Actor / artist / author / ballerina / choreographer / collageist / composer / dancer / (film) director / dramatist / {editor} / essayist / film-maker / illustrator / {journalist} / librettist / muralist / musician / novelist / painter / photographer / playwright / poet / publisher / screenwriter / sculptor / singer / songwriter / writer
plus historians of art / film / literature / etc.
significant related events/dates
anarchist characters in fiction/songs
[bookshop related events/newspaper?]

works of art on anarchist themes/depictions of anarchists and anarchist events, but not necessarily expressly created by anarchists

[brackets = possible or associate/fellow-traveller/additional references to listings entries]


A:

Juan Francisco Abad [Fornieles] - Spanish anarchist, journalist, poet and writer
Carlo Abate - Italian-American sculptor/printer/engraver
Edward Abbey - American novelist, essayist
Ramón Acin Aquilué (1888-1936) - writer & avant-garde artist
Henri-Georges Adam - French engraver, non-figurative sculptor, tapestry maker
Henry Brooks Adams - American journalist, novelist
Paul Adam (1862-1920) - French author/editor of 'Entretiens Politiques et Littéraires'
Arthur Adamov - Russian-born French playwright
Louis Adeane - poet [cf: ML Berneri Apr. 13]
Jankel Adler - Polish painter, printmaker
Georges Hippolyte Adrien (pseudonym Georges Darien) - French writer (novels, plays, literary magazines, etc.)
Ivan Aguéli (John Gustaf Agelii) - Swedish anarchist/painter
Gorki Águila (Gorki Luis Águila Carrasco) - Cuban punk rock musician
Jean Ajalbert - Impressionist poet/writer/novelist/playwright
Tomás Gutiérrez Alea (1928-1996) - post-Revolutionary Cuban film maker
A.J. Alexandrovich (Alexander Joseph)(1873-1949) - prolific Russian-born French libertarian artist
Tony Allen - comedian/playwright/author
Guy Allix - French poet and libertarian writer
[Miguel Almereyda (Eugene Bonaventure de Vigo) (1883-1917) - father of Jean Vigo] [Costantini pic]
Nathan Isaevich Altman (Натан Исаевич Альтман) - Russian-Jewish and Soviet avant-garde artist, Cubist painter, stage designer and book illustrator
Roberto Ambrosoli - 'Anarchik' cartoon
Margaret Caroline Anderson - founder, editor and publisher of the art and literary magazine 'The Little Review'
Fabrizio De André (1940-1999) - Sardinian anarchist songster
Virgilia d'Andrea - Italian poet
Louis Andriessen - composer, pianist, anarchist
[Michele Angiolillo - first photographed garrotting - Aug 8]
Charles Angrand (1854-1926) - Impressionist/Pointillist painter/illustrator
[Jean Anouilh - French dramatist/film director/screenplay writer - 'anarchiste de droite'!]??
Allan W. Antliff - anarchist activist, art critic and author who has written extensively on the topics of anarchism and art in North America
Emile de Antonio - American film director, producer, academic and author
Guillaume Apollinaire - French poet, playwright, short story writer, novelist, art critic
?Hercules Apostolidis (Ηρακλής Αποστολίδης ; ?? 1893 - ?? 1970), Greek short story writer, translator, anarchist and anarcho-syndicalist, best known for his 'Anthology of Greek Literature - Poetry & Short Stories' (vars. vols.)
[Louis Aragon - communist & surrealist]
Agustin Gomez Arcos - novelist/playwright
[Antonin Artaud (Antoine Marie Joseph Artaud) - French playwright, poet, actor, theatre director]
Antonio Artero Coduras - Spanish libertarian filmmaker and essayist
Victor Arendorff - Swedish writer, journalist, poet, lyricist
Émile Armand - poet
Arthur Arnould [pen name A. Matthey] (1833-1895) - novelist/journalist
Gerd Arntz - artist
Fernando Arrabal Terán - Spanish playwright, screenwriter, film director, novelist, poet, painter
Enrico Arrigoni (aka Frank Brand)(1894-1986) - Italian American individualist anarchist/dramatist
Mikhail Petrovich Artsybashev (Михаи́л Петро́вич Арцыба́шев) -Russian writer, playwright
Nikolas Asimos (Νικόλας Άσιμος [Asimopoulos (Ασιμόπουλος)] - Greek lyricist, composer and singer of Greek rock and 'folk' songs
Max Aub (Max Aub Mohrenwitz) - Spanish-Mexican experimentalist novelist, playwright and literary critic
Émile Aubin (aka Marat) - French author of several revolutionary songs under the pseudonym Marat.
Salvador Cordón Avellán - Andalusian writer, journalist, rationalist teacher, propagandist anarchist, playwright and novelist
Mikelis Avlichos (Μικέλης Άβλιχος) - Greek humorist and satirical poet
Charles d'Avray (1878-1960) - French anarchist poet and prolific propagandist songwriter
Zo D'Axa [aka Alphonse Gallaud de la Pérouse] (1864-1930) - French lampoonist/publisher/writer

B:

Ba Jin (aka Pa Chin, Li Fei-Kan, Li Pei-Kan, Pa Kin [pseud. of Li Yaotang]) (1904-2005) - Chinese novelist/short story writer
Johannes Baader - German writer, artist, agent provocteur, Oberdada and member of Berlin Dada
Johannes Theodor Baargeld aka Zentrodada (Alfred Emanuel Ferdinand Grünwald) - German Dadaist painter and poet
?Freddie Baer (b. 19??) - graphic artist
Bernard Baissat - film-maker
Baldo aka Baldomero Jose-Luis Ortas - Spanish-born French artist, musician
[James Arthur Baldwin - American novelist, essayist, playwright, poet]
Enrico Baj (1924-2003) - Italian painter/sculptor/collageist
Nanni Balestrini - Italian experimental poet, novelist, writer, visual artist
Hugo Ball - great admirer of Mikhail Bakunin
?Aaron Baltetsch (b. 19??) - Australian artist
Iain M Banks - author of the Culture series of sci-fi novels
Diego Rodríguez Barbosa - Spanish writer/poet/novelist
?João Barcellos (b. ????) - Brazilian-born Portuguese historian, writer, poet, anarchist
John Perry Barlow - American poet, essayist, former lyricist for the Grateful Dead
Maurice Barrès (Auguste-Maurice Barrès) - French Symbolist novelist and journalist
Rafael Barrett (Rafael Ángel Jorge Julián Barrett y Álvarez de Toledo; 1887-1910) - Spanish polymath, writer, essayist, journalist
Lima Barreto (Alfonso Henriques de Lima Barreto) - Brazilian libertarian, novelist, journalist
[Jean-Pierre Bastid - French anarchist-influenced author, film director, screenwriter and writer]
Georges Bataille - post-anarchist?
Charles-Pierre Baudelaire - French poet, essayist, art critic [Costantini pic]
Osvaldo Bayer - screenwriter
Julian Beck - US actor/director/poet/painter
Alice Becker-Ho (Alice Debord) - French Situationist and poet
[Samuel Beckett]
Jean-Louis Bédouin - French poet/writer/critic/Surrealist artist/collagist
Benigno Dominguez Bejarano - Spanish anarchist writer and journalist
Gil Bel Mesonada - Spanish writer, journalist, novelist and avant-garde arts theorist
Marcel Béalu French poet, writer
Jacques Marie Anselme Bellegarrigue - French individualist anarchist/novelist
George Bellows - US painter and illustrator
[Mario Benedetti (Mario Orlando Hardy Hamlet Brenno Benedetti) - Uruguayan journalist, novelist, and radical poet]
François Béranger Laosa - French libertarian singer
Sara Berenguer - poet
[Lisa Berger - film-maker]
Luis García-Berlanga Martí - Spanish screenwriter, film director, actor
André Bernard - French Surrealist
Paterne Berrichon (Pierre-Eugène Dufour) - French poet, painter, cartoonist
Paul Berthelot aka Marcelo Verema - French journalist, writer, playwright
Pierre-Valentin Berthier - French poet/novelist
Jesús Guillén Bertolín aka Guillembert - Spanish- painter and designer
Germaine Berton - featured in famous 'La Révolution Surréaliste' picture
[Joseph Beuys - German Fluxus, conceptualist and performance artist/sculptor/installation artist/graphic artist/art theorist]
Louisa Sarah Bevington - English poet, journalist, essayist
Hakim Bey [Peter Lamborn Wilson] - poet/essayist
?Wolfram Beyer (?? 1954) - German musician [lexikon.freenet.de/Wolfram_Beyer]
Petr Bezruč (pseudonym of Vladimir Vasek) - Czech writer, poet
Jello Biafra (Eric Reed Boucher) - American hardcore musician, spoken words artist,
Horst Bienek dissident East German novelist and poet/author of 'Bakunin: Eine Invention' (Bakunin: An Invention; 1970)
Jack Bilbo (Hugo Cyril Kulp Baruch) - German-born Jewish writer, novelist, painter, illustrator, sculptor
Eugène Bizeau (18831989) - French poet/songster
Bob Black - writer/critic
William Blake (1757-1872) - English Romantic poet/visionary radical/mystic/printer/engraver/subversive/proto-anarchist
Robin Francis Blaser - US poet, essayist
[Alexander Alexandrovich Blok (Алекса́ндр Алекса́ндрович Бло́к) - Russian Symbolist poet]
Georges Blondeaux (aka Gébé) - French journalist/cartoonist in the satirical press,/film director/novelist/playwright/lyricist
[Léon Bloy - French novelist/essayist/diarist]
Erwin Blumenfeld - photographer ["He was intensely disillusioned with capitalism, nationalism, communism. All the isms except Dadaism and anarchism." - Yorick Blumenfeld]
Erwin Blumenfeld - German-Jewish photographer, Dadaist collage artist ["He was intensely disillusioned with capitalism, nationalism, communism. All the isms except Dadaism and anarchism." - Yorick Blumenfeld]
Robert Bodanzky, aka Danton (born Isidor Bodanskie) - Austrian journalist, essayist, playwright, poet, librettist, artist,
Alexandru Bogdan-Piteşti (also known as Ion Doican, Ion Duican and Al Dodan) - Romanian Symbolist poet
Roberto Bolaño Ávalos - Chilean novelist, poet
Jean-Denis Bonan (b. ?? 1942), French libertarian documentary film director and writer
[fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jean-Denis_Bonan | www.imdb.com/name/nm1593782/]
Charles Auguste Bontemps - prolific French author/poet
Ángel Borda - Argentinian autodidact, sculptor, story and song (chamarritas and coplas) writer
Vlastimil Borek - Czech journalist, translator
Carl Ludwig Börne - German journalist, literary and theatre critic and political satirist
Joan Borràs Casanova - Spanish anarchist, proletarian painter, poster artist and writer
Federico 'Taino' Borrell - subject of Robert Capa's iconic photo 'The Fallen Soldier'
Christo Botev (Khristo Bôtef) (1848-1876) - Bulgarian poet/writer
Pierre Boujut - French writer, poet
Monny de Boully (Solomon or Salmon Moni de Buli) - Serbian-French Surrealist writer, poet
Randolph Bourne (1886-1918) - American literary radical
Jean Charles Boussinot - writer [father of Roger]
Roger Boussinot (1921-2001) - writer/screenwriter/film historian
[Neith Boyce Hapgood - U.S. novelist, playwright]
[Kay Boyle - novelist/poet]
Jean-Pierre Bouyxou - French actor, 'Happenings' participant, filmmaker, film critic, journalist, author
Willy Braque - French libertarian, actor, director, producer and writer
Georges Brassens (1921-1981) - French singer-songwriter, poet and novelist
[Brecht] [Costantini pic]
Alexandre Breffort - French journalist, screenwriter, playwright, writer
André Breton - Dadaist, surrealist, communist who "explicitly embraced anarchism post-WWII" and writing in the publication of the French Anarchist Federation. "It was in the black mirror of anarchism that surrealism first recognised itself." (1952)
Brian Brett - Canadian poet and novelist
Max Brod (1884-1968) - Czech author/composer/journalist
[Joan Brossa i Cuervo - Catalan language poet Dadaist-influenced, playwright, graphic designer and plastic artist]
Bohuslav Brouk - Czech Surrealist/writer/journalist
[Aristide Bruant - French cabaret singer/comedian]
Carmen Bruna (born Bruna Carmen Zucarelli) - Argentinian poet, Surrealist
Jacques Brunius - French actor/director/writer/poet/Surrealist
Günter Brus - Austrian Aktionist painter/performance artist/graphic artist/writer
Louise Bryant (1885-1936) - US journalist/writer
[Karl Georg Büchner (1813-1837) - German dramatist/poet/prose writer ]
Marilyn Buck (1947-2010) - American Marxist revolutionary/feminist poet, who was imprisoned for her participation in the 1979 prison escape of Assata Shakur [Nov. 2]
Jan Bucquoy - Belgian film-maker, cartoonist and author
Luis Buñuel - film-maker
David Burliuk (1882-1967) - Russian Futurist painter and poet
Ralf Burnicki - German poet
Friedrich Wilhelm Ernst Busch - German singer and actor
Raegan Butcher - U.S. poet, singer and screenplay writer

