Harbinger (zine)

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Harbinger
Type Newspaper
Format Tabloid
Publisher CrimethInc.
Editor Anonymous
Circulation 50,000
Website Crimethinc.com
Part of the Anarchism series on CrimethInc.

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Publications
Zines/journals

Inside Front
Fighting for Our Lives
Rolling Thunder
Harbinger

Books

Anarchy in the Age of Dinosaurs
Days of War, Nights of Love
Recipes for Disaster
The Secret World of Terijian
Expect Resistance
Work

Letters series:

Evasion
Off the Map
Rusty String Quartet
Stone Hotel

Film

CrimethInc. Guerilla Film Series, Volume One

Music
Discography

Catharsis
Requiem
Ümlaut
Zegota

Campaigns

Don't Just Vote, Get Active
Unabomber for President

Related subjects

Curious George Brigade
CrimethInc. N©! license


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Harbinger is a rarely released philosophy newspaper published by the CrimethInc. ex-Workers' Collective. Considered the "communiqué"[1] of the CrimethInc. Underground, its articles explore the collective's critical views of capitalism, work ethic, politics, and modern society as it is and has been for much of the current era. Though CrimethInc. has identified itself as an anarchist collective, they rarely mention anarchism on the pages of Harbinger. This may reflect the groups fear of becoming ideologist, although in many ways Harbinger preludes their anarchist outreach project, Fighting For Our Lives. Articles from the first two issues appeared in CrimethInc.'s Days of War, Nights of Love.

Production[edit]

Originally, Harbinger featured a removable advertising supplement which apparently paid for the production and distribution costs. CrimethInc. announced on their website that they had resolved to remove the removable supplement permanently, choosing to pay for the project with donations and the profits from their other published works.

Distribution[edit]

Like many of their projects, Harbinger is offered free of charge individually or in bulk quantities. Harbinger has been published in English, Portuguese (called Arauto), and Spanish (called Heraldo), and distributed across North America, South America, and Europe.

Quantities

  • Issue 1 : 10,000
  • Issue 2 : 20,000
  • Issue 3 : 25,000 and 10,000.
  • Issue 4 : 100,000
  • Issue 5 : 50,000

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