The LBC crew has been working through the winter to make this Spring one to remember. We are lining things up so that we can make it to all the major book fair events around North America and bring people texts and conversation that they can only find through us.
We are really excited for people to see the new books that we are carrying and to engage with the ideas within. We would also like to express our solidarity with the Student Occupation events that are happening around California. We have expressed our solidarity by hosting one of the many websites around the occupation and publishing a collection of inspiring articles and commentary around them.
After the Fall
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Willful Disobedience: The Collection – by Wolfi Landstreicher – From Ardent Press
During the ten years of publication, Willful Disobedience wove together a web of ideas situation in the following threads: an anarchism based in Stirner-influenced egoism; an insurrectionary approach that sees individual insurrection to be as important as social insurrection; a non-primitivist critique of civilization that provides no program or model for a future society…
The Time Has Come To Say Things Without Mincing Words
LBC – Willful Disobedience
Anarchy Works – by Peter Gelderloos – From Ardent Press
A book taking examples from around the world, picking through history and anthropology, showing that people have, in different ways and at different times, demonstrated mutual aid, self-organization, autonomy, horizontal decision making, and so forth–the principles that anarchy is founded on–regardless of whether they called themselves anarchists or not. Too well documented to be strictly mythology, and too expansive to be strictly anthropology, this is an inspiring answer to the people who say that anarchists are utopian: a point-by-point introduction to how anarchy can and has actually worked.
LBC – Anarchy Works
New to Little Black Cart
Fire to the Prisons #8 – From Fire to the Prisons
The most consistent Insurrectionary magazine in North America this fierce publication is a must read when your spirits are low.
Fifth Estate #382 – From Fifth Estate
A Tribute to the Radical Imagination of Ursula K. Le Guin. This alone is enough to convince most readers to take a look at this long(est) running anti-authoritarian (cough) publication out of TN, MI, and the world!
Flood – From Max Cafard
…a biting send-up to the follies brought on New Orleans after Katrina in 2005, lavishly illustrated, written by Max Cafard, a lifelong inhabitant of the Island of New Orleans, the author of The Surre(gion)alist Manifesto and Other Writings (Exquisite Corpse, 2004) and many other works
A Voyage to New Orleans – From Elisee Reclus
Élisée Reclus (March 15, 1830 – July 4, 1905), also known as Jean Jacques Élisée Reclus, was a renowned French geographer, writer and anarchist. His Voyage to New Orleans remained untranslated into English, and little-known for almost a century and a half. This volume presents the first English translation, as well as a brief introduction to his life and work, a translation of his letters from Louisiana, and a short survey of his later social and political ideas.
- A new portal and affiliation of sites that we are sure will entertain and amuse you.
- Til the Clock Stops – crime, opacity, insurrection
- The Anvil – a site and paper of reviews and intelligent discussion
- much, much more