Dysophia 0: Green Anarchism – tools for everyday life, Oct 2009 (html & pdf)
An introduction to the basic tenets of green anarchism, setting out the principles and showing how they are put into practice.
Dysophia 1: Anarchism and Polyamory, May 2010 (pdf)
A collection of articles, past and present, on the connection between open relationships and anarchism, and looking at some of the problems that arise.
Dysophia 2: Population & Migration, Oct 2010 (pdf)
Anarchist analyses of privilege in a time of climate chaos.
Dysophia 3: Antisemitism, June 2012 (pdf)
What it is, why it matters and how anarchists can learn from confronting it.
Dysophia 4: Anarchist Debates on Privilege, Nov 2013 (pdf)
Dysophia 5: “What about the Rapists?”, Sept 2014 (pdf)
anarchist approaches to crime and justice
Open Letters series
#1 Dreaming Illich: asking awkward questions on whether a bicycle-based world is possible, Sept 2010 (pdf).
#2 Biting the Hand that Feeds Us: in defence of lifestyle politics, Matt Wilson, 2012 (pdf)
#3 From Animals to Anarchism: challenging animal activists and anarchists alike to take on board what liberation actually means, and to not avoid the issue of human-animal relations, Kevin Watkinson & Donal O’Driscoll, October 2014 (pdf)
Radical Migrant Solidiarty: discussing issues around showing solidiarity with migrants from a no borders viewpoint.
Criticism without Critique: A Climate Camp Reader, Jan 2010 (pdf)