Actually, it’s an alternative press just like all alternative presses – but we’re trying to do it with the technology of the age. We’re unashamed libertarian socialists, but most of all we want ideas to come out to play. Send us your proposals! Our first titles are listed below. Click on the pictures below to buy them from Amazon.
Summer special offers
We’re cutting our e-book prices for everyone loading up – or should that be loading down? – for their holidays.
Until the end of August only, Moscow Gold? The Soviet Union and the British left by Paul Anderson and Kevin Davey is available for Kindle at the bargain price of £1.99, and Shots From the Hip by Charles Shaar Murray is just £3.49. Click on the pictures below to buy them from Amazon.
First published in 1991, it is a collection of Murray’s legendary journalism on music and much, much more from the 1970s and 1980s in New Musical Express and elsewhere. The Guardian described Murray as ‘one of the best British writers on pop music, and this is a compilation of HIS best’ – and it’s published here with a new introduction by Joel Nathan Rosen and a new afterword by CSM himself.
Moscow Gold? The Soviet Union and the British left by Paul Anderson and Kevin Davey is available as a Kindle e-book here and will be published very soon in paperback.
‘A fine little book you can read in a day. Anderson and Davey have taken advantage of the vast amount of research into communism since the end of the cold war. They wear it lightly, and refreshingly, are open about their political position. As members of the democratic left, they believe that communism was a disaster for left wing politics. It tied the left to tyranny and the lies and disillusion that went with it.’
‘Brilliant and dangerous … one wild-ride roller-coaster that soars to altitudes of unfettered wit and then plunges with a startling and implacably knowing anger.’ MICK FARREN
‘Superb.’ GREG PALAST
‘Fierce, funny, moving and sulphurous.’ HEATHCOTE WILLIAMS
‘The Johnny Cash of rock journalism.’
PHIL CAMPBELL, MOTORHEAD
‘The rock critic’s rock critic.’
‘Front-line cultural warrior.’
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