2×2 is a free monthly periodical that can be found at libraries and small businesses around the city. As bookstore perusers, coffeehouse sitters and reading attenders, we believe that education can thrive outside of self-contained institutions. What’s more, 2×2 loves all that is changeable and self-conscious, dialectic and discursive, confrontational and uncanonized. Contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Blog in Portuguese indexing news from the Agency for Anarchist News (A.N.A.) | Blog que reproduz as notícias da Agência de Notícias Anarquistas (A.N.A.)
AK Press is a worker-run collective that publishes and distributes radical books and other media to expand minds and change worlds. We’re anarchists, which is reflected both in the books we provide and in the way we organize our business. Decisions at AK Press are made democratically, from what we publish, to what we distribute and how we structure our labor. Our goal is supplying radical ideas to as many people as possible. The books and other media we distribute are mostly published by independent presses, not the corporate giants. We make them widely available to as tools for social movements struggling to build a new world.
AmazoniAlerta is an app designed for the people of the Amazon to share, securely, anonymously and in real time, critical information on attacks on them and the forest: land invasions; illegal mining, logging and deforestation; and assaults and killings.
An archive focusing on anarchism, anarchist texts, and texts of interest for anarchists. Within the scope of our use of the term “anarchism” we have been quite broad, but broad does not mean infinite, and basically shrinks down to a set of ideas against the State and the capital. This immediately rules out the so-called “anarcho-capitalism”, “anarcho-nationalism” and similar crap.
The Anarchy Group includes members with various interests active in and around South Korea. It meets regularly in Seoul as a space for members to share what they have been thinking about and doing. The group has done a number of projects together, starting from translating into Korean and distributing crimethinc’s To Change Everything (2015), organizing the “Anarchy Film Festival” (아나키 영화제) (Sunhwadong 2015, Takeout Drawing 2016), holding the “Little Black Books in My Bookshelf” (내 책장의 작고 검은 책) Anarchist Book Sharing at Kongyuji (2019), hosting the “Anarchy Summer” (아나키의 여름) talk events with contemporary anarchists Oksusu, Joyakgol, Takcheong Lane Collective, and Kim Miryeong at Redbooks bookstore (2019, 2020), and producing the Black Book Assembly Newsletter South Korea Edition: Little Black Book (2020).
Artist books printed at paper machine in New Orleans published by the non profit artist collective Antenna. Paper Machine is a 5000 sq ft printshop in the Lower 9th Ward housing a range of traditional and cutting edge print technologies, to enhance, amplify, and explore New Orleans’s rich printing heritage while providing significant opportunities for artists and residents of the Lower Ninth Ward and beyond.
As a project of Antenna, the space opened in 2017, housing the organization’s printing and publication efforts, studios for print based artists, a huge Rube-Goldberg-style sculptural print machine, and the Artist Book Collection. Paper Machine offers artist-driven exhibitions, programs, and classes exploring the boundaries of print technologies.
Anarchist video collective based in subtropical South America, in the lands of the Guarani and Kaingang peoples, occupied by the Brazilian State. Active since 2017.
Artificiality Distro is oriented towards producing & distributing zines, pamphlets, and other grassroots autonomous media that promote the anarchistic critique of state, capital, nationalism, organized religion, colonialism/imperialism, and any other forms of authoritarianism, including all social relationships based upon hierarchy. We promote marginalized perspectives and have a strong emphasis towards green/eco-anarchist viewpoints.
Autonomedia is an autonomous zone for arts radicals in both old and new media. We publish books on radical media, politics and the arts that seek to transcend party lines, bottom lines and straight lines. We also maintain the Interactivist Info Exchange, an online forum for discourse and debate on themes relevant to the books we publish.
The Black Book Assembly was a transnational gathering of activists, publishers, artists, and musicians that took place across various locations in Hong Kong in 2017 and 2019. Unable to organise renewed efforts since then, the question “Why black?” remained as a meta-inquiry to an as-of-yet-unknown life in common, beyond the bounds of race, class, nation state, gender and ability. Also see Hong Kong Solidarity Event Here.
Bound Together Bookstore is an anarchist volunteer collective-run bookstore featuring radical literature and events. We are located on unceded Ramaytush (Yelamu) Ohlone Land, in what is now known as San Francisco’s Haight Ashbury district. We’ve been in the Haight since 1976 and at our present location since May 1st, 1983. Bound Together Bookstore collective members started The Prisoners’ Literature Project more than 30 years ago, which helps provide incarcerated people with literature.You can also stop by Bound Together to purchase certain books where all revenue goes to PLP.
