There are alot of good things worth reading out there. Unfortunately there are many more crappy things. Worst of all, most people find it difficult to agree on which is which. At the very least, none of the following titles fall into my crappy category. In fact, some of them I really like. For literature that i am less picky about, but which you may nevertheless appreciate, you should also check out my new Remainder Book List (or download the PDF version ).

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Certain Days Calendar 2009
2009 Certain Days Freedom for Political Prisoners Calendar. Here it is again, a beautful political calendar created by a Canadian collective working under the guidance and inspiration of u.s. PP/POWs David Gilbert, Robert Seth Hayes and Herman Bell. Proceeds from this full color calendar go to the New York Task Force on Political Prisoners, the Palestinian NGO Adameer Prisoners Support and Human Rights Association, and the San Francisco 8. $12.00
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A Day Mournful and Overcast
A Day Mournful and Overcast, by an "uncontrollable" from the Iron Column. The Iron Column was one of the legendary anarchist fighting units in the Spanish Revolution, famed because it was partly made up of ex-convicts, and because of its ferocious military abilities, and anarchist revolutionary fervor. This account first appeared in Nosotros , the daily newspaper of the Iron Column in March 1937, on the eve of its militarization. It serves as not only a moving personal account from one of its members, but a justification, and defence of the Column and its reputation. 21 pages $2.50
William Morris and Colin Ward
A Factory as it Might Be (William Morris) & The Factory We Never Had (Colin Ward) . 29 pages. $2.50

A Spirit Filled Revolution
A Spirit Filled Revolution, by New Winds. A book and a CD with fourteen songs from this Portuguese anarcho-straight edge band. The book comibines artwork and texts about indigenous struggles from Palestine to North America, profiles of numerous political prisoners and prisoners of war held by the United States, an examination of spirituality as a dimension of revolution and revolution as a dimension of spirituality, animal rights and more. Plus contributions from political prisoners Ali Khalid Abdullah, Craig "Critter" Marshall and Jeff "Free" Luers.
168 page book and 14 track CD  only $18.75!!!

Against All Tyranny!
Against All Tyranny! Essays on Anarchism in Brazil, by Edgar Rodrigues, Renato Ramos and Alexandre Samis. Translated and edited by Paul Sharkey. The story of immigrant anarchist workersworkers - Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, Russian and Brazilian - and their struggles in Brazil in the early twentieth century. And it was not only rampant capitalism they had to fight, but also state-worshippers, both Left and Right. This pamphlet contains an outline of the history of the anarchist movement in Brazil to the present day,and records some of the figures who made it what it was. 33 pages. $3.50

Against Freedom: The war on terrorism in everyday New Zealand life, by Valerie Morse. In 2001, the United States launched the ‘war on terrorism’ in purported response to the September 11th attacks. This book, written by a New Zealand anarchist, provides both a quick and accessible look at what the “war on terror” is all about, and also shows how this global campaign is experienced in a small faraway country. 168 pages $20.00
AIDS Conspiracy Theories - tracking the real genocide AIDS Conspiracy Theories - tracking the real genocide , by David Gilbert with commentary by the late BLA/BPP prisoner of war Nuh Washington and others. Political prisoner and AIDS activist David Gilbert exposes the right-wing, racist and homophobic foundations of conspiracy theories surrounding the origins of AIDS, and shows how these in fact serve to divert attention from the less spectacular but all-too-real genocide facing Black people today. 49 pages. $3.00
All Power To The People - Nuh Washington
All Power To The People, Nuh Washington. A collection of writings by Albert Nuh Washington, a former member of the Black Panther Party and Black Liberation Army. Washington was imprisoned in 1971 as a result of the U.S. government`s war against the Black Liberation Movement and subsequently spent 29 years as a political prisoner (one of the New York Three). He died alone of cancer in the U.S. prison system on April 28, 2000. This is the largest collection of his writings and words ever published, and is a tribute to his memory. All profits from the sale of this book go to support Washington's comrades Herman Bell and Jalil Muntaqim. (the other two of the New York 3) who remain behind bars today. 111 pages. $15.00

All Things Censored - Mumia Abu-Jamal
All Things Censored, Vol. I, by Mumia Abu-Jamal . Here are the radio commentaries, the last of them recorded just two days before Pennsylvania prison authorities instituted a media ban to further silence the most famous death row prisoner in the US. To hear his voice is to understand why the state is going to such extremes to silence him. Included are an NPR commentary by the late great William Kunstler, also banned by NPR, and brief statements or readings of Mumia's work by Alice Walker, Dorothy Allison, Robert Meeropol, Howard Zinn, Sister Helen Prejean, and Judi Bari. $14.95

The Almost Perfect Crime
The Almost Perfect Crime : The Misrepresentation of Portuguese Anarchism, Julio Carrapato. Portuguese anarchism has been overshadowed by the events in neighbouring Spain and often deliberately ignored by statist partisans of communism and liberalism. But, for all that, Portugal has a long tradition of libertarian organisation. It runs from the first days of the International in the 1870s, to the insurrection of 1910, fighting the fascist dictatorship from the 1920s to the '70s, continuing up to the present day. This pamphlet uncovers that hidden history. 13 pages. $3.00

Anarchism, Marxism and Hope for the Future
Anarchism, Marxism and Hope for the Future , by Noam Chomsky. $1.00

Anarchism: the feminist connection, by Peggy Kornegger
Anarchism: the Feminist Connection, by Peggy Kornegger.Peggy Kornegger was an editor of the American feminist magazine The Second Wave . The text of this pamphlet - now an anarcha-feminist classic - first appeared as an article in the spring '75 issue of Second Wave . 34 pages. $3.00

Anarchism: What It Really Stands For, by Emma Goldman
Anarchism, What it Really Stands For , by Emma Goldman. With a biographical sketch of Goldman by the Workers' Solidarity Movement. 20 pages. $2.25

Anarchist Economics - an alternative for a world in crisis , by Abraham Guillen. The economics/experience of the Spanish anarchist collectives 1936-39. A rare - and welcome - look at economics from an anarchist perspective. $3.75  
Anarchist Resistance to Franco
The Anarchist Resistance to Franco. A collection of pictures of Anarchist fighters against post-war Francoism. Includes biographical notes by Antonio Tellez. "The post-civil war Resistance was not wiped from memory. Like Franco's post-war genocide of a million, which gave rise to it, it was deliberately obscured both while and after it happened." Kate Sharpley Library $2.50

Anarchist Response to War and Labor Violence
The Anarchist Response to War and Labor Violence in 1914: Rebecca Edelsohn, Alexander Berkman, Anti-militarism, Free Speech and Hunger Strikes.
Rebecca (Becky) Edelsohn was a dynamic New York Anarchist active in unemployment protests, anti-militarism, and solidarity actions with both the Mexican Revolution and the Colorado miners strike at the time of Rockerfeller's notorious Ludlow Massacre.
This work examines both the New York Anarchist movement of the time (including the Lexington Avenue explosion which killed four militants) and her personal struggle - on the streets, in the courts, and finally in jail. Concluded with writings from "The Woman Rebel" and "Mother Earth", including her speech at the memorial of Caron, Berg and Hanson. 25 pages $3.00

Anarchist Yellow Pages
Anarchist Yellow Pages, (2004 edition) - a useful 115-page directory of anarchist contacts (groups, organisations, papers etc.) around the world, although North America and Europe do predominate. Perfectly bound. $6.00 SPECIAL PRICE!
Anarchy, by Elisee Reclus. This is a reprint of an article by anarchist geographer Elisee Reclus, which first appeared in the Contemporary Review, May 1884.14 pages saddle stitched. $1.00

Anarchy and Art, From the Paris Commune to the Fall of the Berlin Wall, by Allan Antliff. Exploring art’s potential as a vehicle for meaningful social change from an anarchist perspective, this survey begins with artist Gustave Courbet and writer Emile Zola’s activism during the 1871 Paris Commune, and ends with an examination of anarchist art during the fall of the Soviet empire. Other subjects include the Neo-Impressionists and their depictions of the homeless in the 1890s; the Dada movement in New York City during World War I; the decline of the Russian Avant-Garde during the 1920s and 30s; the West Coast Beats of the 1940s and 50s; the Modernists of the 1960s, 70s, and 80s; and anarchistic responses to the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989 by visual artists. Arsenal Pulp Press (ISBN 9781551522180) 213 pages $26.95
Anarchy in the UK - the Angry Brigade
Anarchy in the UK - The Angry Brigade , by Tom Vague. The Angry Brigade was a movement in Britain that challenged reaction and state power in all its forms. Here, in Tom Vague's notorious barbed pop-culture style, is the story of Britain's premier revolutionary hooligans. Drawing extensively on the Angry Brigade's communiques themselves, along with both the underground/counter-cultural and mainstream press of the late 60s/early 70s, and police and court documents, the book is profusely illustrated throughout. AK Press. $14.95

Anti-Mass - methods of organization for collectives , $2.50  

The Arcane of Reproduction - Housework, Prostitution, Labor and Capital, by Leopoldina Fortunati. While I cannot honestly recommend this book, i am sure it will be of interest to some. I suspect part of the problem is in the translation, and an original text that was probably laden with jargon - or pehaps it is simply like a friend said: "Steeped in the canon." The thing is that even after scratching through the verbiage, i'm left with the feeling that maybe just maybe even if it were written in plain language, i would still not agree with Fortunati's argument.
That said, given how we often continue to not pay enough attention to questions of unwaged labour, including housework, and the continuing dearth of analysis of the role of prostitution in making capitalism tick, it is always nice to see someone trying to grapple with these questions. I'm halfway through the book now, so i may rewrite this when i get to the end... 176 pages   $12.00
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As Nature Made Him
As Nature Made Him, by John Colapinto, read by Howard McGillin. The story of David Reimer who's botched circumcision as a baby resulted in him living the first 14 years of his life as a girl. Yet at age 14, he makes the decision to live life as a male. David's early life was used as the example that gender identity was based on physical biology/nurture, whereas Reimer's decision to reject Dr John Money's insistence that he "conveniently" become female has been embraced by the trans-community as an example of individual gender freedom being more important than theories from the "experts".
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Regular Retail Price: $24.00
Kersplebedeb Price: $15.00

Assata, by Assata Shakur. This captivating book by Black Liberation Army fugitive Assata Shakur (s/n JoAnne Chesimard) gives the feel for the context and substance of revolutionary Black politics in the 1960s and 70s, not to mention a personal account of the extent of political repression in America. Wten following her escape from prison in 1979 (she now lives as a political refugee in Cuba). For more information about Assata Shakur, click the icon to your right. $14.95 CLICK HERE TO READ MORE

Bash the Fash, Anti-Fascist Recollections 1984-93, by K. Bullstreet. A no-punches pulled account of Anti-Fascist Action’s fight against fascism in Britain by a grassroots anarchist member of AFA. Written with honesty and a sense of humor, the tale of challenging the fascists for control of the streets – and winning – never descends to political cliché, nor is it merely a list of brawls – though there are plenty of those! 29 pages - $3.00

Becoming the Media, A Critical History of Clamor Magazine, by Jen Angel. This analysis is presented as a case study on how movement projects and organizations deal with vital but rarely discussed issues such as management, sustainability, ownership, structure, finance, decision-making, power, diversity, and vision. Jen Angel was one of the people behind Clamor Magazine, which existed between 2000 and 2006, covering radical politics, culture, and activism.  PM Press (ISBN 978-1-60486-022-1) 44 pages $5.95
Beggars for Life
Beggars of Life: A Hobo Autobiography, by Jim Tully. Tully's father was a ditchdigger, his mother died when he was very young, and he spent several years in an orphanage. By the time he was 14, he was a road-kid hopping freight trains. In this vivid piece of outlaw history, the first of 5 (somewehat fictionalized) autobiographies, Tully takes us across the seamy underbelly of pre-WW1 America on freight trains, and inside hobo jungles and brothels, while narrowly avoiding railroad bulls and the wardens of order. Includes an introduction by Charles Willeford. 170 pages $15.00
Behind the Barricades
Behind the Barricades: The Best of David Rovics. No stranger to the picket line and North American protest scene, Rovics brings his guitar and songs to support those who struggle for change. A prolific songwriter, this greatest hits package takes, over 70 minutes, the best from his first 6 self-released CDs, together with 3 previously unreleased tracks specially recorded for this collection. Shaping the issues of today into a witty and often biting commentary, Rovics carries on a folk tradition of rabble-rousing and agitating that would make Joe Hill and Woody Guthrie proud. 21 tracks (Compact Disc) $14.98

Biopiracy: The plunder of Nature and Knowledge, by Vandana Shiva. Looking at imperialism's ongoing assault against the South's biological and other resources. Since the land, forests, oceans, and atmosphere have already been colonized, eroded, and polluted, Northern capital is now carving out new colonies to exploit for gain: the interior spaces of the bodies of women, plants, and animals. 148 pages $13.00

Breaking Free
Breaking Free: the Adventures of Tintin. Great anarchist remake of the Tintin comic strip.
ATTACK International. $11.75

Breaking the Walls of Silence
Breaking the Walls of Silence, AIDS and Women in a New York State Maximum-Security Prison, by the AIDS Counseling and Education Programme. In New York State in the 1980s, one in five women entering prison was infected with HIV, the virus that causes AIDS. Those pegged as carriers were ostracized by others fearful that the deadly disease could spread in any number of ways in close quarters. At the maximum-security prison Bedford Hills, a group of women banded together with the support of their superintendent to launch a peer-counseling and education program called ACE. This is their story. (Interesting to note that both Judy Clark and Kathy Boudin were involved in this project.)
Hardcover 336 pages - Remaindered
Retail Price: $29.95
Kersplebedeb Price: $6.00

