Half-Price AK Press Titles: Back In Action!

Hey folks, remember how we used to pick out a handful of awesome AK Press titles each month and discount them by 50%? Well, we haven’t forgotten about that. Here we are, at it once again! The following titles are 50% off regular list prices throughout the month of September. Get em while they’re hot! (Okay, we think they’re always hot, but get ‘em while they’re cheap too!)

Animal Ingredients, A to Z
By E.G. Smith Collective

An essential guide for vegetarians, vegans, the health conscious, and caring consumers. As well as a comprehensive listing of animal ingredients, this easy to navigate book contains supplemental information on vegan nutrition, food alternatives, and contact information for animal advocacy groups.
Now just $5.98!

Disaster and Resistance: Comics and Landscapes for the 21st Century
By Seth Tobocman

Disaster and Resistance outlines pressing social and political struggles at the dawn of the twenty-first century—from post 9-11 New York City, to Israel and Palestine, to Iraq and New Orleans. In his bold comic style, Seth chronicles events as they happen, musing not on the chaos of instability and fear, but on the struggle against it.
Now just $10.00!

The Green Zone: The Environmental Costs of Militarism
By Barry Sanders

This investigation examines in detail the environmental impact of US military practices. Based on research culled from documents released or leaked by the military, The Green Zone names military activity—from fuel emissions to radioactive waste to defoliation campaigns—as the single-greatest contributor to the worldwide environmental crisis.
Now just $7.48!

Carlo Tresca: Portrait of a Rebel
By Nunzio Pernicone

This story of Tresca’s life―as editor, labor agitator, anarchist, anti-communist, street fighter, and opponent of fascism―illuminates the lost world of Italian-American radicalism. From his work on behalf of the IWW, to his editorship of numerous papers, and his assassination on the streets of New York City, Tresca’s passion left a permanent mark on the American map.
Now just $9.98!

Beyond Bullets: The Suppression of Dissent in the United States
By Jules Boykoff

Despite the pretense of democratic ideals, the US government has ruthlessly suppressed dissent, using hard-to-detect and rarely acknowledged tactics. Focusing on the histories of a variety of movements for political, social, and economic change in the US, Jules Boykoff shows the specific tools used by government agents to undermine the long-term viability of opposition in this country.
Now just $10.98!

Mountain Justice: Homegrown Resistance to Mountaintop Removal, for the Future of Us All
By Trisha Shapiro

In recent years, communities fighting against mountaintop removal and the destruction of their homes in Appalachia have invited volunteers from outside the coalfields to help them bring national attention to this shameful practice, and abolish it. Mountain Justice is an insider report of this ongoing grassroots struggle.
Now just $8.98!

Outlaws of America: The Weather Underground and the Politics of Solidarity
By Dan Berger

This book brings to life America’s most famous renegades, the Weather Underground. Based on original research, it is a gripping account of the actions and motivations of the group of white people who risked everything to oppose war and racism. At the same time, it provides a nuanced and critically engaged study demonstrating the Weather Underground’s contemporary significance.
Now just $10.00!

Free Comrades: Anarchism and Homosexuality in the United States, 1895-1917
By Terrence Kissack

Terence Kissack expands the scope of the history of LGBT politics in the United States. The anarchists Kissack examines—such as Emma Goldman, Benjamin Tucker, and Alexander Berkman—defended the right of individuals to pursue same-sex relations, often challenging the conservative beliefs of their fellow anarchists as well as many outside the movement.
Now just $8.98!