Individualist and egoist thought is essential to anarchy as I understand it. The critiques of collectivism (not to be mistaken for the rejection of collective activity as a useful practice) and society certainly play a major part in my own rebellion against all authority. In edition, most individualist and egoist theorists use a clear, straightforward, language that makes it easy to contend with their ideas. This is true even of those who write in a more poetic a more poetic style. Therefore I am chose to post and link to writings by and about various egoists and individualists who are worth contending with. I do not agree with all the writings that will appear here, but I do think that they offer substance with which one can wrestle and grasp some strong theoretical tools in the battle to make one's life her or his own. I will be adding to the list and getting more links established over time.
James L. Walker
Anselm Ruest and Salomo Friedlander
Enrico Arrigoni (Frank Brand)
Internet Archive of Individualist Anarchism