Broadening the Struggle and Winning the Media War
Broadening the Struggle and Winning the Media War - "Marcos Mystique", "Guerilla Chic" and Zapatista P.R. , by Nicholas Henck. A sympathetic look at the relationship of the EZLN guerilla army, and more specifically its charismatic spokesman Marcos, and the world media and liberal opinion. $5.00

The Buenos Aires Tragedy
The Buenos Aires Tragedy: The Last Fight of Severino di Giovanni & Paulo Scarfo. No discussion of Italian anarchism, the movement in Argentina or illegalism can pass over Severino di Giovanni and his comrades in silence. With written propaganda and acts of violence they attacked fascism, the framing of Sacco and Vanzetti, the Argentinian dictatorship and the entire capitalist order. Their uncompromising revolt led them into conflict with other anarchists and eventually to a final, fatal showdown - 29 January-2 February 1931 - with the state that they defied. This pamphlet is a tribute originally published in L'Adunata dei Refrattari, drawing on letters from comrades in Argentina who had escaped the final repression. Also included is a letter from America Scarfo - lover of Severino, sister of Paulo and comrade of both. 34 pages $3.50

Caliban and the Witch - Women, the Body and Primitive Accumuluation, by silvia Federici. This is the book that pushed me to start carying stuff from Autonomedia. The origins of capitalism and patriarchy, not as “necessary stages” or “progressive” developments, but as counter-revolutionary cancers fomented centuries ago by Europe’s feudal ruling class to neutralize the struggles of the oppressed. A very thought-provoking read that deals with some very important, and much-neglected, questions. 285 pages $15.95
Chile: Promise of Freedom
Chile: Promise of Freedom . This audio CD features interviews with Isabel Allende, Ariel Dorfman, Isabel Letelier, and people in global pursuit of the Pinochet/Kissinger cases, as well as the archived voices of Salvador Allende, his supporters, and witnesses of the 1973 coup. Includes the attack on the presidential palace, Allende's speech at the UN, as well as remarks by Richard Nixon and Henry Kissinger. The story documents the events from the rise of the Allende-led Popular Unity government, the bloody coup, the disappeared, and the emerging democratic process. 60+ minutes $12.00

Chomsky on Anarchism, by Noam Chomsky, edited by Barry Pateman. A different side of this best-selling author, includes numerous pieces that have never been published before, as well as rare material that first saw the light of day in hard-to-find pamphlets and anarchist periodicals. Taken together, they paint a fresh picture of Chomsky, showing his life-long involvement with the anarchist community, his constant commitment to nonhierarchical models of political organization, and his hopes for a future world without rulers. 245 pages $16.95

Class Warfare in the USA and the Proper Way to Mutiny
Class Warfare in the USA and the Proper Way to Mutiny, by Joe LeVasseur. A look at the class composition of the U.S. anarchist scene and what it means from a working class perspective. Overworked and Still Broke Publishers $4.50

The CNT and the Russian Revolution
The CNT and the Russian Revolution , by Ignacio de Llorens. What were the relations between the anarcho-syndicalist CNT and the Russian Bolshevik regime? An account of their entry and exit from the Red International of Labor Unions. 15 page $3.00

Collective Liberation on my mind , by Chris Crass. Essays examining the prospects and arguments for a pro-actively multicultural and feminist movement againt capitalism and oppression in general, grounded in the everyday realities of the oppressed. Reflections on the Battle of Seattle, the civil rights movement, elitism in "the movement" and more. To read some of the essays in this pamphlet, click the icon to your right! $3.75 CLICK HERE TO READ MORE

Color of Violence
Color of Violence: the INCITE! anthology. The weakness of a lot of anti-violence politics is its reliance on the State and its police, courts and prisons. The weakness of a lot of revolutionary movements is their failure to engage with problems of interpersonal violence and anti-social behaviour amongst and between the oppressed.
Color of Violence doesn't just untangle this knot, it takes a chainsaw to it, elaborating strategies of radical community intervention and grassroots movement building that avoid the trite while zero-ing in on the experiences of the oppressed. Glimpses of what anti-violence strategies that are anti-cop might look like, of what feminism imbued with anti-racism and anti-imperialism can give us. Anti-violence strategies which acknowledge the fact that the State is itself a major source of abuse and oppression for women in the united states and around the world. Interventions, arguments and strategies dealing with how women can protect themselves and their communities both from interpersonal and systemic violence.
A groundbreaking contribution. The best book i read in 2007. Seriously. South End Press (ISBN-13 978-0-89608-762-0) 325 pages $20.00

Come September
Come September, by Arundhati Roy. Speaking poetically to power on the U.S. government's "War on Terror", globalization, and the misuses of nationalism, Arundhati Roy contextualizes the recent invasion of Iraq within the history of U.S.-sponsored interventions in Chile, Palestine, and Afghanistan. With lyricism and passion, Roy combines her literary talents and encyclopedic knowledge to expose injustice and provide hope for a future world. A lively introduction and discussion with Howard Zinn rounds out this engaging, provocative recording. Compact Disc $14.98

Coming Of Age
Coming of Age, A New Afrikan Revolutionary, by Safiya Asya Bukhari. From the introduction: "Read 'Coming of Age' and become aware of the path taken by one New Afrikan woman as her youthful search for the "amerikkan dream" led her to conscious participation in the New Afrikan Independence Movement: to the Black Panther Party; the Black Liberation Army; to capture and imprisonment as a New Afrikan Prisoner of War. The story which describes the coming of age of Comrade-Sister Safiya is but one page from the book of New Afrikan life. This page describes the conditions which have led others before Sister Safiya to realize that decisions must be made, so that We become part of the solution to our problem." A reprint authorized by Spear & Shield Publications. $1.50

Communiques of EZLN
Communiques of the Zapatista Army of National Liberation, January-August 1996. 36 pages. $3.00

Comunal: palabras desde las comunidades del Consejo Indigena Popular de Oaxaca 'Ricardo Flores Magon' , by CIPO-RFM and Ce-Acatl. Written entirely in Spanish, a fully illustrated book looking at the indigenous "Ricardo Flores Magon" community in Oaxaca state, Mexico. 80 pages $15.00

Confronting Fascism
Confronting Fascism, discussion documents for a militant movement ; by Anti-Racist Action Chicago, Don Hamerquist, J. Sakai and Mark Salotte. New discussions questioning & then overturning established radical theories about world fascism and its revival. From the ranks of militant anti-fascist activists. Published by Chicago Anti-Racist Action, Arsenal and Kersplebedeb.
169 pages perfectly bound. $20.00

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Conquest Sexual Violence and American Indian Genocide, by Andrea Smith with a foreword by Winona LaDuke.Examining the connextion between various forms of social violence, control and disposession aimed at Indigenous people in america, and how they relate to the high rates of violence against Native American women - the most likely to suffer from povety-related illness and to survive rape and partner abuse. Smith also outlines radical and innovative strategies for eliminating gendered violence. 244 pages – South End Press (ISBN 0-89608-743-3) $18.00
Counter-Productive - Québec City Convergence Surrounding the Summit of the Americas , compiled by Luca Palladino and David Widgington. In April 2001 the political elite from across the Americas met in Quebec City to discuss the Free Trade Agreement of the Americas. The co-called "Summit of the Americas" was marked by days of militant protest as thousands of people gathered to show their opposition to corporate globalization. In this beautiful (if somewhat artsy) booklet twenty five participants in these protests tell their stories. 131 pages + spoken word CD (over an hour long!). $18.00

Daring to Struggle, Failing to Win: the Red Army Faction’s 1977 Campaign of Desperation, by André Moncourt and J. Smith. In 1970 a small group of West German revolutionaries decided to go underground, to set up safehouses, and learn the skills of the urban guerilla. They were the Red Army Faction. Seven years later, almost all of the original combatants were in prison or dead, yet, through their example, they had inspired a militant and illegal support movement, comrades willing to take up arms in defense of the prisoners. 1977 was to be a year of reckoning. Through daring attacks and devastating errors, the West German guerilla brought their society to the brink, mounting one of the most desperate and incredible campaigns of asymmetrical warfare ever waged in postwar Europe. That they failed is no excuse to not learn their story, to see who they were and what they fought for – and, most tragically, to bear witness to the lengths the state would go to silence them, to make sure no one would ever again make such an attempt to free the prisoners. Later this year Kersplebedeb and PM Press will be publishing the first volume in a documentary history of the RAF by Moncourt and Smith, but in the meantime this pamphlet is a modest introduction to this story. 43 pages $5.95
Dear Motorist, reprint of the anti-automobile essay "The Social Ideology of the Motorcar", written by the French group Le Sauvage in 1973. This 8-page pamphlet has been widely reproduced over the years. $1.00  
Death by Crystal
Death by Crystal, A Johannah Wilder Mystery, by Agnes Bushell. A man has been found dead, killed with a large amethyst crystal, in the studio of a gay activist and artist. In their search for evidence that will keep the studio owner out of jail, our lesbian detective duo confront drug enforcement agencies, criminal syndicates and the cops. Set in the author’s home state of Maine - a detective novel for radicals. 149 pages $11.25

Death by Regulation & A Message from a Death Camp: two essays by Russell Maroon Shoatz on “clean torture” in u.s. prisons. Sensory deprivation, isolation, control units... these terms represent the all-too-real and horrible realities to which thousands upon thousands of u.s. prisoners are subjected, day in and day out. In this short pamphlet, Russell “Maroon” Shoatz, a veteran of the Black Liberation Army, explains the realities behind these terms, revealing a cruel world of “clean” torture which may not leave physical marks, but is designed to inflict deep psychological wounds. Shoatz writes from experience, having been incarcerated in such inhumane conditions for over twenty years now. 16 pages $2.00

Detroit: I Do Mind Dying: a study in urban revolution, by Dan Georgakas and Marvin Surkin, foreword by Manning Marable. The story of the Dodge Revolutionary Union Movement, based in Detroit, and the League of Revolutionary Black Workers, two of the most important political organizations of the 1960s and 1970s. This "updated" edition includes a new forward by Manning Marable, a new preface by the authors and two new chapters at the end of the book, including one in which the authors interview four Detoiters twenty years later about their experiences in the DRUM. 254 pages – South End Press  $18.00

Digger Tracts 1649-50, edited and introduced by Andrew Hopton. While it may be pushing things to say that these pieces are just as accessible and relevant today as when they were first written almost 400 years ago, it is certainly true that they are as relevant as when this 36-page pamphlet was first published by Aporia Press in 1989. The Diggers, for those who don't know, were a communalist movement in 17th century England. $3.75  
Direct Action, by Ann Hansen
Direct Action, by Ann Hansen. This is an autobiographical account of Direct Action, or the Vancouver Five: five members of the West Coast Canadian anarchist scene who went underground in the 1980s to carry out armed actions against an arms manufacturer, a sex shop that specialized in hardcore pornography, and a hydro substation. Hansen spent seven years in prison after her capture by the State. 493 pages. $19.50
Direct Action
Direct Action CD, by Ann Hansen. Recorded in October 2002, Ann Hansen reflects on the successes and failures of the bombings she participated in in the 1980s, and dispels some of the common myths surrounding not only her actions, but armed struggle in general. She also explores the differences between direct action and terrorism as means of affecting social change; laying the groundwork for defining what direct action means, what its guiding principles are, and how it can be applied successfully and meaningfully in today's political climate. 55 min. $12.00

Disaster and Resistance: Comics and Landscapes for the 21st Century, by Seth Tobocman with and introduction by Mumia Abu-Jamal. A set of radical comics outlining pressing social and political struggles at the dawn of the twenty-first century — from post 9-11 New York City, to Israel and Palestine, to Iraq and New Orleans. Fans of Seth's classic works, You Don't Have to Fuck People Over to Survive, and War in the Neighborhood, will see that his punch has not softened as his new work skewers the individuals and institutions reaping havoc across the globe today. In his bold comic style, Seth chronicles events as they happen, musing not on the chaos of instability and fear, but on the struggle against it.  170 pages  $20.00
Documents Regarding the Struggle at Six Nations
Documents Regarding the Struggle at Six Nations, June 2006.  This document - produced anonymously by “some people” , and updated since it first appeared in May 2006 - includes background material and documents regarding the struggle at Six Nations itself, as well as a useful chronology up until June 20th. Includes Canada is a Colonial Country by Andrew Orkin, Caledonia’s Mohawks Have Plenty Of Reason To Mistrust the Law by Kenneth Deer, the Statement from the Clan Mothers, a report from the day of the police attack by Hazel Hill, and much much more. All funds from sales of this pamphlet go to support the Six Nations’ Reclamation, an inspirational act by First Nations people to protect their land in Caledonia, Ontario.
73 pages (letter size) - $5.00

Dreamer of the Day; Francis Parker Yockey and the Postwar Fascist International, by Kevin Coogan. This is a great book, if you’re really interested in the nitty gritty details and nuances of postwar fascist intellectuals and schools of thought. An unusual and fascinating read, chapters are very short, often semi-anecodtal, and could almost stand alone, their point of connection being Francis Parker Yockey, a deranged man who became, after his suicide, something of a theoretical guru for some of the more innovative sections of the far right. Know your enemy! 648 pages $16.95

