June 29th: Connor Owens writes on anarchism and a form of sci-fi that emphasises the possibilities of eco-utopias.
October 29th: For all that “nerd culture” has become hegemonic on our screens, role play games (RPGs) have remained on the fringes of that success with Dungeons and Dragons being the only truly famous example, known for its geekiness.
June 18th: In this special feature written for the Organise Issue 88, a member of the Anarchist Federation looks into the historic consequences of State intervention in beer, from frothing masses to watered-down ideas. Throughout history the ruling class have placed restrictions, controls and taxes on alcoholic beverages and their consumption.
March 2nd: Gabriel Kuhn has been writing political books from the late ’90s on topics ranging from women pirates to football and the State.
February 2nd: Derry’s first ever Radical Bookfair was held in over the Bloody Sunday week of events on Saturday 28th January 2017 in Pilots Row Community Centre.
January 27th: An annotated edition of Prison Memoirs of an Anarchist has just been published by AK Press.
January 9th: Every year the anarchist movement has its biggest get-together at the London Anarchist Bookfair at the end of October.
January 6th: A few weeks ago a friend of mine posted ‘Predators’ by North East punk band In Evil Hour; an intelligent, ferocious critique of Drone warfare which reminds me a little of Rise Against.
July 27th: I’m sure you have noticed that in late capitalism much of mainstream culture, including music, is the tarted up results of market forces and the commodification of all things, it cannot help but be bereft of meaning and over arching purpose, it has nothing much to say and no idea where it is going; it