May 31st: Change: A series of poetry in the age of austerity Kayleigh Graveson ISBN-13: 978-1095477328 A collection for our times In these hyperactively political times it is refreshing to have this collection to remind us of the genuine morality for which we should struggle, something too often lost in the unpleasant, mud-slinging world of hysterical fakery
May 7th: Breviary Stuff Publications are soon to publish the researches of Phil Ruff which have identified Peter the Painter as the Latvian anarchist Jānis Žāklis (and given details of the rest of his remarkable life).
May 2nd: Killdren Disguise the Limit, 2019 Review by George F.
April 29th: The Radical Housing Journal is a timely new open-access journal delving into the varied effects of housing developments and offering a refreshing look at the state of radical housing movements, moments, and manifestations worldwide.
April 16th: Vernon, Richards George Orwell at Home (and Among the Anarchists): Essays and Photographs, (1998) London: Freedom Press.
March 27th: The Power Penguin 2017 ISBN: 9780670919963 Review by E Stolinski ‘The Power’ is nothing less than an instant classic.
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.
March 3rd: Harry CleaverAK Press, 2017ISBN: 978- 1-849352-70-3 Review by Anarcho.
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.