New York: The Mackay Society, 1978. Offset. 6 1⁄2 x 8 1⁄2 in. Saddle- stapled in illustrated wraps. 24 pp. Very good. Item #5799
Mark A. Sullivan began “The Storm” in 1976 and formed The Mackay Society around 1982. As stated in issue 9/10, “The purpose of The Storm has been from the beginning to explore and advocate anarchy — life without compulsory authority. In the execution of this purpose, we have criticized authority as it is embodied in the corporate-state.” This issue focuses on gay liberation and sexual anarchy, and includes detailed articles on Emma Goldman and John Henry Mackay, as well as other explorations of how gay rights figure within the anarchist and libertarian struggles.
A detailed and thoughtful document exploring the links between two overlapping discourses of liberation - gay and anarchist movements.