John Medaille of Distributist Review is editing a book on distributism (broadly defined) for publication in Romania. It includes, among others, work by Michel Bauwens of the P2P Foundation, Race Matthews (author of Jobs of Our Own), and my own paper on industrial policy.
Belated kudos (I've got to learn to switch gears faster instead of letting stuff accumulate in my inbox) to Shawn Wilbur of In the Libertarian Labyrinth, for his painstaking work on the first issue of LeftLiberty. It includes a thoughtful introduction on mutualism as "a kind of complicated middle ground between the mainstream of 'social anarchism' and the various forms of 'market anarchism' and radical libertarianism." Mutualism has been, he says, a "red-headed stepchild" of the anarchist movement, because it incorporates markets to a degree that raises eyebrows among social anarchists (while developing markets in a way that leave far less room for corporate organization than conventional market anarchists are used to). Wilbur also presents an interesting array of newly transcribed primary sources of nineteenth century anarchism by Tucker, Proudhon and Greene.