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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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Sex Education Transformed

This month we discuss the benefits of a radical, intersectional and inclusive approach to sex education, for both schools and society.

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James Baldwin
A Revolutionary For Our Time

James Baldwin changed the face of Western politics and culture, in this blog, his biographer Bill V. Mullen explores Baldwin’s life and work.

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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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New Books
The first biography of the great American writer in over a decade
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Forthcoming books
What is the relevance of Marx's Capital to contemporary political struggles?
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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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Here to Stay, Here to Fight
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Here to Stay, Here to Fight

From 1974 to 1988, Race Today, the journal of the revolutionary Brixton based Race Today Collective, was at the epicentre of the struggle for racial justice in Britain. Placing race, sex and social class at the core of its analysis, it featured...

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“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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Forthcoming books
Europe as we’ve known it is a dying myth, but colonial relations live on.
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New Books
When it comes to sex education, the personal is political.
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New Books
From Blurred Lines to gang signs, how does society cause toxic masculinity?
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Forthcoming books
The fascinating story of a young Jewish socialist who risked everything to foment revolution amongst German soldiers in occupied France.
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