C:

Étienne Cabet - French author of the utopian novel 'Voyage et Aventures de Lord William Carisdall en Icarie'
Nicolas Calas (Νικόλαος Κάλας), pseudonym of Nikos Kalamaris (Νίκος Καλαμάρης) - Greek-American poet, art critic, surrealist and anarchist
Miguel Grau Caldú - Catalan poet
Scarlat Callimachi or Calimachi (nicknamed Prinţul Roşu, the Red Prince) - Romanian Futurist poet
Volga Marcos Calvo - Castillian writer, poet, playwright
Juan el Camas aka Juan López Romero [Jiménez] - Andalusian flamenco singer, especially of the fandango
Ramón Cambra aka 'Mona' - Catalan poet
Tommaso Campanella (15681639) - Italian philosopher/theologian/astrologer/precursor of egalitarian utopian communism/poet
Adelita del Campo (nickname of Adela Carreras Taurà), Spanish dancer, actress
Miguel Campuzano García - Spanish author
Albert Camus
Paul Cannell (1963-2005) - artist (cf. Primal Scream’s 'Screamadelica' album cover)
Thomas Cantwell (1864-1906) - publisher
[Robert Capa - photographer]
Luisa Capetillo - Puerto Rican writer, novelist
Daniel Carter - US free jazz saxophone, flute, clarinet and trumpet player
Arthur Cravan (born Fabian Avenarius Lloyd) - Swiss-born pugilist, poet, lecturer, dancer, adventurer, a larger-than-life character, critic-provocateur, anarchist and an idol of the Dada and Surrealism movements
Pierre Carles - French documentary filmmaker
Jean-Michel Carré - French director, cinematographer, film producer and screenwriter
Edward Carpenter (1844-1929) - poet/songwriter/wrote the socialist marching song 'England Arise'
Carlo Carra - 'The Funeral of the Anarchist Galli'
Hayden Carruth - American poet, literary critic
[Angela Carter - short story 'Elegy for a Freelance' from 'Fireworks: Nine Profane Pieces' (1974); anarchist character Lizzie in 'Nights at the Circus' (1984)]
Henri Cartier-Bresson - photographer/'father' of photojournalism
Elías Castelnuovo - Uruguayan journalist, storyteller, playwright, poet, essayist
Cornelius Castoriadis (1922-1997), aka Pierre Chaulieu or Paul Cardan
Jean-Roger Caussimon (1918-1985) - French anarchist singer-songwriter/film actor
Alain Cavalier - French film director
René Cavanhie (aka René Cavan) - French poet/songwriter
Paul Celan (Paul Antschel) - Romanian poet, translator
Louis-Ferdinand Céline - “I Have Always Been an Anarchist”
Blaise Cendrars (born Frédéric-Louis Sauser) - Swiss Modernist novelist, amputee left-handed poet
Pierre Chabert - French professor of French, Latin and Greek, poet
Chaoze One - German Roma rapper
[Ralph Chaplin - IWW songwriter]
Georges Charensol - French journalist, arts, literary and film critic, film extra
[Gustave Charpentier - French composer]
Henri Chassin - French poet, anarchist songwriter
Hélène Châtelain - director of 'Nestor Makhno, un Paysan d’Ukraine' (1995)
Lev Chernyi (18??-1921) - Russian poet
Nikolai Chernyshevsky - Russian radical critic & novelist
?Charles Henri Hippolyte Chincholle (?? 1845 - ?? 1902) - French writer, journalist, biographer and chronicler of the Commune and Parisian anarchist milieu c.f. 'Les Survivants de la Commune' (1885)
Leonidas Christakis (Λεωνίδας_Χρηστάκης) - Greek writer, painter
Georgy Ivanovich Chulkov (Гео́ргий Ива́нович Чулко́в) - Russian Symbolist poet, editor, writer, critic
Piero Ciampi - Italian singer-songwriter and poet
Sergio Citti - Italian actor, film director, screenwriter
Shirley Clarke - American independent filmmaker
André Claudot (1892-1982) - French artist
Bernard Clavel (1923-2010) - French novelist/poet/essayist
Jean-Baptiste Clément - poet/singer/author of the famous song 'The Time of Cherries'
Pierre Clémenti - French actor, director
Voltairine de Cleyre (1866-1912) - anarchist-feminist/atheist/poet
Jean Maurice Eugène Clément Cocteau - French poet/novelist/dramatist/designer/playwright/artist/filmmaker - his police file labelled him a "poète anarchiste homosexuel à Paris"
Antonio Artero Coduras -Spanish libertarian filmmaker and essayist
Robert Collino (1886-1975) [pseudonym Ixigrec] - science fiction author
André Colomer (1886-1931) - Catalonian poet
Mercedes Comaposada Guillen (1901-1994) - Spanish author/poet/art history
Alex Comfort - poet/novelist
Jean-Louis Comolli - French writer, film director, screenwriter, editor, actor
Carmen Conde Abellán - Spanish narrative writer, poet, children's author
[Joseph Conrad - 'The Secret Agent']
Salvador Cordón [Avellán] - Andalusian writer, journalist, rationalist teacher, propagandist anarchist, playwright and novelist
Adam Cornford - British poet, librettist, essayist, cartoonist and editor at 'Anarchy Comics'
António Gonçalves Correia - Portuguese poet and essayist
Curt Corrinth (1894-1960) - German Expressionist poet/novelist/dramatist/screenwriter
Felipe Cortiella y Ferrer - prominent Catalan author, poet, translator and dramatist
Albert Cossery - Egyptian-born French novelist
Gustave Courbet (1819-1877) - French painter & "disciple of Proudhon"
Carlos Cortez - artist/painter
Gustave Courbet (1819-77) - French painter
Gaston Couté (1880-1911) - French anarchist songster
[William Cowper (1731-1800) - Waspish poet]
Peter Coyote (born Rachmil Pinchus Ben Mosha Cohon) - American actor/author/director/screenwriter/narrator
Walter Crane (1845-1915) - English artist/book illustrator
Arthur Cravan (born Fabian Avenarius Lloyd) - Swiss-born pugilist, poet, lecturer, dancer, adventurer, a larger-than-life character, critic-provocateur
[Charles Cros (- French poet, humourous writer and inventor]
Henri Edmond Cross (Henri-Edmond-Joseph Delacroix) - French Neo-Impressionist painter, illustrator, printmaker
Áurea Cuadrado Castillón ( Áurea Cuadrado Alberola) - Spanish fashion designer
Jaime Cubero (1926-1998) - Brazilian journalist
Francisco 'Chico' Cuberos Neto - Brazilian theatre and TV actor
Nancy Cunard - writer/poet/journalist/editor/anarchist
Merce Cunningham - choreographer

D:

