We are happy to present our latest work, The Great Anarchist Conspiracy, a documentary that charts anarchism’s resilient survival from the 1890s all the way up the 1970s. The fact that you are reading this, and are most likely an anarchist, is proof that our international movement has survived every attempt to crush it.Read more "The Great Anarchist Conspiracy"
These poets “leaned on each other in ecstasy. They were indeed sovereigns for a whole morning, while all the houses were adorned with crimson hangings, and for an entire afternoon, while they made their way toward the palm gardens.”Read more "They Leaned On Each Other In Ecstasy & The Devil Rode A Bicycle"
According to the oral histories compiled by Paul Avrich in his Anarchist Voices, Enrico was “fiercely anti-Bolshevik after the Russian Revolution and broke with some of his friends who became Communists.” While he was still living in Sausalito, Enrico would “meet Eric Morton on the San Francisco Ferry,” although according to his wife Leah, “they never talked about anything important.”Read more "The Flight of Fulvia Ferrari"
The Russians were the people who caused the CIA to fund literary fiction. There was the idea that literary endeavors could open up a valid front in the information war…The KGB were the Russian equivalent of the CIA. The KGB didn’t fund literary fiction. Mostly, the KGB just kicked the shit out of Russian writers. […]Read more "Only Americans Burn In Hell"