402 A Forest Garden Primer, by Sylvia Wilde

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400 Nature as Spectacle. The Image of Wilderness vs. Wildness, by Feral Faun

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Originally published in AJODA, this was made available by Elephant Editions in the collection, “Feral Revolution,” which is currently available from Little Black Cart. Feral

175 The Future is Fascist, by Rhyd Wildermuth

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174 The New Luddite Rebellion, by Rhyd Wildermuth

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173 The World Without Forms, by Rhyd Wildermuth

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This essay originally appeared in Black Seed #5 and on Gods and Radicals, and is now available on The Anarchist Library. Black Seed Issue 5

164 Anarchy & Ecstasy 4 Bewilderness, by John Moore

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23 A Chinese Sage, by Oscar Wilde

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