6 Responses to “Contact”

  1. Juliet Schor Says:

    Dear Kevin,
    Congratulations on your new book. Have you see Plenitude, my new book? It covers much of this ground (in more condensed form), but at least from your TOC, I think we’re making some v similar arguments. You can ask Vinay Gupta or Marcin Jakubowski about it–It would be great if you added me to your blogroll ( and I’ll be happy to promote your book as well as soon as I’ve had a chance to read it.
    Where do you live? Juliet

  2. freemarketanticapitalist Says:

    Thanks, Juliet. Your book’s been on my reading list since I saw it referenced on OSE’s blog. I’ll have to check out what Vinay said, as well. I just added you to my blogroll. I live in NW Arkansas. I’m glad the book caught your interest! If you want a review copy, just contact me by email with shipping details.

  3. Petros Says:

    I am slowly but surely getting through your book. Is seems to me that it gets nicely along the Murray Bookchin’s Ecology of Freedom and in general — his communalism. What is your position on that?

  4. Petros Says:

    I see what you mean. On my modest scale, I try to explore the ideas of a networked society, as you may see in my articles and

    Currently I am involved in supporting Rojava Autonomy in Northern Syria (, which seems to be a great example of prefiguration along the line of your (and Bookchin’s) thinking.
    As for Kropotkin, I know him mostly due to his writings on anarchist ethics, also as a source of inspiration for Polish anarcho-cooperativist movement. It will be pleasure to get deeper into his works.

    I will need some time to go through your book, but I will surely get back to you as soon as I finish it. If you, meanwhile, decide to have your book translated into Polish, Russian or German, please count me in. With my partner we have certain experience in this respect.

    • freemarketanticapitalist Says:

      Thanks for the links, and for your offer of translating help. I can’t afford to pay a translator, but anyone who wishes to translate my work on an open-source basis is free to distribute it as they see fit.

      I find the Rojava social experiment very inspiring and exciting.

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