José Peirats and the Spanish Anarcho-Syndicalist Movement$20.00 $15.00
Both a study of one man, José Peirats, and a collective biography of the working class into which he was born. Peirats’s story illuminates the human foundations and development of Spanish...
In her first full-length graphic memoir, Julia Wertz (creator of the cult-hit comic The Fart Party) documents the year she left San Francisco for the unfamiliar streets of New York....
A Queer Femme of Color Dreaming Her Way Home$18.95
In 1996, poet Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha ran away from America with two backpacks and ended up in Canada, where she discovered queer anarchopunk love and...
The Autobiography of Ed Mead$20.00
More than a memoir, Lumpen: The Autobiography of Ed Mead takes the reader on a tour of America’s underbelly. From Iowa to Compton to Venice Beach to Fairbanks, Alaska,...
Counter-Culture and Anarchism in Vancouver$22.95
What was it like running wild in the streets with the Yippies? Or invading the USA at Blaine, Washington? Imagine civil disobedience against The Bomb in the days when peace was a dirty word! How...
"A dramatic, evocative, thoughtful and very accessible account of one of the most important stories of the century—and one of the most ominous, unless citizens are aroused to action to rein in...
Frank Little is considered by some to be the greatest organizer produced by the U.S. labor movement, and yet precious little has been written about the famous IWW agitator. This book chronicles and...
The Anarchist Odyssey of Alexander Berkman and Emma Goldman$19.95
In 1889 two Russian immigrants, Emma Goldman and Alexander Berkman (perhaps you've heard of them?!), met in a coffee shop on the Lower East Side. Over the next fifty years Emma and Sasha would be...
Memories from the Widow of Johann Most$17.95
A unique account of turn-of-the-century anarchism and immigrant life in the United States. First English translation!
The Life and Writings of Leda Rafanelli$16.95
The life and words of an Italian anarchist, feminist, and firebrand. One of the most prolific propagandists in early-twentieth-century Italy.