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Pitches due February 28, 2013. First draft due March 29, 2013.
We are currently looking for story ideas for ISSUE FIFTEEN, which will be released in June 2013. If you have an idea for a story you would like to see published in our journal, please send us a one-page pitch by Thursday, February 28, 2013. In addition to the pitch, please submit a short writing sample (max 1,000 words).
The World is Changing and UTA is Changing with it: A Statement from the UTA Editorial Committee
One week before she began serving a 16th month sentence related to her participation in organizing the G20 protests, UTA sat down with Amanda Hiscocks for a wide ranging discussion about her situation as a political prisoner and her analysis of the fallout of state repression against those organizing against the G20 summit in Toronto in 2010. This interview will be published in a forthcoming issue of UTA, but we are making the raw audio available here so that activists can get a better a sense of Mandy’s assessment of the features of state repression and what needs to be done to support the G20 political prisoners.
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Earlier this month, Upping the Anti received an open letter from Derrick Jensen regarding John Sanbonmatsu’s review of Lierre Keith’s book, The Vegetarian Myth. John Sanbonmatsu’s response to Jensen’s letter is below. As always, the views represented herein are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of the Editorial Committee or Advisory Board. Also as usual, please feel free to send us emails to uppingtheanti (at) gmail.com with all your thoughts and responses. We will be posting Sanbonmatsu’s original article from UTA 12 shortly.
In September we received the following open letter from Derrick Jensen. After much debate, the Editorial Committee has decided to publish the full, unedited letter online. As with all pieces published in Upping the Anti, the views expressed here are those of the author alone, and do not necessarily reflect the opinions or views of the Editorial Committee nor the Advisory Board. We invite responses to all of our content, this being no exception. Send all emails to uppingtheanti (at) gmail.com.
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Upping the Anti invites you to celebrate the launch of Issue 12 of the journal. May 6.
Upping the Anti invites you to two talks celebrating the release of “Sparking A Worldwide Energy Revolution: Social Struggles in the
Transition to a Post-Petrol World,” edited by Kolya Abramsky.