The Raven: Anarchist Quarterly

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The Raven: Anarchist Quarterly
Categories Anarchism, politics
Frequency Quarterly
Founder Heiner Becker
First issue August 1987 (1987-August)
Final issue
— Number
2003 (2003)
Volume 11, Issue 3 / No. 43
Company Freedom Press
Country United Kingdom
Based in London
ISSN 0951-4066
OCLC number 16836879

The Raven: Anarchist Quarterly was a quarterly anarchist review founded in 1987 by Heiner Becker and consisting of 43 issues published by Freedom Press from 1987 to 2003.[1] Each edition usually focused on a specific issue such as food, health, economics, genetic engineering, psychology, land and so on, from an anarchist viewpoint. Contributors included Colin Ward and Nicolas Walter.

After a lull in the publishing of the review, in September 2003, Freedom Press announced that it would no longer be publishing The Raven. The Press cited both a review of costs (in a letter to Raven subscribers) and changes in the direction and content of the Freedom newspaper: "Our intention is that changes in this newspaper will allow it to do some of the more reflective work that was previously The Raven's lot."[2]

See also


  1. ^ "The Raven: Anarchist Quarterly (Front Covers) 1987-2003". Libcom. Retrieved 20 February 2017. 
  2. ^ Freedom 64 (17), 13 September 2003

External links

  • The Raven box set
  • Front covers for all 43 issues of The Raven
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