Here and Now Finding Aid.
Here & Now: A Magazine of Radical Ideas
Dates of Creation
Name of Creators
Here & Now.
Level of Description
Here & Now originated in Glasgow as the successor journal to “Clydeside Anarchist”. The first issue appeared in spring 1985, after it was agreed to set up the new journal in December 1984. At the start, most of its members were involved with the Clydeside Anarchists group, as the introduction to the first issue states. By issue 5, a joint production schedule with a collective in West Yorkshire had commenced, many of the West Yorkshire group came from “The Pleasure Tendency”.
Scope and Content
Nos. 1-5, 6, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 18. Plus issues 16 &17, digital copies only, courtesy of Libcom
System of Arrangement
Items have been arranged chronologically.
The material in this collection was assembled from a number of individual collections donated to the Spirit of Revolt project. The decision to remove items from individual collections to construct complete, or near complete, runs of publications was taken to reduce duplications and make the publications more accessible to researchers.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
John Cooper: Nos. 1 Read online, PDF and other downloads, 3 Read online, PDF and other downloads, 11, Read On Line, PDF and other downloads. 13, Read On Line, PDF and other downloads. 15. digital copy courtesy of Libcom, Read On Line,
K. M. Nos. 4, Read On Line, PDF and other downloads. 6 Read online, PDF and other downloads, 9, 10, Read On Line, PDF and other downloads. 12, Read On Line, PDF and other downloads, 14, Read On Line, PDF and other downloads. 18 Read on line, PDF and other downloads.
There are a few pages missing from some of these digital images, but are available in the physical items.
Appraisal, Destruction, Scheduling
Appraised according to the Spirit of Revolt appraisal policy.
Further accruals expected.
Application for reproduction should be made to the archivist.
Existence of Copies
Past collective members.
Descriptive list available at Glasgow City Archives and on the Spirit of Revolt website.
No known publications.
Other Spirit of Revolt collections are held at Glasgow City Archives (ref: T/SOR).
Date(s) of Description
Compiled by Christopher Cassells (Project Archivist) with assistance from Hartwig Pautz (Volunteer). January 2013.