A project in Queens, NY by Commune Magazine

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a popular magazine for a new era of revolution
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Dates: Oct 18th -> Nov 8th (22 days)
Project By: Commune Magazine
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Latest News

Commune. For a Life Worth Living.

November 6th - via:
We are forty-eight hours from the end of our kickstarter. We began this project without any certainty about whether or not we could succeed, whether or not there really was hunger for a magazine like ours. The response so far has exceeded even our... (Read More)

The German Revolution at 100

November 5th - via:
One hundred years ago this month, German sailors and soldiers exhausted by a long, pointless imperialist war mutinied. The shock waves spread throughout Germany, bringing the tottering government to its knees. For a moment, the transformation of the... (Read More)

Kim Stanley Robinson: "Dystopias Now"

November 2nd - via:
The world is looking pretty dystopian right now, we admit, as Trump dials up the white nationalism in advance of the November elections, as fascist terror stalks the streets, and as Brazil enters into a dangerous new era. But we think it’s the... (Read More)

Commune Reviews

October 31st - via:
On the website today you can find the first of our review articles from Issue 1, an examination of two books about Appalachia by Commune contributing editor Juliana Spahr. The review section of the magazine is edited expertly by Joshua Clover, who... (Read More)

New Article on Bolsonaro

October 25th - via:
Ele Não (Not Him) protest September 29 A quarterly print journal allows time for reflection on relevant topics, but it can't really function as a space for commentary on current events as they unfold. At Commune, we know there is a need for sharp... (Read More)

Commune and Climate Change

October 22nd - via:
art by Josine Velasco It’s a new week, Commune’s second week in the world, and we have a new feature article up on the website. When the editorial collective first began planning the magazine, we drew up a list of topics we wanted to focus on.... (Read More)

Stretch Goals!

October 21st - via:
We are stunned to have reached our initial fundraising target in just 48 hours. We knew there was a need for a magazine like Commune, but we are still surprised by the speed at which it has all happened. We are immensely grateful, and committed to... (Read More)

Introducing Premonitions

October 19th - via:
After a grueling few days of work, the Commune editors have spent most of the morning in an excited daze, sending astonished messages to our friends, but we’re now ready to trudge back to the Commune cave and set to work. We’re awestruck by the... (Read More)

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