Talk:List of anarchist periodicals
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Off the top of my head, "national" papers or mags that were around in Britain in the 80s and 90s that aren't included yet are:
- Organise (from ACF/AF)
- Direct Action (from DAM/Solfed)
- Resistance (ACF/AF)
I can't remember the name of the mag that London ABC published.
- Solidarity was before by time but was well known.
There was also
- Worker's Solidarity from Ireland.
Most of these organisations are still going and should be able to help with when the mags started. And some exchanged with continental groups and might be able to help with other journal names. --Peter cohen 18:26, 18 June 2007 (UTC)
- Ok. I added all those except WS (since it is just on issue #3). Thanks! Now someone needs to write articles on all those publications... - N1h1l 19:51, 20 June 2007 (UTC)
- That's a renumbering WS was certainly around before then . Unfortunately that doesn't give the start date. Similarly DA ia a renumbering. It was around as a paper in the 80s. I've put in reroutes to the publishers articles where such exist. I'm spending too much time on Wiki at present and trying to control it, but I'm prepared to contact the KSL some time next month to try to find out when some of these mags started.--Peter cohen 10:20, 21 June 2007 (UTC)
- Bah! I just noticed that Solideridad Obrera is missing, as well as needing an article. I'll try to fix that. Murderbike 21:27, 28 August 2007 (UTC)
- It's definitely still missing some of the 19th/early 20th century publications. I added a couple, Die Freiheit and The Firebrand / Free Society. --Lquilter (talk) 20:16, 24 December 2007 (UTC)
- There was also an anarchafeminist journal put out about ten years ago, short-lived I think, but perhaps notable in the context of anarchafeminism. Bad Attitude, maybe? (Not the lesbian SM mag.) Out of England ... anybody else have info on that one? --Lquilter (talk) 20:24, 24 December 2007 (UTC)
I'd add the Spanish anarchist magazine Bicicleta that was around during the Spanish transition to democracy. Only lasted a few years, but it was an excellent magazine. - Jmabel | Talk 01:55, 31 December 2009 (UTC)
Insurrectionary anarchist publications
Not sure if these count, but
- Barricada An insurrectionary anarchist publication from the USA
- Killing King Abacus An insurrectionary anarchist publication from the USA
- Insurrectionary Anarchists of Seattle
- Insurrectionary Anarchists of the Coast Salish Territories, Canadian insurrectionary anarchists
- La Anarquia, Argentine insurrectionary publication (in Spanish)
- Social War, Italian insurrectionists (in Italian, English, French and Spanish)
- Modesto Anarcho, an insurrectionary anarchist journal and website based out of Modesto California.
- At Daggers Drawn Insurrectionary anarchist publication translated from Italian by Jean Weir. A poetic overview of the insurrectionary perspective.
- A Murder of Crows an insurrectionary anarchist magazine out of Seattle.
- Yeah, I've heard of most of them, though I think only a few are in print form. Does that matter. Can a website be a periodical? Will we list periodicals that may never have an article of their own? Murderbike (talk) 23:33, 24 December 2007 (UTC)
I think that may not be the right word for where anarchist publications are based. It sounds too top-down.
BTW some of the journals rotate editorial committees. I'm thinking particularly of Organise!. I'm changing its base to UK. --Peter cohen 22:12, 28 June 2007 (UTC)
I just added this italian paper to the list, but I wasn't sure about one thing. they were shut down from 1922 until 1945, but I didn't really know how to concisely put this in the Dates of Publication box. Who's got an idea? Murderbike (talk) 23:47, 15 December 2007 (UTC)
- Hi Mb -- Try: "Year-Year; Year-Year", e.g., "1920-22; 1945-present". It's as concise as one can be and still be accurate, I think. ... One question: Why are they considered the same journal and not, for instance, an "in honor of" or "following in the tradition of"? Resumed by same people or association? Using same resources / ownership of name? Something else? --Lquilter (talk) 20:19, 24 December 2007 (UTC)
technical layout issue
I note that the @ template starts running over the table when the screen gets smaller -- not ridiculously small but, say, half-size on my 14" 1280x screen using firefox. That's probably something that can be fixed. I might try to look at it over the next weeks but if someone else gets there first I won't complain. --Lquilter (talk) 20:22, 24 December 2007 (UTC)
I've switched templates to the horizontal footer version, so this should be ok now. Skomorokh confer 18:49, 28 January 2008 (UTC)
I discussed what else could be added with a friend of mine a couple of weeks back. I was able to find the details for Die Ziegel Brenner quite easilly.
He also mentioned Golos Truda (The Voice of Labour) a syndicalist journal connected with Voline and GP Maximov. It seems to have had a complicated history being edited by ex-pat Russians in the US then they upped and went to Petrograd in 1917 where it became the organ of the Petrograd Union of Anarcho-Syndicalist Propaganda. My tinkering with the web hasn't come up with very clear publication details. THere also seems to be a journal of the same name published im Moscow - I don't know whether this is the same publication with yet a new centre. Anyone with access to resources that might clarify the details?
- I've contacted the Kate Sharpley Library to see if they have info on this. Also for details of Direct Action's earlier runs.--Peter cohen (talk) 16:10, 23 February 2008 (UTC)
Okay, I've changed the comment on Der ZiegleBrenner to a footnote. I think we should consider more details on a numner of other entries. In particular:
- Non-English titles should be accompanied with a translation.
- Journals produced by orgaisation e.g. Organise! should have that organisation's name in the base column.
- Good call. - N1h1l (talk) 13:08, 29 January 2008 (UTC)
May Uprising in Dresden says that this paper was anarchist and had Bakunin as a contributor. I've tried googling for dates and in doing so have noticed that it is generally not disgused as anarchist. For example,  describes it as being the "leading newspaper of Saxon democracy" at the time and calls it left-liberal, albeit referring to a time 60 years later. Anyone got sources on this?--Peter cohen (talk) 12:56, 23 April 2009 (UTC)
z magazine is a very popular and well known magazine in the united states, yet it is not listed here.
- Are you sure it's anarchist and not merely leftist? Skomorokh 15:12, 12 May 2009 (UTC)
- Hard to pin down, I'd call it non-sectarian leftist, including some anarchists but also a lot who are not. - Jmabel | Talk 01:55, 31 December 2009 (UTC)