anthologies

The African Liberation Reader (Vols. 1 - 3)

The African Liberation Reader

The three volumes of the African Liberation Reader collect documents from national liberation movements across Africa. Many of these movements would go on to be highly authoritarian once in state power.

A new world in our hearts - Eight years of writings from the Love and Rage Revolutionary Anarchist Federation

A New World In Our Hearts

A New World in Our Hearts contains texts from an important chapter and step in anarchist organizing in the United States and North-America as a whole. This book captures some of the texts and discussions that led to the forming and demise of the Love and Rage Revolutionary Anarchist Federation that would exist for 8 years. Its experience would become the foundation of the now known Black Rose Anarchist Federation.

Ka Popoy: Selected Writings

Selection of writings from Philippine communist Filemon Lagma, aka ‘Ka Popoy’. Lagman was a significant Rejectionist (RJ) leader who split with the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP). Lagman articulated a comprehensive critique of the Communist Party of the Philippines. While we may not agree with everything Lagman says, his critique of the CPP is useful.

The Machine and Its Discontents: A Fredy Perlman Anthology

A new Fredy Perlman anthology, joint published by Active Distribution and Theory and Practice 2018.

Criticism without Critique: A Climate Camp Reader

A document collecting various critiques of the 2000s Climate Camp movement. Originally produced by Shift Magazine and Dysophia.

Contra el Nacionalismo, el Imperialismo y la Guerra.

Book cover/Portada del libro

Spanish edition by Ediciones Espartaco Internacional, of writings by Herman Görter and Anton Pannekoek, on war, nationalism and revolution.

The Anarchist Reader - George Woodcock

George Woodcock's collection of writings on anarchism from a range of thinkers, including Peter Kropotkin, Max Stirner and Oscar Wilde.

Corsair Writings - Pier Paolo Pasolini

Pier Paolo Pasolini

A collection of Pier Paolo Pasolini’s controversial articles and interviews from 1973-1975 on the “anthropological revolution” that transformed Italy during the 1960s and early 1970s, with its “development without progress”, “consumerist hedonism”, “false tolerance”, mass culture, impoverishment of language, neurosis, destruction of traditional peasant cultures (“cultural genocide”), “strategy of tension”, and phony anti-fascism, signaling the decline of the old fascism and the rise of a new, “permissive” fascism, a “Power without a face” that is the “worst kind of totalitarianism”.