Total Destruction

From ZineWiki

Revision as of 16:55, 8 September 2010 by Dantenen (Talk | contribs)
(diff) ←Older revision | Current revision (diff) | Newer revision→ (diff)
Jump to: navigation, search
Cover of the first issue of Total Destruction.
Cover of the first issue of Total Destruction.

Total Destruction is a "straightedge fanzine against the ruling social order" made in Lexington, KY. It features news articles, essays, interviews, and reviews. It has covered such topics as straightedge, communist theory, queer separatism, and animal liberation. In issue #4 the zine took a turn away from activism and politics and moved in a more 'nihilist' direction, reprinting 'The Impotence of Revolutionary Groups' by Sam Moss and discussing the writings of Monsieur Dupont. Total Destruction has been attacked on the Libcom internet forum (Libcom) and reviewed positively in several publications. The editor and creator is also the editor of a journal called Letters.

Contents

List of Issues

Issue #1: January/February 2006

The inaugural issue featured essays on extremism, straightedge, and a overall review of Crimethinc publications.

Issue #2: Summer 2006

The only half page issue. It featured interviews with Bonfire Madigan from the Icarus Project and (former) animal liberation prisoner Peter Young.

Issue #3: March 2007

There is a general queer theme to this issue that features news items about inspiring crime, a critical essay about prisoner support, and an editorial from the editor of Out From the Shadows.

Issue #4: Summer 2007

This issue featured columns from a variety of authors exclusively and carried the inverted Crimethinc slogan "the future is unwritten - expect failure". (Download PDF)

External Link

Personal tools