Waging Peace David Hartsough et al.
2015 Skipping Stones Honor Award, International and Multicultural Books
David Hartsough knows how to get in the way. He has used his body to block Navy ships headed for Vietnam and trains loaded with munitions on their… More
Earth at Risk: Building a Resistance Movement to Save the Planet Derrick Jensen et al.
“In America, four hundred people own the wealth of more than half of the American population. We should not be saying tax the rich, but instead we should be saying take their money and redistribute it, take … More
Turning Money into Rebellion: The Unlikely Story of Denmark’s Revolutionary Bank Robbers Gabriel Kuhn
Blekingegade is a quiet Copenhagen street. It is also where, in May 1989, the police discovered an apartment that had served Denmark’s most notorious twentieth-century bank robbers as a hideaway for years. The Blekingegade… 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
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
Solidarity Unionism at Starbucks Staughton Lynd et al.
Combining history and theory with the groundbreaking practice of the model by Starbucks workers, Lynd and Gross make a compelling case for solidarity unionism as an effective approach to winning a voice on the job.… More
Anarchy Comics: The Complete Collection Jay Kinney
Anarchy Comics: The Complete Collection brings together the legendary four issues of Anarchy Comics (1978-1986), the underground comic that melded anarchist politics with a punk sensibility, producing a riveting… More
From the Bottom of the Heap: The Autobiography of Black Panther Robert Hillary King Robert Hillary King et al.
In 1970, a jury convicted Robert Hillary King of a crime he did not commit and sentenced him to 35 years in prison. He became a member of the Black Panther Party while in Angola State Penitentiary, successfully organizing… More
I.W.W. Songs to Fan the Flames of Discontent Industrial Workers of the World
A RADICAL LABOR CLASSIC Undoubtedly the most popular book in American labor history, the I.W.W.’s Little Red Song Book has been a staple item on picket lines and at other workers’ gatherings for generations, and… More
The Housing Monster Prole.info
The Housing Monster is a scathing illustrated essay that takes one seemingly simple, everyday thing—a house—and looks at the social relations that surround it. Moving from intensely personal thoughts and interactions… More
Struggle Within Dan Berger et al.
An accessible yet wide-ranging historical primer, The Struggle Within discusses how mass imprisonment has been a state-sponsered tool of repression deployed against diverse, left-wing social movements over the… More
Don’t Mourn, Balkanize! Andrej Grubacic et al.
Essays After Yugoslavia
This collection of essays, commentaries and interviews represents the first book written from the radical left perspective on the topic of Yugoslav space after the dismantling of the country.… 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
Lucasville Staughton Lynd et al.
The Untold Story of a Prison Uprising 2nd ed.
Slaughton Lynd’s powerful story of one of the longest prison uprisings in U.S. history, with a foreword by Mumia Abu-Jamal.
Lucasville tells the story of one of the … More
Dead Kennedys routinely top both critic and fan polls as the greatest punk band of their generation. Their debut full-length, Fresh Fruit for Rotting Vegetables, in particular, is regularly voted among the top albums… 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