The Award was first presented last year and it goes to the best radical non-fiction book published in the UK.
The shortlisted books "inspire, support or report on political and/or personal change", are "accessible" and "relate to global, national, local or specialist areas of interest".
Last year, for the inaugural prize, Counterpower by Tim Gee was in the shortlist and the Award was won by David Graeber with Debt: The First 5,000 Years.
The winner for 2013 will be announced on May 11th at the ARB London Radical Bookfair.
Here is the full 2013 shortlist.
So watch this space and good luck to Danny!