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Photographed Letters on Wings

Tom Weiner with Bill Streeter

One of the untold yet essential stories of World War II is that of the two billion microfilmed letters that boosted morale at home and on the Front lines while freeing up much needed space for soldiers and supplies to be flown to the far corners of the world. From the remarkable process that took […]

Published in Featured Titles, Titles on January 30, 2018.

Wobblies/Freedom combo

Eric Chester

Eric Chester’s The Wobblies in their Heydey and Yours For Industrial Freedom available together for $30.

“Using sources that had been previously unavailable owing to federal government document classifications policies, Eric Chester proves beyond doubt that President Wilson and his Justice Department—assisted by the U.S. military and its intelligence services—worked assiduously to put the IWW out of business. Chester’s description of the anti-subversive crusade by federal authorities during World War I and their linking of domestic radicals with violence or terrorism proves yet again how government uses its legal authority to crush and punish dissenters and mavericks.”
—Melvyn Dubofsky, Distinguished Professor of History and Sociology Emeritus, Binghamton University, SUNY

“Chester has established a new watermark for historical understanding of the IWW.”
—Staughton Lynd, Author and Activist

Published in Featured Titles, Titles on October 27, 2017.

The Last Blonde

Mary A. Koncel

This is a sweetheart of a book. This is prose poetry at its finest. In the tradition of Russell Edson, but uniquely its own, it is smart but never stuffy, whimsical but never without meaning, startlingly fresh without losing the reader, funny and melancholic all wrapped up together. The Last Blonde is an acute observer […]

Published in Featured Titles, Titles on October 25, 2017.

Healing My Life: from Incest to Joy

Donna Jenson

In chronicling the physical and spiritual steps she took to reclaim her life and peel away the layers of damage done by incest, Jenson has written a powerful narrative of one person’s healing journey. And though the subject matter is deeply serious, Jenson writes with her sense of humor firmly intact, reminding us that joy is possible in the face of great pain.

Published in Featured Titles, Titles on October 13, 2017.

From Bitcoin to Burning Man and Beyond

Edited by John H. Clippinger and David Bollier

What can we learn from Bitcoin and Burning Man about re-inventing money and designing better forms of self-governance?
Why are “decentralized autonomous organizations” the next great Internet disruption?

Published in Featured Titles, Titles on October 5, 2016.

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