Dreams of Freedom; A Ricardo Flores Magon Reader, edited by Chaz Bufe and Mitchell Cowen Verter. For the first time the writings of this contemporary of Emiliano Zapata and Pancho Villa have been published in English. Includes a lengthy biographical sketch that places Magon’s work in historical context, a comprehensive chronology, bibliography, and an introduction by Benjamin Maldonado. 420 pages - AK Press $19.95

Durutti in the Spanish Revolution, by Abel Paz. The definitive biography of Spanish revolutionary and military strategist, Buenaventura Durruti,chronicling an entire nation and a tumultuous historical era. Paz seamlessly weaves intimate biographical details of Durruti’s life – his progression from factory worker and father to bank robber, political exile and, eventually, revolutionary leader – with extensive historical background, behind-the-scenes governmental intrigue, and blow-by-blow accounts of major battles and urban guerrilla warfare. Written with a thorough and sympathetic understanding of the anarchist ideals that motivated Durruti, this is an amazing and exhaustive study of an incredible man and his life-long fight against totalitarianism in both its capitalist and Stalinist forms. 795 pages - AK Press $27.95

Ecofascism, by Janet Biehl and Peter Studemaier. In order to preserve the liberatory aspects of ecology, the authors, as social ecologists, explore the German experience of fascism and derive from it historical lessons about the political use of ecology. Including two essays-"Fascist Ideology: The Green Wing of the Nazi Party and its Historical Antecedents" and "Ecology and the Modernization of Fascism in the German Ultra-Right." AK Press.  $7.00

Enemies of the State, a frank discussion of past political movements, victories and errors, and the current political climate for revolutionary struggle within the u.s.a.With European-American anti-imperialist political prisoners Marilyn Buck, David Gilbert and Laura Whitehorn. Published by Resistance in Brooklyn. Published by Solidarity. To read more, click the icon to your right! $6.00 CLICK HERE TO READ MORE
Essays from the Minister of Defense , by Black Panther Party founder Huey P. Newton. $2.50  
Every Cook Can Govern, by Cyril Lionel Robert  James, an important and unorthodox Pan-Africanist and Marxist. This pamphlet is his study of democracy in ancient Greece and its meaning for today. $3.00  

Everywhere All the Time: A New Deschooling Reader, edited by Matt Hern. An array of historical and contemporary alternatives to traditional schooling, demonstrating that children's capacity to learn decreases as soon as they enter bureaucratic, institutional facilities. Contributors include, among many others, Ivan Illich, Grace Llewellyn, John Taylor Gatto, Vinoba Bhave, Emma Goldman, Gustava Esteva, Madhu Prakash, Pat Farenga, the Pedro Abizu Puerto Rican High School and Albany Free School, as well as interviews with unschooled children and an array of international alternative-to-school experimenters in Israel, Thailand, India, and Mali. 269 pages - $17.95

EZLN Communiques #1 - Navigating the Seas . A collection of Zapatista National Liberation Army communiques, from December 22nd 97 - January 29th 98. This particular body of communiques captures the events in Chiapas during a time of extreme tension and unease - the massacre of Acteal and the military incursions. A very fine collection, beautifully produced, with photographs, an introduction, maps of southern Mexico, a glossary and resource guide. $3.00

EZLN Communiques #3
EZLN Communiques #3 - Masks and Silences . The 3rd in the beautifully produced and translated series of missives from the jungles of southern Mexico, these from April-July 1998. $3.00

EZLN Communiques #4
EZLN Communiques #4 - The War Against Forgetting . Brand new installment of communiques, statements and analysis from the mountains of southeast Mexico. This batch covers August-November 1998. As ever, they are beautifully produced, and complete with maps, and an extensive, updated contacts list. $3.00

Facing the Enemy
Facing the Enemy: A History Of Anarchist Organisation From Proudhon To May 1968, by Alexander Skirda. Critical and engaged, Skirda offers biting and incisive portraits of the major anarchist thinkers, and more crucially, the organizations they inspired, influenced, came out of and were spurned by. Opinionated and witty, he is equally at home skewering the actions of the early anarchist Victor Serge as he is the Paris chief of police who organized undercover "anarchist bombers" in an attempt to infiltrate and discredit the movement. Bakuninist secret societies; the Internationals and the clash with Marx; the Illegalists, bombers and assassins; the mass trade unions and insurrections; and, of course, the Russian and Spanish Revolutions are all discussed through the prism of working people battling fiercely for a new world free of the shackles of Capital and the State. AK Press. $17.95

False Nationalism False Internationalism
False Nationalism False Internationalism , by E. Tani & Kaé Sera, provides a critical history of revisionism, opportunism, and parasitical relationships between white and black revolutionary organizations in the United States. This essay was an attempt to evaluate the rise in radical armed activity in the US during the 1960s and 1970s from an activist perspective. 260 pages spiral bound.. $22.50  
The F-Word
F-Word: A Feminist Handbook for the Revolution #3. The third issue of this zine is all about "Outlaws". Interviews include radical historian Howard Zinn, author and activist Loretta Ross, artist Cristy Road, and gender outlaw Kate Bornstein. A fascinating history of the pre-Roe Vs. Wade underground abortion service, JANE, articles by Mos Def and Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore, underground comics, music/film/book reviews and more all viewed through a radical, fun, feminist lens. $5.95

Fascism - by George Jackson
Fascism, by George Jackson. A reprint of this text by this martyred Black prison revolutionary. $3.75

The FBI War on Tupac Shakur and Black Leaders, by John Potash. i picked this up at the 2007 Mid-Atlantic Radical Bookfair in Baltimore. It contains a wealth of names, dates and events detailing the use of COINTELPRO style tactics by the FBI against a generation of political rap artists. Based on 12 years of research and includes over 900 endnotes. Sources include over 100 interviews, FOIA-released CIA and FBI documents, court transcripts, and many mainstream media outlets. 270 pages $20.00

Fired by the Ideal
Fired by the Ideal: Italian-American Responses to Czolgosz's killing of McKinley, by Giuseppe Ciancabilla. William McKinley was the 25th president of the United States, until an anarchist from a Polish-Russian immigrant family - Leon Czolgosz - assassinated him on September 6th 1901. Fierce repression struck the anarchist movement, and as a result many offered only lukewarm support for Czolgosz. An exception was the anarchist newspaper L'Aurora, based among Italian miners in Spring Valley, Illinois, and edited by the author of this pamphlet. This newspaper spoke up stongly in defense of the assassination, and found itself in the crosshairs of the State. This pamphlet consists of writings and statements from the time of the assassination, centering on the repression faced by Ciancabilla. 28 page $3.50

Five Years in the Warsaw Ghetto, by Bernard Goldstein. The author was a leader of the Jewish underground with the socialist Bund in the Warsaw Ghetto prior to its liquidation by the Nazis in 1943.This is his account of life in the underground - organizing housing, food, and clothing within the ghetto; communicating with the West for support; and developing a secret armed force. His surprisingly modest and frank depiction of a community under siege at a time when the world chose not to intervene is enlightening, devastating, and ultimately inspiring. 260 pages $19.00

Flights of Angels, My Life with the Angels of Light, by Adrian Brooks. The Angels of Light were a genderfucking hippy performance troupe in the 1970s, growing out of the equally legendary Cockettes in San Francisco. Adrian Brooks was a pivotal member of the Angels; he was the author of many of their shows, and appeared in almost all of their productions during their heyday from late 1974 to 1980. In this vivid memoir, San Francisco in the 1970s comes to life as Brooks recounts the amazing stories of the Angels from behind closed doors, a book that is much about the politics of hippie experience in North America at the time. He also describes his early years as a Pennsylvania youth whose life is transformed by social and political activism: as a radical anti-war Quaker, as a volunteer for Martin Luther King, and later in New York's gallery scene, passing through Andy Warhol's circus before heading west, where the Angels made perfect, beautiful sense of the world. A memoir of the queer seventies counter-culture. Arsenal Pulp Press (ISBN-13: 9781551522319) 272 pages $27.95

Free Comrades: Anarchism and Homosexuality in the United States 1895-1917, by Terence Kissack. Examines the opinions and positions of anarchists towards homosexuality at a time when the topic remained taboo, even for many on the left. Subjects covered include the trial and imprisonment of Oscar Wilde, the life and work of Walt Whitman, periodicals including Tucker’s Liberty and Leonard Abbott’s The Free Comrade, and the frank treatment of homosexual relations in Berkman’s Prison Memoirs of an Anarchist. By defending the right to enter into same-sex partnerships free from social and governmental restraints, the anarchists posed a challenge to society still not met today. 220 pages $17.95

Free Women of Spain
Free Women of Spain, by Aillen O'Carrol. This is the text of a talk given by a member of the (anarchist) Workers Solidarity Movement in July 1995 . This talk assumes a certain knowledge of the Spanish Revolution of 1936. 15 pages. $2.25

FreeWomen of Spain
Free Women of Spain: Anarchism and the Struggle for the Emancipation of Women, by Martha A. Ackelsberg. Cowards don't make history; and the women of Mujeres Libres (Free Women) were no cowards. Courageous enough to create revolutionary change in their daily lives, these women mobilized over 20,000 women into an organized network during the Spanish Revolution to strive for community, education, and equality for women and the emancipation of all. Militants in the anarcho-syndicalist CNT union, Mujeres Libres struggled both against fascism, the state, and reaction; and the less than supportive attitudes and concerns of their male comrades. Martha Ackelsberg writes a comprehensive study of Mujeres Libres, intertwining interviews with the women themselves and analysis connecting them with modern feminist movements. This new edition includes additional research Ackelsberg carried out for the Spanish language edition, together with a brand new introduction written in the light of the new social movements, and resurgence of anarchism, post-Seattle. 287 pages $20.00

Friends 0of Durutti
The Friends of Durruti Group: 1937-1939 , by Agustin Guillamon. This is the story of a group of anarchists engaged in the Spanish revolution. Essentially street fighters with a long pedigree of militant action, they used their own experiences to arrive at their analysis. This study - drawing on interviews with participants and synthesizing archival information - is THE definitive text on these unsung activists. AK Press. $9.95

Geek Mafia, by Rick Dakan. A technopirate crime novel following a disgruntled video game designer as he tries to take personal revenge on corporate america. PM Press (ISBN 978-1-60486-002-3) 330 pages $15.95

Geek Mafia: Mile Zero, by Rick Dakan. Dakan's heroes Paul and Chloe continue their fun in what has been described as a geeky version of The Sting. Another crime novel from Rick Dakan.
PM Press (ISBN 978-1-60486-006-1) 296 pages $15.95

Granny Made Me an Anarchist: General Franco, The Angry Brigade and Me, by Stuart Christie. The author became Britain’s most famous anarchist in 1964 when he was arrested for smuggling explosives in a plot to assassinate Spanish dictator Francisco Franco. Charged with “Banditry and Terrorism,” he served three years of his twenty-year sentence before international pressure secured his release. Five years later, he stood trial in London for alleged involvement with Britain’s Angry Brigade, an urban guerilla group, but was this time acquitted. He is the cofounder of Anarchist Black Cross, Black Flag magazine, and Cienfuegos Press. This is his autobiography. 400 pages $19.95

The Green Nazi
The Green Nazi. An investigation into fascist ecology , by J. Sakai. A book review of Blood and Soil , a book by academic Anna Bramwell, disputing her flattering portrayal of Third Reich Imperial Peasant Leader Walther Darre. Takes a critical look at the relationship between social and natural purity, the green movement and the far right.
33 pages saddle stitched  $3.00
Guerilla Warfare: a method
Guerilla Warfare, a method, by Che Guevara. $3.00  
Guns for Hire
Guns for Hire: How the CIA and U.S. Army Recruit Mercenaries for White Rhodesia, a historical reprint. A collectors item from the anti-colonial struggles of the seventies. This text details how the US military and CIA colluded with Solider of Fortune magazine and others to send white mercenaries to fight for the Ian Smith regime in Rhodesia. While the nitty gritty details are mainly of historical significance, given the heavy reliance on "contractors" in Iraq and elsewhere, the broad outlines of this work remain relevant today. From the introduction by Jon Dough: "Although the CIA's mercenary operation for Zimbabwe had failed in the end, the machinery remains as a covert weapon that can be restarted and put to use in new imperialist interventions and wars in the Global South. That's why this investigative report still has useful knowledge for everyone tracking the bloody footprints of the u.s. empire."
40 pages saddle-stitched $4.00

Hammered by the Irish: How the Pitstop Ploughshares Disabled a U.S. Warplane—With Ireland's Blessing, by Harry Browne with an introduction by Daniel Berrigan. On a damp night in February 2003, as the U.S. prepared to invade Iraq, five Catholic Worker activists scrambled across runways and broke into a hangar at Shannon Airport. Swinging hammers and a pickaxe, they did more than $2.5 million damage to a U.S. Navy transport plane. The five were hit with the full weight of the law, and were quickly condemned by the media and much of the anti-war movement. But three-and-a-half years later a Dublin jury decided they were innocent of any crime. This is the story of how a civilian airport in the west of Ireland became a "Pitstop of Death," and how an act of conscience touched the hearts and minds of twelve jurors, making political and legal history, in an epic of popular resistance. 180 pages - $15.95

Punk Hardcore guide to Christianity
The Hardcore/Punk Guide to Christianity , by Robin Banks. A critical examiniation of Christianity, and how it intersects with the punk scene in North America, by an ex-Christian. 38 pages saddle stitched $3.75

