MonkeyWrench Books and the editors of Black Seed invite you to join us in celebrating the release of the Green Anarchist Journal's third issue.
The afternoon will be an opportunity for you to pick up the newest issue for free, learn a useful skill, and meet others who wish to see the world of cops and prisons; factories and coffee shops; highways and national parks; domination and control; slavery and colonization emptied of its riches and left to return to the earth so that we might again know what it is like to live.
From the announcement:
In the midst of a cacophony of headlines and empty chatter, we present Black Seed Issue #3. We are a printed green anarchist publication, aiming to step outside of internet-based dialogue and facilitate more thoughtful conversations. We want to add our voices to the choir that has been singing against the mega-machine since time immemorial. Some highlights of this issue include:
* A new piece by Sever (who wrote Land and Freedom for Issue #1), continuing the discussion on spirituality in a personal and nuanced way.
* A critical response to Issue #2's "The Undying Appeal of White Nationalism"
* An interview with Corrina Gould, a Chochenyo and Karkin Ohlone woman from Oakland, talking about the history of indigenous people in the Bay Area and several recent actions she has been a part of.
* Two reflections from folks involved in insurrectionary land occupations in France.
* A Review of M. Kat Anderson's Tending the Wild.