Review: Good Times In Dystopia

December 6th: Good Times in Dystopia George F Zero Books, 2020 ISBN: 9781789041902 Review by Peter Bearder Featured Image by oneslutriot Additional artwork by Junk Comix The literary output of squats, occupations and other autonomous spaces is vanishingly small.

Review: In Defense Of Looting

November 26th: Vicky Osterweil's brilliant and radical In Defense Of Looting: A Riotous History Of Uncivil Action explores and defines the tension and relationship between violent tactics and non-violent protest throughout the American civil rights movement from colonial days up to the uprisings of the 90s and 00s.

Review: Apocalipstick Blues

October 2nd: Artist: Efa Supertramp
 Apocalipstick Blues
 Label: Afiach
 Release Date: 2nd October 2020
 Website: Welsh solo acoustic-punk Efa Supertramp returns with Apocalipstick Blues, the long-awaited follow up to her 2015 debut Rhyddid yw y Freuddwyd (Freedom is the dream).

Put yourself in our shoes!: a young writer’s memory of Moria camp

September 24th: My pen won’t break, but borders will By Parwana Amiri Published by w2eu-Alarm Phone, 2020 Parwana Amiri is a young girl from Afghanistan who lived in the Moria camp together with her family after reaching Lesbos in September 2019.

“Down and wriggling in the piss of ages”: Coketown

September 16th: Coketown By Barney Farmer Wrecking Ball Press, 2019 ISBN: 978-1-903110-68-3 If you’ve encountered Barney Farmer’s work at all, it’ll likely be for his cartoons with Lee Healey, published in Viz but also spreading across the internet: most notably Drunken Bakers, the bleakly compelling tale of a hellish alcoholic bakery, and the Male Online, a study

Review: Great Anarchists

September 1st: Great Anarchists By Ruth Kinna and Clifford Harper Dog Section Press 2020 ISBN: 978-1-9160365-6-7 Review by Jim Jepps With the newly released Great Anarchists, Dog Section Press continue their project of stylishly bringing radical ideas to a wider, non-academic audience.

Book review: Too Much and Never Enough

August 3rd: Taking a deep dive into Mary Trump’s recent work on the political psychopathology of her US President uncle.

Diary of a Squat: free audiobook

July 7th: Diary Of A Squat (1989) Written by Jean Delarue Read by Dorothy Spencer and Carl Cattermole We loved this very rare and beautiful book so much that we made it into a free audiobook.

Killdren: Dismembers of Parliament – review


Sorry to go all class war on you but fucking hell, class war!: Rupture Zine Lockdown Special is here

May 20th: Our friends from Rupture Zine: a publication on squats, social centres, art, activism and free parties; have produced an online lockdown special and it is full of joys.