Wild Resistance No. 6: A Journal of Primal Anarchy | Kevin Tucker, ed.
208 pages | Black & Green Press
Founded in 2014, Wild Resistance started its life as Black and Green Review. The original idea was a newsprint magazine, but it quickly grew into a full on journal before the first issue was even printed. Slowly moving from a biannual publication for the first four issues to an annual one by the fifth.
The goal, however, has always been the same: engaging critical and thorough discussion about civilization, domestication, and their impacts upon the world. It has never been the kind of journal that gets dated, but we have actively sought to build upon our discussions and continually widen the circles of inclusion and involvement. Civilization aims to tame and destroy everything, so everything becomes our primary subject.
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