Here is the list of our pamphlets, also known as the »Black Pamphlet« series (except for our very last one, the »Anarchist Football (Soccer) Manual«, which is not black). A lot of pamphlets you will be able to read online, of some we’ve included excerpts, some others are (for different reasons) missing. We hope to be able to make the collection more complete in the future. In the case of the short story collections, some individual stories are included (you can also find them all – with sparse commentary – under »Short Stories«). All texts we decided to put online were proofread and edited and might hence slightly differ from the printed versions. Some of the pamphlets are still distributed through AK Press, both in the US and the UK. We have included the relevant links.
"This is an excellent little annotated (a couple of paragraphs for each entry) dictionary - from art, animal rights, anti-fascism to war, work, xenophobia, youth - which attempts to provide an anarchist analysis on the way the world works, and ought to." (AK Press)
"A great 'fiction,' on the 'failed' United Anti-Fascist Liberation Front, that helped spark revolutions across the globe in the early part of the 21st century, told from the grizzled memories of one of it's Australian veterans." (AK Press)
We still consider this one of the most important pieces we've published. Literature on sXe and radical politics remains rare. This text has drawn pretty passionate reactions from Poland to Israel to New Zealand. Now finally online.
This contains 34 images from flyers, zines, posters, etc., that we collected over the years. A nice little overview of revolutionary creativity, and a great way to remember our travels. Perhaps we manage to make some images available online one day.
Our first philosophical piece. A very succinct attempt at combining a skeptical/mystical understanding of the world with revolutionary politics. Followed by »Materialistic Pantheism« (AAP 011).
Voluntary homeless street poet falls in love and becomes overwhelmed. Our most widely distributed fiction piece.
Reflections on the black bloc renaissance following the Seattle anti-WTO protest in ’99. Takes in some European history, formulates a sympathetic critique of certain aspects of black bloc culture, and suggests a militant movement of diversity.
Seasoned small time crook now operating in West Africa hooks up with young US hitchhiker on the way from Benin to Burkina Faso. Drama unfolds. – Unfortunately, this text has disappeared from all our files and only exists in print.
This combines around 40 entries from travel note books – some a couple of sentences long, some little stories. Together, the entries create a patchwork of memories from many years of traveling.
An attempt to overcome the individual/community-divide so characteristic for modern Western society through an anarchistic notion of individuality as a per se social and collective value. Unfortunately, this is a rather poor collective translation from German. Once we have a better version, we will put it online. Whenever that may be...
The Follow-Up to »The Militant Mystic« (AAP 005).
Prime example for AAP’s love of the very simple. Some drawings might be online some day.
DC’s Justice League International and the Conglomerate turn, respectively, Marxist and anarchist superheroes/superheroines and battle it out. Unfortunately, beyond our means to put online at this point.
A sad and rather personal story. We hesitate to put this one online.
"A wonderful 'story' about an ELF style demolition of 59 holiday homes in Thailand, in 2002. European anti-tourist industry activists strike back!" (AK Press)
Miguel Echevarria, young Traveler from Idaho, disappears in Northern Kenya.
Some reflections on the “New Anarchism" phenomenon, the disregard of anarchist history, “post-leftism", and the old “lifestyle vs. social anarchism" debate, mainly from a European perspective.
This is our lost pamphlet. A fictional account from a squat of radical sex workers in Oakland. No files, no prints. Maybe we’ll be able to piece it back together one day.
A collection of cut and paste artwork from different folks. Unfortunately, out of print, and not all the original material is available to do a proper re-print. We are working on it!
The title has caused confusion. It's about living cheap with a conscience. Judge for yourselves.
A forgotten piece from the mid-90s on the need to rejuvenate anarchist theory by incorporating recent neomarxist and poststructuralist critiques of the State. "Postanarchist" before there ever was such a thing. We reprinted the original hard copy and have no computer files. Hopefully, this will be online one day.
This was mostly a collection for ourselves. A lot of personal memories went into this. At least for now, we keep it within our circles.
Our bestseller. A history of soccer from a radical perspective, a guide for anarchist fans of the game, and a reflection on how to enjoy the game beyond competition and commercialism. Now turned into the book Soccer vs. the State.