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Appel [Call] - UK

New printing of Call, a pamphlet from the underground with an explanatory tag line "On the one hand, we want to live communism; on the other, to spread anarchy.”

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Caliban and the Witch
A history of the body in the transition to capitalism.

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Communicating Vessels #17
This learned literary zine is informed by surrealism and an anti-state communist perspective. This issue features the Aeschylus and the Oresteia Trilogy; New Orleans: City that Disaster Built; Life & Times of Tristam Shandy; Capitalist Development and the Rise of Modern City Planning; Reflections on Hipsterism. Plus poetry & more.
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Communicating Vessels #20

This issue of this journal of reprints, surrealist art, and general rejection of many of the things that are taken for granted in the modern world, focuses on utopian ideas and instances - referring significantly to Maxwell Street in Chicago (as described and lauded by the Chicago Surrealist Group), as well as to food, Fourier, and the Five Senses (excerpted from Lewis Mumford).

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Communicating Vessels #21

This surrealist-inspired anti-state communist journal gets better and better, as the producer gains skill and confidence in his press technique. Someone once described him as an old man, and while chronologically that is not correct, it does accurately describe the appeal to old fashioned values that he describes, eschewing email and telephone for a slower pace.

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Communicating Vessels #22
Pictures of this hand-printed magazine cannot do it justice. Inspired by The Match, this publication gets better and better, and this edition comes with more pages than usual, pieces on and by Franklin Rosemont (of surrealism fame), an obituary of Tuli Kupferberg, an article on Arab surrealism, many letters, a comic strip or two, and a pullout full color linocut poster starring Procrustes (illustrating the viciousness of procrusteanism).
This is a publication to be held in the hands. Recommended.
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Communicating Vessels #23
Fall-Winter 2011-2012, Egypt on My Mind; Ssu-ma Ch'ien; St Martin's Wine, etc...
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Communicating Vessels #24
The latest issue of this long-running, surrealist-inspired zine, now being produced from Arizona.
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Communicating Vessels #25
Topsy-Turvy
The undefined foreboding of something unknown...
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Communization and its Discontents
Contestation, Critique, and Contemporary Struggles

A dream team of 21st Century grad students have produced this collection edited by Benjamin Noys.

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Endnotes 1: Preliminary Materials For A Balance Sheet Of The Twentieth Century
The first of Endnotes attempts to lay out some of the underlying tensions within the communization discourse through the dialog between Gilles Dauvé and Théorie Communiste.
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Endnotes 3
Gender, Race, Class and Other Misfortunes This is on hand! All pre-rdered items will be mailed the week of January 15, 2014. The newest installment in this UK journal features articles on: Arab Spring; indignados; Occupy; England riots; austerity and anti-austerity; the logic of gender; class identity; Jasper Bernes on logistics, counterlogistics and the communist prospect; Chris Chen on race, and redefining central concepts of revolutionary theory—spontaneity, mediation, rupture.
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Letters #3
With this journal we wish to better understand and analyze capitalism and its critics through the distorting lens of a rigorous anti-political experimentation and soul searching. We are not the expression of a political party or organization and seeks no adherents or official line, though we are open to offers of financial patronage. We are not afraid of paradox. Our aim is to bring maximum disorder to habitual perspectives.
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Letters #4
This edition of Letters, a anti-political communist journal, comes with a mini supplement and continues the discussion of pro-revolutionaries and their place in the scheme of things. A list of arguments (or apothegms), and then a series of longer explorations tied together thematically (Fate, Friendship, Letters, Novelty, etc), this journal continues to be an example of thoughtful and critical engagement.
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New Lines of Alliance, New Spaces of Liberty

Prefiguring his collaboration with Michael Hardt, Negri and Guattari enact a singular hybridization of political and philosophical traditions, bringing together psychiatry, political analysis, semiotics, aesthetics, and philosophy. Against the workings of an increasingly integrated world capitalism, they raise the banners of singularity, autonomy, and freedom to search out new routes for subversion.

Originally published in 1990, this newly expanded edition includes previously untranslated materials and a new introduction by Matteo Mandarini.

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Nihilist Communism
Originally self-published in 2003, now edited and designed by Ardent Press, still one of the most hard-nosed books to call the left to account -- with scathing, thoughtful rebuttals to those who continue to believe that the revolution is just a matter of consciousness-raising and recruitment, or that identity politics has anything to do with Marxist thought.

Many will reject the materialism inherent in this analysis, but we appreciate the logical consistency (and the occasional brilliance of writing) of Monsieur Dupont; so refreshing in a world in which people withdraw to muddle-headedness in incoherent attempts to fit all topics into some kind of grab bag, attempts seemingly designed to avoid offense rather than to follow ideas through to their logical (or even illogical) conclusions.
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Poland 1980-1982

In 1980, communism in Poland was in crisis, and change was in the air. People's resistance peaked in various ways, including swelling the ranks of the union, Solidarity. Henri Simon captures the drama, hopes, and disappointments of workers' rebellions in Polish industrial cities, with a recurring theme of politicians' skill at manipulation.

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Sic Journal #1

A pretty journal out of Europe, referencing endnotes, Theorie communiste, and other anti-state commies.

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Sic Journal #2
International Journal for Communisation

Straight outta the UK! Here for your communal pleasure...
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species being and other stories

In this small and rich text, one of the authors of Nihilist Communism introduces an anti-political perspective in the form of letters, essays, and dialogs.

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The Arcane of Reproduction
housework, prositution, labor and capital

One of Italy's leading feminist thinkers critiques the traditional Marxist categories or production and reproduction, repositioning the central role of women's labor and women's bodies that Marx himself could not see. Leopoldina Fortunati profoundly illuminates the nature of the nuclear family, housework, the sexual division of labor and prostitution under capitalism, and underlines new arenas for feminist struggle arising from the unpaid labor of those (primarily women) who "produce and reproduce" (sexually, materially, psychologically, spiritually) the "productive" wages worker.

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