The Anarchists A Picture of Civilization at the Close of the Nineteenth Century
By: John Henry Mackay Autonomedia Black Triangle 202 pages CA$20 + S&H
John Henry Mackay (1864 – 1933) was a German anarchist writer and pioneer homosexual emancipationist. His sojourn to London in 1887 became the basis of his novel The Anarchists which won him world-wide fame. This illustrated memorial edition, translated from the German and edited by Mark A. Sullivan, includes essays by Gabriele Reuter, Hubert Kennedy, Edward Mornin, Sharon Presley and Peter Lamborn Wilson.