Posts Tagged ‘communication’

The Wingnut Anarchist Collective is currently looking for more roommates and collective members.
You can find our more about the collective on the blog at

PLease send your questions/comments/proposals to

If you know someone who might be interested please feel free to pass the info onto them.

Here are some things we are looking for- we don’t expect any one person to fulfill any of these things, but you should at elast be interested in a lot of it. We are serious, we work hard, we have a lot of fun, and we get a lot done.

Future Wingnut could…

like dogs (3 live here)
sober or ok living in a sober house (won’t come home intoxicated, ever)
clean/orderly/willing to be neat and help clean the space
likes copwatch
not an apologist about cops
not a snitch
has $200 a month for rent/utilities
has extra $ to put towards house projects
ok with cooking vegan for communal meals and respecting different diets and allergies (more…)

We started having shows in January, right about the same time Richmond Food Not Bombs started being cooked at the Wingnut. So far I think we have had about 4 or 5.

This past Saturday we were supposed to have a show, but the band didn’t show up, and we still haven’t heard from them. Luckily we are resourceful people and still had a successful evening by switching the plans and having a bonfire and cooking veggie dogs and listening to our friend Aeon Yahweh play acoustic guitar around the fire.

But this whole event made me realize I want to be more clear with bands about what we need you to know about shows at the Wingnut, and what we expect from you. So here is information that anyone who wants to have  a show at the Wingnut really should read:


This is a list of the guidelines we have come up with for guests at the Wingnut.

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We are a Community Oriented Activist Home

If you are hanging out here or staying here we have a few requests.

  • Ask all residents permission to spend the night, every night

  • No guest is allowed to spend more than 4 consecutive nights

  • All guests should help with food costs (more…)