Recently Published Books

Dark Matters by Nick Dunn

Dark Matters

A Manifesto for the Nocturnal City

Nick Dunn

Nov 2016

Where now for the secret, the contemplative, the quiet and subterranean in our cities? The question may no longer be what spaces we wish to engage with but when we do.

Politactics by EDA Collective


Political Conversations from Everyday Analysis

EDA Collective

Oct 2016

The everyday of politics is the politics of the everyday.

Colloquium: Sound Art and Music by Thomas Gardner, Salomé Voegelin

Colloquium: Sound Art and Music

Thomas Gardner
Salomé Voegelin

Sep 2016

Declares the relationship between sound art and music “colloquial”: spoken and accessible, rather than locked behind disciplinary boundaries.

World of Failing Machines, The by Grant Hamilton

World of Failing Machines, The

Speculative Realism and Literature

Grant Hamilton

Sep 2016

How speculative realism impacts the art of literary criticism.

Defiance: Greece and Europe by Roger Silverman

Defiance: Greece and Europe

Roger Silverman

Sep 2016

The story of Greece's resistance to European domination past and present.

Why Young People Don’t Vote by Mitchell Agg

Why Young People Don’t Vote

Mitchell Agg

Sep 2016

Why don't young people vote? Through four main reasons, Mitchell helps us answer this question as well as giving some solutions.

Feminism's Founding Fathers by Kaevan Gazdar

Feminism's Founding Fathers

The Men Who Fought for Women's Rights

Kaevan Gazdar

Sep 2016

The first book to tell the untold story of the male pioneers and fellow-travellers of Women's Lib.

Reading the Way of Things by Daniel Coffeen

Reading the Way of Things

Towards a New Technology of Making Sense

Daniel Coffeen

Aug 2016

A guide to making new sense of the world, critically and generously. A techne for the postmodern world.

Porn Panic! by Jerry Barnett

Porn Panic!

Sex and Censorship in the UK

Jerry Barnett

Aug 2016

The Rise of the New British Anti-Sex Movement.

Thoughts on an Index Not Freely Given by John Roberts

Thoughts on an Index Not Freely Given

John Roberts

Aug 2016

In this unprecedented ‘fictive’ construction of the work of five imaginary artists from the 1980s, John Roberts produces an exhilarating theoretical encounter between futures past and futures present.

Centring the Margins: Essays and Reviews by Jeff Bursey

Centring the Margins: Essays and Reviews

Jeff Bursey

Jul 2016

Neglected and obscure writers are at the fore in this incisive collection of critical essays.

Airplane Reading by Christopher Schaberg, Mark Yakich

Airplane Reading

Christopher Schaberg
Mark Yakich

Jul 2016

Re-examining the strange and ordinary world of air travel, one flight at a time.

Babbling Corpse by Grafton Tanner

Babbling Corpse

Vaporwave and the Commodification of Ghosts

Grafton Tanner

Jun 2016

In the age of global capitalism, vaporwave celebrates and undermines the electronic ghosts haunting the nostalgia industry.

Zen City by Eliot Fintushel

Zen City

Eliot Fintushel

Jun 2016

From the author of Breakfast with the Ones You Love comes Zen City. This thought-experiment novella brilliantly critiques spirituality in America

Advancing Conversations: Aubrey de Grey - advocate for an indefinite human lifespan by Douglas  Lain, Aubrey de Grey

Advancing Conversations: Aubrey de Grey - advocate for an indefinite human lifespan

Douglas Lain
Aubrey de Grey

Jun 2016

A line of interview books documenting conversations with artists, authors, philosophers, economists, scientists, and activists whose works are aimed at the future and at progress.

Dead People by Morgan Meis, Stefany Anne Golberg

Dead People

Morgan Meis
Stefany Anne Golberg

Jun 2016

A book of unorthodox obituaries from David Foster Wallace to Osama bin Laden.

Towards a Conceptual Militancy by Mike Watson

Towards a Conceptual Militancy

Mike Watson

May 2016

Politicises art with a sense of immediacy.

Against Capital by Cliff Slaughter

Against Capital

Experiences of Class Struggle and Rethinking Revolutionary Agency

Cliff Slaughter

Mar 2016

In today's globalised world, and after the collapse of Stalinism, what remains of Marx's 'the working class as the gravediggers of capitalism'?

Can Architecture Be an Emancipatory Project? by Nadir Z. Lahiji

Can Architecture Be an Emancipatory Project?

Dialogues on Architecture and the Left

Nadir Z. Lahiji

Mar 2016

Can architectural discourse rethink itself in terms of a radical emancipatory project? And if so, what would be the contours of such a discourse?

Blowing the Lid by Stuart Feather

Blowing the Lid

Gay Liberation, Sexual Revolution and Radical Queens

Stuart Feather

Feb 2016

The queer fight for Gay Liberation; authentic identities and modern roles for lesbians and gays that enhanced British society.

It’s Not Over by Pete Dolack

It’s Not Over

Learning From the Socialist Experiment

Pete Dolack

Feb 2016

A comprehensive historical study to understand today's world and find a better world tomorrow.

In The Realm of the Senses: A Materialist Theory of Seeing and Feeling by Stuart Walton

In The Realm of the Senses: A Materialist Theory of Seeing and Feeling

Stuart Walton

Feb 2016

A thorough-going re-elaboration of modern experience via the senses.

Dynamo Island by David Scott

Dynamo Island

The cultural history and geography of a Utopia

David Scott

Jan 2016

At the crossroads of fiction and social theory, the book confronts fundamental issues facing Western civilization in the 21st century.

Daniel Defoe and the Bank of England by Martin Parker, Valerie Hamilton

Daniel Defoe and the Bank of England

The Dark Arts of Projectors

Martin Parker
Valerie Hamilton

Jan 2016

Why is a novel like a corporation? How is Daniel Defoe connected to the Bank of England?

Don't Lose Track Vol. 1: 40 Selected Articles, Essays and Q&As by Jordannah Elizabeth

Don't Lose Track Vol. 1: 40 Selected Articles, Essays and Q&As

Jordannah Elizabeth

Jan 2016

Don't lose track, she moves fast.

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