a magazine of proletarian revolutionary literature

Struggle is an anti-establishment, revolutionary literary journal oriented to the working-class struggle. We seek to reach "disgruntled" workers, dissatisfied youth and all the oppressed and abused and inspire them to fight the rich capitalist rulers of the U.S. and the planet.

Struggle is open to a variety of artistic and literary forms and anti-establishment political and cultural views. We look for works with artistic power which rebel against some element of the capitalist power structure or against the system itself.

Struggle's editor is Tim Hall, an activist and Marxist-Leninist since the 1960's. Struggle is a non-profit magazine, produced and distributed by the voluntary labor of a very few people. Struggle welcomes poems, songs, short stories, short plays, line drawings. Manuscripts will be returned if accompanied by a self-addressed, stamped envelope. It pays its contributors in copies.

Subscription rates

Subscription rates are $2 per issue ($3 by mail), $10 for a subscription of four, $12 for four for institutions, $15 for four overseas, free to prisoners. Double issues are twice the length of an ordinary issue, and cost more. So the present issue, vol. 22, #1&2, which is a double issue, costs $4 from a vendor. Discounts and back issues (on anti-racism, against the Persian Gulf War, depicting the postal workers' struggle) are available.

Checks or money orders must be made payable to Tim Hall--Special Account.
Struggle can be reached at P.O. Box 28536, Joyfield Station, Detroit, MI 48228-0536.
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Note new mailing address, as of January 2010 --
P.O. Box 28536, Joyfield Station, Detroit, MI, 48228-0536

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