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.

Review: Wobblies of the World: A Global History of the IWW

July 10th: This book deals with the international scope of the IWW, how it spread to other countries, often through the idea of the One Big Union being carried overseas by seafarers.

Book Review: The Doomsday Machine — Confessions of a Nuclear War Planner

April 17th: Daniel Ellsberg points to uncanny truths in Stanley Kubrick’s Dr Strangelove (1964), including the fact that Russia does have an automated ‘Doomsday Machine’ system (called ‘Perimeter’) that will trigger nuclear war if a single nuclear bomb goes off in Moscow.

Radical lit roundup

April 7th: KSL’s quick roundup of recent anarchist books on 19th century history, First World War syndicalism and enigmatic figure Peter The Painter.

Book Review: Anarchists Never Surrender

April 2nd: This book is a collection of new translations of articles by Victor Serge (1890-1947).

Book Review: The Cambridge Squatter – architecture, cinema and education

March 27th: Accompaniment to Eliane Caffé’s original film, which blended documentary and fictive elements to tell the story of life at the Cambridge Hotel in São Paulo, Brazil.

Book Review: Private Government — How Employers Rule Our Lives

March 18th: This is both an important book which raises a key issue and one which simply states the obvious.