SA1160 | Dora Marsden: Vida y obra | León Darío (Spanish)


1946-Today, Dora Marsden, Stand Alone

Escritora, editora de varias publicaciones, literata, filósofa, activista sufragista, luego reinventada como anarquista individualista—egoísta, anarco-feminista! Dora Marsden: Vida y obra” by León Darío (editor of individualist-anarchist journal “El errante”). Spanish-language introduction to British suffragette, egoist and philosopher Dora Marsden (1882-1960). First time in print.  Illustrated, 20 pages. Este folleto impreso en una edición de sesenta y […]

September 17, 2020

Karl Marx: The Dad That Failed


1845-1945

The God that Failed is a 1949 collection of essays by men and women familiar with and thereby disenchanted with socialism. While an egoist might prefer to consider individuals as individuals, moment by moment, a socialist will instead visit praise and condemnation on groups based on group considerations.  Here, let me try that on for […]

July 1, 2020

Malfew Seklew, Freak Among Reformers


1845-1945, Bibliographic, Events, Malfew Seklew, The Clarion, The Eagle and The Serpent, Trevor Blake

ON TOUR The Malfew Seklew Egoist-Socialist Propaganda Co. Malfew Seklew, lecturer; Erwin McCall, advertising manager; J. W. Gott, treasurer; W. Barrie, secretary. MALFEW SEKLEW, the New Apostle of the New Gospel, the New Crusader of Egoistic Socialism, the Originator of Immoral Socialism, the Inventor of the New Method of Propagating the New Thought of New […]

June 3, 2020

Why I am a Right-Wing Anarchist by Robert Anton Wilson


1946-Today, Benjamin R. Tucker, Kevin I. Slaughter, Libertarian Microfiche, Max Stirner, Trevor Blake

  Most contemporary writers either think communist anarchism (Bakuninism) is the only form of anarchism; or, if they have heard of Right-wing (individualist) anarchism at all, they have the impression it is a freaky offshoot from the mainstream. Actually, individualist anarchism is the oldest form of anarchism, and, if there were such a thing as […]

May 27, 2020

SA1145 | La ‘Bande à Bonnot’ | Albert Meltzer


1845-1945, 1946-Today, La Bande à Bonnot, Stand Alone

46th issue of the egoist journal “Stand Alone”. 16 pages, 5.5″ x 8.5″, Saddle-stitched Limited to 33 copies. Available from: Underworld Amusements The Bonnot Gang (La Bande à Bonnot) was a French criminal anarchist group that operated in France and Belgium during the Belle Époque, from 1911 to 1912. Composed of individuals who identified with the emerging illegalist milieu, the gang used cutting-edge technology (including automobiles […]

May 11, 2020

No Justice for Malfew Seklew


1845-1945, Events, Historical Work, Malfew Seklew

ANARCHISTS IN EDINBURGH. DEAR COMRADE, In your last issue appears a letter signed L. Vyner, Edinburgh, who expressed a wish therein that some representative of the S.D.F. might join issue in the Meadows with the “blatant egoist” named Malfew Seklew, who takes pleasure in ridiculing Social-Democracy, and take advantage of the big crowds Seklew gets […]

April 29, 2020

SA1140 | THE ILLUSION OF ANARCHISM | DORA MARSDEN


1845-1945, Dora Marsden, Stand Alone, The Egoist 1914

45th issue of the egoist journal “Stand Alone”. 16 pages, 5.5″ x 8.5″, Saddle-stitched Limited to 66 copies. Available from: Underworld Amusements “Anarchists are an interesting body of people whom governments take too seriously and who, unfortunately, do not take themselves seriously enough.”  So begins Dora Marsden in this essay from The Egoist. The Illusion of Anarchism was […]

April 13, 2020