We’ve produced six publications so far.
The first was a 32 page newspaper, distributed at the protests against the 2007 G8 Summit in Heiligendamm. It contained 14 articles each addressing the question, ‘What would it mean to win?’ This was a reference to a famous piece of graffiti, reading ‘We are winning’, sprayed on a wall in Seattle during the protests against the World Trade Organisation (WTO) in 1999. We posed the question, several years later – at a time when the globalisation movements were somewhat less sure about their ability to create change – as to what this, exactly, would mean. You can read all the articles here, or download the whole paper as a PDF.
Our second publication was a single, collectively written text entitled ‘Move into the Light? Postscript to a turbulent 2007’. We published this as a pamphlet, and it was also republished as a journal article in ‘ephemera: theory and politics in organization’ along with a new ‘Introduction’. (And for those of you who always wanted to know why this was numbered Turb_03, it’s ‘cos _02 was a workshop held at the Camp for Climate Action in the UK in August 2007.)
Our third publication came out in the summer of 2008. It was a 64 page colour newsprint magazine, broadly themed around the issue of ‘futures’. As ever, all articles have also been published online here.
In December 2009, we published a fourth issue, returning to the original tabloid size, but this time with 40 pages. You can find this latest issue online here. A Spanish language version of Turbulence, containing many of the articles published in Issue 5, was published in April 2010. It can be found here.
In early-2010, and in collaboration with PM Press, we published a book, ‘What Would it Mean to Win?’. It contains the whole of Turb_01 and _3, as well as an extended interview with two collective members, a new Preface, and a Foreword by John Holloway. You can find out more here.
Our sixth publication was a special, Spanish-language edition of Turbulence launched at the World People’s Conference on Climate Change and the Rights of Mother Nature, held in Cochabamba, Bolivia in April 2010. It contained a selection of texts translated from Issue 5. All the articles contained in the special issue, ‘¿…Y ahora algo completamente diferente?’, can be found online here, and a PDF of the publication downloaded here.
A complete list of everything we’ve ever collectively written, including various short statements and translations can be found here.