Self-government, or 'municipalism', is changing politics all over the world. This is a guide to winning back our towns and cities from below with real radical policies happening now; practical organizing strategies and tools; and profiles of 50 pioneering municipalist platforms from around the world.
A boy's traumatized father comes home from the Second World War, but can’t make the transition to civilian life. This is a beautifully crafted graphic portrayal of PTSD and the consequences it can have on everyone around the person affected, especially if not acknowldeged and understood. A historical graphic novel of utmost relevance now.
A diverse bounty of recipes by immigrant chefs from around the world.
A sparkling anthology of short stories featuring the first twenty winners of the Caine Prize, Africa’s premier literary competition.
Still reeling from the tsunami of 2004, Antoni and his family find their lives in turmoil when they are trapped in the crossfire during the country's merciless civil war. Can they survive not just the loss of friends and family but also being forced from their home, leaving everything behind? Where will they go? And who will give them refuge?
Featuring 12 inspiring women who have rewritten the rules in the art, film, political and literary worlds. Beautifully illustrated in art style, each month features one woman, one inspirational quote and information about their lives.
Dissidents of the International Left features interviews with progressives, leftists, liberals, leaders of social movements, dissidents, anarchists and feminists from all over the world. Their views, in their own words, not previously published.
Short Story Day Africa's next anthology of innovative short fiction is set in the rooms, the passages, the bars and the lobbies of hotels across the continent, and seeks metafiction exploring Africa as a hotel herself. If these walls could talk, what story would they tell?
Bringing together established academics and award-winning comic book writers and illustrators, Portraits of Violence illustrates the most compelling ideas and episodes in the critique of violence.
Among the growing range of books on the Occupy movement Dreaming in Public will stand out for one simple reason. It is of the movement, not about it.