Albert Daenens (?? 1883 - ?? 1952) Belgian artist, lithographer
Didier Daeninckx - prolific French author of detecive fiction, novelist, essayist
Stig Dagerman, (1923-1954) - Swedish playwright, novelist, poet
Luigi 'Gigi' Damiani - Italian journalist, poet
Frédéric Dard - French writer of romans policiers
Georges Darien (pseudonym for Georges Hippolyte Adrien)(1862-1921) - French writer (novels, plays, literary magazines, etc.)
[Alphonse Daudet (1840-1897) - French novelist, short story writer, playwright, poet/anarchist sympathiser whose texts appeared in 'Le Révolté'/grandson Philippe Daudet]
Phillipe Daudet - 'Parfums Maudits' postumous peoms
?Aurélien Dauguet (b. ?? 1932) - French music teacher and Surrealist/inventor of the 'echo poem' in 1972
Alexandra David-Néel (born Louise Eugénie Alexandrine Marie David) - Belgian-French explorer, spiritualist, Buddhist, anarchist, opera singer, writer, lecturer, photographer
Steef Davidson - Dutch Provo documentary filmmaker, poster designer and printer
Fabrizio De André - singer
Guy Debord - Letterist/Situationist filmmaker
[Claude Debussy - French composer]
[Franz Josef Degenhardt - German poet, satirist, novelist, screenwriter, folk-singer/songwriter ]
[Richard Dehmel - German poet and writer]
Joseph Dejacque - French early anarcho-communist poet and writer; the first recorded person to employ the term libertarian (libertaire) for himself
Eduard Douwes Dekker [aka Multatuli] - novelist
Aristide Delannoy - artist/painter
Georges Delaw (Henri Georges Deleau; d. 1938), French poet, artist, designer and illustrator
Emile Derré (1867-1938) - French sculptor
Lucien Descaves - French libertarian novelist
Robert Desnos - Surrealist poet
[Manuel Devaldès (aka Ernest-Edmond Lohy) (1875-1956) - member of 'l'Action d'Art']
[Denis Diderot - French essayist, philosopher and playwright]??
Emile Digeon (1822-1894) - French revolutionary socialist journalist
Otto Dix - fiercely anti-war German artist, painter and printmaker
Bruno Alfred Döblin - German Expressionist novelist, essayist
[Theo van Doesburg (Christian Emil Marie Küpper) - Dutch artist, painter, poet, theorist on art and architecture, founder of De Stijl]
Kees van Dongen - Fauvist artist
[Maurice Donnay - playwright]
[John Dos Passos - novelist]
Fyodor Dostoyevsky
Sébastien Doubinsky - French bilingual writer, translator, editor, poet
?[Eric Drooker - (b. ?? ?? 1958) - graphic novelist/artist]
Marcel Duchamp - French-American artist, painter, sculptor, writer / the man who not only proved that the emperor (Art) had no clothes but that it was a figment of its own imagination
[Martin B. Duberman - novelist/playwright]
[Albert Dubois-Pillet - French neo-Impresssionist and Pointillist painter]
Jean Dubuffet - French Art Brut painter/sculptor/lithographer/writer
Renée Dunan (1892-1936) - prolific French author of erotic historical, fantasy and science fiction novels and stories, critic, poet, Dadaist, Feminist, anarchist, naturiste and pacifist; used diverse pseudonyms: Louise Dormienne, Marcelle La Pompe, M. de Steinthal, Monsieur de Steinthal, Spaddy, Jean Spaddy, Renée Camera, Chiquita, Ethel Mac Singh, Luce Borromée, Laure Héron, A. de Sainte-Henriette, Ky, Ky C. Collaborated in the magazines of 'Crapouillot' and 'Le Sourire'. [NB: birth and death dates unknown & the possible real author is one Georges Dunan]
Robert Duncan - American poet
Lawrence George Durrell - British-born novelist, poet, dramatist, biographer, travel writer
Jean-Jacques Dwelshauvers (pseudonym Jacques Mesnil; 1872-1940) - art critic

E:

David Edelstadt (1866-1892) - American Yiddish poet
Georges Eekhoud (1854-1927) - Belgian novelist
Greg Egan - Australian sci-fi novelist
Carl Einstein - poet/novelist/Dadaist/art historian/critic
[Paul Éluard (Eugène Émile Paul Grindel; 1895-1952) - French writer/poet/one of the founders of the surrealist movement]
Patrice Énard - French radical filmmaker, cinematographer, director, actor, fim theorist and critic, journalist
Ezequiel Endériz Olaverri - Spanish journalist, poet, novelist, playwright, libreticist
Rolf Engert - German poet, playwright
James Ensor - Belgian Symbolist & Expressionist painter / Ensor's youthful immersion in Belgian anarchist circles led him to develop violent and grotesque imagery through which he hoped to expose the incompetence of unchecked authority and indict a society in crisis. / the etching 'Doctrinal Nourishment' (1889/95) is one of his most politically scathing works.
Hans Magnus Enzensberger - German author, poet, playwright, essayist, translator
Hjalmar Eriksson - Swedish writer, novelist
Max Ernst - German Dadaist and Surrealist painter, sculptor, graphic artist and poet
Vasily Eroshenko (1890-1952) - blind Russian novelist/translator
Raymond Espinose - French poet, writer, Patapysician
Hanns Heinz Ewers (Hans Heinrich Ewers) - German writer, poet, novelist, playwright, song writer, filmmaker, comedian

F:

Luce Fabbri - Italian writer, journalist, theorist, publisher, poet
Frédéric H. Fajardie - French libertarian writer of detecive, adventure and 'neo-thriller' fiction, screenplays, film dialogue and radio plays
Ángel Falco - Uraguayan journalist, writer and poet
Horst Fantazzini - involved in an infamous prison escape attempt that was subsequently made into a film
Claude Faraldo - French actor/screenwriter/director of 'Bof... Anatomie d’un Livreur' (1971)
Rafael Farga i Pellicer - political cartoonist, journalist, painter
Mick Farren - English journalist/writer/novelist/poet/musician
Etta Federn - Austrian writer, translator, journalist
Aldino Felicani (1891-1967) - Italian-American typographer/editor/publisher
?Florent Fels (Florent Felsenberg; ?? 1891 - ?? 1977), French Jewish art critic, journalist
Félix Fénéon - novelist
Lawrence Ferlinghetti - Beat poet/painter
Fernando Fernán-Gómez - Argentine-born Spanish actor, screenwriter, film director, theater director, novelist
?[Lluís Fernández i González (b. ?? 1945) - Catalan journalist, novelist, underground filmmaker, literary and cinema critic]
Abele Ricieri Ferrari [pseudonym Renzo Novatore] (1890-1922) - Italian anti-fascist poet
Léo Ferré (1916-1993) - French anarchist songster/composer/popular performer
Pietro Ferrua - Italian author, essayist, translator/interpreter, mixed media artist, academic, scholar of the artistic and literary avant-gardes
Douglas George Fetherling - American-born Canadian poet, novelist, journalist and essayist
[Sara Bard Field - American poet]
Vera Nikolayevna Figner - Russian poet
Grey Filastine - former member of ¡Tchkung! and founding participant in the Infernal Noise Brigade
Juan de Dios Filiberto - Argentinan composer, instrumentalist and tanguista
?Kathy Fire (b. 19??) - lesbian anarchist folk balladeer / previously in the band The Dyketactics
Leslie Fish - US filk musician, author, member of the DeHorn Crew
Senya Fleshin - photographer
?Mike Flugennock (b. 19??) - artist
[Dario Fo - playwright]
Adalgisa Fochi (1865-1957) - Italian writer/playwright
[Benjamin Fondane or Benjamin Fundoianu (born Benjamin Wechsler, Wexler or Vecsler) - Romanian-born French poet, critic]
Lucio Fontana (1899-1968), Argentinian painter and sculptor
José Martins Fontes (1884-1937) - Brazilian poet
Carles Fontseré - Spanish Revolution poster artist
Juan Francisco Abad Fornieles - Spanish anarchist, journalist, poet and writer
[Anatole France (1844-1924) - French poet & novelist/anarchist sympathiser/regularly subscribed to 'Le Révolté']
Robert François aka Mystag - French illusionist
Leonhard Frank (1882-1961) - German Experssionist novelist/short story writer/playwright
Carlos Franqui (1921-1920) - Cuban leftist writer/poet/journalist]
Roberto Freire - playwright
Yves Fremion (Yves Frémion-Danet), French author and former editor of the French science fiction magazine 'Univers'
Baroness Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven (born Else Hildegard Plötz; 1874-1927) - walking Dadaist art work/artist model/poet
Ernst Frick (1881-1956) - Swiss artist
Mary Frohman - singer, guitarist, member of the DeHorn Crew
Dynam-Victor Fumet - French composer, organist

G:

Giorgio Gaber, stage name of Giorgio Gaberscik - Italian singer-songwriter, actor, theatre director, playwright
Noam Gabo - artist
Eduardo Galeano - Uraguayan libertarian writer, novelist and journalist
?[John Gallas (b. ?? 1950) - poet/author 'Practical Anarchy'/'Ballad of Santo Casiero']
?Alphonse Gallais (18??-19??) - French anarchist writer of erotica [pseudonyms Grimaudin D'Echara and A-S. Lagail]
?Alexsei Gan (?? 1889 - ?? 1942) - leading theorist of Constructivism / interested in proletarian theatre, and was to become one of the leaders of the Constructivist movement in the 1920s, was the first contributor to the Tvorchestvo (Creativity) section specializing in art and literature of 'Anarkhiia'
Agustín García Calvo - Spanish philologist, translator, linguist, playwright, poet
Miguel García Vivancos - Spanish Naïve painter
Philippe Garrel - French film director, cinematographer, editor, actor
David Gascoyne - English poet, novelist, Surrealist
Armand Gatti - French libertarian playwright/poet/journalist/screenwriter/film-maker
Joachim Gatti - French cinematographer, director and writer
Henri Gauche (aka René or Henri Chaughi) (1870-1926) - journalist for Jean Grave's journal 'La Révolte' and the arts and literature review 'La Plume'
Henri Gaudier-Brzeska - French sculptor and draughtsman
Gébé (Georges Blondeaux) - French journalist/cartoonist in the satirical press,/film director/novelist/playwright/lyricist
Hartmut Geerken - German musician, composer, writer, journalist, radio playwright, filmmaker
?Kendell Geers (b. 19??) - South African artist, musician, film-maker
[Hugo Gellert - illustrator/muralist]
František Gellner - Czech poet, short story writer, artist
[Juan Genovés]
Gaetano Gervasio - Italian carpenter, painter and sculptor
George Getchev - Bulgarian poet, writer of children's stories, translator and journalist
Alberto Ghiraldo - Argentine playwright/poet/journalist
Tony Gibson - BBC producer/writer
Elsa Gidlow - feminist poet, philosophical anarchist, lesbian and Taoist
André Gill (born Louis-Alexandre Gosset de Guînes) - French republican and anti-clerical caricaturist
Allen Ginsberg - Beat poet
Jean Giono - French author (novels, poetry, essays, journalism, plays)
Arturo M. Giovannitti - Italian-American IWW activist, anarchist socialist, anti-fascist agitator and poet
Daniel Giraud - French essayist, translator, poet, blues musician
Jimmy Gladiator - French poet
[Susan Glaspell - radical & feminist playwright]
[Jean-Luc Godard - French Marxist New Wave film maker]
Noël Godin aka Georges Le Gloupier - Belgian writer, critic, actor, filmmaker
William Godwin - novelist
Katerina Gogou (Κατερίνα Γώγου) - Greek anarchist poet, author and actress
Urbain Gohier (1862-1951) - French author/journalist
Mécislas Golberg (or Goldberg) (1869-1907) - Polish writer (in French)/novelist/poet/playwright
[Yvan Goll (born Isaac Lang) - bilingual French-German Jewish writer (poetry, novels, dramas, libretti, essays, etc.)]
Yefim or Jefim Golyshev (Ефи́м Го́лышев) - Ukrainian-born painter and composer
Helios Gómez (1905-1956) - artist/poet
José Santos González Vera - Chilean writer, novelist, journalist
Paul Goodman (19111972) - American anarchist cultural critic/poet/playwright/novelist
?Toby Goodshank (b. ????) - US musician and visual artist
Pietro Gori (1865-1911) - renowned Italian poet
Hermann Gorter - Dutch poet
Angela Gossow - German death metal vocalist
[Émile Goudeau - French journalist/novelist/poet]
?Dennis Gould (b. 19??) - poet
Remy de Gourmont - French Symbolist poet, novelist, journalist, art critic
Virgilio Gozzoli - Italian poet, playwright, publisher and Futurist artist
Oskar Maria Graf (aka Oskar Graf-Berg) - German novelist
Alexander Granach - German Jewish & Hollywood film actor
Jules-Félix Grandjouan - French painter, caricaturist, illustrator and poster artist
[Gusto Gräser (Gustav Arthur Gräser) - German nomadic 'poet-prophet']
Jean Grave (1854-1939) - novelist/playwright/publisher in the French anarchist and avant-garde movements - 'La Aventures de Nono' (1901) & 'Terre Libre' (1908)
Émile Gravelle (1855-1920) - French individualist anarchist and naturist activist, writer and painter.
Alberto Grifi - Italian film director, painter
Ferre Grignard (Fernand Grignard) - Belgium anarchist songwriter, skiffle artist and protest singer
Emmett Grogan - co-founder of the Haight-Ashbury anarchist improv group the Diggers
[William Gropper - cartoonist/painter/lithographer/muralist]??
Margarethe Gross (Margaret Michaelis/Michaelis-Sachs) - Austrian, and then Australian, photographer
Otto Gross - Austrian psychoanalyst/one of the characters in the 2011 film 'A Dangerous Method' / important influence on Kafka, DH Lawrence & Berlin Dada
George Grosz (Georg Ehrenfried Groß; d. 1959), German artist/Expressionist/Dadaist / selected for display in the Entartete Kunst exhibition under criteria as a 'cultural Bolshevist' with 'anarchist implications'
Armand Guerra (born José Estivalis Calvo) (1886-1939) - film-maker/screenwriter
Giuseppe Guidi - Italian painter, printmaker/etcher
Jesús Guillén [Bertolín] aka Guillembert - Spanish painter and designer
Juana Belén Gutiérrez de Mendoza - Mexican anarcho-feminist activist, typographer, journalist and poet
[Woody Guthrie - radical American singer-songwriter and folk musician]

