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! Each issue...
the nanopolitics group$26.00
How to think politics with and through the body? The invention of new modes of sensibility is vital to enriching and sustaining political engagements, labours and lives in the situated contexts...
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...
Art & Activism in Times of Crisis (Data Browser 05)$19.95
Disrupting Business explores some of the interconnections between art, activism and the business concept of disruptive innovation. With a backdrop of the crisis in financial capitalism and...
"Every map has its Night Sky because the Map is not the Territory — & yet it is.... Ordinary maps project ideological inscriptions onto the body of landscape — but a magical map would...
Anarchists and Anticolonial Imagination$19.95
The exchange of ideas makes history as surely as the exchange of gunfire. The Age of Globalization (
Place-Hacking the City$29.95
It is assumed that every inch of the world has been explored and charted; that there is nowhere new to go. But perhaps it is the everyday places around us—the cities we live...
Why Sports Matter$12.95
Former sportwriter and radical author Matt Hern interrogates the contemporary fascination with sports, arguing that the well-meaning progressive dismissal of sports as a legitimate place of...
Politics and Flesh$15.95
Thomas Glave has been admired for his unique style and exploration of taboo, politically volatile topics. The award-winning author's new collection, Among the Bloodpeople, contains all...
From the back cover: "I have been writing literary essays for nearly fifty years now. Since most of them appeared in modestly circulated periodicals, it becomes necessary for me to collect the most...