if not thousands, of films that address the themes of anarchism—some favorably (like most the films listed here) and some unfavorably. There are, as well, dozens of respected lists of “anarchist films.”
Submitted by worker on Wed, 03/25/2015 - 15:51
Submitted by Anonymous on Mon, 01/19/2015 - 10:53
From Anarchist Writers - by anarcho
Individualist anarchism has always been very much a minority within the anarchist movement and given some of its advocates, you can understand why. However, it is always good to see material from the past made available to modern day radicals simply in order to allow people to judge for themselves.
Submitted by worker on Sat, 01/17/2015 - 00:55
From Counterpunch - by Mark Hand
Why Cindy Milstein Believes Anarchism is More Relevant Than Ever
Submitted by Rocinante on Sun, 11/30/2014 - 07:33
From Anarkismo by Wayne Price
Kevin Carson is attempting to resurrect anarchist economic theory. This is interesting because most current anarchist political economy is speculation about a post-capitalist, post-revolutionary, economy—what it would look like and how it might work. There is little or nothing of an analysis of how present-day capitalism functions. For that, most anarchists either rely on some variety of conventional (pro-capitalist) economics or they look to aspects of Marxism. The latter is the strategy I used in my book (Price 2013)—with the subtitle, “an anarchist introduction to Marx’s critique of political economy.” There have been anarchists using Karl Marx’s economic views—while rejecting his statist politics—beginning with Michael Bakunin. (And there has always been a minority of Marxists who look toward the more libertarian and humanistic side of Marx’s work, whose politics are close to anarchism.)
Submitted by worker on Wed, 11/12/2014 - 21:23
I study anarchist fiction. I read fiction that anarchists write and I read what other people write about what anarchists do. And in all that time, I can’t say I’ve read anarchist fiction that’s more deeply engaged and poetic than Liminal, a novella published by Black and Green Press.