A sampling of publications I have been involved with, including in print and out of print books and journals.
Books currently in the works for 2019 and on:
Of Gods and Country: The Domestication of Our World.
For Wildness and Anarchy, Second Edition.
Roots: A Field Guide to Anarcho-Primitivism.
The Cull of Personality: Ayahuasca, Colonialism and the Death of a Healer
Black and Green Press, 2019.
In April 2018, the Shipibo healer Olivia Arevalo was killed by a Canadian man who was seeking to learn about ayahuasca healing. In this act, the entire history of the Amazon - from conquest to ecotourism - tells the story of colonialism, extraction, and the entirety of civilization.
Gathered Remains: Essays on Wildness, Domestication, Community, and Resistance.
Black and Green Press, 2018.
My second collection of essays and also my most ambitious deep digs into the ways that civilization tears apart our needs as social animals and diverts them through the domestication process.
Art by Mazatl. Preface by John Zerzan.
For Wildness and Anarchy.
Black and Green Press/FC Press, 2010.
A collection of essays focusing on the consequences of domestication, the impacts of civilization, resistance to the totality, primal war, the collapse of civilization, and the failure of revolution(aries) printed between 2000 to 2010.
SOLD OUT! Second edition coming in 2019.
Wild Resistance: A Journal of Primal Anarchy
Formerly Black and Green Review. Founding editor and contributor. Click here to read more and to purchase.
Against Civilization: Readings and Reflections (2nd Edition). Edited by John Zerzan. Feral House, 2005. Preface.
Origins: A John Zerzan Reader. Black and Green, 2010. Introduction.
Uncivilized: Best of Green Anarchy. Green Anarchy Press, 2012. Essays.
Liminal: A Novella. Natasha Alvarez. Black and Green, 2014. Foreword.
Anything Can Happen. Fredy Perlman. Black and Green, 2017. Introduction.