The Center for a Stateless Society (C4SS) is an anarchist think-tank and media center. Its mission is to explain and defend the idea of vibrant social cooperation without aggression, oppression, or centralized authority. In particular, it seeks to enlarge public understanding and transform public perceptions of anarchism, while reshaping academic and movement debate, through the production and distribution of market anarchist media content, both scholarly and popular, the organization of events, and the development of networks and communities, and to serve, along with the Alliance of the Libertarian Left and the Molinari Institute, as an institutional home for left market anarchists. For the Zine Library flipsnack.com/glitterbomb
Club A Kitchen is a mutual aid group based around the intersection of Myrtle & Broadway in Brooklyn, NY. Every Wednesday & Saturday we distribute prepared & non-perishable food, snacks, hygiene supplies, and occasionally harm reduction supplies, to anyone who needs it – all for free. During COVID-19, the maneuver has gone from serving around 60-100 people once a week, to serving over 600 people twice a week. We aim for Club A Kitchen to be a reliable and consistent facet & stream of resources for those who experience uncertainty and instability in their daily lives. We’ll sell raffle tickets for purchaser’s choice of 60 donated items or services, including bootleg t-shirts, a custom painting, a tooth gem, etc. Winners will be announced Sept. 28th.
Free people never die …
In loving memory of our friend, comrade, and mentor David Graeber. This page offers a selection of books and other media by David Graeber. David Rolfe Graeber (February 12, 1961 – September 2, 2020) was an American anthropologist, anarchist, activist, and author known for books such as Debt: The First 5000 Years (2011), The Utopia of Rules (2015) and Bullshit Jobs: A Theory (2018).
The Zapatista Coffee is harvested in an autonomous municipality in Chiapas by indigenous rebels. We deliver in Bronx, Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens and at the ferry station in Staten Island!
Dog Section Press is a not-for-profit publisher and distributor of seditious literature and a registered workers’ cooperative. We aim to keep our own publications affordable, and we distribute books and pamphlets that are inexpensive. We also produce DOPE Magazine. Our books and pamphlets are printed with Calverts, a worker-owned co-operative based in east London, and Active Distribution, an anarchist publisher and distro collective based in Bristol.
The Enemy of the Queen magazine is an Intersectional anarcha-feminist publication created in 2017 by anarchist militants. Our purpose is to build a space where people who suffer from the oppression of the system — patriarchal, white, of the state and capitalism — can express themselves freely and maintain a support network against violence and subjection. Based in Salvador, Bahia, Brazil.
The Evergreen Review began by publishing works by iconic writers such as Samuel Beckett, Susan Sontag, LeRoi Jones, Kenzaburō Ōe, William Burroughs, Allen Ginsberg, and others. In the 21st century, Evergreen continues its legacy online, publishing daring work that interrogates identity through a variety of literary forms: narratives that represent underrepresented people, identities, and ideas alongside better-known names. The Evergreen Review is committed to blurring our individual sense of space and community, to stretching the boundaries of how we engage in conversation.
Anti-capitalist, anti-state anarchist magazine in its 55th year of publication. We print articles of theory and practice about rebellion, resistance, and revolution. We stand in the stream of historic anarchism, but also look for new and innovative idea for strategies, tactics, and goals.
We publish articles, books and other merch on the intersection between anarchism and spitiruality.
Holding in our hands the threads of anarchist, Marxist, anti-colonialist, druidic, feminist, occult, environmentalist, and esoteric thought, we began a dance around a center constantly plaiting, constantly weaving a fierce celebration of all that makes the world beautiful, all that we refuse to let be taken from us.
Begun in 2008, GFP first published Traces of Sepharad (Huellas de Sefarad) Etchings of Judeo-Spanish Proverbs. Since then, GFP has compiled a list of publications, including: Artist Books, Broadsides, Postcards, and Posters. The press’ purpose is to encourage collaborative projects involving poetry and visual arts. GFP also publishes materials reflective of current social and political problems.
In 2019 the Federation of anarchists in Bulgaria marked it’s centiversary. Our Initiative is a gathering of different anarchists groups in Bulgaria to organize different events, screenings, book publishings etc. In 2019 the Balkan anarchist bookfair was held in Sofia as a part of our centiversary.
It’s Going Down is a digital community center for anarchist, anti-fascist, autonomous anti-capitalist and anti-colonial movements across so-called North America. Our mission is to provide a resilient platform to publicize and promote revolutionary theory and action.
Since 1998 Kersplebedeb has been an important source of radical literature and agit prop materials. The project has a non-exclusive focus on anti-patriarchal and anti-imperialist politics, framed within an anticapitalist perspective. A special priority is given to writings regarding national liberation, anticolonialism, and armed struggle in the metropole; the continuing struggles of political prisoners and prisoners of war; and global political economy and crisis.
We create contexts that encourage critical, imaginative, creative thinking and acting about the problems that face us. We help create these contexts by supplying building blocks in the form (usually) of books and pamphlets, texts to inspire disagreement and passion, ideas for people to argue, collaborate, and conspire with, environments (events and spaces) to do it in.
Founded in 1996, Portland, Oregon-based, independent Microcosm Publishing & Distribution equips readers to make positive changes in their lives and in the world around them. Microcosm emphasizes skill-building, showing hidden histories, and fostering creativity through challenging conventional publishing wisdom with books and zines about DIY skills, food, bicycling, gender, self-care, and social justice.
