30% off Tear Gas, which explores how it has become the most commonly used form of “less-lethal” police force.
Who is the City For?
As our cities become spaces for investment, rather than living, Anna Minton revisits Lefebvre's Right to the City.
The Gay Right to the City
"It’s impossible to imagine gays without cities. Likewise, it’s almost as hard to imagine cities without gays, although many people have tried" — Huw Lemmey
One hundred years on from the Russian Revolution we look back at the events that turned the world upside down and how they resonate today with new books from China Miéville and Tariq Ali, and classic texts from the Verso archive
Verso Radical Diary 2018
Our best-selling radical diary is back! A beautifully designed week-to-view diary, filled with revolutionary history, illustrations, and short book extracts. The perfect planner for the year ahead.
Anna Feigenbaum, author of Tear Gas, selects five essential books that theorize objects and atmospheres.
In this excerpt from Tear Gas, Anna Feigenbaum describes the history of the Himsworth Report, used by governments around the world to justify the use of tear gas.
“When one of the most marvellously original writers in the world takes on one of the most explosive events in history, the result can only be incendiary.” – Barbara Ehrenreich
"Extreme Cities is a ground-breaking investigation of the vulnerability of our cities in an age of climate chaos."
– Bill McKibben, author and founder of 350.org
50 years on from Lefebvre's The Right to the City we ask, who is the city for? This free ebook report includes contributions from Anna Minton, Rebecca Omonira-Oyekanmi, David Adler, Huw Lemmey, and more.
Jennifer Wolch conceptualizes an urban theory that takes nonhumans seriously.
Anna Feigenbaum discusses the history of tear gas as crowd control.