This is our links page to all the other active hubs of anarchist (and other comrades) activity online (and hopefully not online) that we are aware of. We will prioritize those groups that are positioned in our Galaxy but would eventually like this list to be authoritative of the entire universe of active practitioners of anarchist ideas. Please email us any links that should be added and we will take a look.
The Anvil is a review site for writings by anarchists (explicit and implicit). We critically review content spread across popular culture, literature, anarchist publishing, and everywhere our reviewers desire. We will be decanting a print version of the best of the site every few months.
Anarchist news provides a non-sectarian source for news about and of concern to anarchists. It also provides a location for discussion about such news.
LBC offers a selection of things, meaningless on their own, but in a context (social, historical, genealogical) that have been meaningful for each of us. Even though we are fully aware of contradiction of our participation in commodity culture, the spectacle, and even plain old petit-bourgeoisie capitalism, we maintain a resolve that this is worth doing.
The Anarchist Library is an archive of all anarchist texts. Our collection will consist of every digitally-available anarchist book, essay, story and article. We will be using only Free Software and Open Formats to produce typographically accurate, easy to parse, clean textual treatments of these texts.
Anarchy101 is a Question & Answer site, where you can ask questions and receive answers about anarchism from other members of the anarchist community. It in inteded for non-anarchists and anarchists alike but the slant is definitely geared towards modern anarchist thought
This is a forum intended to bring discussions from all over the Planet together. In addition of meta-Anarchy Planet topics the goal is to have conversations about anarchist practice, formal debates between positions, and non-English discussions.
This is a clearing house of projects that are, on some level, inspired by Killing King Abacus. It includes Quiver distribution, Incendio magazine, a Blackbird Raum page, and the eternal anti-politics message board.
A website about Nihilist Anarchy
Long running North American magazine based in Berkeley CA
ASR is a forum for non-sectarian, critical, informed and constructive discussion of anarcho-syndicalist theory and practice. We are not affiliated with, sponsored by, or the mouth-piece of any organization. Our outlook is internationalist. We stand in solidarity with working people everywhere, and in particular with those who, rejecting both state capitalism and state socialism as proven threats to the health of people and planet alike, seek peace and justice for themselves and their fellow workers through international labor solidarity.
There is an enduring need to instantly abolish all states, governments and authoritarian institutions so that communities based on common values such as freedom, respect, collaboration and solidarity can be formed. These communities in turn can lead to the transformation of the world order into one based on the above mentioned values. In an attempt to push forward both of these goals with support for developement from the anarchist movement above the borders we have created …
Begun in 1965 as one of the first of the 500 so-called underground newspapers and published continually in Detroit, and jointly in, New York, Wisconsin, and Tennessee, for readers across the world, the Fifth Estate is the longest publishing, English language, anti-authoritarian newspapers in American history.
Fire to the Prisons is for informational and educational purposes only. This magazine in no way encourages or supports any illegal behavior in any way. This magazine looks only to provide a printed forum for conversation and news. We are reporting not inciting. The entirety of the content in this magazine was found as public information, and later compiled or re-organized for this magazine. Nothing here is the original content of those responsible for this magazine. Any attempt by anyone to connect this publication to any illegal behavior is a complete fabrication by forces looking to impede the spreading of information such as this. The topics brought up in this magazine in no way reflect the perspective of any specific person allegedly involved with this publication. They also do not reflect the perspectives or outlooks of any individual or group mentioned in or receiving this publication.
With this journal we wish to better understand and analyze capitalism and its critics through the distorting lens of a rigorous anti-political experimentation and soul searching. We are not the expression of a political party or organization and seeks no adherents or official line, though we are open to offers of financial patronage. We are not afraid of paradox. Our aim is to bring maximum disorder to habitual perspectives.
Modesto Anarcho Crew produces a quarterly journal, and is based out of the Central Valley town of Modesto, California. MAC is a street-based organization that exists to create revolutionary literature from a combative workng class perspective. As a crew, we engage and participate in struggles in our area. Modesto Anarcho is free to all and can be picked up around the Modesto area for free.
The system has made us broke; it’s up to us to break it.
The Northeastern Anarchist is the English-language magazine of the Northeastern Federation of Anarchist-Communists (NEFAC), covering news of revolutionary resistance that is of interest to the anarchist movement, and publishing class struggle anarchist theory, history and analysis in an effort to further develop anarchist communist ideas and practice.
THE INSTITUTE CARES ABOUT YOU
THE INSTITUTE FOR EXPERIMENTAL FREEDOM
the IEF is a small publishing, distribution and culture production project of a few friends and their closest cohorts. We believe in pretty, the constitution of an autonomous social force and the utopian urge of in/human creativity. We produce and distribute literature that focuses on: lesser-known radical history, insurrectional anarchist and communist theory, literature that critiques industrial civilization and literature that affirms of revolt the exploited. Holla if you need it like we do.
Rolling Thunder is a biannual journal covering passionate living and creative resistance in all the forms they take: from consensus process to streetfighting, from workplace struggles to graffiti art, from gender mutiny to subversive humor. Each issue runs the gamut from on-the-spot reporting, strategic analysis, and instructional guides to poetry, comics, and games.
Rolling Thunder provides the substance and depth the internet cannot. Each issue is finely-printed on 100% post-consumer recycled paper with soy-based ink, runs over one hundred pages, is free of advertisements and features clean and elegant design showcasing high-quality original artwork and photographs.