Robert Helms is an independent researcher with a long-standing interest in radical history, particularly the nineteenth-century anarchists of Philadelphia. He was the editor of a highly regarded "job 'zine" Guinea Pig Zero, and is editor of the Dead Anarchists website. He has previously edited and annotated the memoirs of Philadelphia anarchist Chaim Weinberg. He lives in Philadelphia with his three cats, all of which are named after dead anarchists.
From Frayed Edge Press
The Collected Sermons of Radical Preacher Hugh Owen Pentecost
edited and annotated by Robert Helms.
Publicity links here.
Forty Years in the Struggle:The Memoirs of a Jewish Anarchist
by Chaim Weinberg; edited & annotated by Robert Helms
Litwin Books, 2009
George Brown: Cobbler Anarchist of Philadelphia
Kate Sharpley Library, 2006
Guinea Pig Zero: An Anthology of the Journal for Human Research Subjects edited by Robert Helms
Garrett County Press, 2005
DeadAnarchists.org - history and celebration of radical activists
GuineaPigZero.com - based on the 'zine for human research subjects
Book description here