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Heaps of new titles for end-of-year summer reading

Hi friends of Jura,

Here are the new titles this week (also several re-stocked books arrived):

ROAR #8, Theme this issue: 'Beyond the Border', $15;

Free West Papua T-shirt, $18;

Rethinking Anarchy: Direct action, autonomy, self-management, Carlos Taibo, $24;

The End of Animal Farming: How scientists, entrepreneurs, and activists are building an animal-free food system, (H/B), Jacy Reece, $42;

Alt-America: The rise of the radical right in the age of Trump, David Neiwert, $26;

How to be Less Stupid about Race, (H/B), Crystal Fleming, $36;

A Steampunk's Guide to the Apocalypse, Margaret Kiljoy, $15;

(Kid's book) Liza Jane & the Dragon, (H/B), Laura Lippman, $26;

(Kid's book) Gorilla Gardner: How to help nature take over the world, (H/B), John & Jana, $26;

The Bottled Wasp Pocket Diary 2019, $12, (one only);

Certain Days: The 2019 Freedom for Political Prisoners Calendar: Health/Care, $27;

Can We All Be Feminists? (ed) June Eric-Udorie, $24;

Premonitions: Selected essays on the culture of revolt, A.K. Thompson, $30;

A Burst of Light and other Essays, (H/B), Audre Lorde, $35;

The Anarchist Who Shared My Name, Pablo Martin Sanchez, $26, (translated from Spanish);

In Praise of Disobedience, (H/B), Oscar Wilde, $35;

Now is the Time of Monsters: A graphic discourse on predatory capitalism, World War 3 Illustrated, $18.

Happy Summer Solstice to all,

Seeya at Jura.