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An independent publisher of radical, left‐wing non­‐fiction books. Established in 1969, we are one of the oldest radical publishing houses in the UK, but our focus remains making timely interventions in contemporary struggles.
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Podcast

PODCAST: ‘Radicals in Conversation’
James Baldwin's Radical Politics

Bill V. Mullen and Megan Williams explore the evolution of James Baldwin’s radical politics – expressed both on the page and in his activism as a public intellectual.

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New Books
A groundbreaking study on the reality behind the headlines on antisemitism and the British Labour Party.
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Blog

General Election Reading List

Within our reach is a Britain that is not governed by Old Etonians, city boys and tax-dodgers. Check out our #ge2019 reading list and get 30% off!

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New Books
How can we secure jobs in the shift towards sustainable production?
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Video

VIDEO: The Contraceptive Pill: A Controversial History – Natalie Fiennes

In this short video, Natalie Fiennes, author of Behind Closed Doors, explores the controversial history of the contraceptive pill.

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Podcast

PODCAST: ‘Radicals in Conversation’
Rojava and the Kurdish Women's Movement

This month we are joined by Dilar Dirik and Elif Sarican to discuss the revolution in Rojava, and the renewed threat faced by the Kurdish people.

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New Books
An analysis of the divergent strands of feminism, as the fight for women's emancipation takes centre stage.
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New Books
A major work of feminist critical theory challenging the masculinist politics of digital media forms, practices and study.
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Video

VIDEO: Big Red Diary 2020

The iconic ‘Big Red Diary’, which was produced annually by Pluto Press between 1974-1987 has returned for 2020!

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Blog

“Most young people lack interest in politics”

We hear from the Outspoken series editor Neda Tehrani about why young people that dissent need books that dissent.

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New Books
What do we do when housing, mental health, disability, prisons and immigration policy become synonymous with state violence?
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