Articles Off-Line

Articles Not Available on the Web

Some of these have been collected in Confrontations or Hurt. For the rest, you just have to go find the original magazine. (Go to the library once in a while, why don’t ya?)

“A Defense of Contempt: The Kafkaesque Case of Matt Duran.” Counterpunch. October 1-15, 2012.

Holy Terror.” Geez. Summer 2012.

“The Untimely Death of ’50s Horror Comics.” Hustler. November 2011.

“The Spanish Civil War, Cartooning, and the Cultural Imagination: No Pasaran!, The Black Order Brigade, and Wolverine.” Anarcho-Syndicalist Review. Winter 2011.

“Disaster Politics.” Socialism and Democracy. July 2010.

“Fire the Cops [cartoon].” The Portland Alliance. Summer 2010.

“Lights, Camera. . . Book.” San Francisco. March 2010.

“No Solidarity with Police Union.” Portland Observer. January 4, 2010.

“Dorian Gray and the Moral Imagination.” The Common Review. Winter 2010.

“Reading Oscar’s Books [review].” Anarchy: A Journal of Desire Armed. 2010.

“The Anarchist Aphorist: Wilde and Gottesman, Paradox and Subversion.” Anarchist Studies. 2010.

“Saving Marriage from Itself [review].” Anarchy: A Journal of Desire Armed. Spring-Summer 2009.

“Disaster and Resistance: Comics and Landscapes for the 21st Century [review].” The Comics Journal. May 2009.

“Sexual Liberation and the Possibilities of Friendship: Foucauldian Proposals and Anarchist Elaborations.” Fifth Estate. Spring 2009.

“Torture and Democracy [review].” Make/Shift. Spring/Summer 2009.

“Joker [review].” The Comics Journal. February 2009.

“After 9/11: America’s War on Terror (2001- ) [review].” The Comics Journal. January 2009.

“Echo 1-6.” The Comics Journal. January 2009.

“What Anarchism Contributes to Our Understanding of Torture: Comments Delivered at the Anarchist Book Fair; San Francisco, California, March 23, 2008.” Social Anarchism. 2008-2009.

“This Book Contains Graphic Language: Comics as Journalism [review].” The Comics Journal. December 2008.

“The Twilight Zone: ‘The After Hours’ and ‘Walking Distance’ [review].” The Comics Journal. December 2008.

“Torture at Area 2.” Counterpunch. October 16-31, 2008.

“Recurrent Dream [review].” The Comics Journal. July 2008.

“Absent Protagonist: Garfield Minus Garfield [review].” MindBuck: Renegade Online Review. June 24, 2008.

“Sandman Mystery Theater: Sleep of Reason [review].” MindBuck: Renegade Online Review. May 26, 2008.

“Low-Calorie Cheescake [review].” The Comics Journal. May 2008.

“Repeat Offender [review].” The Comics Journal. May 2008.

“Curtain Closer [review].” The Comics Journal. February 2008.

“A Dangerous Woman: The Graphic Biography of Emma Goldman [review].” MindBuck: Renegade Online Review. January 2, 2008.

“Hey Kids, Civil Rights! [review].” The Comics Journal. January 2008.

“The Mad War on Bush [review].” The Comics Journal. January 2008.

“Sandman Mystery Theater: Dr. Death and The Night of the Butcher [review].” The Comics Journal. January 2008.

“Fun Home by Alison Bechdel [review].” MindBuck: Renegade Online Review. November 11, 2007.

“Uneasy Peace [review].” The Comics Journal. November 2007.

“Dork #11 [review].” The Comics Journal. October 2007.

“Down to the Human Level: The Joe Sacco Interview.” MindBuck: Renegade Online Review. June 25, 2007.

“Second-Guessed Cartoons [review].” The Comics Journal. May 2007.

“Cartooning, Politics, and Real-World Violence.” MindBuck: Renegade Online Review. April 23 – May 28, 2007.

“Lost Girls: Pornography, Philosophy, Politics.” The Comics Journal. February 2007.

“Jeff Parker, Portland, and The Interman [interview].” MindBuck: Renegade Online Review. January 13, 2007.

“Heroes and Horrors: An Interview with Brian Michael Bendis.” MindBuck: Renegade Online Review. December 20, 2006.

“The Best American Comics, 2006, edited by Harvey Pekar [review].” MindBuck: Renegade Online Review. December 7, 2006.

“The Portland Superheroes: Comics Artists and Writers Who Call This Home.” PDX Magazine. September 2006.

“The Unflinching Work of Joe Sacco.” Clamor. Summer 2006.

“Confessions of a Police Chief [review].” International Socialist Review. March-April 2006.

“The Portland Comic Book Show.” PDX Magazine. March 2006.

“Keeping the State’s Secrets: Media and Government in the United States.” The World Today. February 2006.

“Daniel Duford — ‘Sleeping Giant’ [review].” PDX Magazine. February 2006.

“Legitimizing Torture: Bad Arguments for a Dangerous Policy.” Commonweal. December 2, 2005.

“Beyond Superman — Legal Comic Books Bring Justice to the Masses.” Los Angeles Daily Journal. November 17, 2005.

“Destination Unknown: International Law, Torture, and the Transfer of Suspects.” The World Today. November 2005.

“Making Police Obsolete/Que La Policia Sea Obseleta.” The Abolitionist/La Abolicionista. Summer 2005.

“Noam Chomsky: The Emerging Framework of World Power [review].” Social Anarchism. 2005.

“Gonzales Abandons Principles That Become Inconvenient.” Los Angeles Daily Journal. December 17, 2004. Also printed in San Francisco Daily Journal. December 17, 2004, Reprinted in Vancouver Vanguard. January 13, 2005.

“Law and Philosophy Subversive of Democracy [review].” NST: Nature, Society, and Thought. December 15, 2004.

“First Time as Tragedy, Second Time as Farce: Gulf War II Reviewed.” Vancouver Vanguard. November 4, 2004.

“Kerry the Conservative and the Quandary of the Undecideds.” Vancouver Vanguard. October 21, 2004.

“When Journalists Call for Self-Censorship.” Extra! August 2004.

“Howard Zinn: Terrorism and War [review].” Social Anarchism. 2004.

“Portland’s Killer Cops: The War at Home, Oregon Sector.” CounterPunch. April 16-31, 2004.

“The Watergate Myth [review].” Extra! February 2004.

“Nothing to Fear, But. . . [review].” Brooklyn Rail. December 2003-January 2004.

“The Sweatshop and the Ivory Tower.” We Are Everywhere: The Irresistible Rise of Global AntiCapitalism. London: Verso, 2003.