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.
The Winter 2016 issue of Organise! magazine is out at the London Anarchist bookfair this month. See the full contents list and read the editorial online.
A VICTORY FOR THE COMMONS Contents. Editorial: A Victory for the Commons, The City is Ours! Fight for the City – Part 3, A Radical Alternative to Airport Expansion, They Walk By Night – 13th Century Nightwalker Statutes, Psychogeography and Public Space, Taking Up Space – Social Centres in the UK, The Commons in Pre-Modern Thought, Unpicking ‘The Tragedy of the Commons’,International Gathering in Crete – An important Step in Building a United and Effective Anarchist Movement, Call for an all-Britain class struggle anarchist conference in 2016, Cuban Anarchism Reborn: An interview with Mario from TLAL, Culture Feature – Henri Cartier-Bresson, Book Reviews – The Failure of Nonviolence; Communal Luxury; Cities Under Siege
MAKE SPACE FOR RESISTANCE Fighting for our environment, struggling against nationalism & reformism, understanding the workings of austerity PLUS analysis, reviews, our regular culture feature, and much more.
WHOEVER IS ELECTED CAPITALISM WINS. Pre-election contents: Cities public housing and social cleansing, Anti-cuts movement analysis, Analysis of war arenas including Libya and Middle East, Kurdish struggle in Rojava, Election balls, Suffragettes & Sylvia Pankhurst on Parliament, Report from AFem 2014, plus culture, reviews and obituary.
THEIR AUSTERITY, THEIR WARS, THEIR REPRESSION … OUR RESISTANCE. Chinese workers’ struggles, Arab Summer, Morocco & Eqypt, new Caribbean Anarchist Federation, Slovenian anarchist interview & Balkan bookfair report, Iceland, French 19th C. silk workers revolt, Frans Maserreel anarchist artist.