Forthcoming Books

Trump's Counter-Revolution by Mikkel Bolt Rasmussen

Trump's Counter-Revolution

Mikkel Bolt Rasmussen

Oct 2018

A radical Marxist analysis of Trump which finds Trump to be a preventive counter-revolutionary derailment of the coming-into-being of a new world.

Capitalism on Campus: Sex Work, Academic Freedom and the Market by Ron Roberts

Capitalism on Campus: Sex Work, Academic Freedom and the Market

Ron Roberts

Nov 2018

Sex, bureaucracy and money; the death of the university.

America and Other Fictions by Ed Simon

America and Other Fictions

Ed Simon

Nov 2018

If America or God didn't exist it would be necessary to invent them. Let's start.

How to Dismantle the NHS in 10 Easy Steps (second edition) by Youssef El-Gingihy

How to Dismantle the NHS in 10 Easy Steps (second edition)

Youssef El-Gingihy

Nov 2018

The story of how your NHS was sold off and why you will have to buy private health insurance soon.

All Things are Nothing to Me by Jacob Blumenfeld

All Things are Nothing to Me

Jacob Blumenfeld

Dec 2018

Max Stirner’s "The Unique and Its Property" (1844) is the first ruthless critique of modern society.

Ludopolitics by Liam Mitchell

Ludopolitics

Liam Mitchell

Dec 2018

If the fantasy of control is the problem, then videogame controllers are the solution.

Zizek in the Clinic by Eliot Rosenstock

Zizek in the Clinic

Eliot Rosenstock

Jan 2019

Clinical Psychology is past due for a revolution. Psychotherapist Eliot Rosenstock proposes a philosophical foundation for mental health treatment based on the writings and ideas of Slavoj Zizek.

Serkeftin: A Narrative of the Rojava Revolution  by Marcel Cartier

Serkeftin: A Narrative of the Rojava Revolution

Marcel Cartier

Feb 2019

Serkeftin: A Narrative of the Rojava Revolution takes a first-hand look at the complex process of grassroots democracy and women’s liberation that is radically altering life in northern Syria’s predominately Kurdish areas.

Universal Subject of Our Time, The by Darius Nikbin

Universal Subject of Our Time, The

Darius Nikbin

Feb 2019

The Subject itself is the Subject of the Machine.

Human Rights - Illusory Freedom by Luke Gittos

Human Rights - Illusory Freedom

Luke Gittos

Feb 2019

A progressive argument for repealing the Human Rights Act.

Too Fat to go to the Moon by Rob  McCleary

Too Fat to go to the Moon

Rob McCleary

Mar 2019

2030; America is broke. When NASA is forced to raffle off a trip to outer space the ticket is won by a guy who is so fat he can’t make it out of his own house...

Angels and Demons:  A Radical Anthology of Political Lives by Tony  McKenna

Angels and Demons: A Radical Anthology of Political Lives

Tony McKenna

Mar 2019

A Marxist analysis of key political and historical figures including Hugo Chavez and Jeremy Corbyn, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.

Speculative Annihilationism by Matt Rosen

Speculative Annihilationism

Matt Rosen

May 2019

A presentation of new archaeological ontology in light of our age of extinctions.

What's Left of the World by David J. Blacker

What's Left of the World

David J. Blacker

May 2019

For long-term viability the left must move beyond identity emotivism and articulate a larger worldview.

New Work New Culture by Frithjof Bergmann

New Work New Culture

Frithjof Bergmann

Jun 2019

A proposed alternative to the failing job system.

Fucking Law by Victoria Brooks

Fucking Law

Victoria Brooks

Jun 2019

An urgent call for everyone to find inventive ways to question the ethics of sexuality.

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