Hauling Up the Morning/Izando la Manana - writings & art by political prisoners and prisoners of war in the United States. Edited by political prisoners Ray Luc Levasseur and Tim Blunk, with an introduction by Black Liberation Army fugitive Assata Shakur, this book contains paintings, poetry, essays and prose by dozens of imprisoned revolutionaries in the United States. 408 pages REMAINDERED $15.00
Heartcheck, by Jeffrey “Free” Luers and Rob “Los Ricos” Thaxton. Both of the authors are eco-anarchist prisoners serving time for their activities - Thaxton received a 7 year sentence on charges of assault and riot on the June 18th “”Day of International Action Against the Global Economy” and Luers received a staggering 22 year sentence for setting fire to three SUVs. Here they lay out their ideas on what is needed to stop the empire. An action-oriented, caffeinated plea for radical resistance from two guys who walked their talk and are now paying the price. Proceeds from the sale of this pamphlet go to benefit the authors.
36 pages $7.00

Hope Breathing Life
Hope Breathing Life: Postcards for Liberation, by Zolo Agona Azania. Sixteen postcards featuring artwork by Zolo Agona Azania, a New Afrikan political prisoner who has spent 23 years on death row, and this despite having forced the State to admit to racist improprieties in his trial and and having his sentence overturned not once but twice - despite a judge ruling in May 2005 that the State should not be allowed to pursue the death penalty a third time as this would constitute a clear violation of Azania’s rights, the prosecution is appealing, shamelessly pulling out all the stops to kill this man! As well as containing sixteen postcards by Azania, this booklet includes information about his case and current situation. Funds from the sale of this booklet are used for his support campaign. 16 postcards + 2 pages - Kersplebedeb & Zolo Agona Azania Support Committee (ISBN 0-9731432-9-0) $12.00

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Hot Lead is Medicine
Hot Lead Is Medicine: Thoughts on Whiteness, privilege and violence, by Texas F. Slim. Clearly written from the "anti-civilization"/insurrectional wing of anarchism, this snappy little pamphlet is nevertheless a cut above most anarchist discussions of violence and revolution. 12 pages  $1.25

How It All Began, The Personal Account of a West German Urban Guerrilla, by Bommi Baumann. The author was a member of the West Berlin Blues scene, out of which emerged the anarchist guerilla 2nd of June Movement in the early seventies. While this book represented Baumann’s turn away from the guerilla (the last chapter is entitled "Terror or Love"), it remains an important document from the period, a glimpse into what it was like to be a working class rebel in the freak counter-culture of the sixties, and how one section of the armed resistance in West Germany emerged from this scene. First published in 1975, the book was immediately banned in Germany - nevertheless, at the time some comrades considered Baumann a traitor, and this book a counter-insurgency work. In retrospect, this seems incorrect, for while the author was clearly moving away from a certain kind of revolutionary politics, he remains honest and sympathetic as he tells the story of his life and struggle against the state. With commentary by Daniel Cohn-Bendit and Heinrich Boell. Arsenal Pulp Press (ISBN: 9780889780453) 131 pages $19.95

I Cried, You Didn’t Listen: A Survivor’s Exposé of the California Youth Authority, by Dwight E. Abbott. At the age of nine, a family tragedy split up Dwight Abbott’s family, and forced him into the hands of the California Youth Authority. This is the chilling chronicle of his life behind bars – a story of brutality and survival; showing how the systematic abuse of incarcerated children creates a cycle of criminal behavior that usually ends with prison or death. In its first serialization, these writings won a Project Censored award for stories that are significant, yet under-reported in the mainstream media. This edition contains an introduction by Books Not Bars, new pieces by the author, and writing from other victims of the CYA.153 pages - AK Press $14.95
Utah Philips
I've Got to Know, Utah Philips. "During the Gulf War, I got plenty good and mad...with the help of Dakota Sid Clifford, I went in a small but very fine studio...For the next 70 minutes I spouted, fulminated, and sang about war, peace, pacifism and anarchy - and believe me, I know what I'm talking about. I used songs, poems, and rants to make the point." Utah Phillips on perhaps his most important record to date. A pure slice of genius from the IWW bard. 33 tracks (Compact Disc) $14.98

It's All Lies
It's All Lies. An overwhelming collection of flyers/posters/protest art and graphics from the Israeli radical movements of the past 30 odd years. The editors have managed to reproduce (on fancy slick paper) hundreds of pieces of propaganda translated in both Hebrew and English in one oversized left-bound volume. Comes with a multimedia CD containg 30 Israeli punk bands, the book as a PDF, and a film. $30.00
Italian Glassblowers Takeover of 1910
The Italian Glassblowers Takeover of 1910, by Odon Por. Syndicalism in action. Another forgotten gem of working class history and self-organisation brought back to life. Kate Sharpley Library. $2.50

Italian Workers Against Fascism
Italian Workers Against Fascism, by John Hewetson. A reprint of a text written in October 1944 and published by the British group Anarchy, initially under the title “Italy After Mussolini”. Details the role of the Italian working class in toppling fascism, and the role of the Allies and the Italian political class in sabotaging the anti-fascist struggle. Also some details on life in occupied Italy. 46 pages. $3.75

Jailbreak out of History - the rebiography of Harriet Tubman , by Butch Lee. This is a new, book form, edition of a text previously published in pamphlet form. This is a major biographical study, which refutes the standard "American" version of Harriet Tubman's life. At a time when violence against women of color is at the center of world politics, uncovering the censored story of one Amazon  points to answers that have nothing to do with government programs, police, or patriarchal politics. 90 pages. $8.75
(the 300K+ text of this booklet is available on this site - click the icon to your right to read it!)
Joe Hill: IWW Songwriter
Joe Hill: IWW Songwriter, by Dean Nolan and Fred Thompson. A short biography of wobblie trobadour Joe Hill. $2.50  
John Brown, May 9 1800 – Dec. 2 1859 . A reprint of this critical look at the righteous struggle of John Brown and his band, who took up arms against the U.S. government to end slavery. Includes a tribute by Nebula and Hugo award winning author Terry Bisson, and a bibliography by anti-imperialist activist Matt Meyer. 24 pages. $3.00  
June 13 1/2
June 13½, a book by the “Queens Park Riot” defendants. Published by the Ontario Coalition Against Poverty, proceeds go to the legal defense of people arrested on June 15, 2000 when police attacked an anti-cutback demonstration in Toronto, Canada. 74 pages

Kronstadt in the Russian Revolution
Krontsadt in the Russian Revolution, by Efim Yartchuk. At last, a translation of one of the voices of the Kronstadt rebels. A translation from the original 'Kronstadt 1921: Proletariat contre Bochevisme' published in Paris in 1921. To say this is a vital document is a staggering under-exaggeration. Kate Sharpley Library $6.00

Kuwasi Balagoon: a Soldier's Story; writings by a revolutionary New Afrikan anarchist, by fallen Black Liberation Army freedom fighter Kuwasi Balagoon, with contributions by Meg Starr, David Gilbert and Sundiata Acoli. This 120-page book is an incredible collection of writings by Kuwasi Balagoon, an anarchist revolutionary who fought the good fight with the B.L.A. To read more click the "read more" icon to your right! $15.00 CLICK HERE TO READ MORE


Labor Law for the Rank and Filer: Building Solidarity While Staying Clear of the Law, by Staughton Lynd and Daniel Gross. A guerrilla legal handbook for workers in a precarious global economy. Blending cutting-edge legal strategies for winning justice at work with a theory of dramatic social change from below, Staughton Lynd and Daniel Gross deliver a practical guide for making work better while re-invigorating the labor movement. Labor Law for the Rank and Filer demonstrates how a powerful model of organizing called "Solidarity Unionism" can help workers avoid the pitfalls of the legal system and utilize direct action to win. This new revised and expanded edition includes new cases governing fundamental labor rights as well as an added section on Practicing Solidarity Unionism. This new section includes chapters discussing the hard-hitting tactic of working to rule; organizing under the principle that no one is illegal, and building grassroots solidarity across borders to challenge neoliberalism, among several other new topics. Illustrative stories of workers' struggles make the legal principles come alive. 110 pages $10.00

Rosa Luxemburg
Leninism or Marxism , by Rosa Luxemburg. Originally written in 1904 under the title "Organizational Problems of Russian Social Democracy", Luxemburg was a Marxist who elaborated a critique of what would later be known as Leninism. A revolutionary leader, in 1919 she helped lead the Spartakist uprising in Berlin, and was subsequently executed without trial. 18 pages. $2.25

Let Freedom Ring
Let Freedom Ring: A Collection of Documents From the Movements to Free U.S. Political Prisoners. Edited by Matt Meyer, with a Foreword by Adolfo Pérez Esquivel and Afterwords by Lynne Stewart and Ashanti Omowali Alston. A two-decade sweep of essays, analyses, histories, interviews, resolutions, People’s Tribunal verdicts, and poems by and about the scores of U.S. political prisoners and the campaigns to safeguard their rights and secure their freedom. In addition to an extensive section on the campaign to free death-row journalist Mumia Abu-Jamal, represented here are the radical movements that have most challenged the U.S. empire from within: Black Panthers and other Black liberation fighters, Puerto Rican independentistas, Indigenous sovereignty activists, white anti-imperialists, environmental and animal rights militants, Arab and Muslim activists, Iraq war resisters, and others. Contributors in and out of prison detail the repressive methods – from long-term isolation to sensory deprivation to politically inspired parole denial – used to attack these freedom fighters, some still caged after 30+ years. This invaluable resource guide offers inspiring stories of the creative, and sometimes winning, strategies to bring them home. (For a full list of contrbutors and more information, please click here.) 912 pages $37.95

Looking Back at Twenty Years of Jail, by Miguel Garcia. This interview took place shortly after Miguel Garcia’s arrival in London (in the late 60s) and his return to political activity after serving twenty years for his ‘crimes’ – namely, refusing to give up the fight against Franco’s regime after the end of World War II. In it, he explains the motivation and methods of the resistance. It is complemented by some of Miguel’s letters to the press, and a short introduction to his life and times.
14 pages – Kate Shaprley Library $2.50

Louis Lecoin an anarchist life, by Sylvain Garel. Anarcho-Communist, Anarcho-Syndicalist, Anti-Militarist, but always involved in social struggles, Louis Lecoin's life presents the map of a journey through the French Anarchist movement for more than half a century - from the turn of the century right up till the early 1970s... Kate Sharpley Library $3.00

Making a Killing, the Political Economy of Animal Rights, by Bob Torres. With a focus on labor, property, and the life of commodities, an examination into the broad nature of domination, power, and hierarchy. Making a Killing explores the intersections between human and animal oppressions in relation to the exploitative dynamics of capitalism. Combining nuts-and-bolts Marxist political economy, a pluralistic anarchist critique, as well as a searing assessment of the animal rights movement, the author challenges conventional anti-capitalist thinking and convincingly advocates for the abolition of the animal industry. 185 pages $17.95

Marriage and Love, by Emma Goldman. Anti-marriage rant by Amerikkka's most famous anarchist. $1.00  
Mayday and Anarchism
Mayday and Anarchism : Remembrance and Resistance From Haymarket to Now, edited by Anna Key. Mayday means more than maypoles and pagan love rites. It's remembrance of class struggle and resistance. It commemorates the Haymarket Martyrs of Chicago who were framed — and executed — for their anarchist ideas and fighting for the eight hour day. Since the 1890s workers have marked Mayday all across the world. This pamphlet shows the origins and history of Mayday, and the differing ways in which Anarchists have responded to its call.  31 page $3.00

[Meditations on Frantz Fanon's Wretched of the Earth Part One
Meditations on Frantz Fanon's Wretched of the Earth, Part One; by Owusu Yaki Yakubu. Part one of a work in progress, this is a study guide written by a New Afrikan revolutionary, and member of the Spear and Shield Publishing collective. Since its founding 25 years ago by a prison collective of former Black Panther Party members and other revolutionaries, Spear and Shield has been an active part of the New Afrikan independence movement. "We call our nation New Afrika, and it exists in both actuality and potentiality." 26 pages. $3.75

[Meditations on Frantz Fanon's Wretched of the Earth Part Two
Meditations on Frantz Fanon's Wretched of the Earth, Part Two; by Owusu Yaki Yakubu. Part two of a work in progress, this is a study guide written by a New Afrikan revolutionary, and member of the Spear and Shield Publishing collective. 38 pages. $3.75

Memories of a Makhnovist Partisan
Memories of a Makhnovist Partisan, by Ossip Tsebry. One of those who took up arms in defence of the Russian Revolution - fighting against interventionists, Tsarists, Whites and Reds, and who linked up with the Makhnovists, survived to tell his story. A fascinating account of revolutionary Russia as it really was. Kate Sharpley Library $2.50

Men, Sexism and the Class Struggle , by Men Against Sexist Shit. $3.00  
Message to the Black Movement
Message to the Black Movement, by the Coordinating Committee of the Black Liberation Army. This statement was originally written in 1975 by the Coordinating Committee of the Black Liberation Army as part of its effort to consolidate the various isolated BLA units. It is political analysis, statement of general political positions, and a contribution to the Black Liberation Movement specifically, and to the revolutionary movement in general. Sections include: view from the armed front; racism and class; leadership of the struggle; what is protracted war in the black liberation struggle; revolutionary internationalism & pan- africanism; alliances with whites. 36 pages. While Supplies Last! $4.00

