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Primal Anarchy Podcast
76 minutes | Jul 27, 2021
Episode 29: Rewilding Podcast Mashup w/ Peter Michael Bauer
Primal Anarchy Podcast Episode 29: Rewilding Podcast Mashup with Peter Michael BauerJuly 27, 2021Some brief housecleaning: announcing KT’s other podcast, These Old Dogs, on 90/00s anarchist and punk scenes. More stuff in the works and hopefully more regular episodes coming up soon. Second half of a discussion between Natasha and Peter Michael Bauer of The Rewilding Podcast (first half is on the Rewilding Podcast, so check that out). Talking about rewilding, the term, what it has been, what it is, what it can and can not be. Working with kids, working with the land, and more.
106 minutes | Apr 18, 2021
Episode 28: Whiteness and Civilization
Episode 28: Whiteness and CivilizationApril 18, 2021Housecleaning. Apologies about the absence, doing the best we can. Talking a little bit about some of what Kevin has been going through over the last year, particularly dissociative identity disorder. A bit more here: https://www.gofundme.com/trauma-healing-and-recovery Going over a bit of what has been going on the last year in terms of the veneer of white supremacy slipping and what that says about civilization. How whiteness embodies the entitlement of the colonizer. Talk a bit about Cull of Personality and questions of representation. The scourge of white liberals and the racism of Stephen Harrod Buhner. Looking at issues in the worlds of rewilding, white herbalism, and more. Talking about systems and the nature of abuse over just focusing on how we save ourselves.
143 minutes | Apr 18, 2021
Episode 27: Interview with Klee Benally
Primal Anarchy Podcast, Episode 27: Interview with Klee BenallyApril 18, 2021In this episode, Natasha and Kevin have a lengthy discussion with Klee Benally of Indigenous Action (indigenousaction.org). Klee needs little introduction, but he’s been involved for decades in a number of campaigns and projects, offering a long standing critical voice and role at the forefront of anticolonial resistance. We clear the air about issues in the anti-civilization milieu and about the interplay of accomplices and resistance. The nature of colonialism and civilization. Unsettling, decolonization, anticolonialism, and landback.
109 minutes | May 24, 2020
Primal Anarchy Podcast 26: Interview with Deana Dartt
Primal Anarchy Podcast Episode 26: Interview with Deana DarttMay 25, 2020House keeping: Book club and upcoming meeting, first book is Terra Nullius by Sven Lindqvist. 15% of all of our sales still going to Indigenous Mutual Aid, please toss them some support (indigenousmutualaid.org). Kickstarter underway, will be up anytime. We continue our ongoing conversation about primal anarchy and the nature of resistance to civilization and domestication with Deana Dartt, PhD. Deana is Coastal Chumash and Mestiza. Her work is focused on decolonization and indigenization, raising Indigenous voices and experiences back into the lands and narratives that sought to erase them. She has worked with everything from museum curators to activist groups to push forward this necessary discussion. She also shares our enthusiasm for bridging gaps between decolonization and anti-civilization. Listen up, you’ll like it. More importantly, you’ll learn from it. Support Deana’s work at liveoaknative.com.
127 minutes | May 16, 2020
Primal Anarchy Podcast 25: What is Primal Anarchy?
Primal Anarchy Podcast Episode 25: What is Primal Anarchy?May 16, 2020House keeping: Indigenous Mutual Aid benefit still going on at blackandgreenpress.org, reminder on the book club, coronavirus, collapse and conspiracy theories, no town criers left to announce when civ is collapsed. Talk about the upcoming Kickstarter campaign for Natasha’s new book, Rites of Passage, and the second, revised edition of Origins, the John Zerzan Reader. Liminal audiobook is coming, read by Ryan Morgan of Misery Signals, with a sample played. Natasha talks a bit about Liminal. Then jumping full on into our ongoing discussion about what is primal anarchy. The implications of anarchy being our natural state and refusing the politics of negation and negating politics. Time to throw out the Western tradition.
