A young poet once sent his work to the anarcho-communist writer and publisher Ricardo Flores Magón for critique. The revolutionary man of letters responded,
"You want me to be a critic, my good comrade, and I think it sensible to decline such a function. I cannot judge your productions for one simple reason: to wit, that I have forgotten all about rhetorical rules."
As the world sits on the brink and in the crisis here are some SPD titles that forget the rules, remember the past, and forge new revolutionary realities.
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By Scott Chalupa I PANK Books, 2019Ursula or University
by Stephanie Young I Krupskaya, 2013Earthly Days
By José Revueltas I Archive 48, 2020 Rad American Women A-Z: Rebels, Trailblazers, and Visionaries who Shaped Our History . . . and Our Future!
By Kate Schatz and Miriam Klein Stahl I City Lights, 2015 The Black Feminist Study Theory Atlas
By Ra Malika Imhotep and miyuki baker I The Church of Black Feminist Thought, 2019Advice from 1 Disciple of Marx to 1 Heidegger Fanatic
By Mario Santiago Papasquiaro I Wave Books, 2013Your Healing is Killing Me
By Virginia Grise I Play Inverse Press, 2017 A Fiery Flying Roule: to all the inhabitants of the earth; specially the rich ones
Edited By Eirik Steinhoff I Station Hill Press, 2018 The Undercommons: Fugitive Planning & Black Study
By Stefano Harney and Fred Moten I Autonomedia, 2013Fingerprints of a Hungerstrike
By Tony Robles I Ithuriel's Spear, 2017Passing It On
By Yuri Kochiyama I UCLA Asian American Studies Center, 2004You Are on Indian Land: Alcatraz Island, 1969-1971
Edited By Troy R Johnson I UCLA American Indian Studies Center, 1994 Death to the Fascist Insect
Edited By John Brian King I Spurl Editions, 2019Fuel and Fire: Selected Poems 19561976
By Francisco Urondo, Trans. By Julia Leverone I Dialogos / Lavender Ink, 2018Nioque of the Early-Spring
By Francis Ponge, Trans. By Jonathan Larson I The Song Cave, 2018