Anomie aims to create new directions in Anarchist thought for the 21st Century. We believe that it is possible to redefine and rejuvenate Anarchism’s social and political sacred cows. We welcome any contributions that seek to critique different forms of power and politics, whether it be through poetry, prose, art or essay. This is a standalone publication.

Submissions can be based on any topic, so long as they cover some aspect of the changed outlook of Anarchism in the 21st Century. Furthermore, essays, poetry and illustrations/cartoons will be welcome We welcome We especially are looking for female authors, or those from the LGBTQ community. The word limit for each paper should be 800.

Scripts should be submitted to in the format of a word document. The font used for submissions should be Arial font, size 12.

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Posted by:anomiezine Anomie: noun ˈa-nə-mē Social instability resulting from a breakdown of standards and values; also : personal unrest, alienation, and uncertainty that comes from a lack of purpose or ideals. According to French sociologist Émile Durkheim, Anomie occurs when the surrounding society has undergone significant changes in its economic fortunes, whether for better or for worse and, more generally, when there is a significant discrepancy between the ideological theories and values commonly professed and what was actually achievable in everyday life.We believe that we live in an neo-liberal and nihilist epoch and that by spreading the ideas of Libertarian-Socialism through our zine and Podcast we can do our bit to challenge the politics of greed and despair. We also hope to challenge Anarchism’s sacred cows and in so doing rejuvenate Anarchist thought that became constipated in the 20th century.

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