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Send My Love And A Molotov Cocktail

Author: Gary Phillips
Publisher: PM Press
ISBN: 1604860960
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An array of stories that revolve around riots, revolts and revolution features tales by Cory Doctorow, Sara Paretsky, Paco Taibo II, Kim Stanley Robinson and more. Original.

The Wrong Thing

Author: Barry Graham
Publisher: PM Press
ISBN: 1604864516
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Glimpsed on the outskirts of the Southwest's urban badlands by people who occasionally think he is a ghost responsible for unsolved crimes, a lonely young man with a love for cooking and reading longs to pursue an everyday life with a beautiful but damaged woman, an effort that is complicated by violent realities from his past. By the award-winning author of The Book of Man. Original.

Nearly Nowhere

Author: Summer Brenner
Publisher: PM Press
ISBN: 1604863064
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After single mom Kate Ryan invites the wrong drifter into her New Mexico home, the drifter ends up shot; Kate's daughter, Ruby, is kidnapped and an unidentified corpse turns up. Original.

Prudence Couldn T Swim

Author: James Kilgore
Publisher: PM Press
ISBN: 1604864958
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Outraged by the drowning murder of his black wife, white ex-convict Cal Winters teams up with a former inmate to search for answers and becomes embroiled in the sexual underworld of powerful adversaries who reveal obscure truths about his wife's complex character while forcing Cal to confront his own racially charged past. Original.

Jewish Noir

Author: Kenneth Wishnia
Publisher: PM Press
ISBN: 1629631574
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A unique collection of all-new stories by award-winning authors. This anthology includes the work of numerous authors such as Marge Piercy, Harlan Ellison, S. J. Rozan, Nancy Richler, Moe Prager (Reed Farrel Coleman), Wendy Hornsby, Charles Ardai, and Kenneth Wishnia. The stories explore such issues as the Holocaust and its long-term effects on subsequent generations, anti-Semitism in the mid- and late-20th-century United States, and the dark side of the Diaspora (e.g., the decline of revolutionary fervor, the passing of generations, the Golden Ghetto, etc.). The stories in this collection include "Trajectories," Marge Piercy's story of the divergent paths taken by two young men from the slums of Cleveland and Detroit in a rapidly changing post–WW II society; "Some You Lose," Nancy Richler's empathetic exploration of the emotional and psychological challenges of trying to sum up a man's life in a eulogy; and "Yahrzeit Candle," Stephen Jay Schwartz's take on the subtle horrors of the inevitable passing of time. These works include many "teachable moments" about the history of prejudice, the contradictions of ethnic identity, and assimilation into American society and culture.

Steal This Book

Author: Abbie Hoffman
ISBN: 9781568582177
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Classic counterculture literature.

Geek Mafia

Author: Rick Dakan
Publisher: PM Press
ISBN: 1604861312
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Fired from a job he hated at a company he loved, videogame designer Paul Reynolds is drowning his sorrows in late-morning margaritas when he meets an alluring, pink-haired conwoman named Chloe. With her gang of technopirate friends, Chloe helps Paul not only take revenge on his former employers, but also extort a small fortune from them in the process. What more could a recently unemployed, over-worked videogame designer in Silicon Valley ask for? In return for Chloe's help, Paul agrees to create counterfeit comic books for one of her crew's criminal schemes. In the process he falls in for their fun loving, drug fueled "off the grid" lifestyle almost as fast as he falls head over heels for Chloe. Wary of the Crew's darker side, but eager to impress both the girl and the gang, Paul uses his game design expertise to invent a masterful con of his own. If all goes according to plan, it will be one for the ages. But can he trust any of them, or is he the one who's really being conned? Inspired by author Rick Dakan's own eventful experiences in the videogame and comic book industries, Geek Mafia, satisfies the hunger in all of us to buck the system, take revenge on corporate America, and live a life of excitement and adventure.

City Of Segregation

Author: Andrea Gibbons
Publisher: Verso Books
ISBN: 1786632721
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A majestic one-hundred-year study of segregation in Los Angeles Racism has been central to the way that the city of Los Angeles—and all US cities—have formed and grown. There is a long, ugly history of state-supported segregation, the violent local defence of white neighbourhood and racial boundaries with continuing police oppression, ever growing political and economic inequalities, the drive to neoliberalization and privatisation, and today’s mass displacement of communities of colour in central areas—a process too often described as incidental. This book attempts to explain what Ruth Wilson Gilmore calls these death-dealing differences. City of Segregation traces one hundred years of the struggle against segregation in Los Angeles; from the struggles that together ended de jure segregation in 1948, to the campaign that resulted in the 1964 prohibition of de facto discrimination and the 2006 fight to implement strict controls over private security forces and to preserve over ten thousand residential hotel units in the heart of gentrifying downtown. Gibbons contends that the study of these struggles, of the cycles of victory and retreat reveals the true shape and nature of the racist logics that must be fought if we have any hope of replacing them with a just city.

23 Shades Of Black

Author: Ken Wishnia
Publisher: PM Press
ISBN: 1604865873
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In the East Village of New York, Latina cop Filomena Buscarsela looks into a suspicious toxic leak and the death of a key witness, in an investigation that sees her cruising the city's rock clubs for clues during the 1980s punk scene. Original.