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Friends of PM Press, August 2014 Edition

Last month I received: 

  • Black Flags and Windmills: Hope, Anarchy, and the Common Ground Collective, second edition, by Scott Crow, with forewords by Kathleen Cleaver and John P. Clark (the latter is new to the second edition). Here is a written review of the first edition from Center for a Stateless Society and a promo video for the first edition. 
  • Dead Kennedys: Fresh Fruit for Rotting Vegetables, The Early Years, by Alex Ogg, with artwork by Winston Smith and photographs by Ruby Ray. 
  • The System, by Peter Kuper, with an introduction by Calvin Reid. This book is gourgeous. not just the art inside, but the book itself. I have already “read” (since there are no words) some of it, and it is exactly the kind of story about people in a city and the world that I have come to expect from Kuper. Even the blurb from Luc Sante on the back is amazing. 
  • Turning Money into Rebellion: The Unlikely Story of Denmark’s Revolutionary Bank Robbers, edited and translated by Gabriel Kuhn. Original German by Klaus Viehmann. Co-published with Kersplebedeb. This book is about the Blekingegade Group and includes historical documents and interviews with two of the groups long-time members. 

More information about the Friends of PM Press is available here.

About Rose Regina

My preference is not to be bored. There are many ways to make that happen, but books, tech, infosec, human rights, and all the projects take over most of my time.

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