publications

Vanguard: a libertarian communist journal

Issues and articles of Vanguard, an anarchist publication based out of New York during the 1930s.

Thoughts on local anarchist newspapers in 1980s Britain

The Kate Sharpley Library have just had a donation of some 1980s local anarchist newspapers (all from north west England).

Virus magazine

Partial online archive of Virus magazine, a journal for militant anarchism initially founded by Colin Parker which then became the magazine of the Anarchist Communist Federation (later renamed the Anarchist Federation).

Lib Ed magazine

A partial online archive of Lib Ed, a magazine for the liberation of learning, produced by the Libertarian Education group.

Resistance comix

Resistance comic issue 10 cover

Partial online archive of Resistance Comix, a radical comic published in the UK probably in the 1980s.

Workers’ Playtime journal

WP "funny" graphic

Online archive of Workers’ Playtime, a more-or-less regular class struggle-oriented journal produced between Feb ’83 and May ’85.

Here and Now magazine

Cover of the 14th issue of Here and now

Partial online archive of scanned issues of Here and Now, a UK-based situationist magazine published 1985-1994.

Freedom newspaper

A partial online archive of Freedom newspaper, which was the world's longest running anarchist newspaper, published in the UK from 1886 to 2014.

L'enragé no. 1

L'Enragé No. 1

A reprint (in both French and in English translation) of no. 1 of L'Enrage, a satirical journal founded by Jean-Jacques Pauvert and produced in France during the May 68 events. Translated by Ruth Porter.

Anarchy! An anthology of Emma Goldman's Mother Earth

In Anarchy! An Anthology of Emma Goldman's Mother Earth, Peter Glassgold brings to the page political activist and anarchist Emma Goldman’s most radical contribution, Mother Earth, a monthly journal about social science and literature. Glassgold has compiled Mother Earth’s most provocative articles, with thematic categories ranging from "The Woman Question" to "The Social War" and features a diverse selection of writers, such as Leo Tolstoy, Margaret Sanger, Peter Kropotkin, and Alexander Berkman.