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  • Winter Soldiers

    The story of the soldiers who spoke their conscience and helped end the war in Vietnam.
  • Call Them by Their True Names

    Rebecca Solnit unearths the roots of our contemporary crises, countering the despair of our age with a dose of solidarity, creativity, and hope.
  • Cinderella Liberator

    Rebecca Solnit reimagines a classic fairytale with a fresh, feminist Cinderella and new plot twists that will inspire young readers to change the world.

  • City of Women Poster

    This 20" x 20" map, created by Rebecca Solnit and Joshua Jelly-Schapiro and originally featured in their New York atlas Nonstop Metropolis, reimagines New York City’s subway stations named after great women.
  • City of Women Poster (10-pack)

    10-pack of the City of Women poster

    This 20” x 20” map, created by Rebecca Solnit and Joshua Jelly-Schapiro and originally featured in their New York atlas Nonstop Metropolis, reimagines New York City’s subway stations named after great women.

  • Hope in the Dark

    Bestselling author Rebecca Solnit reminds us that activism has changed the world in remarkable ways.
  • Los Hombres Me Explican Cosas

    A landmark essay that went viral, inspired the word “mansplaining,” and prompted fierce arguments.
  • Men Explain Things To Me

    A landmark essay that went viral, inspired the word “mansplaining,” and prompted fierce arguments.
  • The Mother of All Questions

    Rebecca Solnit’s timely follow-up to her national bestseller Men Explain Things to Me offers a refreshing take on contemporary feminism.
  • Whose Story Is This?

    New feminist essays for the #MeToo era from the international best-selling author of Men Explain Things to Me and the forthcoming memoir Recollections of My Nonexistence.

  • Digging Our Own Graves

    This fully updated edition of a classic work from one of the leading scholars of Appalachia documents a community 's struggle against the deadly black lung disease.

  • Fuego subterráneo

    Accessible, radical history of the U.S. labor movement examines the history of workers' resistance, in Spanish for the first time.
  • L-vis Lives!

    L-vis Lives! in this poetic novella on the collision of race, art, and appropriation in American culture.
  • Marx's Capital Illustrated

    This beginners guide to Capital illustrates the key concepts, humour, and immense vitality to be enjoyed in Marx's great work.
  • Red Petrograd

    A deeply engaging study, unmatched in its depth, of factory life in Petrograd over the course of Russia’s revolutionary year.
  • Subterranean Fire (Updated Edition)

    This accessible, critical history of the U.S. labor movement examines the hidden history of workers' resistance.

  • Women and Socialism (Revised and Updated Edition)

    A socialist perspective on women's oppression and liberation, exploring the connection between women's rights and equality for all.
  • Prelude to Revolution

    A riveting eye-witness account of the 1968 Paris student-worker revolt that shook France and threatened the very roots of capitalism.
  • How We Go Home

    Edited by Sara Sinclair

    How We Go Home shares contemporary Indigenous stories in the long and ongoing fight to protect Native land and life.

  • Undivided Rights

    Undivided Rights captures the evolving and largely unknown activist history of women of color organizing for reproductive justice.
  • The Meek and the Militant

    An invaluable critical analysis of how religion shapes politics, encouraging both submission and, at times, revolution.
  • Striking to Survive

    In China, capitalist development since the 1980s has given rise to an enormous new industrial working class. In the vast export-processing zones...

  • The Party

    An inspiring memoir by a leading activist in the antiwar and socialist movement in the 1960s.
  • Kivalina

    While corporate funded science continues to deny climate change, one native village is already facing total destruction at its hands.