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La Jornada reviews Weaponizing Anthropology.

Wednesday, September 14th, 2011

La Jornada is one of the most widely circulated daily newspapers in Mexico City, so imagine my delight when I came across this fantastic (or so I imagined. My Spanish comprehension is deplorable) review of Weaponizing Anthropology: Social Science in Service of the Militarized State (La antropología al servicio del Estado militarizado) last week. The [...]

Yes, Publishers Weekly, we think Why Are Faggots So Afraid of Faggots? is great, too.

Tuesday, September 13th, 2011

We are very excited about Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore’s new edited collection Why Are Faggots So Afraid of Faggots?: Flaming Challenges to Masculinity, Objectification, and the Desire to Conform, (available February 2012), and apparently so is Publishers Weekly, because they’ve written a glowing review, far in advance of the title’s appearance. Why Are Faggots So Afraid [...]

Colonialism Is Back. In Fact, It Never Left.

Friday, September 9th, 2011

Jared Ball’s amazing mixtape manifesto, I Mix What I Like!, continues to garner accolades from scholars, musicians, reviewers, and etc. You can find all of the book’s recent press hits on Jared’s blog, updated daily at imixwhatilike.com. But one of the most exciting recent reviews the book has received is this one below, written by [...]

Seth Tobocman reviews AK Thompson’s Black Bloc, White Riot

Wednesday, July 20th, 2011

Hot on the tails of the long awaited Rabble.ca review and a mention in Pop Matters, comes another new review of AK Thompson’s Black Bloc, White Riot by author and political graphic artist Seth Tobocman. Get your own copy of the book at akpress.org, and hell, if you’re interested in reviewing it yourself we’d be [...]

Why Peace, Love, and Petrol Bombs is a good date …

Friday, July 15th, 2011

From the author of our latest fiction offering, a humble analysis of why you should — and shouldn’t — read the book. I wish I could get every author we work with to write a piece like this. DD Johnston is just amazing, and I’m super-psyched about how well Peace, Love, and Petrol Bombs is [...]

Understanding Class and Species: A response from Jason Hribal

Tuesday, July 5th, 2011

In the June 2011 issue of Reason Magazine (Free Minds and Free Markets!) Thaddeus Russell had a lot to say about Jason Hribal’s Fear of the Animal Planet. His article, Ventriloquists for the Powerless, starts off with a bang. “Jason Hribal’s Fear of the Animal Planet: The Hidden History of Animal Resistance will be ignored, [...]

Part 2 of Jared Ball interview on The OC Weekly!

Saturday, June 25th, 2011

Last week we posted the first section of an interview with Jared Ball, author of I Mix What I Like!: A Mixtape Manifesto on his take on emancipatory journalism, hip-hop, colonialism and black culture in America. We’re very excited to be able to bring you the second part of this great interview by Gabriel San [...]

Part 1 of interview with Jared Ball, author of I Mix What I Like!: A Mixtape Manifesto in The OC Weekly!

Tuesday, June 21st, 2011

Thanks to Gabriel San Roman for conducting this great interview! Take a look to see what the hip-hop mixtape has to do with colonialism, how the mixtape can be used as a journalistic tool, and even how the nickname The Funkinest Journalist came about. Check out the original posting of the article in the OC [...]

‘Peace, Love & Petrol Bombs’ Reviewed on PopMatters!

Friday, June 3rd, 2011

We are delighted to report that our upcoming novel (our second fiction book in recent years) has received a rave pre-publication review on PopMatters! Reviewer John L. Murphy says: “This young Scots burger-flipper turned street protester tells what happened a decade ago in a fast-food kitchen, a small town, and at the barricades of anti-capitalist [...]

AK Press Working Classics Series reviewed in PMR

Monday, May 16th, 2011

Paul J. Comeau over at the Political Media Review has admirably tackled the job of reviewing our entire Working Classics series. Check it out below, and be sure to checkout PMR’s web site too. . . AK Press Working Classics Series Reviewed by Paul J. Comeau Anyone looking to educate themselves on the history and [...]

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