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Fifth Estate’s Fall 2011 issue (#385) Now Available

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Our attention has been raptly focused on the events of Occupy Wall St. and solidarity movements across the globe. In the excitement of seeing a grassroots directly democratic movement begin to take shape, we have been remiss in telling you that the latest issue of Fifth Estate is now available!

Fifth Estate’s Fall 2011 issue (#385) Now Available

Comrades and Friends,

Our attention has been raptly focused on the events of Occupy Wall St. and solidarity movements across the globe. In the excitement of seeing a grassroots directly democratic movement begin to take shape, we have been remiss in telling you that the latest issue of Fifth Estate is now available!

The Fifth Estate’s Fall 2011 issue (#385), explores visions of anarchism and anarchy through fiction. From fictional struggles of anarchists in the past and present, to stories of an anarchist future, we explore the many facets of anarchism as a philosophy, anarchy as a social state, and anything and everything else in between.

The fiction section includes:

  • A Brief History of Anarchist Fiction by Margaret Killjoy
  • Hoppin’ Aboard the Underground Railroad by Ron Sakolsky and Sean Woods
  • Lives of the Saints by Alan Franklin
  • It Will Be Like This by Phillip Norbury
  • The Nacirema by Brien O’Shea
  • Coiled Rope Haikus by Zeraph Dylan Moore
  • A Morning in the Library by Alex Hooks
  • An Anarchist is America’s Poet Laureate

In addition to our special fiction section, this issue of FE features coverage and commentary of events happening around the globe. Among them:

  • Copyright or Wrong by Walker Lane
  • June 11 International Day of Solidarity with Eric McDavid & Marie Mason
  • Vancouver’s Hockey Riots by Ron Sakolsky
  • Gaza: Youth Manifesto
  • Greece: We Won’t Pay by Dan Georgakas
  • Spain: The Indignados by J.E. Hamilton • Larry Portis in Memorium

No issue of FE would be complete without a collection of lively reviews, and this issue features two of them:

  • Vietnam: Where the Political is Still Personal — Review by Jim Feast
  • Subversions: Anarchist Short Stories — Review by Penelope Rosemont

Copies of this, or any other back issues are $4ppd from http://www.fifthestate.org/

The deadline for submissions for the next issue of Fifth Estate, the theme of which is Revolution, has been pushed back to November 5th. Please check out our website for details: http://www.fifthestate.org/fepages/call.html

email submissions to fe@fifthestate.org or mail submissions to

FIFTH ESTATE, POB 201016, Ferndale, MI 48220, USA

Solidarity!

The FE Collective

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