We've published a LOT of books over the last year, and you might have missed some! Here are some recent releases you might not have come across before.
These books, along with all the titles on our website, are 40% Off until Friday, August 19th, as part of our Summer of Struggle sale!
An urgent and accessible analysis of the key structures of state violence in our world today, and a clarion call to action for their abolition.
An incisive and inspiring call to look beyond capitalism to chart a road map for a planet ravaged by pandemics, climate crisis, and wars.
Expanded, paperback edition: In this series of electrifying essays, Arundhati Roy challenges us to reflect on the meaning of freedom in a world of growing authoritarianism.
The remarkable true story of an Indigenous family who fought back, over multiple generations, against the world-destroying power of settler colonial violence.
The first full-length study of Walter Rodney’s life, this book is an essential introduction to Rodney's work and legacy.
In these incisive essays, art critic Ben Davis makes sense of our extreme present as an emerging "after-culture"—a culture whose forms and functions are being radically reshaped by cataclysmic events.
Speaking Out of Place asks us to reconceptualize both what we think “politics” is, and our relationship to it, offering us ways to build off the tremendous growth we have seen in democratic socialism, and to gather strength and courage for the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.
John Sayles' latest novel, now available in paperback: Through the intertwining lives of its characters, Yellow Earth lays bare how the profit motive erodes human relationships, as well as our living planet. The fate of Yellow Earth serves as a parable for our times.
Keywords for Capitalism is a probing and insightful guide to the evasions, neologisms, and half-truths that crowd ‘the discourse’, revealing the ideology of the mainstream political media that lies just below the surface.
In Her Word Is Bond, Psalm One tells her own story, from growing up in Englewood, Chicago through her life as a chemist, teacher, and legendary rapper. Intrinsically feminist, this story is a celebration of the life and career of one artist who blazed the trail for women in hip hop.
Offering an important account of left attempts to intervene in the American two-party electoral system, Kim Moody provides both a sobering historical corrective and an alternative orientation for the future, arguing that the socialist movement should turn its attention toward a politics of mass action, anti-racism, and independent, working-class organizing.
An illuminating biography of the bold, principled, and fiercely independent woman who defied convention to make her own mark on the world.
As a play and book, The Billboard is a cultural force that treats abortion as more than pro-life or pro-choice.
This book tells the story of 2019 in Bolivia—a dramatic year of upheaval, providing a critical analysis of the 14 years of the MAS government that preceded it as well as the MAS return to power in 2020.
All the Blood Involved in Love is an urgent and evocative collection—featuring complex and compelling poems about the choices we make surrounding home, freedom, healing, partnership, and family.
“As the nation burns and the future appears uncertain, David Roediger delivers another incisive, timely, clear-eyed analysis of class and race in America. His point is clear: another world won’t be built by pollsters or slick election strategies aimed at saving the middle class. We have to grow a movement. ” —Robin D. G. Kelley
“Donna Murch is one of the sharpest, most incisive, and elegant writers on racism, radicalism, and struggle today.”
What is political poetry and linguistic activism? What does it mean to bear witness through writing? When language proves insufficient, how do we find and articulate a pathway forward?
New in paperback: The Tragedy of American Science explores how the U.S. economy’s addiction to military spending distorts and deforms science by making it overwhelmingly subservient to military interests.
Police and police violence are modes of environment-making. This edited volume argues that any effort to understand racialized police violence is incomplete without a focus on the role of police in constituting and reinforcing patterns of environmental racism.
This book surveys revolutionary socialist ideas and engages a gallery of contentious political thinkers, offering an indispensable assessment of the place of revolutionary collectives in this radical tradition.
“This historic volume powerfully captures the vital role revolutionary women played in shaping American radicalism during the Great Depression. It is a must-read for anyone interested in history, gender, and politics.” —Keisha N. Blain
Now available in paperback: This poignant play, written by current and formerly incarcerated authors, uses gripping truths and soulful dialogue to reveal the human cost of America’s for-profit justice system.
Olivier Besancenot and Michael Löwy offer a deeply informed, and eminently enjoyable, imagined history of what might have been if Karl Marx and his eldest daughter, Jenny, had travelled to Paris during the heady weeks of the Paris Commune in April 1871.
This is the story of the decline and fall of an empire, a region devastated by war, and a world stage fundamentally transformed by the Russian Revolution. Bauer’s magisterial work—available in English for the first time in full— charts the evolution of three simultaneous, overlapping revolutionary waves: a national revolution for self-determination, which brought down imperial Austro-Hungary; a bourgeois revolution for parliamentary republics and universal suffrage; and a social revolution for workers’ control, factory councils, and industrial democracy.
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