C4SS on Patreon

The Center for a Stateless Society (C4SS) is an anarchist think-tank and media center. Its mission is to explain and defend the idea of vibrant social cooperation without aggression, oppression, or centralized authority. We are supported by micro-donations from our supporters and volunteers. And we are humbled and emboldened by every donation; please consider donating today.

As with all ventures that are primarily motivated by love of the ideas and the desire to see them fully expressed, we spend too much of our time making ends meet and paying off the overhead. Below are the writers and contributors of C4SS that have Patreon accounts. Every little bit helps and some of the Patreon accounts below directly support C4SS. Please consider supporting your favorite C4SS writer today.

Roderick T. Long is Creating Libertarian Books

I have a number of libertarian book projects I’m working on:

1. In the summer of 2006 I gave a week-long seminar (two 90-minute sessions per day for five days) at the Mises Institute on libertarian ethics. (See the description of topics here.) I’m currently transcribing my lectures and will publish them as Austro-Athenian Foundations of Libertarian Ethics. …

Roderick T. Long is Creating Blog Posts about Science Fiction and Fantasy

I’m a philosopher, an anarchist, and a science-fiction/fantasy fan. In addition to my regular blog (which I’m not seeking funding for), I have four ongoing blogs that combine these interests, and that I’d like an excuse to spend more time on …

Nick Ford is Creating Writing

Hi, My name is Nick Ford and I am a writer, video-editor and organizer of the anarchist variety.

I write about such topics as work, anti-capitalism, free markets understood in an individualist anarchist context (i.e. Benjamin Tucker) and much more. …

Brian Nicholson is Creating Writing and Music

What I do in my spare time is what I WISH I could actually live on: writing, mostly in the form of political blogging from a left-libertarian perspective, and making music (electronic, hiphop). Unfortunately, it is a moonshot to try to actually live off of such, and my day job pays peanuts, so I routinely struggle for money, which takes a toll on my mental health for obvious reason. With your help, I can maintain, and get at least gradually closer to a personal liberty of sorts, living for and off of what I am actually interested in. …

Thomas Knapp is Creating Blogs, Op-eds, Podcasts, Etc.

After 20 years of working as a writer, editor and publisher on the Internet, I’ve decided it’s time to focus more on my “personal brand.” That doesn’t mean I won’t continue doing all the things I do, but it does mean that KN@PPSTER is going to move up in the rankings of things I do. …

Kevin Amos Carson is Creating Writing

I write commentary and research papers at Center for a Stateless Society, a left-wing market anarchist think tank. I’m also the author of three published books (Studies in Mutualist Political Economy,Organization Theory: A Libertarian Perspective and Homebrew Industrial Revolution: A Low-Overhead Manifesto). I’m working on a forthcoming book, Desktop Regulatory State. …

Joel Schlosberg is Creating Written Articles

I’m a writer who has been completing articles regularly: at the Center for a Stateless Society for over a year, and more recently at the William Lloyd Garrison Center for Libertarian Advocacy Journalism and The Agony Booth. I am currently looking to diversify the range of online sites to which I contribute. (I may create separate Patreon pages for different venues if there’s demand.) …

Sheldon Richman is Creating Written Works and Media Appearances that Promote Individual Liberty

Since 2005 I’ve run the Free Association blog. I am now ready to do this full time. Through Free Association I will continue to make the case for individual liberty, voluntary social cooperation, mutual aid, and peace. Among other features, it will be the place to find my long-running Friday column TGIF — The Goal Is Freedom.

Anarchy and Democracy
Fighting Fascism
Markets Not Capitalism
The Anatomy of Escape
Organization Theory