The following are propaganda pieces for UNC Freedom Club and FC Journal, an early version of The Wildernist. All of these were written shortly after high school and my first reading of Industrial Society and Its Future. Going through them gave me a good laugh.
- Uncle Ted Has a Posse – computer stickers in support of Uncle Ted and illegalist anarchist Jules Bonnot
- The Technology Problem – my manifesto against technology
- The Luddite Method – my “What Is To Be Done?,” featuring puppet shows
- The Persistent Hope – an overview of animal attacks on technological infrastructure
- Against Technology: A History of Anti-Technological Views in Quotes
- What’s So Bad About Technology? – a small QR code advertisement for a now-defunct website summarizing the arguments in ISAIF, placed in relevant books at UNC-Chapel Hill’s Davis Library
- Join Freedom Club – an early recruitment pamphlet for UNC Freedom Club
- Commentary on Dawn of the Planet of the Apes – a pamphlet I handed out at a student film event
- Your Choice – a zine produced to advertise UNC Freedom Club at the Carrboro Anarchist Bookfair
- Write Without Quotation Marks – an advertisement for FC Journal at the Carrboro Anarchist Bookfair
- It’s a Drone – propaganda poster against Google self-driving cars
- Green Energy is Dirty Energy – propaganda poster against green energy solutions
- No Fracking Anywhere – a poster for a protest against NC’s fracking commission
The following are zines and green anarchist writings that influenced me during this period.