January 26th: Author: Sophie Scott-BrownColin Ward and the Art of Everyday AnarchyRoutledgeISBN: 9780367569303 In Sophie Scott-Brown’s excellent, well-researched and insightful biography of Colin Ward, one of Britain’s most interesting alternative thinkers of the twentieth century, the reader can find an in-depth analysis of the various stages and evolution of my dad’s work and life.
January 7th: Freedom re-publishes a special report from in Are You Syrious?
December 19th: Author: David LesterUnder the Banner of King DeathBeacon PressISBN: 978-080702398-3 The graphic novel is an art form which has long provided accessible introductions to complex ideas.
November 17th: Author: Scott BransonPractical Anarchism: A Guide for Everyday LifePluto PressISBN: 9780745344928 OMG it’s an anarchist self-help book!
June 9th: M Morrison takes a lengthy look at the autobiography of Vassilis Palaiokostas, better known as the Greek Robin Hood.
May 31st: George F presents a selection of essential queer anarchist creators from Youtube.
May 29th: “Black Cat Press have (again) added to what we know about the Makhnovist movement,” the Kate Sharpley Library says in its latest Bulletin.
May 19th: Persons Unknown Festival returned after a 3-year break to the same venue it used for it's inauguration back in 2019.
May 10th: In this lengthy essay, based in a review of Sasha and Emma, Raymond Solomon looks at the politics, and personal histories of two iconic anarchist figures — and the context in which they led their lives.