Publications

BLACK AND GREEN PRESS BOOKS:
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BG01: Species Traitor No. 4 (2005)
An irregularly published insurrectionary anarcho-primitivist journal edited by Kevin Tucker. 
192 pages, printed on recycled paper.
SOLD OUT

BG02: Origins: A John Zerzan Reader - John Zerzan (2010)
Forword by Kevin Tucker
This reader includes the most fundamental and groundbreaking work from John over the past three decades collected in a single source. These essays are an overview of the roots of civilization and their impacts on humanity and the earth. 192 pages, printed on recycled paper.

BG03: For Wildness and Anarchy - Kevin Tucker (2010)
The second book, 'For Wildness and Anarchy' is a collection of essays from Kevin Tucker (BG03/FC008). This book collects essential essays from anarcho-primitivist Kevin Tucker, originally printed over the last decade in Green Anarchy, Species Traitor, Green Anarchist, Black Clad Messenger, and more. 288 pages, printed on recycled paper.
SOLD OUT! Second edition coming in 2018.

BG04: Liminal: a Novella by Natasha Alvarez. (2014)
liminal is a novella that grabs you by the heart and brings you down into that uncomfortable space between love, rewilding, and the suffocating despair of a civilization in decline. An activist dedicates herself to a deed to undo the means of power becomes a mother and lover in the meantime. Through joy and sorrow, the question is asked: what would you do? Powerful, moving, and compelling, this novella covers it all.
Foreword by Kevin Tucker.
80 pages, printed on recycled paper.
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BG05: Black and Green Review, no 1. Spring 2015
Black and Green Review is a new anarcho-primitivist journal focused on pushing anti-civilization discussion and thought. Issue 1 features essays by Kevin Tucker, John Zerzan, Steve Kirk, and more.
Book format. 

128 pages, printed on recycled paper. 
ISBN 0-9972017-0-3
SOLD OUT. You can download this issue here: https://archive.org/details/BlackAndGreenReview1EV


BG06: Black and Green Review, no 2. Fall 2015
Continuing on from number one with plenty of fire. Pushing anti-civilization discussion and thought. Featuring essays by Kevin Tucker, John Zerzan, Steve Kirk, Four Legged Human, Cliff Hayes and more.
128 pages, printed on recycled paper.
ISBN 978-0-9972017-1-0
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BG07: Black and Green Review, no 3. Spring 2016.
216 pages, printed on recycled paper.
ISBN: 0-9972017-2-X
Pushing anti-civilization discussion and thought. Essays by Kevin Tucker, Four Legged Human, John Zerzan, Ian Smith, interviews with Josh Harper, Richard Heinberg, Lauren Regan and BC green anarchists plus much more.
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BG08: Black and Green Review, no 4. Winter 2016.
ISBN: 0-9972017-3-8
216 pages, printed on recycled paper.
Pushing anti-civilization discussion and thought. Essays by Kevin Tucker, Four Legged Human, John Zerzan, Ian Smith, Cliff Hayes, Sky Hiatt, Sine Cultus, and more.
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BG09: Anything Can Happen by Fredy Perlman. (2017)
ISBN: 978-0-9972017-4-1
168 pages, printed on recycled paper.
Reprinting the classic 1992 Phoenix Press edition of Fredy's key essays from 1968-1984. 
Introduction by Kevin Tucker. 



BG10: Black and Green Review no 5. (January 2018)
ISBN: 0-9972017-5-4
280 pages, printed on recycled paper.
The finest in anti-civilization critique and praxis. Essays from Kevin Tucker, John Zerzan, Four Legged Human, Cliff Hayes, Ian Smith, and Story Teller. Featuring interviews with Klee Benally, Nora Gedgaudas, and Gay Bradshaw.


COMING SOON:



BG11: Gathered Remains: Essays on Wildness, Domestication, Community and Resistance by Kevin Tucker (Winter/Spring 2018)
ISBN: 0-9972017-6-2
344 pages, printed on recycled paper.
A new collection of essays from anarcho-primitivist Kevin Tucker focusing on how our innate wildness is channeled by domestication into supporting the civilization that holds us back as captives.


Roots: A Field Guide to Anarcho-Primitivism by Kevin Tucker (2018)
Roots is many things at once: part introduction, part primer, part FAQ, part manifesto, and resources. Roots is an overview of the AP critique and the directions it is headed in with enough grit to set a lot of misconceptions straight and answer a lot of common questions from the good ones to the horrible ones.
Coming in 2018.

For Wildness and Anarchy by Kevin Tucker (2nd edition)

IN THE WORKS: 


  • Of Gods and Country: the Domestication of our World - Kevin Tucker
  • Black and Green Review no 6


PAMPHLETS:
All pamphlets are in PDF form and laid out to print front and back.



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