Hi Jura supporters,
here are the new titles - the fourth box from AK has finally come through, it seems that Aust Post is still having difficulties with the new address for our post office.
Large Slingshots, $16;
Making Sense of Anarchism: Errico Malatesta, 1889-1900, (Ed) David Turcato, $26;
(back in stock) Memoirs of a Revolutionist, Peter Kropotkin, $30;
Art and Society: Lectures and Essays by William Morris, (Ed) Gary Zabel, $24;
Artpolitik: Social Anarchist Aesthetics in an Age of Fragmentation, Neala Schleuning, $36.
We've got a heap of new poetry books, some from PiO's book launch of his biography at Jura last week, and other titles from Collective Effort Press:
'Fitzroy', PiO, $46.
'925'workers poetry from australis 1978-1983, ed by jeltje, $17,
'The number poems', PiO, $17,
'Unusual Works No.18', collective effort press, (with bonus CD) $8.50,
'A Loose Thread' by Thalia, introduced & edited by PiO, $30.
Slingshot diaries (of many colours) (small) $9;
Lies ll: A journal of materialist feminism (Aug 2015), LIES collective, $15;
The Anarchist Cookbook, Keith McHenry, $30.
See you at Jura.
Hi good people,
Here are the latest titles at Jura:
Isadora Speaks: Wriings & Speeches of Isadora Duncan, (ed) F. Rosemont, $18;
Hi Jurans,The latest new material at Jura - from Microcosm Publishing: Wages so Low You'll Freak, Mike Pudd'hhead, $23 (account from a young punk of his four-year experience in organising workers in a fast food chain in the US);Edible Secrets, Michael Hoerger & Mia Partlow, $18 (de-classified information from the US military, CIA etc...
Hi everyone,Here are new titles:The Experiment of West Kurdistan: Feminism, Anti-sectarianism and Collectivism in the Syrian Revolution, Zaher Baher, $7;Companeras: Zapatista Women's Stories, Hilary Klein, $30;Cesar Chavez: Autobiography of La Causa, Jacques Levy, $30;Octavia's Brood: Seicne fiction Stories from Social Justice Movements, Adreienne Brown, 427;Men Explain Things to Me, Rebecca Solnit (hardback), $24;Perspectives #28, Institute for Anarchist Studies, $18;A Grand Cause: The Hunger Strike and the Deportation of Anarchists from Soviet Russia, G.
Hi everyone:The new titles are:Revolt on Goose Island: The Chicago Factory Takeover, Kari Lydersen, $24The Enemy is Middle Class, Andy & Mark Anderson, $23;Edward Carpenter: A Life of Liberty and Love, Sheila Rowbotham, $38;Malcom X: The End of White World Supremacy, Four Speeches, $20;50 Things You're Not Supposed to Know, Russ Kick, $5;To End all Wars: A Story of Protest and Patriotism in the First World War, Adam Hochschild, $12;Undercover The True Story of Britain's Secret Police, Rob Evans & Paul Lewis, $14;The Verso Book of Dissent: From Spartacus to the Shoe-Thrower of Baghda
Hi, here are the latest new titles at Jura:Anarchists Against the Wall, Uri Gordon (ed), $16;Solidarity Unionism: Rebuilding the labor movement from below, 2nd edn, Staughton Lynd, $19;Anarchy and Society: Reflection on anarchist sociology, Jeff Shantz, et al, $42;Continental Crucible: Big business, worker and union in the transformation of North America, 2nd edn, Richard Roman et al, $26;Imminent Rebellion, No 13, (journal from NZ), $10;The Last of the Hippies: An hysterical romance, Penny Rimbaud, $16;Prison Writings lll: The road map to negotiations, Abdullah Ocalan, $17;Militant Anti-Fa
Hi Jurans,Here are some new books: Solidarity Unionism, Staughton Lynd, $19;The System, Peter Kuper, $19;Getting Up for the People: the visual Revolution of Asar-Oaxaca, Asaro, Mike Graham de la Rosa, Suzanne Schadl, $26;Continental Crucible: Big Business, Workers and Unions ...... (2nd Ed), R. roman & E. V.
Hi Jurans,New titles are:Los Manos: The lads from Aragon - the story of an anti-Franco action group, Mariano Moran, $6.50;The Unlikely Secret Agent, Ronnie Kasrils, (anti-Apartheid spy), $22;Come Out Fighting: A century of essential writing on Gay and Lesbian liberation, Chris Bull (ed), $22;The Home: Its work and influence, Charlotte Perkins Gilman, $25;Weakening