Issue 11 of imminent rebellion, an irregular anarchist journal from deep within the south pacific, is now available, fresh off the (paper) guillotine.
This issue includes features on:
…and much more!
A collection of political poems and lyrics by Wellington anarchist punk poet, doctor, musician and songwriter Ken Vicious.
I spent two months wandering around Europe. Nine planes, twenty two trains, twenty four beds. So this zine is about vegan food, public parks, fancy buildings, trains, books, squats, museums, anarchist social centres, Jewish history, trees, rabbits, seagulls and anxiety.
Remains to be Seen traces the ashes of Joe Hill from their distribution in Chicago to wartime New Zealand. Drawing on previously unseen archival material, it examines the persecution and censorship of anarchists, socialists and Wobblies in New Zealand during the First World War.