Twice a year we produce Organise! magazine. It’s focus is on developing anarchist communist theory, practice, and analysis of the world at large. It also contains reviews of new books from anarchist writers and has a regular arts segment. If you are interested in either buying individual copies or taking out a subscription then you can do so directly here as well as through Active Distribution & AK Press. Visit our dedicated Organise Magazine website to read articles online and find links to other interesting reading matter.
TIME FOR A CHARM OFFENSIVE? Articles include: Policing after the G20 protests, G20 & the New Capitalism, Occupations – a brief history, Anarchist Movement Conference report, China ‘the Harmonious Society’, Surrealism today, Book reviews: Mutual Aid; Anarchism & Homosexuality in the US; Anarchist seeds beneath the Snow. Film review: Fish Tank.
SEXUALITY AND GENDER SPECIAL. Articles include: Sex trade/work, ‘Gay rights’ business, Neuromyths & neurosexism, Language of Ursula Le Guin novels, Second Life & gender, Anarchism & Art, The Left’s authoritarian messiahs, Harold Thompson obituary & 4 book reviews.
NO GODS, NO MASTERS – RELIGION SPECIAL ISSUE. Articles include: Is there anybody out there?, Mega-churches, Taliban & Falangists, Fan controlled football clubs, Credit crunch, Oaxaca struggle, The Schlurfs, IAF-IFA congress, John Dos Passos, 3 book reviews.
Issue 70, Summer 2008, PDF format. DON’T SWALLOW THE POISON! AN ANTI-FASCIST SPECIAL. Articles include: Bash the Fash, Fascism & Democracy, Brainwashing, Social Centre history,…
To celebrate the 20th Anniversary of non-payment of the Poll Tax in England & Wales (following non-registration in 1989 and solid mass non-payment in Scotland), to remember the commitment of community campaigns which helped us support each other in non-payment, and to take inspiration from the great Poll Tax Riot in London on 31th March 1990 and smaller uprisings in many local areas, we present all of the scanned in articles published in Organise! magazine over the period 1988-1992 spanning fourteen issues, Read more for individual links to each article.