Mexico: The Moon Between The Mirrors Of The Night And The Crystal Of Day - A Continuing Fable By Subcommander Marcos
Mexico: The Moon Between The Mirrors Of The Night And The Crystal Of Day - A Continuing Fable By Subcommander Marcos . A collection of writings and communiques from the man behind the mask. $2.50

Miguel Garcia’s Story, edited by Albert Meltzer. Classic autobiography of a life-long Spanish militant. From Franco’s prisons to exile and beyond. 72 pages – Kate Shapley Library $2.00

The Militant Tradition: Commemorating Canadian Volunteers of the International Brigades, by Anti-Fascist Forum . $3.00  
The Military Strategy of Women and Children
The Military Strategy of Women and Children , by Butch Lee. Lays out the need for an autonomous and independent women's revolutionary movement, a revolutionary women's culture that involves not only separating oneself from patriarchal imperialism, but also in confronting, opposing, and waging war against it by all means necessary. Of particular interest is the Lee's critique of reformist "feminism", and her examination of how genocide, colonialism and patriarchy are intertwined, not only historically but also in the present. 116 pages. $15.00

Models of Revolution: Rural Women and Anarchist Collectivization in Civil War Spain, by Martha Ackelsberg. A comparison of two different approaches to “the woman question” by anarchists in revolutionary Spain. 22 pages - $2.50

Money and Power Hook or Crook
Money and Power Hook or Crook , by Zolo Agona Azania. Written by a revolutionary socialist and Conscious New Afrikan Nationalist presently a political prisoner in the United Snakes of Amerikkka. Essays deal with the psychological and moral distortions of capitalism, and the need for a moral socialist alternative. Includes artwork by the author, and an introduction by Owusu Yaki Yakubu. 56 pages $5.00
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Move Into the Light: Postcript to a Turbulent 2007. Starting from the anti-G8 mobilization at Heiligendamm last year, this pamphlet tries to provide a "where we're at" from a European anti-capitalist perspective. Climate change, recent developments in Latin America and the 2005 revolt in the banlieues in France all figure into this pamphlet, as the authors try to explore where they are and aren't and what this might mean for their movement(s). (Pleasse note that this text is available online at 20 pages - $2.95

Mutual Aid and Social Evolution, by John Hewetson
Mutual Aid and Social Evolution , by John Hewetson. 17 pages. $2.25

My Enemy's Enemy: essays on globalization, fascism and the struggle against capitalism, Anti-Fascist Forum; this 118-page book contains articles by anti-fascist researchers and political activists from Europe and North America, examining racist and pro-capitalist tendencies within the movement against globalization. They expose the activities of fascists and garden-variety xenophobes, showing that the struggle has to be against capitalism and exclusion, not simply its "neo-liberal" rendition. The second edition of this publication is now perfectly bound (like a book!) and illustrated, and includes new texts. Temporarily out of stock - new edition due out in October. $15.00 CLICK HERE TO READ MORE

My Mother Wears Combat Boots: A Parenting Guide for the Rest of Us, by Jessica Mills. Written with humor, extensive research, and much trial and error, My Mother Wears Combat Boots delivers sound advice for parents of all stripes. Amid stories of bringing kids (and grandparents) to women’s rights demonstrations, taking baby on tour with her band, and organizing cooperative childcare, Jessica gives detailed nuts-and-bolts information. A clever, hip, and entertaining mix of advice, anecdotes, political analysis, and factual sidebars that will help parents as they navigate the first years of their child’s life. 260 pages $16.95

My Visit to the Kremlin
My Visit to the Kremlin, by Nestor Makhno . Ukrainian anarchist revolutionary's account of his interviews with the Bolshevik leaders Lenin and Sverdlov in June 1918. He was not impressed. Kate Sharpley Library $2.50

Ned Kelly
Ned Kelly's Ghost: the Tottenham IWW and the Tottenham Tragedy An examination of the killing of an Australian policeman, the subsequent hangings of two Australian IWW members convicted of his murder, and the context - a millitant IWW, an alarmed ruling class and the Iron Heel of state repression - in which it all took place. More of our hidden history unearthed. Kate Sharpley Library $2.50

Nestor Makhno - Anarchy’s Cossack: The Struggle for Free Soviets in the Ukraine 1917–1921, by Alexandre Skirda. The phenomenal life of Ukrainian peasant Nestor Makhno (1888–1934) provides the framework for this breakneck account of the downfall of the tsarist empire and the civil war that convulsed and bloodied Russia between 1917 and 1921. More than just the incredible exploits of a guerilla revolutionary par excellence, Skirda weaves the tale of a people, and the organizations and practices of anarchism, literally fighting for their lives. 420 pages $21.95

The New State Repression, by Ken Lawrence with an introduction by Kristian Williams. First published in 1985, this is a short essay and analysis of the theory (and practice) of permanent repression. It posits that the state now views insurgency of the oppressed as a permanent condition, and hence has reacted accordingly – a strategy of permanent repression as the full-time task of the security forces. The author draws on the theories of low-level counter-insurgency, developed by the British in Northern Ireland and Kenya, and how it was applied here in North America during the Reagan era. For what it’s worth, Ken Lawrence was one of those radicals who had been part of the Sojourner Truth Organization. In this new edition, Kristian Williams points to the continuing relevancy for this analysis today. 24 pages - Tarantula Publishing $3.00

A New World in Our Hearts
A New World in Our Hearts: 8 Years of Writings from the Love and Rage Revolutionary Anarchist Federation
edited by Roy San Filipo. The Love and Rage Federation was perhaps the most visible revolutionary anarchist organization in North America in the last few decades. This book keeps alive the many key political contributions Love and Rage made to debates around anarchism and organization, race, white supremacy and the national question, as well as documenting the rise and fall of an important political movement. $11.95

Night-vision: illuminating war and class on the neo-colonial terrain Night-Vision: Illuminating War and Class on the Neo-Colonial Terrain , by Butch Lee and Red Rover. Clearly written from the same pespective as Bottomfish Blues, this book does away with much of the latter's shrill tone and replaces it with cutting-edge theory. Unfortunately I have noticed that many people take a look at the title and decide that this is one of those boring academic books. Nothing could be farther from the truth: this is kick-ass feminism as good as it gets. $14.95 CLICK HERE TO READ A REVIEW!
No War But the Class War
No War But The Class War! Libertarian Anti-Militarism Then and Now. Edited by Anna Key. This pamphlet represents 110 years of anti-militarist propaganda, from Spain's last imperialist adventure in 1893, through the First World War right up to the 'War On Terror'. It includes Randolph Bourne's classic analysis of why war is the 'health of the state' and a recent dissection of the myths of Remembrance Day.Also included is material from Ricardo Flores Magon, Gustave Herve, Mother Earth magazine, the Iron Column from the Spanish Revolution, Alexander Berkman, John Olday and much more. 20 pages $3.00

Obsolete Communism
Obsolete Communism: The Left-Wing Alternative , by Daniel Cohn-Bendit. Daniel's gripping account of the May 68 revolt in France is complemented by brother Gabriel's biting criticism of the collaboration of the state, the union leadership and the French Communist Party in restoring order, defusing revolutionary energy & handing the factories back to the capitalists. Leninism & the unions come under fire as top-down bureaucracies whose need to manage and control are always at odds with revolutionary action. AK Press. $17.95

On A Move: the story of Mumia Abu-JAmal
On A Move: The Story of Mumia Abu-Jamal, by Terry Bisson. Mumia Abu-Jamal is probably Amerika's most famous political prisoner. In this sympathetic book Terry Bisson recounts Mumia's life, providing both a look at both the man and the times that produced him. Provides a glimpse of life in the Black Panther Party in the sixties and brutal police repression in Philadelphia in the seventies. $7.00

Only a Beginning, an Anarchist Anthology, edited by Allan Antliff. Drawing on a wide-range of anarchist publications, this is an excellent overview of anarchist publications in Canada from 1976 to the present, but with an emphasis on the 1980s. Publications prominently featured include Open Road, BOA, Demolition Derby, No Picnic, Anarchives, Demanarchie, Reality Now, Bulldozer/Prison News Service, Enless Struggle, Resistance and Kick It Over, though at the same time dozens of smaller publications are also looked at. Profusely illustrated with pages reprinted from the newspapers and magazines in question.  Arsenal Pulp Press (ISBN 9781551521671) 405 oversize pages $29.95
On Organization, by Gianni Collu and Jacques Camatte. $3.75  
On the Justice of Roosting Chickens
On the Justice of Roosting Chickens: Reflections on the Consequences of U.S. Imperial Arrogance and Criminality, by Ward Churchill with an introduction by Chellis Glendinning.Based on the essay that launched a thousand death threats, this if Churchill's scathing indictment of American criminality, a list of charges year bvy year, month by month, day by day.
As a result of the title essay in this book (originally written under the title "Some People Push Back"), Churchill has become the focus of a national right-wing witchhunt; he has been slandered in the press and has been condemned by the governor of Colorado, the State Legislature and many many others. Read it for yourself! (and check out the controversy online by clicking here ) 309 pages $15.95

Organization Means Commitment
Organization means Commitment , a reprint of a reprint - this anonymously written text on cadre organizations was originally published in the New Afrikan journal Vita Wa Watu . $2.00

Outlaws of America; The Weather Underground and the Politics of Solidarity, by Dan Berger. The best book devoted to the Weather Underground so far. Berger is both sympathetic and critical of Weather, but from a left-wing perspective. Unlike other authors who have tackled this subject, Berger is not interested in whining about Weather’s adopting armed struggle against the United States government, but rather examines their successes and failues in living up to their own standards, specifically in regards to anti-racism and anti-sexism. An excellent book. 432 pages - AK Press  $20.00

Overworked and Still Broke #2, by Joe Levasseur. When well done, a personal zine should also be a political zine, and it is telling that this is so rarely the case. But here Joe Levasseur does it again, discussing life on the job, rich kids pretending to be poor, and creepy child molestors, all from a working class anti-capitalist point of view. Definitely not a crimethinc publication!
43 pages - $4.25

Pages from Italian Anarchist History
Pages from Italian Anarchist History, by Andrea Ferrari and Aldo Aguzzi. This pamphlet includes two essays - Ferrari's "The Anarchism of the Cervi Brothers" and Aguzzi's "Italian Anarchist Volunteers in Barcelona and the Events of May 1937". These take on two different aspects of the anti-fascist fight: the struggle of the partisans in Reggio Emilia, and the contribution of the Italian volunteers in Spain in 1937. Both essays share a common, tragic, subtext: the sacrificing of libertarian communist revolutionaries (and of the revolutions they fought for) by an "official" Communism dictated from Moscow. In a postscript on the recent trial of comrades in Italy, Greece and Scotland, the continuity of anarchist resistance in Italy, and the need for international solidarity, is shown clearly. 19 pages $2.50

Partisanas: Women in the Armed Resistance to Fascism and German Occupation (1936–1945), by Ingrid Strobl. Common stereotypes of women during wartime relegate them to the sidelines of history  — to supporting roles like dutiful munitions factory workers or devoted wives waiting for their men to return home. The truth is that much of the armed resistance to fascism, before and during World War II, can be chalked up to women about whom official accounts have little or nothing to say. Through years of intrepid research and numerous interviews with the participants themselves, Ingrid Strobl excavates the history of the women who shouldered guns, planned assassinations, planted bombs, and were among the era's most active antifascist fighters. Strobl's commitment to and respect for her subjects has resulted in a work of both scholarly rigor and emotional depth. Weaving moving personal narratives into the broader history of the European resistance, Partisanas is both a detailed historical account and an investigation into what compelled women to reject their traditional roles to take up arms in a fight for a better world.This first English-language edition was translated by Paul Sharkey. Author Ingrid Strobl was herself arrested and charged with membership in the "terrorist" organizations Rote Zora and the Revolutionary Cells in 1987. 300 pages $21.95

The Past Didn’t Go Anywhere: Making Resistance to Antisemism Part of All Our Movements, by April Rosenblum. Showing how the left remains vulnerable to anti-semitism, and explaining why radicals should oppose it. Highly accessible, some of the ideas in this pamphlet could have been pushed further... which just means that people should read this, and get pushing! 34 pages - (where you can download it) $2.50
People's War... Women's War?
People's War... Women's War? two texts by Comrade Parvati of the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) with commentary by Butch Lee. A looik at women's role in the Nepalese Revolution, and the relationship of women to Maoism and revolution in general. The two main texts in this pamphlet are reprints of essays by Comrade Parvati, one of the few women in the central committee of the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist). In her interview with People's March, and her essay The Question of Women's Leadership in People's War in Nepal, Parvati is refreshingly critical and honest in her appraisal of the role of women in the CPN(M)'s peasant guerilla army, drawing conclusions regarding the connections between patriarchy and the defeat and degeneration of past communist revolutions, and the centrality of women to any successful communist revolution. Commenting on these texts, North American Amazon theorist Butch Lee examines the mixed record of Marxism-Leninism and Maoism in regards to women's liberation, the role of women in armed struggle, and the role of armed struggle in winning and defending freedom and autonomy for women and children.
70 pages - $5.00

Personal Recollections of an Anarchist Past
Personal Recollections of an Anarchist Past, by George Cores. Written in 1947, these are recollections from the inside of the anarchist movement 1883-1939 by a forgotten veteran. Kate Sharpley Library $2.50

Possibilities: Essays on Hierarchy, Rebellion, and Desire, by David Graeber. In this collection, David Graeber revisits questions raised in his previous book, Fragments of an Anarchist Anthropology. Employing an unpretentious style to convey complex ideas, these twelve essays cover a lot of ground: the origins of capitalism, the history of European table manners, love potions and gender in rural Madagascar, the phenomenology of giant puppets at street protests, and much more. But they’re linked by a clear purpose: to explore the nature of social power and the forms that resistance to it have taken—or might take in the future. 400 pages $22.95

