The Oystercatcher #18, on Immediatism podcast

The Oystercatcher #18, on Immediatism podcast

Enjoy these four recordings of pieces from the latest issue of The Oystercatcher journal, which is full of gorgeous surrealist art not able to be represented through the podcast medium. charred discusses the condition and situation of being a settler in Beyond the Ecology of Presence: Being Anarchists on Indigenous Lands. Steven Cline celebrates chaos and challenges language in the surprising piece, Amok. Guy Girard describes the state of policing in Paris in Everybody Hates the Police! Penelope Rosemont, friend of Diane Di Prima, shares her recollections and also celebrates the achievements of the woman Peter Lamborn Wilson once called "America's (and probably the world's) leading anarcho-Hermetic poet."

Beyond the Ecology of Presence: Being Anarchists on Indigenous Lands by charred
https://immediatism.com/archives/podcast/518-beyond-the-ecology-of-prese...
Amok
https://immediatism.com/archives/podcast/519-amok-by-steven-cline
Everybody Hates the Police!
https://immediatism.com/archives/podcast/520-everybody-hates-the-police-...
Diane Di Prima: The She Wolf as Anarchist Poet / Surrealist Provocateur
https://immediatism.com/archives/podcast/521-diane-di-prima-the-she-wolf...

For more articles in The Oystercatcher, and to enjoy the artwork, you can find copies at LittleBlackCart.com
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