Contributions are encouraged. This journal
is restricted to comparative book reviews. Reviews must examine the
failings and virtues of books for a contemporary anarchist theory
and politics. Anarchism is understood here as a doctrine seeking the
abolition of capitalism, the nation-state, and hierarchy generally,
and the creation of a cooperative economy, a decentralized confederation
of communes or municipalities, and a culture of liberation. The deadline
for the next issue is May 15, 2004.
Each review must
treat at least two books and one must have been
published in the previous two years. In some cases,
reviews of works in other media (such as a film)
will be accepted.
Reviews of two books
should be between 2,500 to 3,000 words and reviews
of three should be 3,500 to 4,000 words.
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