Tuesday, January 3, 2017

Face lift incoming.

If you haven't joined the mailing list, please do so.
This site will be getting a face lift soon and it's going to be a better platform for all things Black and Green moving forward. Trust me, there is a lot to come.
If you aren't on the mailing list, then you didn't see this for the new year:

17 years of Black & Green...

...and it feels like we're just getting started. 
     I started Black and Green Network in 2000 to help create and foster a centralized place so all the green anarchist and anarcho-primitivist projects, both nationally and internationally, could connect. We withstood the Green Scare, we withstood suppression; there have been many lows and many highs. The gatherings we pulled off were among the most successful I had been a part of. It felt like we got lost in the void for a while, but since 2014, Black and Green Press has been going strong again.
     I have a lot of pride and faith in what we have and are doing with Black and Green Review. If you haven't checked it out, now is a good time. Number four just came back from the press and is shipping out now. You can order that here.
     But BAGR is just one piece of what we have in the works for Black & Green and 2017 is looking like our biggest year ever. You can expect to hear a lot more over the coming weeks and months, as well as seeing a lot more by this summer. Books are a given, but there is a lot more.
     Black & Green was never a brand. It was never just a publisher. It isn't even a cause: it is a purpose. We are fighting to defend and foster wild existence through grounding within passionate resistance. This isn't consumable ideas, it is just one reflection of another way of engaging with the world through embracing wildness.
     And things are getting worse.
     They will continue to get worse.
     This is one of the few things we know for sure. That is why it is vital that we never lose sight. I am not ready to mourn the world that is struggling. It is still fighting and so must we. So we are taking this time to find our ways to double down. To find new areas for Black and Green to grow and to ground itself. If you believe in this, any and all support is vital to the project. So if you like what you see here and in our work, please spread the word. There is a lot of work to be done. And we're hitting the ground running.
     For wildness and anarchy,
     KT for Black and Green

Friday, December 23, 2016

BAGR 4 is here and there's a whole new site, store, etc.

Check out the new and improved blackandgreenreview.org.
Issue four is here, you can order it off the BAGR site. All B&G ordering will be headed to that site as well before this site gets it's own makeover. I would say sooner than later, but I hate working on websites. So...

Sunday, December 4, 2016

BAGR4 is press bound!




Working on a new site/store, but in the meantime, you can pre-order the issue here. Will be shipping in late December 2016.
216 pages of pure anarcho-primitivist, anti-civ critique, discussion and praxis.
More info coming here.
Read the opening editorial here.

Thursday, September 1, 2016

Stay updated about Black and Green projects!

Social media has pushed beyond diminishing returns for these projects and I really don't have the interest in logging onto those sites to post. So to stay in the loop on the many Black & Green Press projects, Black and Green Review, and everything else we have coming up, please sign up for our mailing list.
Won't be heavy traffic, but will have all the info about what's going on and I might even bring back the identification for free books giveaways too.

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Sunday, May 15, 2016

Black and Green Review no 3 is out now!

And you can order it and all other Black and Green Press titles from our new webstore (in the works). International orders accepted!
Black and Green Press "Shop"
To order bulk copies, please email us at blackandgreenpress [a) gmail

Sunday, April 24, 2016

Black and Green Review no 3 orders/subscriptions plus moving sale!

Alright, a lot in this post.
     International folks, I'm still working on figuring out your rates, so bare with me.
     Really looking for help with distribution and willing to make really awesome deals to people who want to help us out. So if you table, have a bunch of friends, have a distro/bookstore/infoshop, or have a bookstore in mind that you think should carry Black and Green Press titles, please write to blackandgreenpress [a} gmail dot com. That includes international folks, because I want to get stuff out there.
     Bands, distros: I'll send cases of Peregrine CDs if you can distribute them, write to the address above.

Please note: Black and Green Review is likely to continue it's upward momentum, having jumped from 128 pages for issues one and two to a whooping 216 pages this time! There is a chance that the subscription rates may have to go up, but we're open to other ideas to lower them for those willing to discuss. We want to get as many out there as possible, as cheaply as possible, so if you have the want, we can find the way!

For those who are unaware: Black and Green Review is an anarcho-primitivist journal brought to you by editors of Species Traitor and Green Anarchy that focuses on expanding on anti-civilization critique and praxis. It's broken up into four sections: essays, discussion, field notes from the primal war, and reviews. If you have not checked it out, you are missing out! For a wild existence and a passionate resistance. 
     BAGR no 3 features essays by Kevin Tucker, Four Legged Human, John Zerzan and Ian Smith. Contributions from Cliff Hayes, Jeriah Bowser and Story Teller and interviews with Lauren Regan, Josh Harper, a group of BC green anarchists and our anonymous anthropologist.
     For a more detailed look inside no 3, click here.
     It is currently at the printer and will ship out to all subscribers, distributors and everyone else by May 20th.
     Subscriptions and pre-orders are strongly encouraged to get in before then as there will be delays in filling orders immediately after the first round ships.

Here's the list of goods below, anything you don't see and want to inquire about, email the address above.

  1. BAGR shirt: pre-order closes on Wednesday April 27th
  2. BAGR subscription: starts with no 3.
  3. BAGR pack: single copy of issues 1, 2 and 3.
  4. B&G Press pack: single copy of every title.
  5. BAGR 1&2: single copy of each. International option available.
  6. BAGR 1&2 plus subscription
  7. BAGR 1&2 bulk orders
  8. Single copy of BAGR3. International option available.
The links:
  1. BAGR shirt. Pre-order closes on Wednesday April 27th. Will ship mid-May.
    Black shirt, khaki print. Sizes small-xxxlarge. $20 ppd within the US.
    1. DONE

  2. BAGR Subscription: starts with no 3. International options available.

  3. Tiers
  4. BAGR pack: single copy of issues 1, 2, and 3: $18 ppd US addresses only.
  5. B&G Press pack: single copy of every title.
    Origins: John Zerzan Reader
    For Wildness and Anarchy
     - Kevin Tucker
    Liminal: A Novella - Natasha Alvarez
    Black and Green Review no's 1, 2 & 3
  6. BAGR 1&2: single copy of each. International option available.

  7. Region
  8. BAGR 1&2 + Subscription.

  9. 1 or 2 years
  10. BAGR 1&2 bulk orders

  11. Options
  12. Single copy of BAGR3. International option available.

  13. Region

Sunday, April 17, 2016

Help us distribute Black and Green Review!

We will continue to find ways to reduce the cost and expenses of Black and Green Review and other Black and Green Press titles, but in the meantime, we'll just put them out there as cheap as we possibly can. To keep things moving forward, we're offering Black and Green Review below cost to help get more copies out there.
If you're interested in buying other Black and Green Press titles, please contact us at blackandgreenpress [a} gmail so we can work something out. 
Note that purchases can be made on someone else's behalf. If you want to donate to infoshops, just make sure to put the correct recipient in the shipping information. 

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