The beach lies under the pavement (magazine)

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The beach is under the pavement

publishing company Karin Kramer Publishing House
First edition 1974
attitude 1985, 2013
Frequency of publication yearly
editor Hans Peter Duerr
ZDB 7453-6

Under the pavement, the beach is an anarchist cultural magazine that appeared from 1974 to 1985 in 15 annual volumes in the anarchist Karin Kramer Verlag in Berlin . It was published by Hans Peter Duerr and initially had the subtitle Anarchismus heute and later magazine for cabbage and beets . In 2013, after a break of 28 years, one last volume was published.

The focus of the magazine was on anarchism , anarchist epistemology, shamanism , witchcraft and indigenous cultures .

The magazine published texts by anarchist classics, among others, by Murray Bookchin , Pierre Clastres , Henning Eichberg , Paul Feyerabend , Hubert Fichte and Hans Sebald . In 1982, a special volume was dedicated to Werner Müller's research on Indians on his 75th birthday.


  • Review of No. 1, 1974: A turning point? In: Studies of Time Issues. 1974, No. 21, pp. 10-11.
  • Wolfgang Haug : Anarchist Movement Today: Focus: Magazines. In: Studies of Time Issues. 1981, 14th delivery, pp. 269-275.
  • Herbert Wagner: Like a phoenix from the ashes. The emancipation of anarchism from Marxism in the anti-authoritarian student movement. In: Graswurzelkalender for 1991 , p. 223.

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. Jochen Schmück : Under the pavement is the beach - Volume 16. In: Database of German-speaking anarchism . June 2013, accessed September 7, 2018 .