Books

Q: How do you make a book political? A: You set it on fire.

The Seeds of Anti-Capitalist Revolt Found in Everyday Resistance: A Review of Guerrillas of...

Originally published by the Institute for Anarchist Studies. Back when I first began selling my labor for a wage in the wasteland of suburbia’s strip malls, I can recall the tedium of stocking shelves, summoning...

“In Defense of Revolutionary Struggle” Tour by Tilted Scales Collective: June-August 2017

Tilted Scales Collective is coming to a town near you this summer for community discussions based on our new book, A Tilted Guide to Being a Defendant. With increasing confrontations with the far-Right, cops,...

Announcing the 2017 Seattle Anarchist Book Fair

“It is happening again…” We are happy to announce the return of the Seattle Anarchist Book Fair. This year the book fair will be on Saturday, August 26th, and this year we will be returning...

Austin: Solidarity Speak Out and Picket at Texas Facility

  Submitted to It's Going Down  

Garage Collective Reviews Lines of Work

From Recomposition Today we share a review of Lines of Work, a collection of stories on organizing and life on the job, put together by fellow Recomposition editor Scott Nappalos, and which you can find here. This review is...

The Sunshine Crust Baking Factory

by Stacy Wakefield 2014, Akashic Books Recommended? Sure In The Sunshine Crust Baking Factory, author Stacy Wakefield sets out to capture the spirit and energy of the squatters community in New York City in the mid-1990s by...

Crosscurrent: the history of the anarchist movement in Venezuela (1811-1998)

Bookseller LaMalatesta and the newspaper El Libertario are raising funds for the printing of the book "Crosscurrent: the history of the anarchist movement in Venezuela (1811-1998)" by Rodolfo Montes de Oca. This book provides an...

To Our Friends: Review by Sean Swain

From Sean Swain Via The Final Straw Radio The Invisible Committee published “The Coming Insurrection” in 2007, right before the entire planet erupted in insurrections– from Greece to the Arab Spring, South America to Occupy. It would...

Interview with authors Saralee Stafford and Neal Shirley, Authors of Dixie Be Damned

When you study history, one thing that happens is you start to realize how recent and arbitrary everything in society is. How quickly things shift, and how inevitable those changes feel to the people...