Monthly Archives: October 2009


Towards a Gay Communism – LBC Finally we’re getting some of the titles that we picked up in Seattle onto the site. Particularly noteworthy to me is the pamphlet “Towards a Gay Communism,” partly because the title is so evocative (so many ideologies need to be shaken up and mixed with fruit!), and partly because […]

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Halloween party news

an enemy spy and a victim of capitalism

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I am not sure how else to put this but that I am falling apart. The center is no longer holding. My will just isn’t enough to prevent simple decay from eating away at me. I guess I am going to have to make choices. Cuts in exactly how much I am trying to do […]

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far too much information

work for politicians, more sex without criminal justice students and exciting web publishing

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Viva la anarquí@!

Welcome to my first ever blog post on Anarchy Planet, this is going to be pretty sweet. The plan  is for this to be a dreamy cornucopia of sorts,  including  – but not limited to critiques and reviews of anarchist journals, zines, art, music, and books. Occasionally, there will also be some homemade writing from […]

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Hello world!

Welcome to Anarchy planet. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start blogging!

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Modesto Anarcho #12 the valley’s insurrectionary journal of class struggle

Author: MAC Modesto Anarcho – LBC The latest edition of this local-oriented journal has a color cover, correspondence from prisoners; a report on the Firehouse 51 (billed as “Modesto’s newest proletarian hangout”); a piece reporting on police brutality and surveillance, a report by the Central Valley Immigrant Rights Network, info about the Bad Date Sheet […]

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Under the Starling Host (Blackbird Raum)

Author: Blackbird Raum BBR: Under the Starling Host – LBC Anarchist folk punk band Blackbird Raum’s spanking new cd, with the songs turning away, catherine’s wheel, lucasville, all turning backs in the meadow and wait while bones are thrown, to the barricades!, william, the helm of ned kelly, crumbs, snare, old one eye, conquest of […]

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A short trip to Seattle

I’ll try not to bore you with the retail realities of my recent trip up to the Seattle bookfair. Maybe I will dedicate a post later in the month on the oh-so-exciting topic of what ppl are interested in, commodity wise, but I will tell you that I just returned from the first annual Seattle […]

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Communicating Vessels #21

Author: Communicating Vessels CV #21 – LBC This surrealist-inspired anti-state communist journal gets better and better, as the producer gains skill and confidence in his press technique. Someone once described him as an old man, and while chronologically that is not correct, it does accurately describe the appeal to old fashioned values that he describes, […]

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Politics is not a Banana #2

Author: PINAB Politics Is Not a Banana – LBC Politics is Not a Banana:What are You Doing After… the Orgy or Insurrection or Whatever? Author: Various The Journal of Vulgar Discourse Here is the latest from the high design, fuck-friendly insurrectionaries at the Institute for Experimental Freedom. This issue is more like a small book […]

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Ever far from letting themselves come to their full development and consequence, men have hitherto not been able to found their societies on themselves; or rather, they have been able only to found “societies” and to live in societies. The societies were always persons, powerful persons, so-called “moral persons,” i.e. ghosts, before which the […]

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After Makhno: Hidden histories of Anarchism in the Ukraine

Author: Anatoly Dubovnik & D.I. Rublyov LBC Link The newest offering from the estimable Kate Sharpley Library, this is a 2007 article by Anatoly Dubovik, “The Anarchist Underground in the Ukraine in the 1920s and 1930s: outlines of history”; and “The Story of a Leaflet and the Fate of Anarchist Varshavkiy (from the History of […]

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Saint Schmidt 2009-10-06 17:51:58

I, the egoist, have not at heart the welfare of this “human society,” I sacrifice nothing to it, I only utilize it; but to be able to utilize it completely I transform it rather into my property and my creature; i. e., I annihilate it, and form in its place the Union of […]

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Friendly Fire

“You are waiting for the revolution? Let it be! My own began a long time ago! When you are ready (god, what an endless wait!) I won’t mind going with you for a while. But when you stop, I shall continue on my way toward the great and sublime conquest of the nothing!
Any society […]

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Slingshot Organizer, pocket 2010

Author: Slingshot LBC Link Your favorite pocket-sized calendar is here to ease your way into the new year. With lots of interesting and possibly useful information, including tips on dealing with the police… in case you have friends who might need it. Loads of fun colors (pictured is “beet it”, commemorating the passing of a […]

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