Desert is a gloves-off assault on optimism and the hope of 'saving' the world, coming from a strong green anarchist perspective. It asks the question, what does it mean to be an anarchist, or an environmentalist, when there is no longer any hope that the world can go back to a pre-tech state, when the goal is no longer working toward a global revolution and social/ecological sustainability? In some ways, this is the equivalent of Dupont's Nihilist Communism for a green anarchist audience.
"I have written Desert as a nature loving anarchist primarily addressing others with similar feelings. As a result I have not always explained ideas to which I hold when they are, to some extent, givens within many anarchist and radical environmental circles. Hopefully I have written in an accessible enough manner, so even if you don’t come from this background you will still find Desert readable."
8.5 x 5.5 inches
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