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Hellmut G. Haasis - German historian, writer, poet, novelist, publisher
Joel Emmanuel Hägglund [see Joe Hill]
Albert Hahn - cartoonist/designer
[Ruth Hale]
Covington Hall - IWW organiser & poet
Maurice Eugène Marie Hallé - French poet/songwriter/cabaret singer
?Stephen Hancock (b. 19??) - poet
Hutchins Hapgood (1869-1944) - US journalist/author/novelist
Artür Harfaux (born Arthur Julien René Harfaux) - French designer, photographer, writer and screenwriter
Clifford Harper - graphic artist
M. John Harrison - science fiction and fantasy author
Woodrow Tracy 'Woody' Harrelson - American actor
Carl Sadakichi Hartmann - critic/poet/playwright
Jaroslav Hašek (1883-1923) - Czech novelist/humorist
Walter Hasenclever (1890-1940) - radical German Expressionist poet/playwright
[Gerhart Hauptmann - German Naturalist dramatist and novelist, chiefly known today for his early naturalistic social drama 'Die Weber' (The Weavers; 1892)]
Raoul Hausmann (1886-1971) - Austrian artist/writer/one of the key figures in Berlin Dada/established 'Die Freie Strasse' with Franz Jung
Gaston Havard (pseudonym of Jean Gaston Marestan) (1874-1951) - Belgian journalist/essayist
John Heartfield (Helmut Herzfeld) (1891-1968) - German painter/graphic artist/photomontage artist/anti-fascist propagandist/Dadaist/stage designer
Ian Heavens (1957-2000) - Scottish co-founder of the punk/samba band Bloco Vomit & of the online Spunk Archives
[Heinrich Heine (1797-1856) - German lyric poet/satirist/journalist]
Franz Held (Franz Herzfeld) - German anarchist poet, playwright and novelist, father of John Heartfield and Wieland Herzfelde
[Georges Henein - Egyptian surrealist author]
Emmy Hennings (born Emma Maria Cordsen) - German cabaret performer, poet, chanteause, dancer, puppeteer, painter
Robert Henri (1865-1929) - painter
Fortuné Henry - French libertarian journalist and poet
[Maurice-Henry - French poet, painter, filmmaker and cartoonist]
Alfred Henschke (psedonym Klabund) - German Expressionist poet, playwright, novelist
Miguel Hernández [Gilabert] - Spanish poet, playwright
Julio Herrera y Reissig - Uruguayan poet, playwright, essayist
William Herrick - author of 'Hermanos!'
[Wieland Herzfelde - German journalist/author/poet/Dadaist/publisher]
Alexander Herzen - novelist
?Julius Heuberger (18?? - 19??) - Dada's anarchist printer
[Helen Hill - American animation filmmaker and social activist]
Joe Hill [Joel Emmanuel Hägglund] - singer/songwriter
Hirabayashi Taiko (平林 たい子; 1905-1972), pen-name of Hirabayashi Tai (平林タイ) - Japanese fiction writer
Hannah Höch (Anna Therese Johanne Höch) - German artist, photomontagist, Dadaist
Robert van 't Hoff (Robbert van 't Hoff) - Dutch architect and furniture designer, an influential member of the De Stijl movement
Arthur Holitscher (1869-1941) - Hungarian playwright/novelist/essayist/travel writer
Stewart Home (b. 1962) - English artist/filmmaker/writer, pamphleteer/art historian/activist. Author of the novel '69 Things to Do with a Dead Princess' (2002)
Harry Hooton - Australian poet
Richard Hülsenbeck - Dadaist propagandist, poet, writer, collagist, drummer
[Georges Hugnet - French poet, writer, playwright, graphic designer and filmmaker]
Vicente Huidobro - Chilean poet
?Ron Hunt (b. 19??) - British anarchist, librarian, renegade and arts activist, "admirer of Yves Klein, the Situationists and all things Russian Revolutionary".
?Suzanne Husky (b. ?? 1975) Franco-American visual artist / Green-anarchist
[Charles-Marie-Georges Huysmans (1848-1907) - French novelist & anarchist sympathiser/regularly subscribed to 'Le Révolté']

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Henri-Gabriel Ibels - French illustrator, poster artist, printmaker, painter, author
Henrik Ibsen: "The State is the curse of the individual"
Panaït Istrati (Ghérasim Istrati) - Romanian-French writer (short stories and novels)
Ixigrec [pseudonym of Robert Collino] - science fiction author

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Marius (Alexandre) Jacob (1879-1954) - anarchist illegalist burglar/the inspiration for Maurice Leblanc's fictional gentleman thief and detective Arsène Lupin
[Max Jacob - French poet, painter, writer, critic]
Hans Henrik Jaeger (1854-1910) - Norwegian writer/playwright/novelist/important friend & influence on Edvard Munch
Marcel Janco - anarchist-influenced Romanian and Israeli visual artist, architect and art theorist
[Victor Jara (1932-1973) - Chilean political song writer/musician]
Lawrence Jarach - U.S. essayist and vocalist and trombonist
[Alfred Jarry (1873-1907) - French poet, novelist, playwright, freelance scoundrel, proto-surrealist creator of 'Ubu Roi' /inventor of Pataphysics]
?Georges-Edouard Jeanneret (b. ?? 1848-19??) - Swiss writer, watch engraver, enameller, libertarian and the father of Le Corbusier
Gustave Jeanneret - Swiss painter
Henri Jeanson - Pataphysician
Jehan-Rictus - French poet
Jihel, pseudonym of Jacques Camille Lardie - French investigative journalist, photographer, editor, cartoonist, caricaturist, sculptor and anarchist
Alejandro Jodorowsky - Chilean-French filmmaker, playwright, actor, author, musician, comics writer
[Augustus Edwin John - Welsh Post-Impressionist painter, draughtsman and etcher]
François-Henri Jolivet - French worker-poet, pacifist songwriter
JoMo (Jean-Marc Leclercq) - French musician
Jehan Jonas (1944-1980) - libertarian chanteur/cabaret singer/poet/playwright
[Francisco Sionil José - anti-colonial Filipino writer]
Jon Jost - American anarchist & independent filmmaker
Jules Jouy - singer/poet
James Joyce (1882-1941) [Costantini pic]
Attila József - one of the most important and well-known Hungarian poets
Donald Clarence Judd - Minimalist painter/sculptor
Jun Tsuji (辻 潤) - Japanese avant garde writer, Dadaist poet, essayist, playwright, editor, translator
Franz Jung - German Dadaist author/novelist

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[Michal Kácha - Czech journalist/editor/translator/publisher]
Franz Kafka (1883-1924) - Czech-born German writer & anarchist sympathiser
Gustave Kahn - French Symbolist poet/novelist/playwright/art critic
Georg Kaiser - German Expressionist playwright, anti-fascist and anarchist sympathiser
[Vasily Vasilevich Kamensky (Васи́лий Васи́льевич Каме́нский) - Russian Futurist poet, playwright, artist]
[Wassily Kandinsky (1866-1944) - influential Russian painter/art theorist]
?Christophe Karabache (b. ?? 1979), Franco-Lebanese filmmaker
?Sophocles Karidis (Σοφοκλή Kαρύδη; ?? 1832 - ?? 1893) pre-eminent Greek satirist poet, journalist and playwright.
Kitasono Katue (北園 克衛) - renowned Japanese poet, painter, photographer
Bob Kaufman - African American Beat poet, jazz performance artist, satirist, manifesto writer, and anarchist / Abomunist Manifesto (1959)
Charles Keller (1843-1913) - poet/author of the song 'La Jurassienne'
Rockwell Kent - US painter/printmaker/illustrator/writer
Jairus Khan - Canadian musician
Victor Lvovich Kibalchich [aka Victor Serge] (1890-1947) - novelist/poet
Kikuoka Kuri (菊岡 久利) - the pen-name of Takagi Michinokuo, Japanese poet, novelist
?Jay Kinney (b. ?? 1950), American author, editor, underground cartoonist and founder of Anarchy Comics
Heinz Kiwitz (1910-1938) - German Expressionist artist and anti-fascist
Klabund (psedonym of Alfred Henschke) German Expressionist poet, playwright, novelist
lrich Klan - German musician, composer, author
Ladislav Klíma - Czech Expressionist novelist, playwright, poet
Ivan Kliun (1873-1943) - Russian Suprematist and Constructivist artist, painter, graphic artist, sculptor / anarchist artist associated with the Tvorchestvo (Creativity) section specializing in art and literature in 'Anarkhiia'
Helmut Klose aka 'Vagabund' - German short story writer, poet, actor
James Koehnline - Surrealism-influenced collage artist
Georgette Kokoczinski aka 'La Mimosa' - French actress
[Alexandra Kollontai - Workers’ Opposition member and author of 'Love of Worker Bees']
[Käthe Kollwitz - German Expressionist painter, printmaker and sculptor]
?Nicholas Konemenos (Νικόλαος Κονεμένος; ?? 1832 - ?? 1907), Greek novelist, poet and one of the pioneers language struggles in Greece.
Józef Teodor Konrad ‪Nałęcz‬ Korzeniowski (aka Joseph Conrad; 1857-1924)
Kōtoku Shūsui (幸徳 秋水) - journalist/writer
[Ernst Kreuder - German novelist, short story writer and poet]
[Václav Krška - Czech writer , director and writer]
Aleksei Eliseevich Kruchenykh (Алексе́й Елисе́евич Кручёных) - Russian Cubo-Futurist or zaum (‘transrational language') poet, critic
[Marie Krysinska - Polish-born French poet/innovator of free verse/musician/femme chansonnier/composer/novelist of the decadent and symbolist period]
Dieter Kunzelmann - German Happenings artist
Tuli Kupferberg - American counterculture poet/author/cartoonist
František Kupka (1871-1957) - Czech Abstract painter/satirist/book & magazine illustrator
Adonis (Ado) Kyrou - Greek filmmaker/critic/author

