More Stire Magazine

The latest edition of Stir Magazine has appeared, this time with a piece by Will on the Cowboys. The rest of the blurb goes thus:

The fifth issue features an interview about the Transition Network with ROB HOPKINS; an account of the criminalisation of Food Not Bombs by cofounder KEITH McHENRY, a look at the creative protests of Craftivism Wellington by LIZZY WILLMINGTON; an exploration of how sports teams can build communities around political ideas by WILL SIMPSON, member of THE EASTON COWBOYS; an article on the failure of centralised file sharing systems by FRANCO IACOMELLA; an interview about the The Common Ground Collective in New Orleans with cofounder SCOTT CROW; a map reading of the future of radical publishing by ANNE BEECH; a history of money and other ways of monetising our wealth by The New Economics Foundation’s DAVID BOYLE; a review of the new Transition 2.0 film showing communities printing their own money and growing food by CHARLOTTE DU CANN; a blog from activist IAN WESTMORELAND from TRANSITION HEATHROW about generating their own energy; a blog from PATRICK CHALMERS on why we can be the answer to the mainstream media; and the launch of the online radio show RADIO FREE EVERYBODY and a Q&A with MAT CALLAHAN.

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