Selected Ravings Of Slim Brundage – Founder & Janitor Of The College Of Complexes Slim Brundage & Franklin Rosemont 2003 140p 5 x 8 A unique combination of tavern, university and nonstop wild party, the College of Complexes (1951-1961) was for many years the city’s outstanding outsider outpost — a … Continue reading From Bughouse Square to the Beat Generation
Nawal El Saadawi 1975 128p MMPB ‘All the men I did get to know, every single man of them, has filled me with but one desire: to lift my hand and bring it smashing down on his face. But because I am a woman I have never had the … Continue reading Woman at Point Zero
And Other Writings Covington Hall & David Roediger ed. 1999 264p 5x 8 In the half-century since it was written, Hall’s Labor Struggles In The Deep South, has become an underground classic among activist historians writing on the South and on working people. Hall—journalist, organizer, rebel, professor, and poet—brings … Continue reading Labor Struggles in the Deep South
Writings and Speeches Of Isadora Duncan Isadora Duncan & Franklin Rosemont ed. 1981 160p 5 x 8 This outstanding collection of the great dancer’s heretofore uncollected writings and speeches gives us a vivid new perception of her importance as an original and radical thinker. Starting with reminiscences of her … Continue reading Isadora Speaks
Anecdotes of Dissatisfaction, Mischief, and Revenge T. Cox & M. Sprouse 1992 175p 9 x 11 Stories of frustration and revenge throughout all sectors of the american workplace: construction, restaurants, transportation, sex, factory, art, education, military, etc. $10-20 Other works involving sabotage, work, service industry, factories, military, 1980s, 1990s
A Chronicle of Fredy Perlman’s Fifty Years Lorraine Perlman 1989 200p 5 x 8 A memoir with photos written by Fredy’s companion of 27 years. Fredy’s life began in Czechoslavakia in 1934 and ended in Detroit in 1985. In those fifty years he lived on three continents and incorporated … Continue reading Having Little, Being Much
Anarchism and the Struggle for the Emancipation of Women Martha A. Ackelsberg 1991 252p 6 x 9 The members of Mujeres Libres (Free Women) were tenacious enough to create revolutionary change in their daily lives – these women mobilized over 20,000 people into an organized network during the Spanish … Continue reading Free Women of Spain
An Anthology of Emma Goldman’s Mother Earth Peter Glassgold 2001 464p 6 x 9 Originally published between 1906-1918, this compilation spans over a decade of provocative issues ranging from anarchism to sexual freedom, militant labor struggles, birth control, liberatory education, Leon Czolgsoz’s assassination of President McKinley, anarchist-feminism, anti-militarism, art, literature … Continue reading Anarchy!