102 minutes | May 3, 2020
Primal Anarchy Podcast 24: Coronavirus and Collapse
House cleaning, falling a little behind in a pandemic can happen. What’s what with Black and Green; upcoming Kickstarter, new address (POB 36 Denver, PA 17517), Natasha’s medicinals and consulting, and announcing the book club! First book: Terra Nullius by Sven Lindqvist. Plugging a recent interview with Solecast and needing to be done with the Western traditions of resistance. The big coronavirus and collapse rundown: falling down the lead of a narcissist and how it contributes to the chaos we’re all feeling. The rising tide of fascism and the withering veneer of white fragility over white supremacy. Mutual aid and colonialism, call out for support for the Indigenous Mutual Aid network: indigenousmutualaid.org. Natasha reads her poem, Making Pancakes. Talking about the Gospel of Empire and getting work out farther and wider.
87 minutes | Dec 6, 2019
Primal Anarchy Podcast 23: Ruins and Remains
Primal Anarchy Podcast Episode 23: Ruins and RemainsDecember 6, 2019House cleaning: listener feedback. Talking about the trouble with words and particularly problematic ones: community can be iffy, but tribes is a no go. Book clubs and online courses? Feed us your feedback and ideas. Field trip report back: Cahokia. Natasha and Kevin check in on their on going ruins tour with Cahokia, the Mississippian civilization that collapsed around 1250 AD. Talking about ruins and the final days before collapse, then discussing the nature of collapse in general. Kickstarter campaign: talking a bit about our two upcoming books; Origins - A John Zerzan Primer and Natasha’s Rites of Passage. Reading a bit from the intro of Origins and then Natasha talks poetry and reads a couple pieces from Rites. Discussing the remains of the wild on display in museums and the pathology of treating corpses like trophies, displayed unceremoniously. B&Gs books for closing out 2019, supporting our work and why.
99 minutes | Nov 26, 2019
Primal Anarchy Podcast 22: Primal Anarchy Podcast 2.0
Primal Anarchy Podcast Episode 22November 26, 2019Now back to our irregularly scheduled programming… Meet our co-host, Natasha Tucker! For Wildness and Anarchy is finally out! Talking about the book and how Black and Green does second editions. The Kickstarter debacle nearing its end. Looking ahead to 2020 and twenty years of Black and Green. What’s coming up for the podcast, looming interview episodes, expanding the networks and branching out our work, plus books on the horizon. Talking about the reason why we do the work we do, the nature of isolation in civilization, rampant depression and feeling broken. Upcoming books and fundraisers about to launch for the second edition of Origins: A John Zerzan Reader and Natasha’s new book, Rites of Passage. Discussion about Natasha’s work and approaches, plus the book.
60 minutes | Jun 20, 2019
Primal Anarchy Podcast 21: A Message from the Unsponsored
Podcast housecleaning, listener questions. Excerpt from interview with Patty Stonefish of Arming Sisters on MMIW, the continued prevalence of settler violence, and man camps. You definitely need to listen to this. Discussing the failed “business” aspect of Black & Green, but why it’s done the way that it is. Info about the upcoming fundraiser, second edition of For Wildness and Anarchy. Plus the depressing numbers about book costs.
72 minutes | Jun 11, 2019
Primal Anarchy Podcast 20: Ship of Fools?
June 11, 2019Podcast housecleaning. Talking about the upcoming revised and expanded second edition of For Wildness and Anarchy, reading the new introduction. A little more book talk and Daniel Immerwahr’s How to Hide an Empire. Ted Kaczynski and the Ship of Fools. Sorry everyone, Ted is an awful writer and worse thinker. The revolutionary reductionism and hope for a singular focus. It’s impossible and stupid, civilization is the entire picture and if we don’t account for the details, we miss the whole thing. Outro music: Burning Empires - Emerging Primal.
85 minutes | May 11, 2019
Primal Anarchy Podcast 19: Writing and Writhing
Episode 19: May 12, 2019A little different than the usual ranting and raving, taking a look my own writing process and approach. The sadistic compulsion that is writing. Notes to a 20 year old me. Notes for people thinking about getting involved in writing. What I’m looking at when people send submissions for the journal. And a lot of thoughts about how I approach writing, what is and is not important, and a constant reminder of the sad truth: there are no shortcuts.
103 minutes | Apr 8, 2019
Primal Anarchy Podcast 18: Book Recommendations, Part 3
Episode 18: Book recommendations, Part 3April 8, 2019The trilogy of book recommendations finally concludes. Wild Resistance no 6 is finally out now, plus information on issue no 7 and call for papers. The heavily revised and expanded second edition of For Wildness and Anarchy is nearly done, hopefully will be printer bound within the next few months. Fiction book recommendations, and a reason for the lack thereof. Reader requests: US history recommendations and kid’s book. A plug for Gathered Remains and Cull of Personality. History recommendations. Thoughts on a couple key (or not) anarchist books. And then a quick run through of the massive world of anthropological book recommendations: cultural anthropology, overviews, ethnographies, ethnohistory, and anthropological looks at war.
