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Liberation Podcast - Julian Langer

From Liberation Podcast

We have Julian Langer here today to speak on his new book, Feral Life: Meditations on Rewilding and Anarchy. Along with his book we also talk about the idea of anti-collectivism, his personal embodiment of feral living, and the paradox that is society and its allowance of authority over itself instead of finding where their individual power (freedom) comes from.

Cory Massimino - Libertarianism, Politicians, & Borders

From Non Serviam Media

Cory Massimino studies philosophy at the University of Central Florida. He is a Fellow at the Center for a Stateless Society. His research focuses on virtue ethics, market process economics, and anarchist political theory. His writings have appeared in outlets such as The Guardian, The Independent, and Playboy.

Solecast: Fire Ant on Anarchist Prisoner Solidarity & Homesteading

Solecast: Fire Ant on Anarchist Prisoner Solidarity & Homesteading

From The Solecast

In this episode of the Solecast I chat w Rob Cat of Fire Ant.  Fire Ant is a collaboration between anarchist prisoners and anarchists in so called Maine.  Fire Ant seeks to spread the words & work of anarchist prisoners, highlight their plights and help them get the material support they need.    Rob & Bria are also homesteaders and we talk about their experience of being self reliant with food production and working with mutual aid networks like the Victory Gardens Project https://www.freehermanbell.org/VictoryGardens.html to their ongoing efforts to provide free food to comrades, friends and neighbors.

William C. Anderson on Anarchism

from It's Going Down

“Expose the Contradiction”: William C Anderson on Anarchism, Mutual Aid, and What Comes Next

On this episode of the It’s Going Down podcast, we spoke with William C Anderson, who alongside Zoé Samudzi, is the co-author of As Black As Resistance, published by AK Press. We discuss the major themes of the book, its reception, and its growing impact in a post-rebellion world.

3 approaches to Kaczynski, on Immediatism podcast

These three essays offer three ways to approach the actions and writings of Ted Kaczynski. John Jacobi's "Ted Kaczynski and Why He Matters" offers a broad and intriguing overview, including the response to Kaczynski, an answer to the question Was he insane?, and a close look at his ideology and actions, including the deaths. Theresa Kintz's sympathetic "Interview with Ted Kaczynski" describes his life leading up to and during the Unabomber events, discussing his passion for wilderness living. Finally, John Moore's "Beyond the Fragments: A Response to Industrial Society and its Future" offers a critique of the manifesto, reacting directly to Kaczynski's EF persona during the Unabomber events. (The John Moore essay can be found in Anarchist Speculations, from LittleBlackCart.com, published by Ardent Press.). As a bonus, in the episode show notes at Immediatism.com, is a link to a(n unaffiliated) podcast which is readings of some of Kaczynski's lesser known writings.

Civil or Subversive, now on Immediatism Podcast

From Immediatism.com

To coincide with the London Anarchist Bookfair 2020, Immediatism podcast offers two selections from Civil or Subversive: a Dark Matter Collection, Individualist Writings from the UK. Originally published as Anarchism: Civil or Subversive, this book is available from Ardent Press and LittleBlackCart.com.

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