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 This book is about the Blekingegade Group and includes historical documents and interviews with two of the groups long-time members.
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