My Own (2012)

My Own is a periodical published by the writer known by various aliases, including Apio Ludd, Feral Faun and Wolfi Landstreicher. Started in 2012, it continues to be published as of this writing (updated November 2016).

Each issue features writings by Apio Ludd, including essays and reviews, submissions from other writers, and historical work often translated by Ludd himself. There is no known previously compiled index of My Own, so this page will feature what information can be compiled as it can be.

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Prospectus

My Own is a publication of anarchist ideas, literature and analysis coming from and explicitly egoist and individualist perspective. I intend to put forward an anti-capitalist, non-market egoist perspective aimed at encouraging the interweaving of individual insurrections against all forms of authority, domination and enforcement of conformity.

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First issue: January 2012
Last issue:
(active)
Subtitle:
 Self-Ownership and Self-Creation Against All Authority
Editor: Apio Ludd

Index

My Own #1 – January, 2012

My Own #2 – March 15, 2012

My Own #3 – May 15, 2012

My Own #4 – July 15, 2012

My Own #5 – September 15, 2012

My Own #6 – November 22, 2012

My Own #7 – January 31, 2013

My Own #8 – May 1, 2013

My Own #9 – July 1, 2013

My Own #10 – October 2013

My Own #11 – January 2014

My Own #12 – March, 2014

My Own #13 – May 2014

My Own #14 – August 2014

My Own #15 – December 2014

My Own #16 – February 2015

My Own #17 – Early Summer 2015

My Own #18 – Winter 2015-2016

My Own #19 – Late Summer 2016


My Own | No. 20 | Spring 2017
Subtitle/Theme: Self-Ownership and Self-Creation Against All Authority
edited by: Apio Ludd
size: 5.5×8.5″ | pages: 16

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Calling Bullshit …Bullshit by Apio Ludd 1
The Bewitchment, Part III: The Trial by Nick Ford 2
Three Poems 7
Crossing the Alps by Annie Le Brun 9
Swinging through the Trees by Apio Ludd 9
Review: It’s Crazy How Many things Don’t Exist by Jean-Pierre Voyer 10
Review: Lived Poetry by John Moore 10
Review: Inherent Vice by Thomas Pynchon 11
My Unlikes by Ernest Coeurderoy 12
Ichabod Heranow: Wise Men versus Wise Asses 14