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The Literary and Music Communities Sing Praises for Black Metal Rainbows

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Pearson on Cole, ‘Ben Fletcher: The Life and Times of a Black Wobbly’

By Chad Pearson H-Labor June 2021 Reviewed by Chad Pearson (Collin College) Published on H-Labor (June, 2021) Commissioned by David Marquis (The College of William & Mary) Printable Version: [] I have too often heard the following critiques: labor history is simply the study of white men in unions…

Punk Prepared Me for All of This

By Michelle Cruz Gonzales Razor Cake July 20th, 2021 The ice age is coming, the sun is zooming in Meltdown expected, the wheat is growin’ thin Engines stop running, but I have no fear ’Cause London is drowning, and I, I live by the river –The Clash At the age of fourteen, I learned just about…

Prenikavé postrehy o sfejsbukovanom antropocéne v dobe plastovej

Kapital July 15th, 2021 Robert Ostertag’s work cannot easily be summarized or pigeonholed. He has published more than twenty albums of music, five books, and a feature film. His writings on contemporary politics have been published on every continent and in many languages, beginning with his work…

Egotopia

By Raymond B. Craib Counterpoints August 24th, 2021 Imagine Milton Friedman and Robinson Crusoe together, reminiscing about Burning Man, on a remodeled off-shore oil rig. Like the image? Welcome to seasteading. The latest in a long line of libertarian exit strategists, seasteaders aim to create self…

A kaleidoscopic history of the queercore scene in the ‘90s

Punk revolution By Miss Rosen Huck Magazine July 20th, 2021 A new book is celebrating queercore, which brought together music, zines, photography, art, film, writing, performance art and style, and the people on the inside of the movement who made it an underground phenomenon. From the very start, q…

Interview with the coeditors and designer of Black Metal Rainbows on Heavy Blog

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David Hartsough on The Power of Loving Your Enemy

QuakerSpeak Waging Peace: Global Adventures of a Lifelong Activist

Julius Deutsch, an Anti-Fascist Who Organized Workers on the Sports Field

An interview with Gabriel Kuhn Jacobin July 23rd, 2021 Today, corporate control over sports is rampant — and is extending its grip on public space in general. Recent Olympic Games and soccer World Cups have seen host countries suspend constitutionally guaranteed democratic rights in order to suppr…

Queercore: Then And Now with JD Samson, Brontez Purnell and Yony Leyser | 8.14.20

Queercore: How to Punk a Revolution: An Oral History

Sabotage?

By Ted Glick July 20, 2021 “How to Blow Up a Pipeline” is a book written by a Swedish climate activist and writer, Andres Malm. It was published earlier this year by Verso. A friend who read my Burglar for Peace book and knew about my belief in strategic nonviolent direct action recommended it t…

The Gwangju Uprising— George Katsiaficas on Against the Grain

By Sasha Lilley Against the Grain July 19th, 2021 It’s been likened to the Paris Commune, but took place a mere forty-one years ago. In 1980, the people of Gwangju, South Korea, rose up against dictatorship, and for some precious days the liberated city governed itself from below through mass asse…

‘Black Metal Rainbows’: un libro como ningún otro (Spanish)

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A middle finger for the mainstream— Queercore in Berliner Zeitung

Berlin journalist Walter Crasshole on queercore, the explosive countercultural fusion of LGBTQ and punk/hardcore. By Maurice Frank Berliner Zeitung Berlin – Journalist Walter Crasshole (Exberliner, Siegessäule), alongside writer Liam Warfield and filmmaker Yony Leyser, is co-editor of , a book ba…

“All Power to the Imagination” ft. N.O. Bonzo on Coffee with Comrades

Coffee with Comrades July 11th, 2021 I recently caught up with the anarchist street artist, printmaker, and graphic designer NO Bonzo, a Portland-based illustrator who’s been working on PM Press’s forthcoming Mutual Aid: An Illuminated Factor of Evolution, Pyotr Kropotkin’s seminal work on evo…

Paris Commune 150: From the 1871 Commune to Contemporary Communalism with Mitchell Abidor and others

The Paris Commune of 1871 was the biggest urban uprising and experience of self-organization of modern history. For those engaged in social and political change, this historic experience stands as the first example of the exercise of social and political power by the working class and underclass. To…

10 Impactful Books About Public Health

By Jamie Herndon Book Riot July 15th, 2021 Public health. Before spring 2020, I’m not sure most people really understood what public health was. Epidemiology was something that didn’t come up in casual conversation that much. But once COVID-19 was in our daily lexicon, everyone seemed to be armc…

Zapatista Institutions of Autonomy and their Reflections Around the World

What follows is the presentation of Dylan Eldredge Fitzwater*, author of “Autonomy Is in Our Hearts” (PM Press, 2019), as well as his responses to questions by the audience, during the event “Zapatista Institutions of Autonomy and their Reflections Around the World” that was organized by the…

BLACK METAL RAINBOWS Kickstarter Launch

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Подкрепете издаването на Black Metal Rainbows, сборника за куиър изследвания и блек метъл (Bulgarian)

Подкрепете издаването на Black Metal Rainbows, сборника за куиър изследвания и блек метъл (Bulgarian) - PM Press Post navigation Related Posts

A City Fights for Its Public Colleges

By Eleanor J. Bader Indypendent July 2nd, 2021 When California’s Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges (ACCJC) released the results of its every-six-year evaluation of the City College of San Francisco in 2012, it found the school so managerially deficient that it issued a serie…

“Systemic Change Is What Really Matters”: An Interview with Bill Campbell

By Ian Thomas The Comics Journal July 12th, 2021 Bill Campbell is a writer, editor, and owner of Rosarium Publishing, a publisher focused on speculative fiction, comics, and crime fiction told through the lens of multicultural talent. Campbell launched Rosarium in 2013 with a mission to “introduce…

”The Pill” is a 2021 Finalists for the Theodore A. Sturgeon Memorial Award

Andrew Liptak Tor.com Wed Jul 7, 2021 The Gunn Center for the Study of Science Fiction revealed the the finalists for this year’s Theodore Sturgeon Memorial Award earlier this week! The award comes from the Gunn Center for the Study of Science Fiction at Kansas University, and was established by t…

America’s Impressive History of Bioweapons Attacks Against Its Own People

Forget China-bashing conspiracy theories, let’s look at the fogging of SF, the microbial attack on the NYC subway and other unpleasantries perpetrated by the CIA and US military in our not-so-distant past By Lee Camp Scheerpost July 6th, 2021 The Biden Administration, the mainstream media and pret…

« Black Metal Rainbows » : un livre pas comme les autres (French)

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