Book Review: Workers’ Tales

March 6th: Michael Rosen (ed)Princeton University Press, 2018; 978-0-691175-34-8328pp; £14.99 Reviewed by Jon Klaemint Hofgaard There is a certain harmless air to tales.

Book Review: Rupturing the Dialectic

March 3rd: Harry CleaverAK Press, 2017ISBN: 978- 1-849352-70-3 Review by Anarcho.

Reflections on the Yiddish Anarchist Movement

January 30th: Following the YIVO conference on Yiddish anarchism which took place on January 20th in New York (video here), Raymond S Solomon puts it in context with an earlier work — 1980 documentary Free Voice of Labor.

Long review: The works of Marie Louise Berneri

January 16th: In this long-read review Raymond S Solomon reflects on the life of a key figure at Freedom Press in the 1930s-40s, Marie Louise Berneri, analysing her peers, philosophical and historic setting and impact through two of her works.

Podcast Review: Talking Shop

January 11th: In this first review-roundup, Fingers Malone picks out some of the best podcast listening for anarchists.

Book review: A beautiful idea … and a messy reality

January 5th: A Beautiful Idea: History of the Freedom Press Anarchists Rob Ray Freedom Press, 2018 ISBN: 978-1-904491-30-9 Review by George F.

Anarchist books to bear in mind: Dec 18

December 8th: Richard Alexander rounds up some of the most interesting new and forthcoming anarchist titles around.

Review: Travis Alabanza BURGERZ

October 24th: BURGERZ Written and performed by Travis Alabanza Hackney Showroom, 7.30pm, until 3rd November Today I find myself unexpectedly writing a theatre review.

Review: The Anarchists in Paris, May-June 1968

August 10th: This handy little pamphlet appears in the 50th anniversary year of the events of May-June 1968 that shook France and the world.

Book review: A History of the World in Seven Cheap Things

August 4th: A History of the World in Seven Cheap Things Raj Patel and Jason W.