Writing on the web

Here are some links to a few bits I’ve written that have appeared on the web.

By far the longest of these is 47 Random Fragments of Unauthorised Hope and Despair, which I wrote in 2004-05, and was published online by The Porkbolter newsletter in Worthing.

As the name suggests, it consists of a number of (well, yes, 47) separate stories that together make up a whole.

These range from extremely short satirical ‘news stories’ to longer tales, but they are all bound together by central themes of freedom, authenticity and resistance.

At around the same time The Anarchist Library posted on its site an article of mine called Towards the End of the Week: The Tyranny of Time that originally apppeared in Green Anarchist.

More recently, in November 2009, I posted a poem/song called They All Wear Their Poppies With Pride on Indymedia and I was chuffed to see it appear on a few other sites as well.

Errr… that seems to be about it! Obviously I have written other stuff in the meantime, but it’s either been anonymous, collaborative, ephemeral or simply not good enough to inflict on anyone else.

I will post some previously unpublished material here at a later date. Like it or not!

Cheers

P@ul

About Paul Cudenec 142 Articles
Paul Cudenec is the author of The Anarchist Revelation; Antibodies, Anarchangels & Other Essays; The Stifled Soul of Humankind; Forms of Freedom; The Fakir of Florence; Nature, Essence & Anarchy and The Green One. All of these have been published by Winter Oak Press - www.winteroak.org.uk. He is also a member of Shoal Collective, a cooperative of independent writers and researchers, writing for social justice and a world beyond capitalism. He has contributed to publications such as Red Pepper, Green Anarchist and The Morning Star. His work has been described as "mind-expanding and well-written" by Permaculture magazine.

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