The Revolutions of the Future Beckon... | 40% all preorders!
You know when you sit in the sun for 0.2 seconds and the despair evaporates off your body? Use that energy to plan ahead— preorder books that will inspire you through the rest of the year!
Including experimental literary fiction, analyses of the new left generation, and a call for trans liberation!
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The unpaid, unacknowledged work that it takes to raise children and care for each other is endless and exhausting. What if it doesn’t have to be this way?
A new progressive generation is on the rise in the United States— what does this mean for the future?
A chilling novel that throws you into a literary manhunt, on the trail of one of the most elusive and evil figures of the 20th century.
A cat and mouse game of surveillance and psychological torment develops between a middle aged artist and her aging mother, as Vigdis Hjorth returns to the themes of her controversial modern classic, Will and Testament
A radical manifesto for the transformation of post-pandemic politics.
When we fight for trans liberation, we fight for a better future for us all.
An absurdist novel about fame, culture and connections, bodies and breakdowns.
We will not succeed in defeating capitalism until we sever health from capital.
How statues, heritage and the built environment have become the battleground for the culture wars.
Violent self defense is a means for the oppressed to ensure survival and to build a liveable future.
A plan to win for the British left, from the co-founder of Momentum.
Black radicals transformed socialist politics in Britain in the years before decolonisation— and continue to do so.
What is the future of the Union in the post-Brexit reality? How will the relationship between Northern Ireland and Westminster develop? Can the United Kingdom survive?
Kern proposes a genuinely decolonial, feminist, queer, anti-gentrification.
What we need is a broad and wide-ranging socialist movement that can recognize capital’s appetite—and starve it to death.
The first collection of writing from Black communist women.
A renowned choreographer explores the dance of everyday life and reveals that art-making is as natural as walking down the street.
A haunting, intimate account of the women and men who built a feminist revolution in the middle of the Arab Spring.
The lessons of the Corbyn years for the future of left politics.