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A Kick in the Belly: a letter from the Editor

“From this meticulously researched and beautifully written book emerges not only an account of the experiences of enslaved women, but of their stubborn insubordination, their tireless resistance and the crucial role they played in rebellions, small and large.”

Rosie Warren, Verso editor, on the publication of A Kick in the Belly.
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Book Review: Unflattering Photos of Fascists-Authoritarianism in Trump’s America

2020 is more than half over and maybe the United States is too. Trump seems to be working on a smooth transition of power from himself to himself regardless of any upcoming election results. A book review.

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My Pestiferous Life – Claudio Lavazza

Claudio Lavazza, rebel, anarchist, bank robber and gentleman. During the 70s in Italy he participated in the struggle against State and Capital, arms in hand. Contrary to the grave-diggers of subversion, after this experience, he never traded his desire to overthrow the existent for a political career. He never resigned, nor sought refuge in any State, which could have granted him a controlled freedom. He kept fighting, against winds and tides.

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14th #NYC Virtual Anarchist Book Fair – September 25-26-27, 2020 – 10am to 10 pm

David Graeber left this time, another anarchist star lit in the skies of the Uprising !!

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As free as blackness will make them – An interview with Frank B. Wilderson III

The following interview was conducted August 20, 2020 by Gerardo Munoz and Ángel Octavio Álvarez Solis on Radio Ibero in Mexico City. Transcribed by Ill Will Editions, with light edits for readability. 

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Czech Republic: Disobedient #Brno – bookfair of radical imagination

Czech Republic. Brno. Let us invite you to the first year of the festival of independent and radical literature called Neposlušné Brno (“Disobedient Brno”). We are to continue the long tradition of Prague Anarchist Book Festival – furthermore, we would like to create a space also in Brno for small publishers and DIY groups dedicated to anarchist literature. At the same time, it will be a great opportunity for mutual meetings, debates and education.

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Book Review: ‘Deciding For Ourselves’ by Cindy Milstein

There are two basic ways of approaching anarchism. Either as the conscious organising of those who are well versed in an explicit and thoroughly demarcated theoretical tradition.

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Words from an anarchist bookstore in so-called #Chile

On when solidarity turns us into accomplices and we smile happy to be there. Fight against repentance!

Brief words answering the call for international solidarity with the anarchist prisoners of the world. An instance of anti-prison reflection.

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14th Virtual #NYC Anarchist Bookfair 2020

September 25, 26, 27, 2020

New York City. The NYC Anarchist Book Fair will be held virtually this year, with a few limited outdoor events. Our website will host presses, live digital conversations and workshops, prerecorded talks and roundtables, a film festival, and archival materials from previous events.

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