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SKU: 9781604867367
Victor Serge • Translator: Richard Greeman
Everything in this book is fictional and everything is true. I have attempted, through literary creation, to bring out the general meaning and human content of a personal experience.
$18.95

SKU: 9781629631523
Joe R. Lansdale
This book features new fiction starring Lansdale’s unlikely best friends Hap and Leonard, along with some of Lansdale’s most famous and hard-to-find Texas Observer columns.
$13.00

SKU: 9781604863086
Michael Moorcock
Moorcock's most audacious creation, Jerry Cornelius—assassin, rock star, chronospy, and maybe-Messiah—is back with a time twisting odyssey. that connects '60s London with post-Obama America.
$12.00

SKU: 9781604863116
C.L.R. James
This volume provides a brilliant and accessible summation of the ideas of left Marxist giant C.L.R. James. An essential introduction to a body of work as necessary and illuminating for this century as it proved for the last.
$16.95

SKU: 9781604861136
The Free Association
Weaves lucid descriptions of the intensity of collective action into a more sober reflection on the developing problematics of the "movement of movements."
$14.95

SKU: 9781629633794
Alice and Staughton Lynd
Moral Injury and Nonviolent Resistance introduces readers to what modern clinicians, philosophers, and theologians have attempted to describe as “moral injury.”
$17.95

SKU: 9781604860313
Turbulence Collective
Whether it's the G8 summit at Heiligendamm or experiments in Latin America, the politics of climate change or uprisings in the French banlieues, questions of visibility and illumination crop up again and again.
$2.95

SKU: 9781629639093
Ian Brennan
In fifty-nine concise and clear points, Brennan reveals how corporate media has constricted local culture and individual creativity, leading to a lack of diversity within “diversity.”
$14.95

SKU: 9781629638744
Peter Kropotkin
Every page of this new edition of Mutual Aid has been beautifully illustrated by N.O. Bonzo and includes artwork by GATS and insightful commentary by David Graeber, Ruth Kinna, Andrej Grubacic, and Allan Antliff.
$20.00

SKU: 9781604861099
Editors: Yantra Bertelli, Jennifer Silverman, Sarah Talbot
The stories in this collection provide parents of "special-needs" kids with a dose of both laughter and reality.
$20.00

SKU: 9781629631059
Marge Piercy
These short essays, poems, and personal memoirs intermingle like shards of glass that shine, reflect—and cut. Always personal yet always political, Piercy's work is drawn from a deep well of feminist and political activism.
$12.00

SKU: 9781629639086
JJ Amaworo Wilson
Nazaré is an adventure and a parable that pits the oppressed against the oppressor.
$16.95

SKU: 9781604863062
Summer Brenner
Written in prose as stark and beautiful as New Mexico's landscape where violence bursts in starts and fits like the summer monsoons.
$15.95

SKU: 9781604867046
Peter Linebaugh
Linebaugh enlists the anonymous and scorned 19th century loom-breakers of the English midlands into the front ranks of an international crew of commoners resisting dispossession in the dawn of capitalist modernity.
$6.95

SKU: 9781604860795
Vincent Guihan
Vincent Guihan brings his midwestern roots to the task of reinventing American cuisine and bringing the dinner table back to the center of American life.
$17.95

SKU: 9781604869569
Editor: Immanuel Ness
This book documents workers' struggles within an international scope. The tangible evidence here serves as a handbook for understanding the obstacles and opportunities for workers challenging neoliberal capitalism.
$24.95

SKU: 9781604860566
Paul Goodman
Emphasizing the importance of culture and the arts in society, this reprint of a 1960s classic—the author's last book of social criticism—includes a new introduction that situates the late Paul Goodman in his era.
$20.00

SKU: 9781604867619
John Shirley
A mix of outlaw humor, SF, and cutting social criticism; a radical revisioning of America, a horrifying and hilarious look at the prison industry, the 1% getting their comeuppance, and a contrarian view of the next forty years.
$12.00

SKU: 9781629630984
Editors: Raymond Craib and Barry Maxwell
A collection of essays on the questions of geographical and political peripheries in anarchist theory.
$27.95

SKU: 9781629635798
Erica Lagalisse • Foreword: Barbara Ehrenreich
Uses primary and secondary sources to set straight the history of the Left and illustrate the relationship between revolutionism, pantheistic occult philosophy, and the clandestine fraternity.
$15.95

SKU: 9781629638591
N.O. Bonzo
A coloring book that brings back the whimsy and delight of the olden days, when more often than not it was the maiden who slayed the dragon, and the heads of tyrants were carried off at the end of a pike.
$10.00

SKU: 9781629631264
Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund
This short primer explores and describes the philosophy and underpinnings of the community rights movement—a movement of nonviolent civil disobedience based on municipal lawmaking.
$6.95

SKU: 9781629635187
Editor: Iain McIntyre
This anthology brings forth the lost voices of Hobohemia.
$27.95

SKU: 9781604864557
Sean Stewart
In four short years (1965–1969), the U.S. underground press grew from five small newspapers to over 500 newspapers. Completely circumventing (and subverting) the establishment media.
$20.00

SKU: 9781629630335
Dave Laing
This book argues that a significant political achievement of punk was to expose the operations of power in the British entertainment industry as they were thrown into confusion by the sound and the fury of musicians and fans.
$17.95

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