The second issue of LeftLiberty, “The Gift Economy of Property,” is now available. It’s 100 pages of mutualism, new and old, fiction and non-fiction. It feels to me like a considerable step forward from the […]
…but some critical details are lacking. The Canadian Magazine, in 1902, included a short item on the origins of anarchism, which included these details: “The professional anarchist is a loafer and an idler, a gambler […]
Guinea-Pig Fleet: Hiroshima Tattoo Originally posted Sunday, January 07, 2007.
Just a heads-up for those waiting for LeftLiberty 2. With the launch of Corvus, some unexpected breakthroughs in the “new approximation” writing, and the little shifts in my emphases and affiliations, the issue started to […]
I spent the last three days, reunited with my friends at Laughing Horse Books, tabling the Western States Center’s “Community Strategic Training Initiative” conference, an event that brings together broadly “progressive” community organizers from all […]