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Friends of PM Press, June 2013 Edition

This weekend I received:

  • Michael Moorcock’s Jerusalem Commands: The Third Volume of the Colonel Pyat Quartet, with a new introduction by Alan Wall. This is a huge work of fiction that I will almost definitly not read, but it does contain a bibliography that is also available here.
  • Towards Collective Liberation: Anti-racist Organizing, Feminist Praxis, and Movement Building Strategy, by Chris Crass, forward by Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz, introduction by Chris Dixon. It is broken down into five sections: “While Learning from the Past, We Work to Create a New world”: Building the Anarchist Left; “We Make the Road by Walking”: Developing Anti-racist Feminist Praxis; “Because Good Ideas Are Not Enough”: Lessons From Vision-Based, Strategic, Liberation Organizing Praxis; “Love In Our Hearts and Eyes on the Prize”: Lessons from Anti-racist Organizing for Collective Liberation; and the Conclusion.
  • Maroon The Implacable: The Collected Writings of Russell Maroon Shoatz, Edited by Fred Ho and Quincy Saul, Afterword by Matt Meyer and Nozizwe Madlala-Routledge, Forward by Chuck D. Co-published by PM Press and Ecosocialist Horizons. I have been waiting for this book since I went to it’s release event back in early May.  That event made such an impression on me that when the book didn’t arrive in the May package, I called PM Press to ask about to (more on that another day).

More information on Friends of PM Press and why it’s amazing is available on their website.

About Rose Regina

Berlin-based, formerly NYC-based person who is interested in lots of things and is no longer sure how to describe herself. Intersectionality is key to all of our struggles.

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