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).
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