Melbourne Anarchist Club MAC info, events and news


Interview with our comrade P@ulie on 3CR Monday Breakfast

You can listen to our comrade P@ulie being interviewed on 3CR Monday Breakfast here. The interview starts at the 37 minute mark and goes for about 10 minutes. P@ulie touches on: the philosophy of anarchism; the life and death of Francesco Fantin; the Fantin Reading Group; the Direct Action Collective; and the influence of anarchist principles on the Occupy movement. With thanks to our friends at 3CR Community Radio (855AM, on digital radio and online). Happy listening!


MAC infoshop opening this Saturday!

Super exciting! Melbourne’s only anarchist infoshop will be launching this Saturday evening from 7pm until late.

MAC infoshop


Black Light #1

MAC released Black Light #1 at the 2nd annual Melbourne Anarchist Bookfair. It's available for download over at

Cover for Black Light #1


75th Anniversary of the Spanish Revolution Celebration

75 anniversary animated gif3pm Saturday 16th of July

The Spanish Revolution was the closest the world has ever come to an anarchist inspired revolution.

We will be marking this historic event with a BBQ, games, bands and a short discussion about how we can apply the ideas of the Spanish anarchists today.

There will also be a piñata.

Download the poster (PDF, 70kb).


The Wolves At The Door

wolves cover The Wolves At The Door is a new and irregular journal coming out of the anarchist crew in Sydney.

You can download the PDF here.



Black Light Issue Zero

At the Paris Commune Anniversary event, MAC launched Black Light #0. Black Light will be our new publication, and we did a pilot issue to work out the bugs. You can download it for yourself.

Articles include:

  • Anarchism in Indonesia: a history and update of current struggles, including first-hand info on Kulon Progo
  • Voina / ?????: The Russian art group in trouble
  • A Home for the Far Right: An overview of the attempts of the Australian far right to find political acceptance
  • Plus articles confronting common myths of anarchism, a brief history of the Paris Commune and anarcha-feminism

Print-ready PDF
Please note we trimmed 10mm off the creep (right side after it's folded) and 5mm from the top and bottom.
We also printed it on grey paper.

Interactive PDF
Ideal for viewing on screen. Includes bookmarks and hyperlinks. Looks nice.