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Keyword Up! (A Review of Keywords for Radicals)

Friday, August 31st, 2018

This review of Keywords for Radicals is an excerpt from a longer review recently published in the International Journal of Communication. The full review (by Jack Bratich of Rutgers University) also included another title—you can read the review in its entirety here. And you can find out more about Keywords for Radicals here. This splendidly sprawling tome arrives [...]

Review of Hegemony How-To by Gabriel Kuhn

Monday, June 5th, 2017

Gabriel Kuhn wrote a very thoughtful review of Jonathan Smucker’s Hegemony How-To. “Smucker opens his book with a reference to his friend Carmen Trotta who once asked him: ‘Do you ever think we came to the game too late?’ In Smucker’s words, Trotta meant to raise the question of whether ‘we had literally been born [...]

From Oblivion to Political Responsibility: An Anarchist Sister Reviews DEAR SISTER: Letters from Survivors of Sexual Violence

Wednesday, May 18th, 2016

Sara Rahnoma-Galindo from the Institute for Anarchist Studies has written an amazing review of  Dear Sister: Letters from Survivors of Sexual Violence by Lisa Factora-Borchers. It appears in the new issue of Perspectives on Anarchist Theory, an issue devoted to the topic of Anarcha-Feminisms and that is jammed with essays, manifestoes, reviews, personal reflections, and more. You [...]

“Grabbing Back: Essays Against the Global Land Grab” reviewed in Perspectives on Anarchist Theory

Wednesday, June 24th, 2015

Field Notes From an Archipelago: A Review of Grabbing Back: Essays Against the Global Land Grab (AK Press, 2014), edited by Alexander Reid Ross by Will Munger A land and water grab is happening in the canyons and plateaus where I live in rural Utah.  Several Canadian corporations backed by transnational investors are moving in [...]

Two new reviews of Accumulation of Freedom, by Gabriel Kuhn and David D’Amato

Friday, April 20th, 2012

The Accumulation of Freedom edited by Deric Shannon, Anthony J Nocella, II and John Asimakoupolos received two great reviews this week. The first from Gabriel Kuhn at Alpine Anarchist and the second by David D’Amato at Center for a Stateless Society. Alpine Anarchist Review by Gabriel Kuhn Anarchist discussions revolve around abolishing the state, capitalism, [...]

Review of “Arab Spring, Libyan Winter” by Ron Jacobs on CounterPunch

Friday, March 23rd, 2012

We just found out that Ron Jacobs reviewed Arab Spring, Libyan Winter for CounterPunch! It’s always exciting to see reviews of our books, and we’re especially fond of CounterPunch. Arab Spring, Libyan Winter by Vijay Prashad will be available in April 2012. Stay posted for upcoming author events! Rebellious Spring, Murderous Winter by Ron Jacobs [...]

Review of Anarchist FAQ by Effluvia Magazine

Thursday, March 22nd, 2012

We just found out about a recent review of Iain McKay’s An Anarchist FAQ by Effluvia Magazine. We are always so happy to see reviews of our books out there and hear how they are affecting readers. Thanks to everyone at Effluvia Magazine and we look forward to reading more reviews from all of you! [...]

“It’s not about convincing anyone, it’s about opening our eyes.” A new review of Revolt and Crisis in Greece

Thursday, September 22nd, 2011

A while back we put out a call for reviews from you, good people. We love to hear what you think about the titles that we love to labor over, and find out how they impact you. In turn, your reviews help spread the word about the things we publish because well, we think they’re [...]

Two new reviews of In the Crossfire: Adventures of a Vietnamese Revolutionary

Monday, September 19th, 2011

Ngo Van’s In the Crossfire: Adventures of a Vietnamese Revolutionary (edited by Ken Knabb) is a vital history of the decades of struggle in Vietnam leading up to the Vietnam War, shedding light on the movements caught at the intersection of opposition to the French colonial rule, and the Stalinist opposition that silenced almost all [...]

I Mix What I Like! A Mixtape Manifesto reviewed in HipHop DX

Thursday, September 15th, 2011

“In 14 short, impressively precise chapters, Ball elegantly analyzes the present status of African America, contextualized not only by the aged historical narratives of political economies but also by the vibrant, living fabric of 21st century Washington, D.C.”—Brian Sims for HipHop DX. See the original posting of the review on the HipHop DX website, and [...]

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