“The society which has abolished every kind of adventure makes its own abolition the only possible adventure.” Paris, May 1968


Thursday, 9 February 2012

The Cunningham Amendment.

If there is one thing that no anarchist need be short of it's reading matter and the number of libertarian papers and magazines is out of all proportion to the number of people involved. Anarchist magazines come in all shapes and sizes and all kinds of formats and production methods. Some publishers hold that attention grabbing copy and art work are the main things with posh production values coming well down the list of priorities. Others opt for a high quality crafted publication partly for the sheer satisfaction of producing it. The Cunningham Amendment sits firmly in the second category. Full of gentle humour and printed in good old fashioned letterpress this little magazine is a joy to read. Don't bother searching the internet for this gem. No computers are involved in production or distribution. Available at discerning radical bookshops usually at £2.50 a throw. Or you could try writing to:
TCA. Room 6.
Tangleford House.
The Street.
Bawdeswell.
Norfolk. NR20 4RT
You might be lucky.

2 comments:

Kelly said...

A wonderful publication, full of insight, aphorisms and often laugh out loud. Always makes me feel like my thinking is ok after all.

Tug said...

Best anarcho publicationa around.

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