The Price of Fire: Resource Wars and Social Movements in Bolivia, by Benjamin Dangl.  New social movements have emerged in Bolivia over the “price of fire” – access to basic elements of survival like water, gas, land, coca, employment, and other resources. Though these movements helped pave the way to the presidency for indigenous coca-grower Evo Morales in 2005, they have made it clear that their fight for self-determination doesn’t end at the ballot box. From the first moments of Spanish colonization to today’s headlines, this book offers a gripping account of clashes in Bolivia between corporate and people’s power, contextualizing them regionally, culturally, and historically. 226 pages – $15.95

The Prison-Industrial Complex and the Global Economy
The Prison Industrial Complex and the Global Economy, by Eve Goldberg and Linda Evans. The prison-industrial complex isn't about locking up a lot of dangerous hoodlums. Follow the money & find how the PIC fits into the New World Order of free trade and imprisoned people, the war on drugs, capital flight.Evans is a former political prisoner who served time in federal prison for anti-imperialist actions. 24 pages. $3.00

Prison-Industrial Complex
Prison-Industrial Complex CD by Angela Davis. A cutting analysis of the phenomenal expansion of the US prison system, and the industries which feed at that trough. Davis pays particular attention to how the drug war has played out across the race, class and gender divisions in US society. Spellbinding, provocative, powerful. $11.00

Prisons on Fire
Prisons on Fire: George Jackson, Attica and Black Liberation CD. Thirty years later, through a mixtures of archive audio and contemporary interviews, music and narration, the voices of George Jackson; Jonathan Jackson Jr; Georgia Jackson (mother of George and Jonathan Jackson); Angela Davis; David Hilliard (former Black Panther Party leader); James Baldwin; Harry Belafonte; David Johnson, Hugo Pinell, Luis Talamantez & Sundiata Tate (all charged with the San Quentin rebellion following the murder of George Jackson); Frank 'Big Black' Smith (Attica Brother and prison activist); William Kunstler; Elizabeth Fink and Michael Deutsch (attorneys for the Attica Brothers); L.D. Barkley (Attica Brother, murdered in the retaking of the prison in September of 1971, who announced the Attica Manifesto to the world); and Ruchell Magee (prison activist and leader, still in prison for his political activities) introduce and grapple with this history, and its lessons for today, and tomorrow. $14.95

Que Se Vayan Todos: Argentina's Popular Rebellion
Que Se Vayan Todos: Argentina's Popular Rebellion, by John Jordan and Jennifer Whitney, photography by Andrew Stern/Argentina Indymedia. An eyewitness account of the financial meltdown and ongoing grassroots rebellion. Part anarchist travelogue, part radical analysis, an account by two activists from England who visited Argentina during the height of the popular rebellion in 2001. With excellent photography by Andrew Stern of Argentina Indymedia. 60 pages. $4.50

The Radical Roots of Divers/Cité by Sketchy Thoughts. In 1990 police attacked the Sexgarage party in Montreal’s warehouse district. In retrospect, the subsequent political mobilization looks like the “coming out” of queer politics in Montreal, and as such is commemorated every year in that city’s LGBTA march, “Divers/Cité”. This short pamphlet looks at the context and previous political mobilizations which laid the basis for people feeling empowered to fight back against police violence - the Mohawk Nation’s conflict with the Canadian state, the AIDS activist movement, and previous responses to homophobic violence in Montreal. A previous version of this text appeared on my blog, Sketchy Thoughts. 17 pages $2.00
Reading Capital Politically
Reading Capital Politically, by Harry Cleaver. Through a close reading of the first chapter, Cleaver shows that Das Kapital was written for the workers, not for academics, and that we need to expand our idea of workers to include housewives, students, the unemployed and other non-waged workers. Reading Capital Politically provides a theoretical and historical bridge between struggles in Europe in the 60s & 70s, and particulary the Autonomia of Italy to the Zapatistas of the 90s. His introduction provides a brilliant and succinct overview of working class struggles in the century since Capital was published. Cleaver adds a new preface to the AK Press/Anti-Thesis edition. $15.00

Real Cost of Prisons Comix, by Lois Ahrens. One out of every hundred adults in the U.S. is in prison. This book provides a crash course in what drives mass incarceration, the human and community costs, and how to stop the numbers from going even higher. This volume collects the three comic books published by the Real Cost of Prisons Project. The stories and statistical information in each comic book is thoroughly researched and documented. Prison Town: Paying the Price tells the story of how the financing and site locations of prisons affects the people of rural communities in which prison are built. It also tells the story of how mass incarceration affects people of urban communities where the majority of incarcerated people come from. Prisoners of the War on Drugs includes the history of the war on drugs, mandatory minimums, how racism creates harsher sentences for people of color, stories on how the war on drugs works against women, three strikes laws, obstacles to coming home after incarceration, and how mass incarceration destabilizes neighborhoods. Prisoners of a Hard Life: Women and Their Children includes stories about women trapped by mandatory sentencing and the "costs" of incarceration for women and their families. Also included are alternatives to the present system, a glossary and footnotes.
Over 125,000 copies of the comic books have been printed and more than 75,000 have been sent to families of people who are in prison, people who are inside and to organizers and activists throughout the country. The demand for them is constant and the ways in which they are being used is inspiring. 104 pages $12.95

Realizing the Impossible: Art Against Authority, edited by Josh MacPhee and Erik Reuland. Exploring the vibrant relationship between anti-authoritarianism and aesthetics throughout the past, this is a sprawling and inclusive collection bursting with ideas and images. With topics ranging from turn-of-the-century French cartoonists to modern-day Indonesian printmaking, from people rolling giant balls of trash down Chicago streets to massive squatted urban villages and renegade playgrounds in Denmark, from the stencil artists of Argentina to the radical video collectives of the US and Mexico – as well as conversations with pioneering anarchist artists like Clifford Harper, Carlos Cortéz, Gee Vaucher, and members of Black Mask... A richly illustrated history of art and anarchism! 319 pages - AK Press $23.95

Religion of Capital
The Religion of Capital: A Satirical Exposure of Capital's Claims to Sanctity, by Paul Lafargue. Written in mock-biblical style by this early Marxist (actually old Karl's son-in-law), this witty attack on the bourgeoisie has been out of print for decades. Bitterly funny, a caustic attack on capitalist "morality". Includes a biography of the author.
59 pages saddle-stitched $3.75
Remembering Spain
Remembering Spain: Italian Anarchist Volunteers in the Spanish Civil War, by Umbert Marzocchi. The author was a veteran of the struggle against Mussolini's blackshirts, who was then involved in the supply of weapons to Spanish anarchists during the Civil War. He fought on the Aragon front from October 1936 until 1937. This is his account of those important and bloody days. 28 pages $3.00

The Revolution Will Not Be Funded: Beyond the Non-Profit Industrial Complex, edited by INCITE! Women of color Against Violence. Even as funding shrinks and government surveillance rises, many activists often find it difficult to imagine movement-building outside the nonprofit model. Therein lies the value of this book, where radical activists from around the globe critically rethinking the long-term consequences of the "non-profit" organizational model. Urgent and visionary, this book is an unbeholden exposé of the “non-profit industrial complex” and its quietly devastating role in managing dissent. 257 pages $18.00

Revolutionary Activism
Revolutionary Activism: The Spanish Resistance in Context, Octavio Alberola texts and interviews Alvaro Millan and Juan Zambrana. This is glimpse at anarchist armed opposition to Francoism after the defeat of the Spanish Revolution. How many know that the anarchists never stopped fighting Franco and tried - unsuccessfully, unfortunately - to assassinate him several times, and carried on a guerrilla war till the very end of the fascist regime? Here the libertarian activist described as 'Franco's public enemy number one' recounts some of the context of the new wave of opposition to the Franco regime in the 1960s, and its international significance.  19 pages $2.50

Revolutionary Women Stencils
Revolutionary Women Stencils, by Tui. Stencil-drawings and short biographies of twelve revolutionary women. From Harriet Tubman and Louise Michel to Leila Khaled and Emma Goldman - and also women like Lucia Sanchez Saornil and Eva Rickard who North American comrades may be less familiar with.... 25 pages $2.50

The Road Ahead: applying the science of dialectical and historical materialism to the prison construct as it exists within California prison system today. A California prisoner analyzes the continuing deterioration in prison conditions and the possibilities of resistance, using the tools of dialectical materialism in the spirit of Mao. (Though for you anarchists who are wincing,i should point out that this aspect of Maoism has nothing inherently unanarchistic about it.) With an introduction by Ed Mead. 26 pages $2.00

Robert and Mabel Williams Resource Guide
Robert and Mabel Williams Resource Guide, by the Freedom Archives. This book contains the complete transcript of the audio CD Self-Respect, Self Defense and Self-Determination (see below), as well as the complete text of the pamphlet People with Strength, by legendary radical journalist Truman Nelson, and historicalal photos from the Black liberation struggle in the 1950s and 1960s. 84 pages $10.00

S11: Truth and Consequences; radical perspectives on September 11 - pieces by William Blum, Ahmed Rashid and Norm Dixon explore the history of U.S. imperialism in Afghanistan and how it helped create Osama Bin Laden and his Al Queda network and pave the way for the Taliban to take power. A smaller section explores the post-S11 fallout within North America, domestic repression and national unity. Published by Solidarity-Arm the Spirit. To see more, click on the icon to your right! $3.50 This is a READ MORE icon!
Sabate; Guerilla Warfare, by Antonio Tellez. A new edition of the incredible story of the life, the actions, and the death of an anarchist guerilla. Sabate was the most famous of the anarchists who never stopped - after the defeat of the Spanish Revolution - fighting Franco. Until his death, in action, in 1960, he and a few brave comrades physically carried the fight against fascism into Spain. $10.00

SCUM Manifesto
SCUM Manifesto, by Valerie Solanas. Wonderful call for the overthrow of the government, elimination of the money system, and the destruction of the male sex. A truly awesome polemic from the woman who shot Andy Warhol. An essential text. Includes a biography of the author by Freddie Baer. (BTW "SCUM" stands for Society for Cutting Up Men) 58 pages $6.00

Seize the Airwaves
Seizing the Airwaves, a Free Radio Handbook, by Ron Sakolsky and Stephen Dunifer. The first book to document and emphasize the myriad voices of the free radio movement, from Black Liberation Radio in Springfield, Illinois, to Free Radio Berkeley in Berkeley, California. The first section, "Media Monopoly And The Rise Of The Free Radio Movement" includes contributions from Robert McChesney on the political economy of radio in North America and a history and analysis of the burgeoning pirate radio movement. The second section, "On The Air," includes interviews with and commentary by some of the key grassroots participants in micropower broadcasting worldwide--from Canada, Holland, Haiti and Mexico, as well as America. The final section of the book consists of a comprehensive technical guide and how-to manual for going on the air, complete with schematics and "sound" advice. $12.95

Self-Respect, Self-Defense and Self-Determination. Robert Williams organized African-American armed self-defense in the South. President of the NAACP in Monroe, North Carolina, he led the Black community in preventing Klan attacks and opposing the racism of governmental agencies. He was falsely accused of kidnapping charges by the FBI and was forced into exile. Williams lived in Cuba and China from 1961-1969. From Cuba he broadcast Radio Free Dixie, which aired the message of Black Liberation to the Southern US. He built strong relationships with world leaders like Fidel Castro, Che Guevara and Mao Tse Tung, and organized international support for the human rights struggles of African-Americans. This audio documentary chronicles Williams' life through his interviews, and speeches and is narrated by his widow, Mabel Williams.
Please note that this audio CD is not the same as the video Self-Respect, Self-efense and Self-Determination, which confusingly enough also features Mabel Williams and is also produced by Freedom Archives and distributed by yours truly - for more informatino on the video please go to the Kersplebedeb Video Page.
Also, please note that the transcript of this audio CD is also available alongside other materials in the Robert and Mabel Williams Resource Guide.

