March 7, 2012
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In the past few weeks I have been getting several emails a day asking if we still publish the Anarcho-Syndicalist Review. We do, and as the previous post noted, a new issue (#57) went in the mail in early February. However, our web site has been taken down as a result of sabotage to our domain registration. Someone is working on trying to get this resolved, but without success thus far. In the meantime, a new domain (www.syndicalist.us) is now live. However, shortly after we got the site back to full operational status, it went dark as a result of hard drives being fried at our hosting service. We are now in the process of rebuilding the site. Much of our content is up now, and more will be going up on a daily basis. Once again, you can buy copies of ASR through the web site, though the interface is clunkier than before. Several books and pamphlets are also available. We are having problems figuring out how to make the architecture work so viewers can click through different layers of the site, for example from the Theory page to the articles we have posted. For some reason, WordPress help boards seem to think this is a strange thing for us to want, though it is of course the very basis of web architecture — our suspicion is that there is some specific lingo we need to learn before we can access the instructions on how to make this happen.
It is still possible to subscribe or to get copies. You can subscribe or order a sample issue using PayPal or a credit card at our interim web site: http://www:syndicalist.us Our mail service is uninterrupted, and so one can always write us (and send checks or money orders) at ASR, PO Box 42531, Philadelphia PA 19101. Our email also still works: email@example.com
ASR sample issues are $5. We’ll send the current issue unless you specify otherwise. An annual subscription is $15 ($17 internationally, though international postal rates seem to have almost doubled from #56 to the current issue, so we will have to revisit this soon).
ASR #58 is in the early stages of editing, and should go to press in June.
[This post has been edited and revised several times as we have been working through this problem, in order to reflect the current state of affairs]