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Jo Labadie - poet/writer/printer
Jose Antonio Labordeta Subias - Aragonese singer-songwriter, poet, novelist
Henri Laborit (1914-1995) - French physician/libertarian writer/philosopher/appeared in the 1980 Alain Resnais film 'Mon Oncle d'Amérique'
Gérard de Lacaze-Duthiers (1876-1958) - "Make your life a work of art"
Don Lacoss - surrealist
Renato Lacquaniti (1932-1998) - Italian painter/one of the co-founders of the artistic group 'Atoma'
?Adon Lacroix (born Donna Lecoeur; ?? 1887 - ?? 1975) - Belgian-born free-verse poet, painter
René-Louis Lafforgue (1928-1967) - singer
Christian Lagant (1926-1978) - French writer/artist/one-time surrealist/one of chief editors of 'Noir et Rouge'
Albert Laisant - French author of the children's novel 'Magojana: le Maître du Secret' (Magojana: Master of the Secret; 1925)
Maurice Laisant (1909-1991) - French author/editor of 'Le Monde Libertaire'
Jean-Pierre Lajournade - French filmmaker
Philip Lamantia - Surrealist poet
Madeleine Lamberet - painter/designer/engraver/illustrator
?Wolfi Landstreicher (b. ????) - pseudonymous anarchist theorist and poet
Robert Lapoujade - French painter, radical experimental filmmaker, cinematographer, writer
Pierre Lariviere - painter/caricaturist
Andreas Laskaratos (Ανδρέας Λασκαράτος) - Greek radical satirical poet and writer
[Else Lasker-Schüler - German-Jewish Expressionist poet and playwright]
[Carlos Latuff - cartoonist]
André Laude (1936-1995) - French writer/poet/journalist/Surrealist
Uno Laur aka Kohtla-Järve Uno - Estonian-Jewish punk singer
Henri Laurens - French Cubist sculptor, painter, illustrator, theatre designer, engraver, stonemason
Bernard Lazare (1865-1903) - French Jewish author/journalist/dramatist/literary critic
Chris Lebeau (Joris Johannes Christiaan Lebeau) - Dutch artist, designer, painter, art teacher
Jean Lébédeff (Ivan Konstantinovich Lebedev) - Russian-born French artist, Illustrator and printmaker
?Jean-Jacques Lebel (b. ?? 1936) - French artist, poet, poetry publisher, essay writer, political activist and anarchist
Maurice Leblanc (1864-1941) - French novelist and creator of the fictional gentleman thief and detective Arsène Lupin
?Gérard Lecha (b. ?? 1946), French academic, writer, poet, essayist
Jean-Marc Leclercq aka JoMo - French musician
Alessio Lega - Italian singer-songwriter, writer
Ursula K. Le Guin - libertarian science fiction and fantasy novelist
Claude Le Maguet [aka Jean Salivas] (1887-1979) - French poet/typographer
George Leite - American libertarian author, poet
Maurice Lemaître (Moïse Maurice Bismuth) - French lettriste artist, writer, poet, experimental cinematographer
André Léo (pen name of Victoire Léodile Béra) - French novelist
Mathias Léoni - Italian sculptor of medals/mosaic artist
Jules Lermina - French prolific novelist, journalist
Gustave Le Rouge (Gustave Henri Joseph Lerouge) - French writer, journalist
Roland Lethem - Belgian radical filmmaker, screenwriter, actor, writer
Delfín Lévano (Delfín Amador Lévano Goméz) - Peruvian journalist, poet, musician
?Jean-Pierre Levaray (b. Sept. ?? 1955), French libertarian novelist, cartoonist, editor, publisher and trades unionist, born.
Carlo Levi - Italian-Jewish painter, writer
Philip Levine - poet
Alfred Levitt - Belarus-born American renowned artist, storyteller
[Hans Leybold - German expressionist poet]
Rudolf von Liebich - US composer of 'We Have Fed You All For A Thousand Years'/music director of the Dil Pickle Club
Jaceguay Lins - Brazilian composer, conductor, music teacher, writer, poet
[Leconte de Lisle (1818-1894) - French poet & anarchist sympathiser/subscribed to 'La Revolte']
Serge Livrozet - French writer/novelist
[Lluís Llach i Grande - Catalonian musician, composer and songwriter]
J. William Lloyd - poet
Baltasar Lobo - sculptor
Jack London (1876-1916)
[Federico García Lorca (1898-1936) - Andalusian poet/dramatist/artist]
André Lorulot (aka André Georges Roulot) - French playwright
Arthur-Vincent Lourié (Naum Izrailevich Luria) - Russian experimentalist composer
Mary Stanley Low - Anglo-Australian poet, Surrealist
Maximilien Luce - Neo-impressionist painter/printmaker
Dyer Lum - American poet
Fabio Luz (Fabio Lopez dos Santos Luz) (1864-1938) - Brazilian novelist

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John Henry Mackay [used the pseudonym Sagitta] (1864-1933) - Swiss-German poet/novelist
?Josh MacPhee (b. ?? 1973) - US graphic artist
Jackson Mac Low - poet, performance artist, composer and playwright
Maurice Mac-Nab (1856-1889) - French poet, songwriter, cabaret artist
[Conroy Maddox - English Surrealist painter, collagist, writer]
René Magritte - Surrealist & member of the Revolutionary Surrealist Group
Claude Le Maguet [aka Jean Salivas] (1887-1979) - French poet/typographer
Yves-Marie Mahé (b. ?? 1972), French libertarian filmmaker
Jiří Mahen (real name Antonín Vančura) - Czech poet/novelist/journalist/dramaturge/librarian/director/theatre critic/anarchist/anti-militarist
Léo Malet - French crime novelist/poet/Surrealist/creator of Nestor 'Dynamite' Burma, private detective and ex-anarchist
Kazimir Malevich - painter/founder of the Suprematist movement
Claude Le Maguet [aka Jean Salivas] (1887-1979) - French poet/typographer
Jorge Majfud - Uraguayan novelist, essayist
Léo Malet - French crime novelist/poet/Surrealist/creator of Nestor 'Dynamite' Burma, private detective and ex-anarchist,
Judith Malina - theatre and film actress/writer/director
Stéphane Mallarmé - French Symbolist poet & critic/anarchist sympathiser/financial supported anarchists on trial (incl. Félix Fénéon)/regularly subscribed to 'Le Révolté' - "Je ne connais pas d'autre bombe qu'un livre." (I know of no bomb other than a book.)
Jean-Patrick Manchette - French crime novelist, screenwriter, author of 'Nada'
Ethel Mannin (1900-1984) - Irish novelist/author
Sylvain Maréchal - poet
Michal Mareš (Josef Mareš) - Czech writer, poet, journalist
Jean Marestan (pseudonym of Gaston Havard) (1874-1951) - Belgian journalist/essayist
Thierry Maricourt - French proletarian writer, poet, novelist, essayist
Constant Marie aka Le Père Lapurge - singer and songwriter
Filippo Tommaso Marinetti - poet/future Futurist
Giovanni Marini (1942-2001) - Italian working class poet/writer
Dora Marsden - British publisher of important literary modernist magazines
Peter Marshall - English philosopher, historian, biographer, travel writer, poet
?Andy Martin (????) - English musician, singer, lyricist and writer/singer with the Apostles
Frans Masereel - painter/graphic artist
?Bruno Massé - (b. ?? 1982) anarchist author, novelist, poet, researcher, activist, publisher, musician and lyricist
Ludovic Massé - novelist
André Masson - French Surrealist painter/sculptor/illustrator/designer/writer
Émile Masson - Breton author of 'Les Rebelles' (1908), "anarchico-bretons" tales
?Marie-Dominique Massoni (b. ????) - poet/Surrealist
A. Matthey [see Arthur Arnould] - novelist
Camille Mauclair (pseudonym of Séverin Faust) - French Symbolist poet, novelist, biographer, travel writer, art critic
Charles Maurin (1856-1914) - French painter/engraver
Emile Maurin - photographer
?Gerasimos Mavrogiannis (Γεράσιμος Μαυρογιάννης; ?? 1823 - ?? 1860), Greek scholar, writer, poet and painter, composed the 'Hymn of the Radical'
Chiquet Mawet (Michelle Beaujean) - Belgian playwright, storyteller, poet
[Vladimir Mayakovsky (1893-1930) - Russian revolutionary poet]
Jehan Mayoux - French poet & Surrealist
Jean Meckert - novelist
Manuel Medina González (aka Manolo Medina i Ariel) - Andalusian journalist, poet, writer
Walter Mehring - German-Jewish Expressionist poet and prose writer
Ludwig Meidner - German painter, graphic artist and poet
Albert Meister (1927-1982) - Swiss author/sociologist/the real author of 'La Soi-Disant Utopie du Centre Beaubourg' allegedly written by 'Gustave Affeulpin'
?Spyros Melas (Σπύρος Μελάς; ?? 1882 - ?? 1966), Greek journalist, author, playwright, academic and anarcho-syndicalist.
George Melly (1926-2007) - English jazz and blues singer, critic, writer and lecturer on art history
Albert Meltzer (1920-1996) - bit-part actor/author/publisher/print-worker
Leopoldo Méndez - painter/muralist/printmaker
Stuart Merrill - American Symbolist poet who wrote mostly in French
Jacques Mesnil (pseudonym of Jean-Jacques Dwelshauvers; 1872-1940) - Belgian art critic
Régis Messac - French writer/novelist/poet
Mezz Mezzrow (Milton Mesirow) - American jazz clarinetist and saxophonist
Margaret Michaelis (Michaelis-Sachs) (born Margarethe Gross) - Austrian, and then Australian, photographer
Serge Michel (pseudonym of Lucien Douchet) - French libertarian journalist, novelist, poet, painter
Henry Miller - American writer, banned novelist, memorist, critic, painter
Peter Miller - editor of the 'Z Review'
Jean-François Millet - painter
Tomás Herreros Miquel (or Miguel) - Spanish anarcho-syndicalist/writer/active in the Arte de Imprimir
Robert Berkeley "Bob" Minor (July 15, 1884 - 1952) - US political cartoonist, a radical journalist
Octave Mirbeau - novelist
Joan Miró (1893-1983) - painter
Bruno Misefari (aka Furio Sbarnemi) - Italian philosopher/poet/author
Adrian Mitchell (1932-2008) - British poet/playwright
Richard Mock (1944-2006) - printmaker/painter/sculptor/editorial cartoonist
Tina Modotti ( Assunta Adelaide Luigia Modotti Mondini) - Italian photographer, model, actress
[Marietta di Monaco (Maria Kirndörfer) - German cabaret artist, poet, chanteuse, dancer, artist's model]
Manuel Monleón Burgos - Spanish painter, illustrator, poster artist, photomontagist
Joseph Monnanni (Monanni)(1887-1952) - Italian typographer/journalist
Montéhus (Gaston Mardochée Brunswick) - French singer-songwriter
Federica Montseny - poet
Juan Montseny (aka Federico Urales) (1864-1942) - novelist/publisher
Michael Moorcock - Nebula award-winning science fiction author
Alan Moore - graphic novelist
Richard O. Moore - US poet
Mauro Bajatierra Morán - Spanish journalist/prolific writer/novelist/playwright
?Ben Morea (b. ?? 1941) - US painter
Louis Moreau (1883-1958) - painter/engraver
Aleksei Alekseevich Morgunov (1884-1935) - a member of Mikhail Larionov’s Donkey's Tail group and later an adherent of Malevich’s Suprematism / anarchist artist associated with the Tvorchestvo (Creativity) section specializing in art and literature in 'Anarkhiia'
Moriya Emori - Japanese poet, children's writer
William Morris (1834-96) - polymath
Maria Lacerda de Moura - Brazilian poet
[John Frederick Mowbray-Clarke - American sculptor]
Mary Horgan Mowbray-Clarke American art critic/writer/publisher
Arthur Moyse - author/artist
René E. Mueller (Ernst René Müller) - Swiss writer, poet
Erich Mühsam - poet
Heiner Müller (1929-1995) - German dramatist/director/poet
Multatuli (pen name of Eduard Douwes Dekker) - novelist
Mystag (Robert François) - French illusionist

