Surreagional Explorations

Max Cafard & Stephen Duplantier     2012     180p     5 x 8 Philosopher, activist, artist Max Cafard, has been steadily working his way through critiques of Anarchism, Surrealism, Situationism, Media, Cinema, and Regionalism, to arrive to his own fascinating and practicable practice of the Surregional. The still-standing techniques of all the … Continue reading Surreagional Explorations

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

The Angry Brigade

1967-1984: Documents and Chronology The Angry Brigade & Jean Weir     1985     64p     4 x 5 ‘Sit in the drugstore, look distant, empty, bored, drinking some tasteless coffee? Or perhaps BLOW IT UP OR BURN IT DOWN. The only thing you can do with modern slave-houses — called boutiques — … Continue reading The Angry Brigade

New Arrivals

  A Cavalier History of Surrealism     Jules-François Dupuis     1977     131p     5 x 8 This pseudonymous account of surrealism by Raoul Vaneigem offers an answer to the question, “What was living and what was dead in Surrealism?” Though blistering in its criticism of surrealism’s artistic and political aporias, … Continue reading New Arrivals

Dreams and Everyday Life

André Breton, Surrealism, Rebel Worker, SDS and the Seven Cities of Cibola Penelope Rosemont 2008 250p 5.5 x 8 Nationwide campus surveys show that students today regard the 1960s as the most attractive, creative, and effective decade of the past century. Above all, the Sixties introduced an inspiring new radicalism—in truth, many new radicalisms, a … Continue reading Dreams and Everyday Life

Public Secrets

Collected Skirmishes of Ken Knabb Ken Knabb     1997     408p     6 x 9 The greatest hits, and a fine read for anyone interested in situationist ideas, anarchism, the 60s counterculture and beyond. Includes two substantial new texts—”The Joy Of Revolution” and “Autobiography,” and reprints of all his old pamphlets, co-authored … Continue reading Public Secrets

In the Crossfire

Adventures of a Vietnamese Revolutionary Ngo Van     1995     296p     6 x 9 Although the Vietnam War is still well known, few people in the english-speaking world are aware of the decades of struggles against the French colonial regime that preceded it, many of which had no connection with the … Continue reading In the Crossfire