THE ANARCHIST REVIEW OF BOOKS ISSUE #3
290 x 420mm, 24 pages, Colour printing, Unbound - Folded newspaper, 2022
"Welcome to the third issue of the Anarchist Review of Books, produced by a collective based in Atlanta, Austin, Chicago, Exarchia, New York, Oakland, and Seattle.
We bring you this issue at a time of new variants, mass resignations and strikes, of seemingly futile calls to open borders, close prisons, and lower emissions, of supply chain breakdowns, strategic chokepoints, and promises that a clean new germ-free world awaits in the metaverse—a concept first conceived in a dystopian novel, now the utopian dream of an American billionaire.
In this issue Toshio Meronek interviews the legendary Miss Major, Cynthia Cruz examines class and the death drive in the work of Marguerite Duras, Dean Spade shines a light on a new edition of Kropotkin’s Mutual Aid, Glynis Hart and Ashlyn Mooney read the latest works on abolition, Brennan Vickery and Clementine Morrigan dish on cancelation, John Sims shows us how to hang the Confederate flag, Sam Hodge paints with coal from the Thames, and Sara Bennett reveals lives on the inside."