September Commando
September Commando, by John Yates.  Featuring over 100 of Yates' designs, September Commando is a visual assault on all things bad. From our benevolent leaders on Capitol(ist) Hill to Twenty First Century Cops, from his "own" apathy-embracing (de)Generation X to the selling of Corporate American ignorance (and purchase thereof) to the (pocket) enlightened m(asses). September Commando picks up where Stealworks left off and from there on out it's a trilateral social injustice kill spree. To the barricades, and don't spare the hors d'oeuvre! AK Press.   $10.00

Settlers: mythology of the white proletariat Settlers: Mythology of theWhite Proletariat , by J. Sakai. The authoritative attack on the idea that the American working class is primarily white, with Black, Asian and Indian labour being little more than special interest groups. This book presents US history from a working class, revolutionary and non-white perspective. To see more, click on the icon to your right! $16.00 CLICK HERE TO READ MORE

Sex-Pol by Wilhelm Reich
Sex-Pol: Three Early Essays, by Wilhelm Reich. Three essays ("What is Class Consciousness?", "Reforming the Labour Movement" and "Let the Gabblers Gabble!") written between 1929 and 1934 which provide probably the simplest and clearest exposition of Reich's ideas about mass psychology, and his vision of a movement which could speak to workers in their own language and defeat the irrational pull of Nazism. 108 pages. $9.00

Six Nations at the Crossroads: Douglas Creek Reclamation,a Pictorial History, Turtle Island News Anniversary Edition - February 28, 2006 - February 28, 2007. A full-colour special edition of this indigenous magazine, full of photos from the succesful defense of the indigenous Reclamation against a violent early-morning raid by Ontario Provincial Police. Please note that despite the high price, this is a thin magazine, not a book – while certainly a collector’s item, it is by no means a documentary history of the Reclamation. 36 pages – Turtle Island News $18.00

Slingshot - 32 postcards by Eric Drooker
Slingsot - 32 Postcards by Eric Drooker. Radical artwork by graphic artist Eric Drooker, touching no themes of oppression and love, misery and resistance. Quite beautiful. 32 postcards - $15.00

Slingshot Organizer 2009. A handy pocket calendar/agenda with space to write your engagements, addresses, and notes. With radical events for every day of the year, a contact list of groups around the globe, menstrual calendar, info on police repression, extra note pages, plus much more, all laid out in that funky Slingshot style you've come to know and love. Available in pocket size ($6.00) or larger spiral bound ($9.00). $6.00 or $9.00

So Long Been Dreaming; Postcolonial Science Fiction & Fantasy, edited by Nalo Hopkinson and Uppinder Mehan. Imagined futures from the perspectives of nineteen writers associated with what might loosely be termed the “Third World,” with stories that are bold, imaginative, edgy, stories that are centred in the worlds of the “developing” nations, stories that dare to dream what we might develop into. Ranging from the dystopian to the poetic to the hopeful, it does was science fiction is supposed to do, stretching the mind in ways you may not have considered before. Arsenal Pulp Press (ISBN 9781551521589) 270 pages $24.95
Social Anarchism and Lifestyle Anarchism
Social Anarchism vs. Lifestyle Anarchism, the Unbridgeable Chasm, by Murray Bookchin. In an era of privatism, kicks, introversion, and post-modernist nihilism, Murray Bookchin forcefully examines the growing nihilistic trends that threaten to undermine the revolutionary tradition of anarchism and co-opt its fragments into a harmless personalistic, yuppie ideology of social accommodation that presents no threat to the existing powers that be. Includes the essay, "The Left That Was." AK Press. $9.95

Soy not Oi
Soy not Oi! An authorized reprint of the classic vegan cookbook. Over 100 recipes designed to destroy the government, complete with musical notes to accompany the chef. A sure-fire winner for every revolutionary palate. $5.00

The Spirit of Freedom
The Spirit of Freedom - The War in Ireland . A reprint of this Attack International classic - a revolutionary anarchist analysis of the struggle against British colonial rule in Ireland. Not as pretty as the original (no nice green cover, for those who remember it), but it has the advantage of being in print! 71 pages saddle stitched. $4.00

The Story of a Proletarian Life
The Story of a Proletarian Life, by Bartolomeo Vanzetti. The name of Vanzetti, like that of his comrade Sacco, resonates — it marks the biting point where revolutionary activism and state repression come to blows. For Sacco and Vanzetti were two Italian anarchist immigrants who were convicted of murdering a factory paymaster with the flimsiest of evidencel; they received the death penalty and were killed in 1927 basically just for being anarchists.  This pamphlet, written in prison, throws a little light on the life of a man who was much more than a poor fish peddler, fighting for liberty and destined for the fame of a martyr. 16 pages $3.00

Stranger to the System: life portraits of a New York City homeless community, collected and edited by Jim Flynn and Nelson Hall.A collection of autobiographical writings by people living on the streets on New York City. Signed by Jim Flynn, who collected these stories. 305 pages - Curbside Press $8.50

Strike One to Educate One Hundred
“Strike One to Educate One Hundred” - the rise of the Red Brigades in Italy in the 1960s 1970s, by Chris Aronson Beck, Reggie Emiliana, Lee Morris and Ollie Patterson. Long-rumoured to be out of print, this book is a sympathetic appraisal of the marxist-leninist Red Brigades. The main criticism that can be made of this impressive 200 page photocopied book is that the authors do not deal with the more convoluted and depressing part of the Brigades’ history after the kidnapping and killing of Italian Prime Minister Aldo Moro in 1978. Nevertheless, a very good read which could serve as an example as to how this kind of subject matter can be dealt with. $21.00

The Subversion of Politics: European Autonomous Social Movements and the Decolonization of Everyday Life, by Georgy Katsiaficas. A welcome examination of the European autonomist left, especially in its strongest centers in (West) Germany and Italy. Emerging after the failed revolts of 1968, autonomism developed a radical and often illegal practice which drew heavily on certain Marxist traditions while thoroughly rejecting the reformism of the official “communist” parties and sects. A movement (or movements) from which we can all draw inspiration – and learn lessons! 299 pages - AK Press $17.95 US
Suits Me: the double life of Billy Tipton
Suits Me: The Double Life of Billy Tipton , by Diane Wood Middlebrook. In the days before "transgender" was a word, Billy Tipton defied the odds and lived life as a man, marrying five times and fathering several children, despite the fact that he had been born female. This book is valuable as one of the few biographical sources about Tipton, but should be taken with a grain of salt as the author implausibly, and somewhat insultingly, insists that Tipton would not have identified as a man, but as a woman disguing herself in order to be able to make it in a man's world. Nevertheless, i carry this title as its one of the few sources of information about this man, who many consider a FTM pioneer.
Softcover, 326 pages, Remaindered
Retail Price: $14.00
Kersplebedeb Price: $6.00

Take Back Your Life
Take Back Your Life: A Wimmin's Guide to Alternative Health Care, by Alicia Non Grata. Originally published by the Profane Existence anarcho-punk collective, this is an excellent practical DIY Guide - from healing common infections of the vagina and bladder to menstruation, birth control and an understanding of AIDS. 12 pages saddle stitched letter sized pages. $1.50

Tales from the Clit
Tales from the Clit, edited by Cherie Matrix. From intimate sexual experiences and physical perception through to the academic arena, this ground-breaking volume documents women's POSITIVE thoughts, uses, and desires for, with, and about pornography. Essays include such diverse topics as how the authors discovered porn, what it means to a blind and deaf woman, running a sex magazine, starting a sex shop, and what the contributors would actually LIKE to see. Contributors include: Deborah Ryder, Jan Grossman, Sue Raye, Linzi Drew, Annie Sprinkle, Tuppy Owens, Lucy Williams, Nettie Pollard, Avedon Carol, Scarlet Harlot and Caroline Bottomley. The volume was compiled by Feminists Against Censorship. 144 pages $13.95

Televisionaries: the Red Army Faction Story 1963-1993, by Tom Vague. An irreverent chronological history and analysis of the Red Army Faction. AK Press.  $10.95

The Theory and Practice of Armed Struggle in the Northwest, by Ed Mead. Examining the history, growing pains, and context of the George Jackson Brigade, a group of anarchists and marxist-leninists who between 1975 and 1977 carried out a series of bank robberies,and bombings in the Seattle area, and also succesfully broke a comrade out of prison. Subjects examined include the political environment during the 1970s, the rationale of those engaged in armed actions against the State and a critique of the tamed left. Ed Mead was a member of the GJB who served a total of eighteen years in prison as a consequence of his activities. This text was written while he was incarcerated; it is published here for the first time. 45 pages $3.00

Richard Williams... They Never Crushed his Spirit
They Never Crushed His Spirit... A Tribute to Richard Williams, with an introduction by Lynne Stewart, and contributions by Netdahe Williams Stoddard, Jaan Laaman, Tom Manning, Ray Luc Levasseur, Jamila Levi, Pat Levasseur, Kazi Toure, Mumia Abu-Jamal, Marilyn Buck, Nehanda Abiodun, Sundiata Acoli, Mutulu Shakur, Russell "Maroon" Shoats, Carlos Alberto Torres, Oscar López Rivera, Laura Whitehorn, Susan Rosenberg, Adolfo Matos Antongiorgi, and many other friends, family and comrades.
Richard Williams was a lifelong anti-imperialist and socialist, one of the Ohio 7 convicted in 1984 of having carried out armed actions against racism and imperialism as a member of the United Freedom Front. After over twenty years of captivity and medical neglect, Richard passed away on December 7th 2005, at the age of 58. 143 pages. $8.50

They Will Never Get Us All! by Harold H. Thompson. Short essays and poems by this anarchist, who has spent twenty years behind bars in Tennessee. As an outspoken anarchist and jailhouse lawyer, Thompson has had to deal with violence from nazis and prison guards. While this pamphlet was originally published in 1996 by the Anarchist Black Cross, this greatly expanded and updated edition was published in 2005. Friends of Harold H. Thompson. $3.00

Three Essays by Action Directe Prisoners - "Short Collective Biography of Action Directe Prisoners", "Political Prisoners and the Question of Revolutionary Violence" and "Resistance is a Duty!", explaining the history and giving some insight into the politics of this armed revolutionary organization. $3.00  
Three Into One
Three Into One: The Tripple Oppression of Racism, Sexism, and Class, by Klaus Viehmann. Paper Street Publishers (POB 14541, Richmond, VA 23221) have done the English-speaking left a great service by publishing this pamphlet - an exceptionally important document from the German revolutionary left. Written by Klaus Viehmann in 1990 - when he was a political prisoner incarcerated as a result of his involvement in the anti-imperialist Revolutionary Cells - this essay serves as a revolutionary introduction to what in North America is now often termed anti-oppression theory. Includes addenda written in 1991 and 1993.
36 pages $4.75

Torture, American Style, by Historians Against the War. Edited by Margaret Power and including articles by H. Bruce Franklin, Richard Grossman, Don Luce, Jane Franklin, Marjorie Cohn and John Cox. This pamphlet looks at Guanatano prison, Abu Ghraib, torture in U.S. prisons and a look at how U.S. forces used torture in Latin America and Vietnam. An important, accessible, collection of documents. 22 pages $1.25

Trial Statements of Ray Luc Levasseur
The Trial Statements of Ray Luc Levasseur .  Ray Levasseur is a Vietnam veteran, a former organizer for Vietnam Veterans Against The War, and revolutionary. He has been a political prisoner since 1984, accused of membership in the Sam Melville/Jonathan Jackson Unit and United Freedom Front, two revolutionary anti-imperialist organizations that carried out armed attacks in the 1970s and 80s in solidarity with national liberation struggles in the U.S. and internationally against apartheid in South Africa, U.S. intervention in Central America and in support of Puerto Rican independence. These three trial statements spell out his beliefs and what led him to oppose the empire into which he was born. An additional essay described life in Atlanta Federal Prison and the effect of support efforts on his behalf. This title replaces Until All Are Free , a pamphlet published ten years ago that included one of his trial statements. 57 pages. $3.75

Trotskyism and Maoism, Theory and Practice in France and the United States, by A. Belden Fields. A history of the main two (mutually hostile) strains of twentieth century Marxist thought. Definite weaknesses, and the book was written back in 1988, but still a relatively light introduction and interesting history of the ideas and groups in both France and the United States. 368 pages $12.00

Under the Yoke of the State
Under the Yoke of the State: Selectred Anarchist Respones to Prisons and Crime, Vol. I 1886-1929. This pamphlet offers personal reflections from anarchists about time spent behind bars and critiques of the prison system from the Haymarket frame-up to the Sacco-Vanzetti trial. It gives direct testimony on the treatment of prisoners in numerous penitentiaries, World War One internment camps,and Bolshevik jails. It also presents many viewpoints on how capitalism's exploitation is society's greatest crime, and how anti-social acts would be treated in a truly free and just world. This collection includes complete essays by Peter Kropotkin, Emma Goldman, and Alexander Berkman, plus material from anarchist fighters Ricardo Flores Magon, Errico Malatesta, Louise Michel, Albert Parsons, Rudolf Rocker, Mollie Steimer, and others.  58 pages $3.00

