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New books & journal

Hi all,

here are the new titles for this week:


Le Monde Libertaire No1781- Sept/Oct, $4.

The Word for World is Forest, Ursula K. LeGuin, $15.

New titles at Jura

Here are some of the new titles in at Jura lately:

Worlds of Exile and Illusion, Ursula K. LeGuin, $23 (three of her Hanish series novels in one recently published book);

If we all spat at once, they'd drown, Sam Wallman, $17 (radical and working class cartoons from Melbourne);

New titles from PM Press and PiO's anarchist poetry from Melbourne.

New titles, from PM Press:

The First Socialist Schism: Bakunin Vs Marx in the International Working Men's Association, Wolfgang Eckhardt, $50 (this is a gigantic effort, not only because it's 600 pages, but because of the breadth and depth of the study. Well accompanies Ronald Tabor's 'The Tyranny of Theory');

Heaps of new titles at Jura.

Hi all,

Here are the new titles in this week:

Doris 32, $4.50;

Bananeras: Women transforming the banana unios of Latin America, Dana Frank, $24;

New books this week at Jura

Hi everyone,

Here are the new books and periodicals this week at Jura:

Here are the new titles this week:

Witch Girl and the Push: Social History as You've Never Read it, Lyn Gain, $27 (recent Sydney Push libertarian/anarchist history)

Miracles ain't What they Used to Be, Joe Lansdale, $17 (radical short stories from PM Press);

New hard core anarchist readings at Jura.

Anarchist readings:

Anarchist Immigrants in Spain and Argentina, (HB) James Baer, $90.

(back in stock) Beer and Revolution: The German anarchist movement in New York City, 1880-1914, Tom Goyens, $50.

New books

Hi everyone,

short list of new titles this week:

The Basics of Permaculture Design, Ross Mars, $32;
Permaculture: Principles and Pathways beyond Sustainability, David Holgrem, $38.
Seeya at Jura.

Non violence & the pacific road at Jura

Hi Everyone,

Here are this week's new titles. I've concentrated on anti-war/pacifist material by Brian Martin - who has supported Jura over the years also note a book by long-time friend of Jura, Karen Kennedy.


Deeply Felt: Reflections on religion & violence within the anarchist turn, Karen Kennedy, $25;

New titles

The Liberation of Painting: Modernism and Anarchism in Avant-Guerre Paris, Patricia Leighton, (large format hard back), $88;

Decolonizing Solidarity: Dilemmas and Directions for Supporters of Indigenous Struggles, Clare Land (forward Gary Foley), $48;