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[Conlon Nancarrow (1912-1997) - composer/antifascist]
Georges Navel (Charles François Victor Navel) - French proletarian writer, novelist
Norman Nawrocki (b. ?? 1959), Montreal-based comedian, sex educator, cabaret artist, musician, author, actor, producer, composer
José Sobral de Almada Negreiros - leading Portuguese modernist artist, poet, novelist, futurist
Pablo Neruda (Neftali Ricardo Reyes Basoalto) - Chilean poet
Stanislav Kostka Neumann - Czech journalist/poet/literary and art critic/translator
Roberto das Neves aka Ernst Izgur - Portuguese-born Brazilian writer, journalist, poet
Vítězslav Nezval - Czech poet/writer/dramatist/translator/Dadaist/co-founder of Poetism/leading personality of Czech Surrealism
Barnett Newman (- US abstract expressionist/colour field painter
[Robert Brayton Nichols - US Beat poet, playwright, anarchist sci-fi novelist and architect]
[Anaïs Nin (Angela Anaïs Juana Antolina Rosa Edelmira Nin y Culmell) - American author and diarist]
Nguyen An Ninh - influential Vietnamese nationalist journalist, poet
Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche - German poet/composer/cultural critic
Noe Itō (1895-1923) - Japanese author/novelist/translator/contributor to the feminist arts and culture magazine 'Seitō' (Blue Stocking).
?Laura Norder (aka Laura Oldfield-Ford) (b. ?? 1973) - English artist influenced by anarchism and the DIY punk ethic.
Renzo Novatore [pseudonym of Abele Ricieri Ferrari] (1890-1922) - Italian anti-fascist poet
José María Nunes - Portuguese-Catalan filmaker, director, script writer, actor
Jeff Nuttall - English poet/actor/painter/sculptor/jazz trumpeter

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Étienne O'Leary - Québécois actor, director and soundtrack composer of experimental short film, painter
Eugene O’Neill - playwright & philosophical Stirnerite anarchist/Emma Goldman is mentioned in O'Neill's biographies as being a radicalising influence on his youth.
José Pérez Ocaña - Andalusian naive painter, performance artist
José Rodrigues Oiticica - Brazilian poet
?John Olday (born Arthur William Oldag plus used various pseudonyms including Frederick Frostick, Frank Allen, Willi Freimann, and Michael Peterson)(?? 1904 - ?? Sept. 1944) - English painter & cartoonist
José Oiticica - Brazilian poet
Olivier O. Olivier (Pierre Marie Olivier) - French painter
Ono Tozaburo (小野十三郎) - Japanese poet
George Oppen - American Objectivist poet
Valeriano Orobón Fernánez - Spanish poet, who wrote the Spanish lyrics of the CNT anthem 'A Las Barricadas'
José Clemente Orozco - Mexican social realist painter/muralist/lithographer
'Pepe' José Ortas Sánchez (?? 1930 - ?? 2003), Spanish bohemian artist
[Jiří Orten (Jiří Ohrenstein) - Czech poet]
Karl Otten - German writer
[George Orwell (Eric Arthur Blair) (1903-1950)]

P:

Felipe Alaiz de Pablo (1887-1959) - novelist/journalist/publisher
Paul Paillette - French poet, songwriter, amour-libriste
Jean Painlevé - French biologist turned film director, actor, translator, animator, critic and theorist
[Chuck Palahniuk - American cult author and freelance journalist]
Grace Paley - short story writer/poet
Nina Paley (b. 1968) - American cartoonist/animator
Panagiotis Panas (Παναγιώτης Πανάς) - Greek writer, journalist, poet
Biófilo Panclasta (born Vicente Rojas Lizcano) - Colombian writer, poet
Oskar Panizza - German avant-garde author/playwright/novelist/poet
Clément Pansaers - French language Belgian poet, artist (painting, engraving and sculpture)
Demetrius Paparrigopoulos (Δημήτριος Παπαρρηγόπουλος) - Greek playwright, poet
[Mimi Parent (1924-2005) - Canadian surrealist artist]
Nicanor Parra - "anti-poet"
Jules Pascin (Julius Mordecai Pincas) - Bulgarian-born American painter
Kenneth Patchen - US poet/artist/author
Aurèle Patorni (1880-1955) - writer/journalist/playwright/poet/song-writer
Hélène Patou (1902-1975) - French writer/artist's model (Matisse, Picabia, etc.)
Patrick Pécherot - French journalist, novelist
Charles Péguy - French poet, playwright, essayist
Fernand Pelloutier - French anarchist, anarcho-syndicalist activist, journalist, poet
A. R. Penck (aka Ralf Winkler) - German painter, draughtsman, sculptor, film maker, writer and musician / an “anarchist par excellence”
Auguste Percheron - French libertarian écrivain public and songwriter
Benjamin Péret - French poet, Parisian Dadaist, founder member of the French Surrealist movement
José Nakens Pérez - Spanish journalist, writer and poet
Fredy Perlman (1934-1985) - author/publisher
Néstor Perlongher - Argentinian poet, writer
Maurice Pernette - French small press publisher/poet/author
Alphonse Gallaud de la Pérouse [pen name Zo D'Axa] (1864-1930) - French lampoonist/publisher/writer
Fernando Pessoa, born Fernando António Nogueira de Seabra Pessoa - Portuguese Modernist poet, writer, literary critic translator, publisher
[Nancy Joyce Peters - American poet, writer, Surrealist, publisher and co-founder with Lawrence Ferlinghetti of City Lights Books and Publishers]
Pierre Peuchmaurd - French poet, Surrealist
Franz Pfemfert - German publisher, editor of the mass-circulation anti-war paper 'Die Aktion', poet, literary critic and portrait photographer
Utah Phillips (1935-2008) - protest poet/folk singer
Pascal Pia (born Pierre Durand) - French writer, poet, journalist, illustrator
Francis Picabia - French painter, illustrator, designer, poet, writer, editor
Pablo Ruiz y Picasso - Spanish painter/sculptor/printmaker/ceramicist/stage designer
[Marge Piercy - author]
Marc Pierrot (1871-1950) - publisher of the long-running libertarian review 'Plus Loin'
Giuseppe 'Pino' Pinelli + 'Accidental Death of an Anarchist'
Erwin Friedrich Maximilian Piscator - German theatre director/producer
Georges Henri Manzana Pissarro - French Impressionist and Post-Impressionist painter, engraver
[Lucien Pissarro - French Impressionist and neo-Impressionist landscape painter, printmaker, wood engraver and designer and printer of fine books]
Ludovic-Rodo Pissarro - French post-Impressionist painter and anarchist sympathiser
Camille Pissarro (1830-1903) - Neo-impressionist painter
Theodor Plievier (orig. Plivier) - German novelist, writer
?P.M. (Hans Widmer; b. ?? 1947) - Swiss author of 'bolo'bolo' (1983) an anarchist/anti-capitalist social utopian novel
Clovis Poirier (stage name Clovys; 1885-1955) - French singer (author, composer, performer)/director of La Muse Rouge
Alfred Polgar (orig: Alfred Polak) - Austrian-born journalist/short story writer/screenwriter/satirist/translator/essayist
George Simeonov Popov - poet
Adrién Porchet - Swiss filmmaker, cinematographer
José Guadalupe Posada - Mexican cartoonist illustrator and artist who worked closely with the Magonistas
Norman Potter - English anarchist, designer, craftsman, writer and poet
Eugene Pottier (1816-1887) - French poet/revolutionist/Communard/author of 'The Internationale'
Henry Poulaille (-1896-1980) - novelist/director of Éditions Grasset & the journal 'Le Nouvel Âge Littéraire'/founder of 'Le Musée du Soir'
Jean-Bernard Pouy - creator of Gabriel Lecouvreur, a libertarian detective nicknamed 'The Octopus'
Tomás Granado Pozo - Spanish poet
John Cowper Powys - Welsh novelist, essayist, poet
Manuel González Prada (1844-1918) - noted Peruvian poet/literary & social critic/writer
[Heimrad Prem - German painter]
Jacques Prévert - poet/screenwriter/Surrealist
Pierre Prévert - French filmmaker, actor, director, writer
Diane di Prima - poet
Robert Proix (1895-1978) - editor of the libertarian review 'Témoins' (Witness)
Promoe (Mårten Edh, born Nils Mårten Ed) - Swedish rapper
?Richard Prost (b. ????), French director of the Spanish anarcho-syndicalist history 'Otro Futuro - Un Autre Future' (1985)
Stanisław Feliks Przybyszewski - Polish novelist, Symbolist dramatist and poet
Nikolay Nikolayevich Punin (Russian: Никола́й Никола́евич Пу́нин) - Russian art scholar and writer

