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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.

‘I Keep My Treasure In My Arse’ Mario Mieli’s Gay Communism

Revolutionary queer theorist Mario Mieli is the author of one of the most important works ever to address the relationship between homosexuality, homophobia and capitalism. In this blog, Tim Dean considers the relevance of the...

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First publication in English of a groundbreaking book of revolutionary queer theory.
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Free limited edition tote bag with every order of Mario Mieli's 'Towards a Gay Communism'. While stocks last!
An iconic memoir by one of the first female fighters of the PKK
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Who was Sakine Cansiz?

Founding member of the PKK, revolutionary, feminist, freedom fighter. Sakine Cansiz was many things, in this blog, we reflect upon the life and legacies of the ‘Kurdish Rosa Luxemburg’.

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A sharp investigation into the dark path of the Alt-Right.
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Alt-Right

Alt-Right

‘An urgently needed dose of clarity for anyone hoping to understand the twists and turns of far right politics beyond the Khakis and Tiki torches’ – Mark Bray, historian and author of Antifa: The Anti-Fascist...

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5 Moments That Made the Alt-Right (and One That Unmade It)

The Alt-Right movement appears to have burst out of nowhere, but Mike Wendling has been tracking them for years. Here he charts the moments that made (and un-made) the Alt-Right.

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Pluto Press stands in solidarity with David Rosenberg and Jewdas

Pluto Press stands in solidarity with Jewdas and educator, writer and Pluto author David Rosenberg, absurdly smeared by the Daily Mail and others as promoters or enablers of antisemitism.

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Oral testimonies from the creative, violent and ground-shaking events in France, May '68.
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May 1968: From the Picketlines to Present

In May of 1968 mass protests shook the world, Mitchell Abidor explores how those exciting, dangerous, creative and influential days influenced himself and those he spoke to.

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