There is now. Anarchists Never Surrender: Essays, Polemics, and Correspondence on Anarchism, 1908–1938Haberkern’s article seemed to me to attempting to do two other directly related things. Firstly point out where Serges embrace of Bolshevism was wrong - that it was based on lack of knowledge and experience, and was primarily derived from the war communism of the years 1918-21 rather than the claimed earlier more 'democratic' years.
And secondly, to make the point that this was a direct result of Serge's anarchism (and by extension all anarchism)- and that consequently Serge (and all other anarchists) never manged to grasp what was happening and why the revolution degenerated.
Now, i do have a measure of sympathy for the first point - Serge undoubtdly was fascinated by 'men of action' and did tend to drop his critical intelligence when around them - actually it wouild probably be more accurate to say that he used that critical intelligence to justify their actions.
But he was the son of Social Revolutionaries expelled from Russia, he grew up surrounded by Russian exiles and his whole life was spent amongst political radicals. I really don't think it's possible that he had no idea who the bolsheviks were, what they stood for or what they promoted pre-1917. That's just too handy a claim for Haberkern's argument.
The second though is really just nonsense. Haberkern tries to pass off the uninfluential and tiny individualist French anarchist movement off as anarchism full stop. He correctly characterises that current as full of contempt for the w/c, for 'prolos' and for collective action, but he then, rather disgracefully, extends those same feelings from this tiny minority onto anarchism as a whole, and beats the wider movement with their crimes and mistakes.
I think what Haberkern does manage to do - rather inadvertently - in his stressing the continuities in Serge's political thought, is highlight the similiarites between individualist anarchism and jacobinism/authoritarian Communism. The distrust/dislike of the w/c and it's capabilities, the role of the strong leader/vanguard to keep the revolution on track (brain and memory of the class) etc.
The exchange continued later on here and here
There is still no English edition of Serges early individualist writings as far as i know.
( i do have a epub but not sharing Pm press stuff i'm afraid)