Q:

Serge Quadruppani - French author of romans noirs detective fiction, translator, essayist, literary editor, journalist
Pierre Quillard - French Symbolist poet/playwright
Pierre Quiroule (pseudonym of Joaquin Alejo Falconnet) - French-born Argentinian writer, playwright, journalist, novelist

R:

Charles Radcliffe - English cultural critic/member of the Situationist International/editor of the magazine 'Heatwave'.
Leda Rafanelli - Italian writer
Michel Ragon - French writer, poet, novelist, art and architecture critic, art historian, historian of proletarian literature
?Mikhaïl W. Ramseier (b. ?? 1964), Swiss anarcho-individualist poet, novelist, essayist and journalist
Gabriel Randon (Jehan-Rictus) - French Symbolist poet
Tintino Persio Rasi - Italian individualist anarchist activist/propagandist/journalist/writer/Futurist poet
Ravachol (François Claudius Koenigstein) - subject of popular myth & song (e.g. 'La Ravachole, Sur l'Air de la Carmagnole')
Man Ray (1890-1976) - artist/photographer/painter/film-maker
Herbert Read (1893-1968) - English poet/art critic
Florence Reece (née Patton) - American poet and folk song writer
[Adya van Rees (Adrienne Catherine Dutilh) - Dutch artist (needle art, broderies and wall hangings)]
Otto van Rees - Dutch painter
Godfrey Reggio - documentarian film director
Henri de Régnier - French symbolist poet
Jamie Reid
[Jean-Marc Reiser - one of France's foremost cartoonists and comic artists]
Rio Reiser (Ralph Christian Möbius) - German singer, musician, composer, songwriter, actor
Eugen Relgis - Rumanian poet
Adolphe Retté - French Symbolist poet/writer
Janos (John) Réty - poet/translator/publisher
?Paola Revenioti (Paul Reveniotis / Πάολα Ρεβενιώτη; b. ?? 1959) Greek prostitute, transvestite, editor, poet, anarchist and transgender activist
Kenneth Rexroth (1905-1982) - anarchist poet/essayist/critic/translator
Hanon Reznikov (born Howard Reznick) - American theatre and film actor, writer and co-director of The Living Theatre
António Pedro Ribeiro (António Pedro de Basto e Vasconcelos Ribeiro da Silva) - Portuguese poet
Aquilino Gomes Ribeiro - Portuguese novelist, writer
Georges Ribemont-Dessaignes - French writer (plays, poetry, manifestos and opera librettos), painter
[Jean Richepin (1849-1926) - French poet, novelist and dramatist/anarchist sympathiser whose texts appeared in 'Le Révolté' / 'The Atheist's Prayer'/'Le Chat Noir']
Hans Richter - Dadaist artist/film-maker
Jehan-Rictus (Gabriel Randon) - French Symbolist poet
Lola Ridge (1873-1941) - poet/artist's model/illustrator
Ernest Riebe - Mr. Block comic strip
Arthur Rimbaud [Costantini pic]
[Joachim Ringelnatz (pen name of Hans Bötticher) - German author (poetry, novels, drama, memoirs, childrens books), painter and Kabarettist/satirical stand-up comedian]
[Alain Robbe-Grillet - French writer, literary theorist, screenwriter and filmmaker]
André Robèr - French writer, poet, painter and editor of the annual review 'Art & Anarchie'
Armand Robin - French poet/translator
Christiane Rochefort - French writer, novelist, essayist, translator, journalist
Fermin Rocker (1907-2004) - artist/book illustrator
Étienne Roda-Gil (Esteve Roda Gil) - French-born poet, songwriter, screenwriter
[Aleksander Mikhailovich Rodchenko - Constructivist artist/sculptor/photographer/photomontagist/graphic designer]
Paul Napoléon Roinard - poet/playwright/librettist/painter
José Domingo Gómez Rojas - Chilean poet
Manuel Rojas Sepúlveda - Chilean novelist/poet/essayist
[Maurice Rollinat - French poet]
Juan López Romero [Jiménez] aka 'Juan el Camas' or 'Chiquito de Camas' - Andalusian flamenco singer, especially of the fandango
Donald Rooum (b. 1920) - English anarchist cartoonist/writer/best known for his Wildcat cartoons.
Franklin Rosemont - poet/artist/historian of anarchist movement/co-founder of the Chicago Surrealist Group "I am a revolutionary mammal, an alchemical atheist, and an aquatic-aerial anarchist as well as a poet."
Joseph Rosenzweig Moir - Czech anarchist poet
Olivia Rossetti Agresti - British author, editor and interpreter
Dieter Roth - German-Swiss artist-poet associated with the Fluxus movement
Mark Rothko (1903-1970) - painter
Paul-Pierre Roux (aka Saint-Pol-Roux) - French Symbolist poet, novelist, playwright
Marco Rovelli - Italian musician, writer, poet, history and philosophy teacher
David Rovics - US singer and songwriter
Olga Rozanova - Russian Cubo-Futurist and Suprematist artist, painter, graphic artist, illustrator, designer, art theorist and poet / anarchist artist associated with the Tvorchestvo (Creativity) section specializing in art and literature in 'Anarkhiia'
Jules-César Rozental - Bulgarian poet
[Ludwig Rubiner - German Expressionist poet, literary critic, essayist, translator, painter]
Phil Ruff - cartoonist
[Muriel Rukeyser - US feminist poet]
Ralph Rumney - artist/founding member of the Situationist International
Luigi Russolo - Italian Futurist painter, composer
Maria Rygier (1885-1953) - Italian one-time editor at the socialist newspaper 'Il Popolo d'Italia', founded by Benito Mussolini in 1914
Georgette Ryner (1895-1975) - writer and poet
Han Ryner (Jacques Élie Henri Ambroise Ner; 1861-1938) - French novelist/writer
Théo van Rysselberghe (1862-1926) - Belgian Impressionist, neo-Impressionist and then Pointillist painter

S:

[Donatien Alphonse François, Marquis de Sade]
Sagitta [see John Henry Mackay]
?Georgia Sagri (Γεωργία Σαγρή; b. ?? 1979) Greek-born performance artist and anarchist
Valentine de Saint-Point (Anna Jeanne Valentine Marianne Glans de Cessiat-Vercell) - French artist, writer, poet, painter, playwright, art critic, choreographer, journalist
Saint-Pol-Roux (Paul-Pierre Roux) - French Symbolist poet, novelist, playwright
Jean Salivas [see Claude Le Maguet] (1887-1979) - French poet/typographer
Albert Victor Samain - French Symbolist poet, writer
Philip Sansom (1916-1999) - writer/artist
Chicho Sánchez Ferlosio (José Antonio Julio Onésimo Sánchez Ferlosio) - Spanish singer, poet, songwriter, journalist
Florencio Sánchez (1875-1910) - Uruguan playwright/journalist
Sanshiro Ishikawa (石川 三四郎) - Japanese anarchist and anarcho-syndicalist theorist, historian, translator and novelist
Lucia Sanchez Saornil (1895-1970) - Spanish poet/painter
José de Sousa Saramago - Portuguese writer of novels, short stories, poetry, plays, memoirs and travelogues
[Jean-Paul Sartre (1905-1980)]
[Erik Satie - French composer and pianist]
[Carlos Saura]
Derek Stanley Savage (pen name D.S. Savage) - English poet, critic
[Roberto Saviano - radical Italian journalist, writer and essayist]
[Alberto Savinio (Andrea Francesco Alberto de Chirico) - Italian writer, painter, musician, journalist, essayist, playwright, set designer, composer]
Walter Serner (Walter Eduard Seligmann) - Czech-born German-language writer, essayist, Dadaist
Rene Shapshak - Paris-born South African sculptor, painter, illustrator
Paul Karl Wilhelm Scheerbart - German author of fantastic literature and drawings
Elsa Schiaparelli (1890-1973) - Italian fashion designer/surrealist/anarchist fellow traveller
[Rudolf Schlichter - German Neue Sachlichkeit (New Objectivity) artist, Dadaist / 'Death of the Anarchist Moro' (1920)]
Irmin Schmidt - German keyboardist, composer and founding member of the band Can
[Aurélien Scholl (1833-1902)- French author, playwright, novelist & Journalist/anarchist sympathiser whose texts appeared in 'Le Révolté']
Dieter Schrage - Austrian art historian, ceramicist
Georg Schrimpf - German painter and graphic artist
Samuel Schwartzbard - Russian Jewish poet
Jean Émile Louis Scutenaire - Belgian poet, anarchist, atheist, surrealist
Louis Ségeral - French poet, painter and novelist
[Jaroslav Seifert - Czech poet/writer/journalist/translator]
Franz Wilhelm Seiwert - German painter/sculptor/poet/Expressionist, Dadaist/Constructivist/member of the Cologne Progressives
Jean Senac - gay Algerian poet
Ramon J. Sender (Ramón José Sender Garcés) - Spanish novelist, essayist, journalist
Walter Serner (born Walter Eduard Seligmann) - Czech-born German-language writer, essayist, Dadaist
Juan Serrano y Oteiza - his most famous work is probably his utopian novel 'Pensativo' (1885).
Victor Serge [Victor Lvovich Kibalchich] (1890-1947) - novelist/poet
Georges Seurat - Neo-impressionist artist "one can assume that Seurat shared the views of his friends, because his literary and artistic comrades…belonged to anarchist circles, and if his opinions had been opposed to theirs it would have been noticed." - Felix Feneon
Gerhard Seyfried - German anarchist comics and graphic artist, cartoonist and writer
Ben Shahn (1898-1969) - made series of 23 paintings inspired by the trial and execution of two Italian anarchists Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti
Karl Shapiro - American poet
[Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin Shelley - author]
[Percy Bysshe Shelley - Romantic poet]
Shin Chae-ho - Korean novelist
Michelle Shocked (stage name of Karen Michelle Johnston), American singer-songwriter
Paul Signac - Neo-impressionist artist
Agostinho da Silva - Portuguese philosopher, essayist, writer
Georges Simenon - author/creator of the Inspector Maigret novels
John Sinclair - White Panther Party founder/author/music critic/one-time manager of the band MC5
[Upton Sinclair - American novelist, writer, journalist]
Maurice Sinet aka Siné - French cartoonist, writer and Pataphysician
David Alfaro Siqueiros - Mexican social realist painter/muralist
T-Bone Slim (Matt Valentine Huhta; 1880-1942) - IWW songwriter / “Wherever you find injustice, the proper form of politeness is attack
Winston Smith - artist/collagist
Gary Snyder - poet
Sole (Tim Holland) - Dedemma Speaks
Francisco de Asís Soler - anarchist writer friend of Picasso - they started the magazine 'Arte Joven' (Young Art) together
[Sergio Sollima - Italian film director and script writer]
Sidney Solomon - painter
[Philippe Soupault - French writer, poet, novelist, playwright, critic]
[Herman Spector - important radical American poet]
Jack Spicer - San Francisco Renaissance poet
[Norman Spinrad - science fiction author]
Fráňa Šrámek - Czech poet/novelist/short story writer/Impressionist playwright
Théophile Alexandre Steinlen - Art Nouveau painter/printmaker
[Varvara Fyodorovna Stepanoa (Варва́ра Фёдоровна Степа́нова) - Russian-Lithuanian painter and designer]
Jacques Sternberg - Belgian novelist, writer of science fiction and fantastique, pamphleteer, essayist, journalist, columnist
[Alfred Stieglitz - American photographer, gallery owner]
Henri Storck - Belgian author, film-maker, documentarist, actor, Surrealist
Artur Streiter - German graphic artist, painter, writer
Johan August Strindberg - Swedish playwright/novelist/poet/essayist/painter
Jindřich Štyrský - Czech painter/photographer/photomontagist/graphic designer/collagist/poet/Surrealist theorist
Jan Švankmajer - Czech Surrealist filmmaker/animator/artist
Eva Švankmajerová - Surrealist artist/painter/ceramicist/poet/filmmaker and writer
Emil Szittya (Adolf Schenk) - Hungarian anarchist, writer, journalist, painter, art critic

