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Stewart's book, Poems and Poetry, was published by the Every Now and Then Publishing Cooperative in 1982. Stewart received a B.A. from Roosevelt University in 1952.
Stewart is known for his anarchist politics, his long-time participation in the North American anarchist movement, including his involvement in the Industrial Workers of the World and Chicago Area War Resisters Support Group, and was a regular contributor to the Bulletin of the Social Revolutionary Anarchist Federation (SRAF). According to the Wikipedia entry on SRAF, Stewart has been accused of anti-semitism, causing controversy within that organization. Stewart has denied the accusation of anti-semitism.
John Gardner devoted a chapter to Joffre Stewart in the fiction work 'Mikelsson's Ghosts'.
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