Book Review: New Taboos

March 30th: by John Shirley ISBN: 978-1-60486-761-9 PP: 128 Publisher: PM Press John Shirley is one of the original “Dread Lords” of Cyberpunk who brought a new noir sensibility to science fiction and Fantasy in the ’90s.

Book Review: On A Move: The Story of Mumia Abu-Jamal

March 26th: by Terry Bisson ISBN: 978-0-87486-901-9 9780874869019 PP: 215 Publisher: Litmus Books £9.99 This is terse, efficient prose.

Book Review: The Wild Girls

March 9th: by Ursula Le Guin ISBN: 978-1-60486-403-8 PP: 112 Publisher: PM Press £9.99 With an epic author like Le Guin, I couldn’t help but go straight to her interview with Bisson.

Book Review: Antifascism, Sports, Sobriety

March 2nd: by Julius Deutsch, edited & translated by Gabriel Kuhn ISBN: 978-1-62963-154-7 PP: 128 Publisher: PM Press £11.99 This book is too short.

Book Review: Marge Piercy’s My Life, My Body

February 23rd: Author: Marge Piercy Publisher: PM Press/Outspoken Authors ISBN: 978-1-62963-105-9 Pages: 128 This is a highly enjoyable collection of very readable “essays, poems, memoirs, reviews, rants, and railleries.” Mostly non-fiction, it’s strong and political throughout many of the works.

Double book analysis: Peter Davison on George Orwell

February 16th: In this review and analysis piece, Raymond S.

Book Review: Donald Rooum’s Anarchist Wildcat Comics

February 15th: PM Press, 2016 ISBN: 978-1-62963-127-1 PP: 128 Publisher: PM Press As it should be, Rooum’s playful illustrations dominate this volume.

New guides to a smarter activism

October 31st: Several new guides to help activists be safer, more effective (and just know your stuff) have been released recently, so below is a brief roundup: Squatting (Britain) The Advisory Service for Squatters’ new handbook, brought out over the weekend, which is the first new release since the government made squatting empty residential buildings illegal.

Book Review: Roses and Revolutionists

October 24th: ISBN: 978-1-910170-17-5 Price: £6.99 Pages: 106 Publisher: Five Leaves Books Nominally a work of history, Nigel Todd’s book on the founding, growth and eventual collapse of the Clousden Hill anarchist co-operative feels as though it could be written now with only a few technological twists.

So tell me again how the bus service is going to be run: a review of Inventing the Future

May 4th: By Roger of Radical Think Tank, and Radical Assembly Education group Some time back in the analogue days of the 1980s I was sitting in a room with three other nerdy, design-obsessive anarchists, working out the founding principles of the worker and housing co-op federation Radical Routes.