Circus: Fantasy Under the Big Top Ekaterina Sedia et al.
From award-winning anthologist Ekaterina Sedia…
Stories of circuses traditional and bizarre, futuristic and steeped in tradition, joyful and heart-breaking! And among the actors you will find old friends,… More
Ghosts: Recent Hauntings Paula Guran et al.
The spirits of the dead have walked among our legends, myths, and stories since before recorded history. Ghostly visitations, hauntings, unquiet souls seeking the living, vengeful wraiths, the possibility of life… More
Jagganath Karin Tidbeck
“For you, dear reader, something wonderful — and weird — is going to happen if you open this book.” —Alan Cheuse, NPR
“I have never read anything like Jagannath. Karin Tidbeck’s imagination … More
The Blue Hackle Lillian Stewart Carl
Alasdair Cameron and Fergus MacDonald were childhood friends. Their fathers’ caps carried a blue hackle, the badge-feather of a distinguished Scottish regiment. Now the feather in Fergie’s cap is the decaying… More
Cthulhurotica Carrie Cuinn (Editor) et al.
REVISED EDITION! From independent publisher Dagan Books, Cthulhurotica is an exciting new anthology of erotic horror, inspired by the writing of H. P. Lovecraft.
This decadent collection contains unique creations… More
Resistance Behind Bars: The Struggles Of Incarcerated Women, 2nd Edition Victoria Law et al.
In 1974, women imprisoned at New York’s maximum-security prison at Bedford Hills staged what is known as the August Rebellion. Protesting the brutal beating of a fellow prisoner, the women fought off guards,… More
IN SITU Carrie Cuinn (Editor) et al.
From independent publisher Dagan Books, IN SITU is a new anthology of science fiction stories featuring alien archeology, hidden mysteries, and things that are better off left buried.
A quiet man finds more than he … More
Operation Marriage Cynthia Chin-Lee et al.
Eight-year-old Alex has a fight with her best friend, Zach, who says he can no longer be her friend. Why? Because “her parents aren’t married.” Set in the San Francisco Bay Area months before the passage… More
Ned Ludd and Queen Mab: Machine-Breaking, Romanticism, and the Several Commons of 1811-12 Peter Linebaugh
Peter Linebaugh, in an extraordinary historical and literary tour de force, enlists the anonymous and scorned 19th century loom-breakers of the English midlands into the front ranks of an international, polyglot,… More
In 2006, Oaxaca, Mexico came alive with a broad and diverse movement that captivated the nation and earned the admiration of communities organizing for social justice around the world. The show of international solidarity… More
Demanding the Impossible: A History of Anarchism Peter Marshall
Navigating the broad ‘river of anarchy‘, from Taoism to Situationism, from Ranters to Punk rockers, from individualists to communists, from anarcho-syndicalists to anarcha-feminists, Demanding… More
Paths toward Utopia: Graphic Explorations of Everyday Anarchism Cindy Milstein et al.
Consisting of ten collaborative picture-essays that weave Cindy Milstein’s poetic words within Erik Ruin’s intricate yet bold paper-cut and scratch-board images, Paths toward Utopia suggests some of the here-and-now… More
Written between 1974 and the present, Revolution at Point Zero collects forty years of research and theorizing on the nature of housework, social reproduction, and women’s struggles on this terrain—to escape… More
The Revolution of Everyday Life Raoul Vaneigem et al.
Originally published just months before the May 1968 upheavals in France, Raoul Vaneigem’s The Revolution of Everyday Life offered a lyrical and aphoristic critique of the “society of the spectacle”… More
The Laughter of Carthage: The Second Volume of the Colonel Pyat Quartet Michael Moorcock et al.
Maxim Arturovitch Pyatnitski, that charming but despicable mythomaniac who first appeared in Byzantium Endures, is back. Having fled Bolshevik Russia in late 1919, Pyat’s progress is a series of leaps from… More