By Margaret Killjoy. The photographic explorations of the life of a wanderer. This issue fills the gaps of previous books, including wandering in a post-apocalyptic desert, squats and demonstrations across europe, and hopping freight trains across the US. 180 pages, 215 full-color photographs.
In 2009, the US government stole this book from us. They took every remaining print copy and all the original files and their backups. So we scanned a copy and put it back into print. This book explores “folk anarchy,” a loose collection of anarchist movements that have moved beyond the dinosaurs of leftism.
Kelly Rose Pflug-Back is one of Canada’s premiere anarchist poets as well as an ex-political prisoner. The name of this collection of poetry is no mere hyperbole. When the G-20 met in Toronto, Canada in 2010 behind armed thugs and fortress walls to discuss the fate of the world, Kelly was among those who took to the streets to counter it with the militancy that the situation demanded. Available as a zine as well as a book.