Tuesday, December 20, 2011

M. Corbeau's Gallery of Rogues


‎"M. CORBEAU’S Gallery of ROGUES" is the monthly miscellany of radical auto/biography that I'm hoping to launch about January 15, 2012. I've said that I won't release an issue until I have three ready to print, so there are minimal hassles with subscriptions and standing orders. I'm just a couple of dozen pages of translation from that point, and feeling pretty good about how things are coming together. Here are tentative contents for those first three issues.
 

M. CORBEAU’S Gallery of ROGUES

#1
 
1. Shawn P. Wilbur—“Who was Eliphalet Kimball?” (with texts and working bibliography)
2. Charles Malato—“Some Anarchist Portraits”
3. Shawn P. Wilbur—“Josiah Warren: A Most Unlikely Internationalist” (with articles)
4. Dio Lewis—On Lysander Spooner’s eating habits
5. The Worcester Spy—On William Batchelder Greene
6. “Bolton Hall, the Man and His Books”
7. Clippings: Louise Michel
8. The People of the Comune: Jules Allix
9. Paul Adam—“Eulogy for Ravachol”
10. Serial story—“Ravachol: The Man with the Dynamite”

#2

1. Shawn P. Wilbur—“Calvin Blanchard!!” (with “My Undertaking and Its Auspices,” miscellany and working bibliography)
2. Elbert Hubbard—“Max Stirner” & “I Am an Anarkist”
3. Maximilien Buffenoir—“Feminism in Lyon before 1848,”—I
4. J. Wm. Lloyd—“Gordak the Poet”
5. Shawn P. Wilbur—Josiah Warren and Spiritualism
6. Two Poems on Equitable Commerce
7. Claude Pelletier: Atercracy (and Artificial Flowers)
8. “Write, Let Children Starve:” The Strange Case of the Brokaws
9. Octave Mirbeau on Ravachol
10. Serial story—“Ravachol: The Man with the Dynamite”

#3

1. Shawn P. Wilbur—“Lewis and Ann Masquerier” (with miscellany and working bibliography)
2. Emma Goldman—Was My Life Worth Living?
3. Maximilien Buffenoir—“Feminism in Lyon before 1848,”—II
4. Bessie Greene—A Miscellany
5. C. L. James and the “Vindication of Anarchism”
6. Charles Keller—“Their Poor Reasons” (poem) [to Andre Leo]
7. Benjamin R. Tucker—On Clement M. Hammond
8. Anselme Bellegarrigue, “Minister plenipotentiary of the Republic of San-Salvador”
9. Anarchist prisoners in French penal colonies
10. Serial story—“Ravachol: The Man with the Dynamite”

Issue 4 is likely to be a Mother Earth issue, with the majority of the material drawn from that magazine.

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