International reports from last Mayday’s pro-immigrant rallies! Analysis of the Bush regime’s strategy to promote terrorism worldwide! Discussion of the latest wave of federal repression! Testimony from a convicted anti-war arsonist! Anarchist perspectives on and reports from the struggle against domestic violence! A tell-all interview with notorious graffiti artist(s) BORF! A shocking exposé on German pro-Zionist lunatics! A how-to guide to funneling resources out of universities! A spy’s-eye-view of immigrant labor in factory farming! A narrow escape from the flaming Pentagon on September 11, 2001! A history of direct action and rioting in queer liberation struggles! A cartoon recounting the riots at the canceled World Bank conference in Barcelona! A mad-lib for radicals with poor social skills! A satirical guide to writing reviews! Visionary storytelling, technical advice on computer security, eulogies and poster designs and more, more, more!—You guessed it, Rolling Thunder #3 is out, practically on schedule. We’re now soliciting stencil designs and graffiti documentation for the next issue—visit the Bulletin Board for details.
Also, we’ve sold out of the first printing of Raegan Butcher’s Stone Hotel. While we may reprint it in the future, we’re making it available as a PDF in the meantime. Reading books on a computer screen is bad enough, but this will have to do for now. Raegan’s finely-printed second book, Rusty String Quartet, consisting of 264 poems in 340 pages, is still available in its first printing of 2000 copies.