The pamphlete The Mythology of Work is a small selection from the book work published by the CrimethInc. collective. It dispels eight myths which hold on to work as something good for you and the society.
About the authors
CrimethInc., also known by other names, such as CWC ("CrimethInc. ex-Workers' Collective") or Crimethinc, is considered more of a mindset than an organization by the active participants in the ongoing CrimethInc. experiment. They are profoundly anti-capitalist (as well as anti-authoritarian), with critical looks at culture, politics, life, work, and radical ways of living one's life.
It was initially associated with the North American anarcho-punk scene, but since has expanded into nearly all areas of the current global resistance to empire. The name itself, however, is a reference to "Crimethink" in Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four.