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SKU: 9781604864946d
Michael Moorcock
Now the quartet is complete. Pyat keeps his appointment with the age's worst nightmare.
$8.95

SKU: 9781604864038d
Ursula K. Le Guin
Two children are determined to enter "that possible even when unattainable space in which there is room for justice," leading to a violent and loving end. Plus a scorching essay on corporate publishing, and more.
$8.95

SKU: 9781604864519d
Barry Graham
The dark ghost who haunts every blood-spattered crime scene in Phoenix does exist. "The Kid" has a love of cooking and reading with an appetite for violence, but he's ready to escape into the arms of the beautiful Vanjii.
$8.95

SKU: 9781629635149d
Milton Knight • Editors: Paul Buhle and Lawrence Ware
The artistic skills of Milton Knight, at once acute and provocative, bring out James’s unique personality, how it arose, and how he became a world figure.
$2.95

SKU: 9780974288475d
Editor: Craig Rosebraugh
This Country Must Change is an effort to further the discussion of the necessity of a fundamental political and social revolution in the U.S. This book contains essays by twelve activists and authors.
$8.95

SKU: 9781629635569d
Mai’a Williams • Foreword: Ariel Gore
Williams shares her experiences working in conflict zones and with liberatory resistance communities as a journalist, human rights worker, and midwife, while mothering her young daughter Aza.
$8.95

SKU: 9781629630366d
Martin Bull · Banksy
This Is Not a Photo Opportunity is a street-level, full-color showcase of some of Banksy’s most innovative pieces ever.
$8.95

SKU: 9781629635163d
Michael Blumlein
The politics and terrors of biotech, human engineering, and brain science are given startling fictional form in a selection of short stories with a mix of fantasy, science fiction, horror, and wicked humor.
$8.95

SKU: 9781629631042d
Rebecca Gordon-Nesbitt
This incisive account of the centrality of the arts to the Cuban Revolution follows the polemical twists and turns of the struggle between Soviet-derived and uniquely Cuban approaches to culture under socialism.
$8.95

SKU: 9781629633923d
John Crowley
A wry how-to guide for building utopias out of the leftovers of modern science fiction.
$8.95

SKU: 9781604866544d
Chris Crass
Towards Collective Liberation is for activists engaging with dynamic questions of how to create and support effective movements for visionary systemic change.
$8.95

SKU: 9781604860702d
Teun Voeten
By the end of the millennium, thousands of homeless people roamed the streets of Manhattan. A small group of them went underground. Invisible to society, they managed to start a new life in the tunnel systems of the city.
$8.95

SKU: Turbulence4d
Turbulence
We must have the modesty to recognize that the future is unknown, not because today is the end of everything or the beginning of everything else, but because today is where we are.
$2.95

SKU: 9781604863161d
Editor: Gabriel Kuhn
This is the story of the Blekingegade Group who over a period of almost two decades sent millions of dollars acquired in spectacular heists to Third World liberation movements.
$8.95

SKU: 9781604864052d
Terry Bisson
These short stories cover all the territory—from his droll faux-FAQ’s done for Britain’s Science magazine, to the most seductive of his fantasies, to an eerie dreamlike evocation of the 9/11 that might have been.
$8.95

SKU: 9781629631141d
David Pilgrim
This book introduces readers to the Jim Crow Museum of Racist Memorabilia, a collection of more than ten thousand contemptible collectibles that are used to engage visitors in intense and intelligent discussions about race.
$8.95

SKU: 9781629631493d
Editors: Aziz Choudry and Adrian A. Smith
This book explores labour migration to Canada and how public policies of temporary and guest worker programs function in the global context of work and capitalist restructuring.
$8.95

SKU: 9781604867947d
Editors: Clifton Ross and Marcy Rein
This book brings together voices from the movements (indigenous, campesinos, students, LGBT, unemployed, etc.) behind the change that swept Latin America at the turn of the 21st century.
$8.95

SKU: 9781629638270d
James W. Loewen
The intimate and often humorous memoir by the author of Lies My Teacher Told Me.
$8.95

SKU: 9781604860153d
Bob and Jenna Torres
In a revised and rewritten second edition, Vegan Freak: Being Vegan in a Non-Vegan World is your guide to embracing vegan freakdom. Come on, get your freak on!
$8.95

SKU: 9781604861082d
Editors: Carlos Martinez, Michael Fox, and JoJo Farrell
Interviews with activists and participants from across Venezuela's social movements. These interviews offer a compelling oral history of Venezuela's democratic revolution.
$8.95

SKU: 9781629630403d
Shin Eun-jung
A critical examination of Harvard’s monumental but disconcerting global influence and power, this book examines aspects of Harvard’s history not generally known.
$8.95

SKU: 9781604864878d
Marge Piercy
Originally published in 1979, Vida is Marge Piercy's classic bookend to the '60s. Vida is full of the pleasures and pains, the experiments, disasters, and victories of an extraordinary band of people.
$8.95

SKU: 9781629631004d
Editor: Mitchell Abidor
Voices of the Paris Commune presents the stories of those who lived through and participated in the Commune in the spring of 1871.
$8.95

SKU: 9781629630342d
David Hartsough with Joyce Hollyday
Waging Peace is a testament to the difference one person can make. Hartsough’s stories inspire, educate, and encourage readers to find ways to work for a more just and peaceful world.
$8.95

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