NYC Anarchist Black Cross is a collective focused on supporting US-held political prisoners and prisoners of war and opposing state repression against revolutionary social justice movements. We are a Support Group of the Anarchist Black Cross Federation. Free literature in support of political prisoners and prisoners of war. We sell enamel pins and t-shirts.
This year NYC Anarchist Bookfair 2020 goes virtual / guided by the idea of inventing Parallel World: Creating Autonomous Communities, and organized by us, a collective of Anarchx-feminist/queer artists, the 2020 NYC Anarchist Bookfair invites you to articulate practices across borders and build together the bases for viable self- governing alternative systems – necessary for a non- capitalist existence.
The Metropolitan Anarchist Coordinating Council (MACC) is an organization based on the guiding principles of horizontalism, anti-oppression, mutual aid, direct democracy, and direct action. We seek to strengthen and support New York City’s anarchist movement through coordination of existing and emerging projects. With the present atmosphere of hatred, bigotry and greed, we create an alternative, radical form of participatory politics. Open to all anarchists.
Occupation Culture is based on five years of travel and engaged research. It explicates the aims, ideals and gritty realities of squatting. Despite its stature as a leading social movement of the late twentieth century, squatting has only recently received scholarly attention. The rich histories of creative work that this movement enabled are almost entirely unknown.
OR Books is a new type of publishing company. It embraces progressive change in politics, culture and the way we do business. Our list is highly selective: we publish just one or two books a month, combining established authors with new discoveries. Our editorial standards are fastidious; our design clear and elegant. We employ exciting promotion with highly creative use of video and the Internet. To avoid the waste of unsold stock and returns, we produce our books only when they are wanted, as print-on-demand and as platform-agnostic e-books.
Pelenakeke (Keke) Brown is a Samoan, afakasi, disabled, queer artist. Her work is rooted within the Samoan concept of the ‘va’ or ‘in-between space’ and she is always interrogating the relationships amongst the in-between spaces that we each inhabit. Yo-Yo Lin is a Taiwanese-American, chronically ill media artist who explores the possibilities of human connection in the context of emerging technologies.
PM Press is an independent, radical publisher of books and media to educate, entertain, and inspire. Founded in 2007 by a small group of people with decades of publishing, media, and organizing experience, PM Press amplifies the voices of radical authors, artists, and activists. Our aim is to deliver bold political ideas and vital stories to all walks of life and arm the dreamers to demand the impossible. We have sold millions of copies of our books, most often one at a time, face to face. We’re old enough to know what we’re doing and young enough to know what’s at stake. Join us to create a better world.
I create zines about mental health, nonmonogamy, and queer love. Many folx don’t have access to mental health resources, and there is not a lot of mainstream narrative about firsthand experiences with mental illness. My zines are meant to provide resources for folx who want to improve their mental health and create primary sources from my experiences and the experiences of other mentally ill folx. Free shipping worldwide.
Author of “Suosso’s Lane,” a novel based on the Sacco-Vanzetti case. The novel deals primarily with the life of Bartolomeo Vanzetti, who lived in Plymouth MA at the time of his arrest, and with subsequent developments in the case up to the executions on Aug. 23, 1927. The novel is 570 pages. Its treatment of the case is factual, but its portrayal of Vanzetti’s life is novelistic. I’ve invented a woman friend and lover for Vanzetti, a suffragist living in Plymouth.
Seven Stories Press is an independent American publishing company. Based in New York City, the company was founded by Dan Simon in 1995, after establishing Four Walls Eight Windows in 1984 as an imprint at Writers and Readers, and then incorporating it as an independent company in 1986 together with then-partner John Oakes. Seven Stories was named for its seven founding authors: Annie Ernaux, Gary Null, the estate of Nelson Algren, Project Censored, Octavia E. Butler, Charley Rosen, and Vassilis Vassilikos.
In conjunction with Portland, Oregon’s PopMob, the new edition of 40 Ways to Fight Fascists: Street-Legal Tactics for Community Activists is now out! It is a completely revised and redesigned version of my 2018 guide 40 Ways to Fight Nazis.
The New Press is a non-profit, public interest publisher, dedicated to publishing books that change the national conversation since 1992.
The Operating System is a radical, open source, queer/TGNC run arts organization with an archive-and-access-facing publication program dedicating to amplifying and exhuming innovative creative and critical projects. Our projects focus on underrepresented voices, mixed-genre, avant-garde, and politically critical work, as well as on infrastructure building, open source resource development and dissemination, and archival documentation across creative disciplines. For the Zine Library http://flipsnack.com/glitterbomb
World War 3 Illustrated is an annual anthology of political comics and a political arts collective with a 40 year history. We started in 1979 as a response to the rise of Ronald Reagan, and have continued as an all volunteer, democratically managed magazine ever since. In the 1980s and 90s we were one of the first publications to take up the cause of the Lower East Side Squatters Movement, Move and Mumia Abu Jamal. We started to address issues of police brutality and gentrification in 1983 and have continued to this day. Our current issue comes out in the middle of the world wide pandemic.