Both memoir and manual, this is the zine version of a longer graphic novel by Kate Evans about the experience of squatted camps during the anti-roads movement in the UK.
“This collection may not only to be viewed in terms of abortion rights, or even strictly in terms of the quest for women to have control over their bodies, but also in terms of any group of people face-up against the onslaught of modern-day slavery (in all its forms) taking control over their lives. Jane is an inspiration— a beautiful example that battles can be won without begging. Today they can be seen as a bold display of an effective underground organization operating with utter disregard for the letter of the law— women taking their lives into their own hands and taking responsibility for their actions, all the while without asking for anyone’s permission.”
A history of the clandestine abortion clinic run by Chicago feminists in the early 1970s.
A how-to guide for planning direct actions. Not much in the way of methods or specifics, but instead a useful overview of things to consider, steps to take, discussions to have with comrades. Originally published in Do or Die.
Account of the development of the radical ecology movement in the UK between 1990 and 2001. Invaluable to understanding our origins and future as a combative movement. Originally published in Do or Die.
How-to guide to building occupations, grounded in the university occupations of 2009-2010, but with an eye towards the rest of the built environment in the wake of Occupy. Scattered other helpful bits on demonstration safety, etc.