Catalog
  • Graphite

    Patricia Frazier’s Graphite is an ode to her grandmother and childhood home, the Ida B. Wells Projects, both which the poet lost to...

  • Too Much Midnight

    Krista Franklin’s work emerges at the intersection of poetics, popular culture, and the dynamic histories of the African Diaspora. Krista lives in Chicago, IL.

  • Repair

    A compelling case for reparations based on powerful, first person accounts detailing both the horrors of slavery and past promises made to its survivors.

  • Bananeras

    Women banana workers—bananeras—are waging a powerful revolution by making gender equity central in Latin American labor organizing.
  • The Long Honduran Night

    A story of resistance, repression, and US policy in Honduras in the aftermath of a violent military coup.

  • Women Strikers Occupy Chain Stores, Win Big

    The first successful all women sit-in conducted by 'the counter girls' at the Detroit Woolworth's during the Great Depression.
  • Occupying Wall Street

    The inside story of the protest that has given birth to America’s most important progressive movement in a half century.
  • Black Panthers Speak

    Edited by Philip S. Foner
    A sweeping collection of the most vital and representative writings of the Black Panther party.
  • Organized Labor and the Black Worker, 1619-1981

    A classic, radical history of Black workers' contribution to the American labor movement.
  • Women and the American Labor Movement

    A comprehensive account of the women who organized for labor rights and equality from the early factories to the 1970’s.

  • Guernica

    A Guernica magazine anthology of the best features, interviews, fiction, poetry and Guernica Daily articles published over the past year.
  • Guernica #2

    A Guernica magazine anthology of the best features, interviews, fiction, poetry and Guernica Daily articles published over the past year.
  • Exoneree Diaries

    An in depth and personal look into the lives of four people wrongfully imprisoned for crimes they didn't commit.
  • Floodlines

    A People's History of community organizing in New Orleans in the years before and after Katrina.
  • Choice Words

    Edited by Annie Finch

    With reproductive freedom under unprecedented attack, Choice Words, edited by poet Annie Finch, takes back the cultural conversation on abortion.

  • Build Yourself a Boat

    Build Yourself a Boat redefines the language of collective and individual trauma through lyric and memory.

  • Frostlands

    It’s 2051, and Arcadia is under attack. As the stand-alone sequel to Splinterlands begins, the sustainable compound in what was once Vermont is on high alert.

  • Songlands

    In Songlands, the stand alone finale to the Splinterlands trilogy, a poet and an AI launch a secret mission to rebuild the international community.

  • Splinterlands

    Julian West, looking backwards from 2050, tries to understand why the world and his family have fallen apart.
  • Leon Trotsky and the Organizational Principles of the Revolutionary Party

    Trotsky’s own words on revolutionary organization, from 1917 to 1940, highlight the dynamics of democratic initiative and principled centralism.
  • Coup

    We Will Return as Millons analyzes the conditions that led to the 2019 coup in Bolivia and details its repressive aftermath.

  • Returns of Marxism

    Edited by Sara R Farris
    Inspiring and thoroughly researched collection of contemporary Marxist essays that engage the struggle of our times.
  • Cuba Since the Revolution of 1959

    One of the Cuban Revolution's most informed and insightful historians assesses -- from the left -- its impact and legacy.
  • The Politics of Che Guevara

    A political portrait focused on Guevara’s thought and political record aimed at dispelling many of the myths about the revolutionary.