Wilson’s Blogmanac on Australian Radicals


1845-1945, Ragnar Redbeard, Trevor Blake

JA Andrews, forgotten Australian radical intellectual 1865 JA Andrews (John Arthur Andrews; Jack Andrews; d. 1903), Australian anarchist writer and pamphleteer, probably the most important of the group which came together in the Melbourne Anarchist Club. Henry Lawson knew him (c. 1892) when Andrews was 27 and campaigning in Sydney (for which he ended up […]

July 2, 2019

UoE Interview: Svein Olav Nyberg


1946-Today, i-studies, non serviam

Mr. Nyberg, could you briefly tell us your definition of Egoism? What authors have inspired your writing? My direct inspirations have been few. Perhaps only Max Stirner should be mentioned, since I more or less considered myself a disciple of his in my active years. But there have been […]

June 13, 2019

SA1113 | Covington Hall’s Satanic Lumberjacks & Southron Rebels


1845-1945, Kevin I. Slaughter, Poetry, Ragnar Redbeard, Stand Alone

Covington Hall’s Satanic Lumberjacks & Southron Rebels: Bombastic & Blasphemic Poetry from a Forgotten Labor Movement Edited and Introduced by Kevin I. Slaughter 5.5 x 8.5″, saddle-stiched STAND ALONE SA1113 Available from Underworld Amusements This collection of poetry is culled from the three labor journals that Redbeard-inspired Wobbly activist Covington Hall edited from 1913 to […]

June 11, 2019