Welcome

Were you part of the N30 protests
against the WTO in Seattle?

This November 2019 is the 20-year anniversary.

After Seattle is to be a collection of biographical notes about how that experience shaped us.

If you were there, you are invited to contribute a text from 20 to 2000 words.

30.December 2019: Deadline for contributions.

1.March 2020: The collection will be made public here at AfterSeattle.org.

Suggestions for Commemorating

2020: The collection will be published by Punctum Books.

Writers are invited to reflect on the short- and long-term effects of Seattle on your personal and political life and work.

Contributions may be edited for clarity. Names of third parties may be redacted.

Writers will have the option to review the edit before publication.

Writers may use any name but will be asked to answer a few questions for verification. Answers to verification questions will not be public or published.

Amory Starr stood in a human chain barricade at 7th and Pine from early in the morning until the barricades were disbanded in the late afternoon. You can read her action report. After participating in 10 mass actions and writing extensively about alterglobalization, the political economy of food, and the social control of dissent, she retired from academic life in 2009. She currently lives in Berlin. You can learn more about her work at www.amorystarr.com.

All contributors will be kept updated.

If you will not be a contributor and are interested to receive updates about the project:

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If you experience any technical problems with the website, or have a suggestion for the proejct, please send a message to starr@trabal.org with the subject line After Seattle.