T:

Adolphe Tabarant - French journalist, writer and art critic
Laurent Tailhade (1854-1919) - French poet/translator
Paco Ignacio Taibo II - Mexican novelist
Takami Jun (高見 順) - pen-name of Takami Yoshio, Japanese novelist, poet
Pío Tamayo - poet
Aldo Tambellini - Italian American painter, sculptor, poet
Jacques Tardi - French comics artist, novelist
Vladimir Yevgraphovich Tatlin (Влади́мир Евгра́фович Та́тлин) - Russian, and later Soviet, painter and architect
Bruno Taut (Bruno Julius Florian Taut) - German architect, urban planner
Simon Watson Taylor - Surrealist
Nikolas Tchorbadieff (1900-1994)- Bulgarian anarchist who helped found the International Bookshop in Paris
Karel Teige - Czech graphic artist/photographer/typographer/"poet-anarchist"
Julien Temple - director
Dumitru Ţepeneag (pen names Ed Pastenague and Dumitru Tsepeneag) - Romanian novelist, short story writer
Tiffany Ellsworth Thayer - American actor, author
?Jan Theiler (aka Pastor Leumund, Michael Fieling, MC Abitur; b. ?? 1967) - German Dadaist artist
Bernard Thomas (1936-2012) - French libertarian theatre critic and columnist for 'Canard Enchaîné'
Henry David Thoreau (1817-1862) - American essayist/poet/author of 'Walden'
Jean Tinguely - Swiss painter, sculptor
[Ruthven Campbell Todd - Scottish poet, artist, novelist and writer of children's books, who also wrote detective fiction under the pseudonym R. T. Campbell]
Gérard Tolck - Swiss painter, engraver, sculptor
Ernst Toller (1893-1939) - Expressionist playwright/poet
Leo Tolstoï/Tolstoy - author
Karel Toman (pen name of Antonín Bernášek) - Czech poet, journalist, translator
Roland Topor - Polish-born French graphic artist, cartoonist, painter, writer, filmmaker, actor, songwriter, surrealist
Francisco Tortosa - Spanish-Mexican painter
[Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec - French painter/printmaker/draughtsman/illustrator]
Toyen (Marie Cermínová) - Czech-born Surrealist painter/printmaker
B Traven [aka Otto Feige, Albert Otto Max Wienecke, Berick Traven Torsvan, Hal Croves, Torsvan Croves, Ret Marut, Bent Traven] - novelist
Henry Treece - British poet, novelist, short story writer, essayist, playwright, editor
Jean-Louis Trintignant - French actor
Alexander Trocchi (1925-1984) - Scottish novelist/International Situationist/author of 'Cain's Book'
Tõnu Trubetsky aka Tony Blackplait - Estonian punk rock singer, film and music video director, journalist, poet, novelist
[Kurt Tucholsky - German-Jewish pacifist, non-aligned socialist, journalist, satirist and writer]
Benjamin Tucker (1854-1939) - American publisher/journalist
Ethel Duffy Turner - US writer, journalist and novelist
Pio Turroni (1900-1982) - Italian publisher
Tristan Tzara (Samuel Rosenstock) - Romanian-French avant garde poet, essayist, performance artist, journalist, playwright, literary and art critic, composer and film director

U:

[Nadezhda Andreeva Udaltsova (Наде́жда Андре́евна Удальцо́ва) - Russian Cubo-Futurist and Suprematist artist and painter]
[Giuseppe Ungaretti - Italian modernist poet, journalist, essayist, critic and academic]
Demetrio Urruchúa - Argentinian painter/printmaker/muralist

V:

Roger Vailland - French novelist, essayist, screenwriter
Alfredo Guevara Valdés - Cuban founder of the Cuban Institute for the Arts and Industry of Cinematography (ICAIC) and the Havana Film Festival/key figure in the New Latin American Cinema
Karl Valentin (Valentin Ludwig Fey) - German comedian, cabaret performer, clown, author, film producer
Paul Valéry - libertarian, Symbolist poet, philosopher
Jules Vallès - French novelist/journalist
Jacques Vallet - poet/dramatist
Ricardo Peña Vallespin - Catalan novelist
Virgilio Vallmajó - Neo-Cubist painter
Felix Vallotton - painter/printmaker
Pietro Valpreda- Italian dancer
Raoul Vaneigem, Belgian author of the erotic novel 'L'Ile aux Delices' (The Island of Delights; 1979)
Remedios Varo - surrealist artist
Neno Vasco [Gregory Nazianzen Moreira de Queiroz and Vasconcelos] (1878-1920) - Portuguese journalist/poet/writer
Gee Vaucher - painter/collagist
André Veidaux (anagrammic pseudonym of Jean-Baptiste Adrien Devaux; d. 1927) - French Symbolist writer, poet, critic
[Paul Verlaine (1844-1896) - French Symbolist poet]
Madeleine Vernet (Madeleine Cavelier) - French novelist
Boris Vian - French polymath/writer/poet/jazz musician/singer/translator/critic/actor
Georges Vidal - French poet, novelist
Francis Vielé-Griffin - US-born French symbolist poet
Paul Vigné d'Octon (Paul-Étienne Vigné) - French writer, poet, journalist
Jules Vignes (1884-1970) - anarchist publisher
[Eugene Bonaventure de Vigo (1883-1917) aka Miguel Almereyda - father of Jean Vigo]
Jean Vigo - film-maker/wanted to make a film about Eugène Dieudonné
Alfons Vila i Franquesa - Spanish cartoonist
Daniel Villanova - French libertarian actor and playwright
François Villon - poss. the first poète maudit/claimed as an early anarchist precursor
Simon Vinkenoog - Dutch writer, poet, Provo
Maurice de Vlaminck - French landscape and still-life painter/lithographer/wood-engraver/etcher/writer/poet/violinist
[Johann Heinrich Vogeler - German painter, printmaker, architect, designer]

W:

Lois Waisbrooker - US novelist/author
[Sylvia Townsend Warner (1893-1978) - English feminist and lesbian writer/poet]
Richard Warren - cartoonist [Cienfuegos Press Review, etc.]
[Peter Watkins - radical English film and television screenwriter and director]
Tom Wayman - Canadian worker-poet, essayist
Phyllis Webb - Canadian poet
Max Weber - Jewish-American Cubist painter, poet
[Frank Wedekind (Benjamin Franklin Wedekind) - German playwright and satirical poet]
Wolfgang Wendland - German musician/filmmaker/actor
Franz Viktor Werfel (1890-1945) - Czech-born, Austrian-Jewish novelist/playwright/poet
[Lina Wertmüller (Arcangela Felice Assunta Wertmüller von Elgg Español von Braueich), Italian film writer and director]
Philip Whalen - America Beat poet
Oscar Wilde - Irish poet/dramatist, declared himself an anarchist and, under Kropotkin's inspiration, wrote the essay 'The Soul of Man Under Socialism' (1891).
Brad Will - US anarchist, documentary filmmaker
?Georges Willaume - artist
Henri Willems - Belgian sculptor/carver
Adolphe Willette - painter/caricaturist
Heathcote Williams - poet/actor/playwright/'International Times' stalwart
Victor Arthur James Willing - Egyptian-born British painter
{Charlotte Wilson (1854-1944) - co-founded Freedom newspaper}
Robert Anton Wilson - novelist
Peter Lamborn Wilson [aka Hakim Bey] - poet/essayist
Adolf Wolff - Belgian-born American anarchist, poet and sculptor
Adolf Wolff - poet/sculptor
Gil J. Wolman (born Gil Joseph) - pioneer French film-maker/writer/sound poet/Internationale Lettriste
Charles Erskine Scott Wood - American author, poet, painter
Paul Wulf - German anti-fascist artist

X:


Y:

Yanase Masamu (柳瀬正梦) - Japanese manga artist and cartoonist
?John Yates (b. ?? 1965) - English graphic designer
Yoshiyuki Eisuke (吉行 エイスケ; d. 1940), Japanese Dadaist poet and novelist
Yannis Youlountas - Franco-Greek poet

Z:

Peter-Paul Zahl (d. 2011), German writer, poet, novelist, stage director
Pia Zanolli (Pia Zanolli-Misèfari) - Italian fashion designer/poet/writer
Christian Zeimert - French painter, illustrator
?John Zervos (Ιωάννης Ζερβός; ?? 1875 - ?? 1943) journalist, scholar, writer, poet, lexicographer, translator and philosophical thinker
?Ilias Zervos-Iacovatos (Ηλίας Ζερβός-Ιακωβάτος; ?? 1814 - ?? 1894), Greek politician, journalist and writer
rich literary and poetic works. Published historical, social and moralistic works, three collections of poems and a drama, entitled 'Ενάρετη' (Virtuous).
Michel Zévaco - French journalist/novelist/publisher/film director
?Michel Zimbacca (b. ?? 1924), Franco-Syrian poet, filmmaker, Surrealist and anarchist. Member of the Paris Group of the Surrealist movement . Co-directed 'L'Invention de Monde' (1952) with Jean-Louis Bédouin.
Howard Zinn - playwright
[Emile Zola]