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#Scotland #Dundee Anarchist Bookfair is happening on the 14th of March!

Dundee. Scotland. UK. Just to remind everyone about the Dundee Anarchist Bookfair 2020.

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Renzo Novatore: Toward the Creative Nothing

It is difficult to find anarchist works in English that are at the same time “individualist” and explicitly revolutionary, that emphasize the centrality of the aim of individual self-determination to a revolution that will “communalize material wealth” as it will “individualize spiritual wealth”. Written in 1924, Renzo Novatore’s “Toward the creating nothing”, is still an important read today.

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Cindy Milstein’s “Paths toward #Utopia”

The author believes we are at a crossroads between fascism and/or extinction, and a path of communal care. An interview.

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Review: Don’t Throw Lucy Parsons’ #Anarchism Under the Liberal Bus

Lucy Parsons remains an under recognized yet powerful figure of American radicalism. New scholarship into her life and background is welcome but as this review suggests the recently published Goddess of Anarchy by Jacqueline Jones has a number of critical flaws.

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Book Review: #Anarchism in #Korea (South & North)

Korea (South and North). Independence, transnationalism, and the question of national development 1919–1984. A book review: Dongyoun Hwang (Albany, NY: SUNY Press, 2016).

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#TX: Annoucing the #Austin Anarchist #Bookfair 2020

Texas. The Austin Anarchist bookfair 2020 is a regional event bringing together anarchists and like minded folx from across the city, region, and the so-called nation. We look forward to fostering connections between anarchists, left libertarians, and anti authoritarians. Also, we hope to celebrate the communities we have growing here and across the globe.

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Aotearoa / New Zealand: Fundraiser for the 2020 Tāmaki Anarchist Bookfair

A little bit of context
Tāmaki Makaurau Anarchists are excited to be hosting the first ever (as far as we know!) Anarchist Bookfair in Tāmaki Makaurau on the 27th and 28th of March at the Mount Albert War Memorial Hall! We will have nearly 20 workshops and talks, stalls, childcare, food and of course books. Possible topics will range from anarchist parenting to new forms of unionism to alternative media to playback theatre and mau rakau!

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#Anarchism, #Marxism and the lessons of the Commune

There are a few sure things about reading history books. Firstly, and most obviously, you generally know how it ends (badly, in the case of the Paris Commune).

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