119 minutes | Feb 28, 2019
Primal Anarchy Podcast 17: Politics of Representation and Book Recommendations Pt 2
House cleaning and introduction. The Cull of Personality is out now, discussion about the politics of representation and building narratives without owning other people. Lilia reads the first chapter, ‘A Shallow Grave.’ Wild Resistance no 6 will be here any day, information about the new issue. For Wildness and Anarchy expanded second edition updates. Getting back to work on Of Gods and Country. Greg Grandin’s The End of the Myth and the nature of the American identity. The frontier versus the border in terms of the colonial imagination. Eco-feminist book recommendations and the innate power of the medical industry. Mythologies of civilization’s progress. Anti-missionary book recommendations. Indigenous narrative book recommendations and the complexities of representation. Indigenous resistance versus revolutionary, from the view point of an Apache child during the Apache Wars.
95 minutes | Jan 9, 2019
Primal Anarchy Podcast 16: Book Recommendations, Part 1
Episode 16: Book Recommendations, Part 1. January 9, 2019House cleaning and announcements: Black and Green Podcast is now Primal Anarchy Podcast, Black and Green Review is now Wild Resistance. New book announcement, Cull of Personality: Ayahuasca, Colonialism and the Death of a Healer, e-book out now, print books in hand later this month. Thoughts on primal anarchy vs anarcho-primitivism. Get pissed about what is happening to the Unist’ot’en. Madhusree Mukerjee on the Sentinelese killing missionary John Chau. Book recommendations, part 1: your anti-civ library. You’re welcome nerds. - A Nerd.
55 minutes | Oct 3, 2018
B&G Podcast 15: BAGR Roundtable Discussion
Had the pleasure of swinging by Eugene, Oregon to meet up at John Zerzan's house last weekend along with five other current and former editors of Black and Green Review to talk about the journal, direction, discussion about the anarchist milieu and anti-civ discussion. Featuring John Zerzan, Evan Cestari, Lilia, Cliff Hayes, and Yank.
47 minutes | Sep 27, 2018
B&G Podcast readings: The Suffocating Void by Kevin Tucker
'The Suffocating Void' by Kevin Tucker. From Gathered Remains. Read by Ryan Morgan.
59 minutes | Sep 27, 2018
B&G Podcast readings: Feral Revisions by Kevin Tucker
A reading of Kevin Tucker's essay 'Feral Revisions' from Black and Green Review no 5.
98 minutes | Sep 23, 2018
B&G Podcast 14: Cults and Personalities
A brief response on a 1991 school book on explorers. Focusing on cults and how civilization demands people be broken via domestication. Starting with the NXIVM cult. Reading from ‘Society Without Strangers’ and talk of neoteny. How primal anarchy shapes us, how domestication breaks us, how civilization requires us to be broken, and how cults and gurus can come in to prey on the remnants. Yoga gurus and sexual predation. Other human failures. And the reaping of toxic masculinity among Operation Werewolf and other parasites.
84 minutes | Sep 14, 2018
B&G Podcast 13: Using Tools, Becoming Tools
Episode 13: Using Tools, Becoming ToolsSpecial edition: Using Tools, Becoming Tools. Technology and civilization, or why I can't stop hating Elon Musk and all the delusion that empowered him. Techno-colonialism. The beauty of stone tools, the horror of technology, and the victims of civilization.
94 minutes | Sep 6, 2018
B&G Podcast 12: States of War, Wars of States
Black and Green Podcast 12: 9-6-2018.Podcast housecleaning, giving call in messages a shot. Supporting Black & Green. A bit about Of Gods and Country. Pinker, Chagnon, sociobiologists and their retelling of violence as a revisionist form of human history to bury our actual nature. Warfare and conquest. Seeing domestication in minutiae vs bigger picture. Guayaki brand yerba mate and their site cleansing, follow up to episode 8, renewed attacks. Limits of boycotts and attacking industry. Depression palate cleanser. Reading from Of Gods on the Ache.
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