Kevin Tucker is creating anarcho-primitivist/rewilding writings, books, and a podcast.
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I'm an anarcho-primitivist writer, author of Gathered Remains (2018) and For Wildness and Anarchy (2010), editor of Species Traitor journal (2000-2005), founding editor of Black and Green Review (2015-), I run Black and Green Press, and a number of related anti-civilization projects. In 2018 I started doing the Black & Green Podcast
I see civilization as innately endemic: it is mathematically, ecologically and socially impossible to sustain. The problem is that we're unable to see it that way. We've been trained to continually reiterate the values of civilization, particularly of this hyper-technological stage of Modernity. This is the domestication process.
     The upside of that is that this process has a beginning.
     We can see it in understanding how nomadic hunter-gatherer bands (our primal state) function and interact. We see it in the minutiae of changes in societies where some degree of sedentism or domestication take root. But we absolutely see it in comparing how civilizations arose, function and exist. This is a quantifiable assessment of a quantitative distinction.
     The domestication process has a beginning, but it has no end. It is a perpetual state. And it is a losing battle.
     Wildness surrounds us, it calls to us. Civilization is a collective attempt to thwart the wild and expand its own grasp: it is a war on wildness. Civilization may have the better arsenal, but it cannot sustain life. It cannot sustain itself.
     And we are better off without it. Sooner than later.

My goal is to focus on undermining that domestication process: to uphold wildness and combat the narratives that civilizers have instilled within us.
     That translates to writing, editing, interviewing others, helping encourage writers and projects to flush out their ideas and to bring more strength to their work. It means publishing under Black and Green Press and keeping Black and Green Review moving along strongly and quickly. It means undergoing the rewilding process and encouraging my daughters to explore wildness within their own lives. It means taking strides in hunter-gatherer subsistence and rewilding the place where our land project is. 
     I have a lot of projects in the works and a lot more coming along as well. Your contribution and support goes a long way to ensuring that these projects continue and that I can help push this milieu and anyone we can reach further towards the wild and hack at the grasp of the domestication cycle. 
     Doing these projects is what I love. It's what I care about. It's a drive that never fades even when it probably should. If you feel the same and want to see more coming out against civilization, for wildness, and for the earth, here is where you can contribute.

Thank you.
For wildness and anarchy,
KT
http://www.kevintucker.org
Tiers
The Giving Skeptic
$1 or more per month
Every little bit helps.
The Inner Circle-ish
$5 or more per month
I always have ideas for writings or something in the works and am in varying degrees of fleshing them out. Usually that's a whole lot at once. I'll do my best to keep you in the loop (if you're interested).
Publication Ground Team
$40 or more per month
Support at this level and I'll send you a copy of whatever physical publications I take part in as they come out. That includes Black and Green Review which comes out annually. 
Elite Attack Squad
$100 or more per month
Support at this level and you're helping take strides towards really getting these projects out and developing the ideas, critiques and praxis. You get a copy of any publication that I take part in and keep an open door to discussing current ideas and projects. 
I'm an anarcho-primitivist writer, author of Gathered Remains (2018) and For Wildness and Anarchy (2010), editor of Species Traitor journal (2000-2005), founding editor of Black and Green Review (2015-), I run Black and Green Press, and a number of related anti-civilization projects. In 2018 I started doing the Black & Green Podcast
I see civilization as innately endemic: it is mathematically, ecologically and socially impossible to sustain. The problem is that we're unable to see it that way. We've been trained to continually reiterate the values of civilization, particularly of this hyper-technological stage of Modernity. This is the domestication process.
     The upside of that is that this process has a beginning.
     We can see it in understanding how nomadic hunter-gatherer bands (our primal state) function and interact. We see it in the minutiae of changes in societies where some degree of sedentism or domestication take root. But we absolutely see it in comparing how civilizations arose, function and exist. This is a quantifiable assessment of a quantitative distinction.
     The domestication process has a beginning, but it has no end. It is a perpetual state. And it is a losing battle.
     Wildness surrounds us, it calls to us. Civilization is a collective attempt to thwart the wild and expand its own grasp: it is a war on wildness. Civilization may have the better arsenal, but it cannot sustain life. It cannot sustain itself.
     And we are better off without it. Sooner than later.

My goal is to focus on undermining that domestication process: to uphold wildness and combat the narratives that civilizers have instilled within us.
     That translates to writing, editing, interviewing others, helping encourage writers and projects to flush out their ideas and to bring more strength to their work. It means publishing under Black and Green Press and keeping Black and Green Review moving along strongly and quickly. It means undergoing the rewilding process and encouraging my daughters to explore wildness within their own lives. It means taking strides in hunter-gatherer subsistence and rewilding the place where our land project is. 
     I have a lot of projects in the works and a lot more coming along as well. Your contribution and support goes a long way to ensuring that these projects continue and that I can help push this milieu and anyone we can reach further towards the wild and hack at the grasp of the domestication cycle. 
     Doing these projects is what I love. It's what I care about. It's a drive that never fades even when it probably should. If you feel the same and want to see more coming out against civilization, for wildness, and for the earth, here is where you can contribute.

Thank you.
For wildness and anarchy,
KT
http://www.kevintucker.org

Recent posts by Kevin Tucker

Tiers
The Giving Skeptic
$1 or more per month
Every little bit helps.
The Inner Circle-ish
$5 or more per month
I always have ideas for writings or something in the works and am in varying degrees of fleshing them out. Usually that's a whole lot at once. I'll do my best to keep you in the loop (if you're interested).
Publication Ground Team
$40 or more per month
Support at this level and I'll send you a copy of whatever physical publications I take part in as they come out. That includes Black and Green Review which comes out annually. 
Elite Attack Squad
$100 or more per month
Support at this level and you're helping take strides towards really getting these projects out and developing the ideas, critiques and praxis. You get a copy of any publication that I take part in and keep an open door to discussing current ideas and projects.