Anyone got any recommendations for anarchist-themed literature? Pic related (though I'm not a huge sci-fi fan).
All the butthurt in /lit/ is fantastic.
OP, its rather hard for me to name any fiction books that represent anarchism well but I would look into some anthropology stuff on how different primitive tribes govern themselves as that can be quite interesting from an anarchist standpoint.
Here is wiki's list of anarchist literature:
I've heard of the Monkey Wrench Gang but never read it, but I do recommend TinTin: Breaking Free for a good laugh.
Iain M Banks' Culture novels are sometimes said to be anarchist, but personally i think they show life under a benign machine dictatorship. it's not like the Culture is run by a bunch of scruffy 20-something guys with randomly dyed hair and a circled A on their t-shirts.
>implying anarcho-syndicalism/libertarian-socialism isn't anarchism
this is worse than the Murikans who insist that if there aren't corporations given unfetted freedom to do whatever they like then its not anarchism
The Short Summer of Anarchy, a German essayst trying to create a narrative of the life of a Catalan anarchist by mixing second-hand sources and pseudo-philosophical mini essays. It's way better than it sounds, believe me.
Also this, to some extent
tl;dr spooky ghosts