Mr. F. Wilkesbarre, Coster


1845-1945, Events, Malfew Seklew, Trevor Blake

THE COSTERS’ UNION. UNFURLING THE BANNER. LAST NIGHT’S PROCEEDINGS. Last night (Thursday) Barnard’s Theatre Royal, Woolwich, was crowded at both performances, great interest being manifested in the unfurling of the banner of the United Kingdom Male and Female Streetsellers and Hawkers’ Union. The ceremony was performed by Mr. Will Crooks, M.P.. who, during the performance […]

April 11, 2018

Egoism | 2017 Review | Reason Magazine


1845-1945, Egoism, Reviews, Stand Alone

The most famous individualist anarchist journal of 19th century America was Liberty, edited by the fiery polemicist Benjamin Tucker. But Liberty wasn’t the movement’s only periodical, and anyone interested in that period of libertarian history should welcome any chance to examine the outlets edited by figures with different sensibilities. So it’s good to see Georgia and Henry Replogle’s […]

February 16, 2018

Three translated poems of Émile Armand


1845-1945, Émile Armand, Poetry

The following poems were originally published in So sang an “outsider” in 1925. They were translated by “J.” in 2004. The dream I dream of a country without suffering where no one groans under the weight of solitude, and hearts dared to hope, with no layers of darkness blackening their desires. A country without […]

January 29, 2018

Bondwoman by Dora Marsden


1845-1945, Dora Marsden, Freewoman

The Freewoman: No. 1, Vol. 1, November 23, 1911. by Dora Marsden are distinguished from Freewomen by a spiritual distinction. are the women who are not spiritual entities – who are not individuals. They are complements merely. By habit of thought, by form of activity, and largely by preference, they round off […]

January 24, 2018