In Memoriam

It is with heavy heart that we must announce that Howard Ehrlich, our intrepid founder and Editor-in-Chief, died on Monday, February 2, 2015.

He had been battling the increasing effects of Parkinson's disease and dementia for the past few years, and recently suffered a stroke-like episode that landed him in Johns Hopkins Hospital, where he died in his sleep. He was a great friend, an unrelenting anarchist, and the impact that he leaves on the world will endure for years to come.

We will miss him, and the world — whether it knows it or not — will miss him too. A memorial service is planned; details are forthcoming, but in the mean time, there is a memorial page on the Best of Social Anarchism site.

The latest issue of Social Anarchism has been held up during his illness, and will be coming out soon with a small tribute to the man who made this all possible.

If you're new to Social Anarchism, take a look at some articles, and consider subscribing, or at least pick up our most recent issue at your local finer bookstore.