Irish Songs Of Resistance$20.98
Fourteen Irish rebel songs, recorded in the late 70s. It has to be said, pretty rockin' and reelin'. Though they were The Men of No Property, they contained at least one woman!
Communication Politics In Dubious Times$17.95
In this stellar myth-breaking book, McChesney argues that the major beneficiaries of the so-called Information Age are wealthy investors, advertisers, and a handful of enormous media, computer, and...
The Story Of The Civil Rights Movement Through Its Songs$16.98
Hymns, speeches, spirituals, gospel songs, and prayers....a moving civl rights collection drawn from 1960s field recordings in Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, and Tennessee. The compilation captures...
The first book of poems from radical labor organizer, college professor, and punk rocker Marc Bayard. You may remember him from writing the intro to Philosophy of Punk, organizing your...
No Masters! No Gods! Dare To Dream is a wake-up call to those in power from those below, and a reminder for everyone else: it's time to reinvent rebellion—now. It's a collection of urban...
A Collection Of Contemporary Political Poems$5.95
Throughout the last year and a half of his life, Ginsberg phoned many of his poet friends to ask if they had any social verses opposing America's right-wing drift or otherwise speaking their...
A huge collection - over 300 poems and 500 pages. "The first declaration of a black, lesbian feminist identity took place in these poems, and set the terms - beautifully, forcefully - for...
Anarchist Rants And Poems$9.95
As front man/bigmouth for Montreal's acclaimed anarcho "rebel news orchestra", RHYTHM ACTIVISM, Nawrocki's powerful spoken word pieces are known worldwide through the band's 30 releases and...
Adventures In Lesbian Reading$13.95
Currently in its 4th printing, this LAMBDA-award winning anthology crosses all boundaries of taste and style, to bring together stories by writers as diverse as Sapphire, Joan Larkin, Linda...
A greatest hits celebrating 40 years of the seminal anthology. Ginsberg, Marie Ponsot, Pasolini, Corso, Denise Levertov, Robert Duncan, Kerouac, Prevert, di Prima, Anne Waldman, Ernesto Cardenal,...