BLACK AND GREEN REVIEW no. 5
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Black and Green Review is a new anarcho-primitivist journal focused on expanding anti-civilization and green anarchist praxis, discourse and debate. Following on the legacy of Species Traitor and Green Anarchy, this new publication seeks to draw out the critique of civilization and the return to wildness. For a passionate resistance and wild existence.
280 pages of anti-civilization critique, praxis and discussion. Essays from John Zerzan, Kevin Tucker, Four Legged Human and Ian Smith. Some really great interviews with truly amazing people; Gay Bradshaw (Carnivore Minds), Klee Benally (Indigenous Action), and Nora Gedgaudas (Primal Body, Primal Mind). In depth looks at the resisting the Canyon Mine & nuclear colonialism, the Olympia Commune, Evan Mecham Eco Terrorist International Conspiracy (EMETIC), PTSD in wild populations, an increasingly hackable modernity, the return of the Old Ways in Native populations, rewilding, resistance, and a lot of digging at the roots of the mess we are in. Plus some extremely in depth reviews and a lot more.