War on Misery #4

No thanks thanks to the treadmill. No thanks to the Grindstone. There’s plenty of dissent from these rungs below. Summer 2013     34p     8.5 x 11 After a four year hiatus, war on misery came back — bigger than ever. Articles include an analysis of Occupy St. Louis: ‘Occu-POW!: The Jolt of Occupy St. … Continue reading War on Misery #4

War on Misery #3

Darlin’ there’s a place for us… can we go before I turn to dust? Summer 2008     20p     8.5 x 11 Articles include an analysis of anti-police activity in st. louis: ‘Invitation for Conflict: a magnifying glass to three anti-police initiatives’; an analysis of the Laidlaw bus drivers’ strike: ‘The Driver on the Bus Says “WI-LD-CAT!”; … Continue reading War on Misery #3

War on Misery #2

Our days are never coming back. Autumn 2006     12p     8.5 x 11 Articles include an analysis of st. louis arsons: ‘When the bloodys lips of progress move to kiss, we spit fire: on the 2006 arsons ripping through city and suburban developments’; a chronology of work-related deaths: ‘They make us strap time-clocks to our chests’; … Continue reading War on Misery #2

War on Misery #1

There must be some kinda way outta here… Winter 2005-2006     8p      8.5 x 11 Articles include an analysis of the Busch deliver drivers’ striker: ‘You say Lohr, We say Class War: Unions, bosses, and turning the lights on in the theatre of conflict’; a fictitious account of the social conflict that could have arisen after … Continue reading War on Misery #1

War On Misery

One part tabloid, one part social war, one part humor, these are all four issues of War on Misery, a sporadically published st. louis-based publication. All issues are free plus shipping. If you’d like to help pay for printing more, feel free to. Against the drudgery of everyday life, and for a holiday without beginning … Continue reading War On Misery

Ojibwa Warrior

Dennis Banks and the Rise of the American Indian Movement Dennis Banks     2004     352p      6 x 9 The autobiography of Dennis Banks and the story of the American Indian Movement (AIM), of which he was a co-founder. The warrior’s story covers ground as vast as the country itself, from … Continue reading Ojibwa Warrior

None Shall Escape

Radical Perspectives in the Caribbean Fundi     1988     24p     5 x 8 A compilation of excerpts from a forum on Grenada and Jamaica, which was held in San Francisco in December, 1983, follow-up interviews and informal discussions. These edited statements belong 53-year-old Jamaican named Fundi. The basis for his critical … Continue reading None Shall Escape