Upping the Anti #1
Upping the Anti #1 (2004) Interviews with Ward Churchill (on “Anarchism, Indigenism and the State”), Grace Lee Boggs (on “Revolution as a New Beginning” part one) and roundtable discussions about anti-globalization and autonomous Marxism.  124 pages  $10.00
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Upping the Anti #2
Upping the Anti #2  (December 2005). Roundtable discussion on Palestine Solidarity organizing, anti-war activism, and solidarity with immigrant struggles in Canada. Articles by Tom Keefer (“Marxism, Anarchism and Socialism from Below”) and Taiaiake Alfred & Lana Lowe (“Indigenous Warrior Societies”), interviews with Himani Bannerji, Grace Lee Boggs and NEFAC’s Nicholas Phebus.  188 pages  $10.00
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Upping the Anti #3
Upping the Anti #3 (November 2006) The most recent issue of this radical journal from Canada includes interviews with Aijaz Ahmad (“The Anti-Imperialism of our Times”) and William Robinson (“Latin America vs. Global Capitalism”), articles by AK Thompson (“Making Friends With Failure” - thoughts about Richard Day’s book Gramsci Is Dead), Isabel MacDonald (“Haiti: Adventures in Colonialism”), RJ Maccani (“The Zapatistas: Enter the Intergalactic”) and Jen Plyler (“How To Keep On Keeping On” about sustainable habits for long-term community activism). Also, a fascinating roundtable discussion about the struggle at Six Nations and the possibilities and limitations of non-indigenous solidarity. Book reviews of Sociology for Changing the World (Caelie Frampton et al.), Outlaws of America (Dan Berger) and Autobiography of a Blue-Eyed Devil: My life and times in a racist, imperialist society (Inga Muscio).  184 pages  $10.00
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Upping the Anti #4 (May 2007 – 178 pages) Includes interviews with queer anarchist Robin Isaacs (“Living My Life”), John Holloway (“Against and Beyond the State”) and Dan Irving (“Trans Politics and Anti-Capitalism”). Richard Day (author of Gramsci Is Dead) responds to his critics, and there are articles by Carmelle Wolfson and Lesley Wood (“Dispatches from the World Social Forum”) and Tom Keefer (“Six Nations and the Politics of Solidarity”). This issue’s roundtables are about Prison Abolition (with Peter Collins, Emily Aspinwall, Filis Iverson, Sonia Marino, Julia Sudbury, Kim Pate and Patricia Monture) and Vancouver Housing Struggles (with Kat Norris, Jill Chettiar, Anna Hunter and Cecily Nicholson). Book reviews of The New Abolitionists (Angela Davis, Julia Sudbury and Karlene Faith), Homegrown: Engaged Cultural Criticism (bell hooks and Amelia Mesa-Bains) and Taking Responsibility, Taking Direction: White Anti-Racism in Canada (Sheila Wilmot).      179 pages $10.00
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Upping the Anti #5 (October 2007 - 204 pages) An ambitious editorial about Social Democracy and Anti-Capitalist Renewal in English Canada, interviews with Sunera Thobani ("The Fight for Feminism"), Gord Hill ("The Tradition of Resistance") and Michael Hardt ("From the Perspective of Resistance"), as well as articles about tar sands oil production ni Western Canada, the Canadian Federation of Students, the Three Way Fight debate (Islam, Fascism and the Left) and an excellent roubtable on political prisoners and prisoners of war, including interviews with Ashanti Alston, Robert Seth Hayes, Susan Tipograph and Sara Falconer. 204 pages $10.00
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Upping the Anti #6 (May 2008 - 204 pages) Includes interviews with Mutulu Olugbala (M1 from Dead Prez), Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz and George Katsiaficas, as well as two roundtable discussions with activists from across Canada - one about Organizing Against the G8 and the other about Anti-Poverty Organizing in Halifax. Articles by Joshua Kahn Russell & Brian Kelly (“Giving Form to a Stampede: The First Two Years of the New SDS”), Eric Newstadt (“Accounting for the Student Movement”) with a response from Caelie Frampton, as well as a look at political repression by Jeff Monagham & Kevin Walby (“The Green Scare is Everywhere”). 204 pages  $10.00

Upping the Anti #7 (October 2008 - 216 pages) Interviews with Clayton Thomas-Müller ("Just Environmentalism?"), Kara Gillies ("Sex Work and the State") and Chris Harris ("Building to Building, Hood to Hood"). Also includes articles on  Labour Zionism, the struggle at Six Nations, and the BDS (Boycott/Divestment/Sanctions) movement against Israeli colonialism, plus a roundtable discussion about migrant labour struggles. 216 pages $10.00

The Urban Guerilla Concept
The Urban Guerilla Concept, by the Red Army Faction (1971). With an introduction by Anthony Murphy (2004). The first major ideological text from West Germany's most famous urban guerillas. This document merits attention from anyone who wants to understand the motivation and ideology behind the beginning of a long and violent confrontation between the Red army Faction and the German state. Apart from setting out the justification for armed struggle this text touches on: the strength of the capitalist system in West Germany; the weaknesses of the revolutionary Left; the significance of the German student movement; the meaning and importance of internationalism; the necessity for taking a revolutionary initiative; the importance of class analysis and political praxis; the failure of parliamentary democracy and how this had the inevitable consequence of political violence; the factionalism of the German Left; and the organization and logistics of setting up an illegal armed struggle.
37 pages saddle-stitched $3.00

The Vancouver Five: armed struggle in Canada
The Vancouver 5, armed struggle in Canada , by Jim Campbell. In 1981 and 1982 several bombings (against a hydro sub-station, an arms manufacturer and three pornographic video stores) were carried out in Canada under the banner of Direct Action and the Wimmin’s Fire Brigade. When five members of the Vancouver anarchist scene were arrested for these attacks they became known as the Vancouver Five – this is an account of the politics and practice, successes and errors of the Five and their supporters. 20 pages $2.50  Read More!
The Vinyl Project
The Vinyl Project. OK, its definitely not "literature", but this 12" vinyl sampler from the Freedom Archives ain't music either. Featuring spoken word voices and soundbites from Howard Zinn, Angela Davis, Assata Shakur, David Gilbert, Arundhati Roy, Noam Chomsky, Emma Goldman, Christian Parenti, Earth Liberation Front, Judi Bari, Geronimo Pratt, Alexander Cockburn, Ward Churchill, Weather Underground, Cherrie Moraga, Malcolm X, Raul Garcia, Ramsey Muniz, Martin Luther King, and many many more! $15.00

The Voltairine de Cleyre Reader, edited by A.J. Brigati. Writings by an early twentieth centuy anarchist who was born into poverty and plagued by it her entire life, educated by nuns in a convent school, chronically ill, the survivor of a nearly successful assassination attempt, and dead at a tragically early age... in the words of Emma Goldman “by sheer force of will [she] pulled herself out of a living grave... turned her face to the sun, perceived a great ideal and determinedly carried it to every corner of her native land.” 251 pages $16.95

The Walsall Anarchists
The Walsall Anarchists, by David Nicoll. His testimony of the Walsall Bomb Plot, and its excuse to frame this prolific and persistent Victorian pamphleteer. Part of the rich tapestry of anarchism in the working class struggle in England. Kate Sharpley Library $2.50

Weapons of Mass Deception
Weapons of Mass Deception, by Sheldon Rampton & John Stauber. Media criticism showing, in an accessible way, how lies, distortions and untruths were all packaged as truth and used to justify the invasion of Iraq.
Softcover, 248 pages, Remaindered
Retail Price: $11.95
Kersplebedeb Price: $5.00

We The Anarchists!: A Study Of The Iberian Anarchist Federation (FAI) 1927–1937, by Stuart Christie. Since the official birth of organized anarchism at the Saint-Imier Congress of 1872, no anarchist organization has been held up to greater opprobrium or subjected to such gross misinterpretation than the Federacíon Anarquista Ibérica. Better known by its initials, the FAI was a group of twentieth-century militants dedicated to keeping Spain's largest labor union, the CNT, on a revolutionary, anarcho-syndicalist path.
There are two dimensions to Stuart Christie's indispensable We, the Anarchists! The first is descriptive and historical: it outlines the evolution of the organized anarchist movement in Spain and its relationship with the wider labor movement and, at the same time, providing some insight into the main ideas that made the Spanish labor movement one of the most revolutionary of modern times. The second is analytical, as the book addresses—from an anarchist perspective—the problem of understanding and coping with change in the contemporary world; how can ideals survive the process of institutionalization? AK Press 235 pages - $17.95

We Want Freedom  A Life in the Black Panther Party, by Mumia Abu-Jamal, introduction by Kathleen Cleaver. As a young Black Panther, Mumia Abu-Jamal helped found the Philadelphia branch, wrote for the newspaper, and began his life-long fight for freedom. Here he combines his memories of day-to-day life in the Party with analysis of the history of Black liberation struggles. The result is a vivid and compelling picture of the Black Panther Party. 292 pages - $18.00

What is Anarchism?
What is Anarchism? by Alexander Berkman. A reprint of perhaps the first and best exposition of Anarchism by one of its greatest propagandists (by both word and deed) and thinkers. In a clear conversation with the reader Berkman discusses society as it now exists, the need for Anarchism and the methods for bringing it about. 236 pages – AK Press $13.95

When Race Burns Class: Settlers Revisited, an interview with J. Sakai regarding his book Settlers (also available from Kersplebedeb), and a review of the book by fallen New Afrikan anarchist and Black Liberation Army member Kuwasi Balagoon. All of the contents of this pamphlet are available on the Kersplebedeb site - you can view them if you click on the icon to your right! $3.00 CLICK HERE TO READ MORE

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Wild Poppies
Wild Poppies, a poetry jam across prison walls. This poetry CD was created across razor wire, prison bars and censored phone lines. It is a gathering of 27 poets/activists celebrating the work of Marilyn Buck, who has spent more than 20 years in US prisons for her anti-imperialist politics and actions. Marilyn recites from behind prison walls. Sonia Sanchez, Dennis Brutus, Genny Lim, devorah major, Carlos Quiles, Jean Stewart, Akwasi Evans, Uchechi Kalu, Mitsuye Amada and Chrystos read Marilyn's poetry and their own, mixed with music. Tributes from Amiri Baraka and Kwame Ture. 46 tracks. 70 minutes. Pure poetry in motion. $12.00

Wobblies and Zapatistas: Conversations on Anarchism, Marxism and Radical History, by Staughton Lynd and Andrej Grubacic. Wobblies and Zapatistas offers the reader an encounter between two generations and two traditions. Andrej Grubacic is an anarchist from the Balkans. Staughton Lynd is a lifelong pacifist, influenced by Marxism. They meet in dialogue in an effort to bring together the anarchist and Marxist traditions, to discuss the writing of history by those who make it, and to remind us of the idea that "my country is the world." Encompassing a Left libertarian perspective and an emphatically activist standpoint, these conversations are meant to be read in the clubs and affinity groups of the new Movement. The authors accompany us on a journey through modern revolutions, direct actions, anti-globalist counter summits, Freedom Schools, Zapatista cooperatives, Haymarket and Petrograd, Hanoi and Belgrade,  'intentional' communities, wildcat strikes, early Protestant communities, Native American democratic practices, the Workers' Solidarity Club of Youngstown, occupied factories, self-organized councils and soviets, the lives of forgotten revolutionaries, Quaker meetings, antiwar movements, and prison rebellions. Neglected and forgotten moments of interracial self-activity are brought to light. The book invites the attention of readers who believe that a better world, on the other side of capitalism and state bureaucracy, may indeed be possible. 300 pages $20.00

Women in the Zapatistas
Women in the Zapatistas; a short compilation of texts relating to the experiences of women in the EZLN. 24 pages $3.75

Women, Development and Labor of Reproduction: Struggles and Movements, edited by Mariarosa Dalla Costa & Giovanni F. Dalla Costa. An international, feminist anti-capitalist look at reproductive politics. Contributors include Silvia Federici and George Caffentzis. Remaindered - 197 pages $7.50

Working Women and Their Organizations
Working Women and their Organizations , by Joyce Maupin. A reprint of this 1974 publication by the Union Women's Alliance to Gain Equality, an organization of union and non-union women organized to fight sex discrimination on the job, in unions, and in society. A history of women in the U.S. trade union movement. 33 pages saddle stitched   $3.00

The World Split Open
The World Split Open, by Ruth Rosen. The dustjacket says: “Weaving together ten years of archival research and interviews, Rosen turns the complicated history of the women’s movement into a compelling and coherent narrative. Written with vigor and grace, she has created the balanced, meticulously documented, and evocative history that we expect from a distinguished scholar and activist. With uncompromising integrity, The World Split Open challenges us to understand how the women’s movement has forever altered our lives and why the revolution is far from over. This is extraordinary achievment and long awaited history will attract men and women, entice educators and students, beguile movement veterans, and captivate those who came of age in the wake of this revolution.” With nice pictures!
Softcover 480 pages, Remaindered
Retail Price: $15.00
Kersplebedeb Price: $7.50

Ya Basta: Ten Years of the Zapatista Uprising - Writings of Subcomandante Insurgente Marcos. Includes forewords by Noam Chomsky and Noami Klein; edited and with a contribution by Ziga Vodovnik. In the interests of revolutionary completism, his mammoth volume includes all of the major and minor texts, declarations and statements by Subcomandante Marcos, spokesperson of the Zapatistas, as of late 2003. Also includes loads of photos, and the five Declarations from the Lacondon Jungle. 685 pages $26.95

Zapatistas in Their Own Words, An interview with EZLN spokesperson Marcos and a couple of manifestos. $2.50  

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Magazines and Newspapers

Books and pamphlets fare much better than magazines or newspapers on my site. The following are periodicals that for one reason or another i distribute, even though they may be dates. For some it is for historical reasons, for some it is because the subject matter they cover is still of interest, and in my opinion their analysis remains relevant.

Anti-Fascism in Canada (Anti-Fascist Forum #1 - 1997); A look at the neo-Nazi street scene in Canada, the relationship between the extreme right and the Canadian State, and a look at Toronto Ant-Racist Action in its early days. $3.00
Anti-Fascist Forum #2 (1997); Fascist networks and the Oklahoma City bombing, a critical view of the World Anti-Fascist League and the Anti-Fascist Militia. $2.00
Anti-Fascist Forum #3 (1998);Paramilitary violence and the State, Fascism in Canada: The Early Years , and The Past is Our Master? , a look at the history of fascist movements in the Canadian province of Quebec. $3.00
Anti-Fascist Forum #4 (1999); Dossier on anti-abortion movement includes articles on "pro-life" violence in the US and Canada, Human Life International and the Catholic Right, pro-choice activism in Ireland and the US. Also includes pieces on the anti-fascism movement in Canada, Germany, England and Colombia. $3.00
The A Word
The A Word, November/December 2003 (#6), a zine from Seattle, with a mix of stuff from different anarchist perspectives. Contents include "Lenin's Tomb", "How to burn Out and fuck Everything Up", "The Education Trap", Butch Lee's "Would You Shoplift 'Days of War'?", and Interview with Derrick Jensen and "Ganster-izing the Movement". 22 pages $2.00


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