April 7th: KSL’s quick roundup of recent anarchist books on 19th century history, First World War syndicalism and enigmatic figure Peter The Painter.
April 2nd: This book is a collection of new translations of articles by Victor Serge (1890-1947). by Victor Serge, edited by Mitchell Abidor ISBN: 978-1-62963-031-1 PP: 256 PM Press 2015 Review by Anarcho Born of Russian anti-Tsarist exiles in Belgium, Serge is of note for his odyssey from anarchism to Bolshevism, then from Trotskyism to some kind of libertarian Marxism. He is
March 27th: by Carla Caffé Sold as E-Book [Kobo][Amazon] PP: 242 Publisher: Edições Sesc SP 2017 Based on the film Era o Hotel Cambridge (Hotel Cambridge/The Cambridge Squatter) directed by Carla Caffé Review by E.T.C.
March 18th: by Elizabeth Anderson ISBN: 978-0-6-91176-51-2 PP: 224 Princeton University Press 2017 This is both an important book which raises a key issue and one which simply states the obvious.
February 16th: by Simon Springer ISBN: 978-0-816697-73-1 PP: 240 Publisher: University of Minnesota Press 2016 Review by John Clark Anyone who wants evidence that anarchist geography is alive and well today need only read this book.
February 9th: by Charles Overbeck ISBN: 978-0-965097-90-1 PP: 200 Publisher: Eberhart Press 2017 Review by Steve Izma This handsomely and mostly hand-produced book is a tribute to the craft of printing and of historical insight, both of which verge on extinction in the modern world.
January 26th: Director: Kathryn Bigelow Released August 2017 143 min Reviewed by William Boyer The misnamed film “Detroit” is more about a triple slaying by police than the city’s 1967 Rebellion.
January 19th: by Chris Robé ISBN: 978-1-62963-233-9 PP: 468 Publisher: PM Press 2017 Review by Franklin Lopez Reviewer’s note: I agreed to write this review before being aware that almost an entire chapter is dedicated to an analysis of my video work and that of sub.Media.
January 11th: by Edward Anthony Avery-Natale ISBN: 978-1-498519-98-4 PP: 235 Publisher: Lexington Books 2016 Review by Ruhe Like many anarchists who came of age in the 1990s, my first exposure to anarchism came through the punk scene.