While the anarchist author Hakim Bey’s visions are different from our own in many ways, there are strong similarities as well. For example, Wikipedia says:
The concept of TAZ was first put into practice on a large scale by the Cacophony Society in what they called Trips to the Zone, or Zone Trips. One of their Zone Trips gave birth to Black Rock City, AKA the Burning Man Festival, an annual TAZ that many believe maintained its defining autonomy for about seven years, at which time it ceased being functional anarchy, and became a "do-ocracy" run by BMorg, a corporation.
Since Burning Man is one of our influences, Hakim Bey and his TAZs thus represent part of our ideological ancestry. While he is best known for his writings about Temporary Autonomous Zones, in this piece he shares a few thoughts on Permanent TAZs.