The Market Anarchist Blog Carnival

NOTE: The carnival is over, and there will be no future editions. Thank you to all who participated!

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Don’t let anyone say that Anarchists are not organized…

Welcome to the opening of the Market Anarchist Blog Carnival! All Market Anarchist blogs are invited to participate. Every 29th of the month, a designated blog (see schedule at the end of this post) will host a carnival where all the posts you submitted during the month will be linked to and commented on. So don’t forget to send your submissions every month, and to link to the carnival edition when it comes out!

Here is the link to submit your entries.

1. New Carnival edition once a month, on the 29th of the month.
2. One entry per person per edition. Videos are accepted also.

3. All entries must be related to MA (or agorism, or individualist anarchism, or mutualism, or voluntaryism) in some conceptual way. Narratives (fictional or not) are fine. Please no entries about how we must make government smaller, how the Constitution is great, who we should vote for, or how this or that specific law should be repealed.
4. All MA or related blogs are invited to host their own editions. Blogs which desire to host an edition of the Carnival must submit their demand at least one month before said edition.
5. All submitters are invited to link to the Carnival edition they submitted to, in order to keep the Carnival going.
6. Hosts of the carnival may exclude entries from their edition for reasons of irrelevancy or low quality.

Do you wish to be showered in recognition, love, and hits? Then become a host of the Carnival! The first host will be Check Your Premises, on the 29th of this very month. Post in the comments to reserve a future date, and include your blog name, name, and email (you may ask for more than one edition, as long as they are not consecutive):

PAST EDITIONS

March 29th 2007: Check Your Premises (first edition)

April 29th 2007: There Is No Government Like No Government (2nd edition)

May 29h 2007: Hellbound Alleee (3rd edition)

June 29th 2007: No Third Solution (4th edition)

July 29th 2007: The Freedom to Say 2+2=4 (5th edition)

August 29th 2007: Doing Philosophy (6th edition) DID NOT PUBLISH

without hyphens replacement edition

September 29th 2007: VON MISES’ BIRTHDAY EDITION – No Third Solution (7th edition)

October 29th 2007: The Radical Libertarian (8th edition)

November 29th 2007: Soldier of Reason (9th edition) DID NOT PUBLISH

Check Your Premises replacement edition

December 29th 2007: FSK’s Guide to Reality (10th edition)

January 29th 2008: without hyphens (11th edition)

February 29th 2008: No Third Solution (12th edition)

March 29th 2008: Democracy Sucks (13th edition)

April 29th 2008: The Radical Libertarian (14th edition)

May 29th 2008: Hellbound Alleee (15th edition)

June 29th 2008: FSK’s Guide to Reality (16th edition)

July 29th 2008: without hyphens (17th edition)

August 29th 2008: …no third solution (18th edition)

September 29th 2008: Hellbound Alleee (19th edition)

October 29th 2008: nostate.com (20th edition)

November 29th 2008: Blotting Out Reality (21st edition)

December 29th 2008: Hellbound Alleee (22nd edition)

January 29th 2008: Democracy Sucks (23rd edition)

February 28th 2008: Libertarian Anarchy (24th edition)

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29 thoughts on “The Market Anarchist Blog Carnival

  1. […] like reading blog carnivals? Then we’ve got a cool deal for you! Introducing the very first The Market Anarchist Blog Carnival that will be hosted by Francois Tremblay at Check Your Premises. Not sure if my co-host is up for […]

  2. […] are putting together a specifically market anarchist blog carnival, first posting theme being Check Your Premises. Entries to the MA carnival can be submitted at this […]

  3. […] March 29th, 2007 Welcome to the first edition of the Market Anarchist Carnival! For more information, or to ask for a spot as future host of the Carnival (we only have two months covered at the moment), please read the introductory post. […]

  4. nothirdsolution April 10, 2007 at 15:41

    I’ll take June 29 if it pleases you.

  5. Francois Tremblay April 10, 2007 at 17:14

    Okay, what email address do you want to use to receive the submissions?

  6. […] before the 29th. And if you’d like to host and get some hits from it, please consult the hosting schedule. Posted by Francois Tremblay Filed in Blog […]

  7. […] is the original call for submissions, complete with rules, but if you’re like me, you probably won’t click away from this […]

  8. […] if you’d like some more hits on your blog and be a future host of the Carnival, please check the hosting schedule and leave me a comment to that effect. All MA or MA-sympathetic blogs are invited. Posted by […]

  9. Aahz August 30, 2007 at 00:20

    Any chance someone else could post up the August Carnival? Better late then never. I’d be willing to do so if you can send me whatever I need to do.

    -Aahz
    philaahzophyATgmailDOTcom

  10. Francois Tremblay August 30, 2007 at 00:29

    Unfortunately, no one has the submissions but him, so I really don’t see how that would be possible. If I had the information I would have done so myself.

    I will try emailing him and see if he can’t get something on there anyway.

  11. Matt August 30, 2007 at 16:56

    Franc — I’ll go for the January edition (will be out of town and probably not very close to a computer in Dec).

    Email is ollysk2 AT gmail DOT com

    -olly

  12. fsk2006 September 29, 2007 at 14:03

    I’ll do December 2007.

    http://fskrealityguide.blogspot.com/

  13. Francois Tremblay September 29, 2007 at 16:11

    All right, what email address do you want to use to receive submissions?

  14. fsk2006 October 1, 2007 at 00:31

    fsk2006@gmail.com is the E-Mail address I use

  15. Francois Tremblay October 1, 2007 at 00:36

    You’re on the schedule. Thank you very much!

  16. […] Central. Enjoy! And I hope to see you all next month at FSK’s Guide to Reality. Here is the Carnival intro explaining how it works and how to submit your entries for next […]

  17. […] more information, see my intro post. Posted by Francois Tremblay Filed in Blog Carnival, Left Libertarian.org […]

  18. […] For more information, see Franc’s intro post. […]

  19. bartov March 16, 2008 at 11:30

    Any chance someone else could post up the August Carnival? Better late then never. I’d be willing to do so if you can send me whatever I need to do.

    try this http://keybrand.com

  20. esun67 March 24, 2008 at 11:33

    Who is hosting the March 2008 edition ?

  21. Francois Tremblay March 24, 2008 at 11:40

    Democracy Sucks, as listed on the schedule.

  22. […] to Francois Tremblay for introducing me to these. Thanks to Aaron Kinney at Radical Libertarian for hosting it this […]

  23. fsk2006 May 21, 2008 at 19:21

    OK, I’ll do June 2008.

    We’ll see:

    – If it attracts more visitors this time (due to greater popularity of my blog or the carnival itself).
    – If the submissions are better. Most of the blogs that have good related content are already in my RSS feed.

  24. olly June 16, 2008 at 10:12

    Frank,

    I’d be more than happy to do June/July over at without hyphens (though it looks like FSK already has June covered).

    Thanks,

    -olly

  25. […] this note, Franc comments: I am reading a book about the English justice system. Interestingly, juries were first […]

  26. […] If you would like to submit a post, please do so here. Carnival rules and an archive of links to past editions are located on Franc’s blog, here. […]

  27. financial spreadbetting August 1, 2010 at 03:05

    Such a shame that the carnival is over. Any chance it will make a comeback?

  28. Francois Tremblay August 1, 2010 at 03:06

    Not from me, sorry. You might want to ask someone else though. They might be interested…

  29. […] than I’m likely to write any time soon.  BTW, I discovered that post through the monthly Market Anarchist Blog Carnival which is well worth reading each month if you’re interested in attaining more personal […]

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