This includes links to projects that AAP members have been involved with apart from AAP, or are involved with now. Oh, yes, and the AAP playlists of albums and films.
The Failure of Nonviolence: From the Arab Spring to Occupy
The Communist Necessity: prolegomena to any future radical theory
Essays and Articles
Alpine Anarchist Meets...
»Von Jakarta bis Johannesburg: Anarchismus weltweit«
Find a list of selected interviews from the book »Von Jakarta bis Johannesburg: Anarchismus weltweit« (Unrast, 2010) - both in German and English - here. The selection includes interviews about anarchist movements on six continents.
»Give 'em the Lumber«
Give em the Lumber is the only punk-hockey zine you will find. See our contributions here:
Give em the Lumber 1: A Give em the Lumbers eye-witness report of The Hockey World Championships 2005 in Austria (be prepared for tangents)
Anthony T. Fiscella
Having researched the connections between Islam and anarchism for a number of years, our friend Anthony T. Fiscella has put together a zine entitled "Varieties of Islamic Anarchism: A Brief Introduction". You can read it here. There is also a ready-to-print version available to make your own zine - and distribute it!
Anthony T. Fiscella has also written comments for AAP on the exchange between Gabriel Kuhn and Mark Bray regarding Bray's book Translating Anarchy: The Anarchism of Occupy Wall Street (Zero Books, 2013). Fiscella's piece is titled "Comments on Translating Anarchism, Occupy Wall Street, and Prospects for Revolution Today". Kuhn's original review of Translating Anarchy can be found here.
In September 2013 we ran a special feature on the work of Philippe Kellermann, a German anarchist scholar who focuses in particular on the relationship between anarchism and Marxism. The feature consisted of the publication of three previously unpublished essays by Kellermann.
(1) Massen*Revolution*Subjektivität: Fragen über Fragen
The power attached to language is often neglected, also in radical circles. While texts published in English quickly spread around the globe, many literary treasures penned in the tongue of a relative few remain confined to far smaller communities. In light of this, we are proud to present the concluding chapter of our Swedish friend Jonas Lundström's engaging 2014 release En förtryckares frihetliga fantasier in English translation.
Robert Holbrook, or Saleem, as his friends call him, is a politicized prisoner being held by the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections. He contributes regularly to numerous publications. Here are German translations of two of his essays. Some of his writings in English can be found at freesalim.net.
Bas Umali, a comrade in Manila, makes strong contributions to the anarchist movement in the Philippines. Here is his key position paper which combines the principles of the traditional Philippine communities, the barangays, with a grassroots confederation ideal.
Bas Umali's book Pangayaw and Decolonizing Resistance: Anarchism in the Philippines (PM Press, 2020), which includes both essays above, has been reviewed for AAP by Randy Nobleza.
We've been involved in two English Gustav Landauer publications, the pamphlet Anarchism in Germany and Other Essays and the book Revolution and Other Writings. We've also translated the Landauer essay »Arbeitselig« for our good friend Stevphen Shukaitis at Minor Compositions.