Welcome Visitor:

Lots of new books at Jura

Here are the new titles for this week:
We are Anarchists: essays on Aarchism, Pacifism, and the Indian Independence Movement, 1923-1953, MPT Acharya, $27;
Young Dark Emu: A truer history, (HB) Bruce Pascoe, $26;
The Complete Works of Errico Malatesta, Vol 4, (ed) David Turcats, $38;
The Five Hundred Year Rebellion: Indigenous movements and the decolonization of history in Bolivia, Benjamin Dangl, $27;
Making Spaces Safer: A guide to giving harassment the boot wherever you work, play and gather, Shawna Potter, $23;
Hunter of Stories, Eduardo Galeano, $26;
The Collective Work of Grief, (ed) Cindy Milstein, $30;
Freedom in Solidarity: My Experiences in the May 1968 Uprising, Kadour Naimi, $23;
Squatting in Europe: Radical spaces, Urban Struggles, Squatting Europe Kollective, $36;
Skin Again, bell hooks, (children's hardback book), $20;
Make Love, Not War: Surrealism 1968!, Penelope Rosemont et al, $21;
Practical Utopia: Strategies for a desirable society, Michael Albert, $30;
The Impossibilists: The Socialist Party of Canada and the One Big Union, Larry Gambone, $18 (there are some older copies at Jura that are cheaper, if you're interested);
A bunch of oldies but goodies:
To Kill a Mockingbird, Harper Lee, $19;
1984, George Orwell, $24;
Animal Farm, George Orwell, $18;
Fahrenheit 451, Ray Bradbury, $19;
Brave New World, Aldous Huxley, $24;
The Handmaid's Tale, Margaret Atwood, $24.
See you at Jura.