Book Review: The Anarchist Roots of Geography

February 16th: Anyone who wants evidence that anarchist geography is alive and well today need only read this book.

Book Review: Tramp Printers – Forgotten Trails of the Travelling Typographers

February 9th: This handsomely and mostly hand-produced book is a tribute to the craft of printing and of historical insight, both of which verge on extinction in the modern world.

Film Review: Detroit

January 26th: The misnamed film “Detroit” is more about a triple slaying by police than the city’s 1967 Rebellion.

Book Review: Breaking the Spell – A History of Anarchist Filmmakers

January 19th: When I decided to destroy any chances at a film-making career, and to instead dedicate my life to producing videos that would hopefully propel people to destroy capitalism, well, there was no road map.

Book Review: Ethics, Politics, and Anarcho Punk Identifications

January 11th: Like many anarchists who came of age in the 1990s, my first exposure to anarchism came through the punk scene.

Review: Syria’s Disappeared by Sara Afshar

January 4th: The Syrian government led by president Bashar al-Assad is responsible for systematic and widespread torture targeting its opponents, activists and civilians.

Film Review: New Town Utopia

November 23rd: Directed by Christopher Ian Smith Release date: 2018 Running time: 80 minutes ‘New Town Utopia is a feature documentary film about utopian dreams and concrete realities…

Book Review: Divide and Conquer or Divide and Subdivide?

October 30th: by Mark Leier ISBN: 978-1-62963-383-1 PP: 32 Publisher: PM Press 2017 £4.50 ($5.95) This pamphlet is by the author of the best biography of Bakunin, Bakunin: The Creative Passion, Mark Leier and covers the Marx-Bakunin conflict in the First International.

Book Review: +KAOS Ten years of Hacking and Media Activism

October 26th: Autistici/Inventati 139pp Link to book.

Book Review: Squatting in Britain 1945-1955

August 25th: by Norman Spinrad ISBN: 978-1-60486-810-4 PP: 264 Publisher: The Merlin Press £16.99 After World War II, many people squatted empty properties, often government-owned ex-Army camps, since a housing crisis had been created as a result of the hugely damaged housing stock, slow state action to build new homes and a huge influx of returning servicemen as well