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The Giants Won and Capitalism Is the Loss

[This piece was originally published online, with my gratitude, in Fireworks, a Bay Area anarchist news magazine, at]
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When Unicorns Speak

This piece originally appeared at on my blog, Outside the Circle, where you can sign up to receive notices when I post new writing. As always, enjoy, share, reprint, post, tweet . . . as long as it’s free as in “free beer” and “freedom.”

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Just Another Day in SF's Mission

This post originally appeared on my blog, Outside the Circle, at, where you can sign to receive notification of my future writings.
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Fight for the City: Exploring Our Own Sites of Building

This piece originally appeared on my blog, at If you'd like to join in the conversation I'm suggesting, do so on my blog post and/or in the Facebook post listed within this piece.
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Grief Can Be Subversive

This was originally posted on my blog, "Outside the Circle," at, where you can sign up to receive notifications of future writings.
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Unpalatable Celebrations

This piece originally appeared on my personal blog, Outside the Circle, at Head over there to sign up for announcements whenever I post new pieces, and/or feel free to share this one.
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Google Will Never Be a "Good Neighbor"; We Need to Be Our Own Best Hope

Note: This piece was originally published on Fireworks, a Bay Area anarchist newspaper, at

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Organizing Social Spaces as If Social Relations Matter

This essay was originally published, as a shorter version, in ROAR Magazine, "an online journal of the radical imagination providing grassroots perspectives from the front-lines of the global struggle for real democracy," at
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Ghost Stories from SF: Art Mirrors Life

This piece was originally posted on my blog at, where you'll find other writings and can sign up to get my latest pieces.
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The Power to Stay: Magical Realism from SF's Mission

This tale of fears, facts, and the fantastical was originally posted on Cindy Milstein's Outside the Circle blog at Please feel free to share and repost. And if you like this piece, get a copy of Cindy's book, picture-essays with Erik Ruin, on PM Press: Paths toward Utopia: Graphic Explorations of Everyday Anarchism.
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