Charles Fourier enjoys the honor of being the first thinker to push Rousseau to the logical conclusion of a complete condemnation of Civilization. Food and sex are his answers to all problems. And...
Art & Squatting in the City from Below$27.00
The story of a journey through the world of recent political squatting in Europe, told by a veteran of the 1970s and ‘80s New York punk art scene.
Tell Homeland Security–We Are The Bomb$22.95
Provocative and prolific, Oakland's own Boots Riley has written lyrics as the frontman of underground favorites The Coup and Street Sweeper Social Club, and as a solo artist, for more than two...
Superb semiannual magazine featuring a mixture of excellent comics, graphics, and articles on a variety of social and political themes. Violent, politicized, and provocative, each issue is...
A preposterous and yet challenging invitation to participate in commodity adoration. Glorifying consumerism as the de facto religion of our time, the brainy, off-kilter narrator invites readers to...
A feminist parenting zine for all kinds of families! Everything from musings on pregnancy and parenting to identity, politics, and culture. Along with letters, poetry, reviews, and more!
On Technology, Stupidity, and the Secret Joys of Bureaucracy$26.95
Where does the desire for endless rules, regulations, and bureaucracy come from? How did we come to spend so much of our time filling out forms? And just how much are our lives being ruined by all...
On Culture and Surrealism in the Manipulated World$14.00
Philosopher and critic Ivan Sviták was among the leading Czech intellectuals during the lead-up to the “Prague Spring” of 1968, when tentative reforms by Communist Party...
Argot & the Dangerous Classes$15.95
A poet, translator, and co-editor (of the letters of her late husband, Situationist Guy Debord) who has written extensively on the etymology and history of European slang, Alice Becker-Ho examines...
Anarchist Resistance Culture, 1848–2011$22.95
An exhaustive study of the richly textured “resistance culture” anarchists create to sustain their ideals and identities amid everyday lives defined by capital and the state.