The Paul Goodman Reader Paul Goodman et al.
A compendious volume of Goodman’s work, with excerpts from best-sellers like Growing Up Absurd as well as his landmark books on education, community planning, language theory and politics.
A one-man think-tank… More
Teaching Rebellion Diana Denham et al.
Stories from the Grassroots Mobilization in Oaxaca
In 2006, Oaxaca, what began as a teachers’ strike demanding more resources for education quickly turned into a massive movement that demanded direct, participatory… More
A New Notion: Two Works by C.L.R. James C.L.R. James et al.
“Every Cook Can Govern” and “The Invading Socialist Society”
In this volume, Noel Ignatiev, author of How the Irish Became White, provides an extensive introduction to James’ life… More
The CNT in the Spanish Revolution Volume 1 José Peirats et al.
Jose Peirats’ brilliant account of Spain’s “Generation of ’36,” who led what many consider the most audacious, far-reaching, but ultimately failed revolution of the 20th century.… More
Angry Brigade, The Gordon Carr et al.
A History of Britain’s First Urban Guerilla Group
Based on extensive research, this book remains the essential study of Britain’s first urban guerilla group.
“You can’t reform profit capitalism… More
The Floodgates of Anarchy Stuart Christie et al.
Back in print and featuring a new foreword by the authors, this polemic approaches the subject of anarchism in relation to class struggle.
The floodgates holding back anarchy are constantly under strain. The liberal… More
Arena Two Stuart Christie et al.
Anarchists in Fiction
In the second issue of Arena we aim to provide general insights into the role of the anarchist in fiction, both as protagonist and author.
In the second issue of Arena we aim to provide general insights… More
The Nature of Human Brain Work Joseph Dietzgen et al.
An Introduction to Dialectics
This primer on dialectical materialism is the first and best-known work of the pioneering socialist philosopher Joseph Dietzgen.
Called by Marx “The Philosopher” of socialism,… More
Black Flags and Windmills Scott Crow et al.
Hope, Anarchy, and the Common Ground Collective
A vivid memoir of a turbulent time when Common Ground did what FEMA couldn’t or wouldn’t do in New Orleans after the storm, resisting indifference and rebuilding… More
Drawing the Line Once Again Paul Goodman et al.
Paul Goodman’s Anarchist Writings
In this new PM Press initiative, Paul Goodman’s literary executor Taylor Stoehr has gathered together nine core texts from his anarchist legacy for future generations.… More
The Story of Crass George Berger
Crass was the anarcho-punk face of a revolutionary movement founded by radical thinkers and artists Penny Rimbaud, Gee Vaucher and Steve Ignorant.
Crass was the anarcho-punk face of a revolutionary movement founded… More
From Here To There Staughton Lynd et al.
The Staughton Lynd Reader
Unpublished talks and hard-to-find essays from legendary activist historian Staughton Lynd.
From Here To There collects unpublished talks and hard-to-find essays from legendary activist… More
The Vegetarian Myth Lierre Keith
Food, Justice and Sustainability
Part memoir, part nutritional primer, and part political manifesto, The Vegetarian Myth will challenge everything you thought you knew about food politics.
We’ve been told that… More
In and Out Of Crisis Leo Panitch et al.
The Global Financial Meltdown and Left Alternatives
In and Out of Crisis stands to be the enduring critique of the crisis and an indispensable springboard for a renewed Left
Our world is in the grips of the most calamitous… More
Life Under the Jolly Roger Gabriel Kuhn
Reflections on Golden Age Piracy
A fascinating study of the “golden age” pirates who roamed the seas between the Caribbean Islands and the Indian Ocean from 1690 to 1725.
Over the last couple of decades … More
New Reformation Paul Goodman et al.
Notes of a Neolithic Conservative
Emphasizing the importance of culture and the arts in society, this reprint of a 1960s classic–the author’s last book of social criticism–includes a new introduction… More