Number 4 / 2018
UPDATE: After even more changes and unexpected difficulties over the last year (including a complicated move due to a forced “Termination of Residence” order) Modern Slavery #4 is still in the process of being reorganized and laid out. It should be showing up in mailboxes and on newsstands sometime this fall. We are currently reworking our distribution plans to make the journal less of newsstand periodical and more of a subscription & direct sales/web sales journal so that we can make it more economically viable in the current libertarian / anarchist publishing climate.
In other news, due to big changes in the production collective for the magazine Anarchy: A Journal of Desire Armed, it will from now on be published each Spring by the same production collective as Modern Slavery, which in turn will be published each Fall. We are currently working on getting issue #78 of AJODA completed before we restart work on MS #4.
I’ll post a listing of the full table of contents once they’re finalized and we’re closer to press time! But here is a tentative listing during production. I don’t necessarily expect everything here to fit — and there are other possibilities also being considered, but I’ll be trying really hard to fit as much as possible! I expect this to be the best issue yet.
An Introduction to Modern Slavery: Part 4 by Jason McQuinn
Critical Self-Theory in Practice by Jason McQuinn
On Anarchist Responses To Mandela’s Death by Siddiq Khan
John Zerzan Primtivo: Questioning John Zerzan an interview by Jason McQuinn
The Catastrophe of Postmodernism Future Primitive Excerpts from The Nihilist's Dictionary
Some Hegelian Reflections on Slavery by Lawrence Stepelevich
Chapter 4 of The Old World is Behind You by Karen Goaman
Chapter 4 of Strangers in an Alien World by Wolfi Landstreicher
An Interview with Hakim Bey by Paul Simons
The Right to Idleness and Individual Reappropriation by Brand (translated by Wolfi Landstreicher)
Down with Civilization by Enrico Arrigoni aka Frank Brand (translated by Wolfi Landstreicher) Brand: An Italian Anarchist and His Dream by Peter Lamborn Wilson
The Shadow People: a story by Paul Z. Simons
EDITORIAL: Slave Culture by Jason McQuinn
MODERN SLAVERY Notes: No more fun & games? by Jason McQuinn
PUBLICATION NOTES: by JM