|Subcomandante Marcos and Paco Ignacio Taibo II
Muertos incómodos (Falta lo que falta). In Spanish. In December 2004, Paco Taibo II received a letter from Subcomandante Insurgente Marcos, where the latter proposed to write a novel “with four hands.” The rules were set, and Muertos incómodos (The Uncomfortable Dead) is the result. A novel written on the fly, designed as a ping-pong game, where each author and his character react to what the other one writes, in a history that dives deep into the national disaster.
|Notebooks for the first grade of the course “Freedom according to the Zapatistas”.|
|Here you will find the six Declarations of the Lacandon Jungle of the EZLN.|
|Bruno Baronet, Mariana Mora Bayo, and Richard Stahler-Sholk
Luchas muy otras: Zapatismo y autonomía en las comunidades indígenas de Chiapas. This book researches and accompanies the processes of autonomy of Zapatista indigenous communities, while exploring the role of academic research and its relationship with social movements.
|Pensar las autonomías: Alternativas de emancipación al capital y al Estado. Durante la década que termina, el debate sobre las autonomías ha abierto un campo fértil de discusión sobre las alternativas sociales, políticas y productivas al capitalismo desde innumerables experiencias locales surgidas desde abajo. Dichos procesos cuestionan al capital como forma de organización humana, ya que en ellos se entretejen embrionariamente relaciones horizontales, cooperativas y de reciprocidad, además de una enorme diversidad de formas alternativas productivas, democráticas y de gestión de los bienes comunes y naturales. Este libro reúne trabajos de John Holloway, Ana Esther Ceceña, Raúl Zibechi, Raquel Gutiérrez Aguilar, Gilberto López y Rivas, Massimo Modonesi, Claudio Albertani, Benjamin Arditi, Ezequiel Adamovsky, Francisco López Bárcenas, Gustavo Esteva, Hernán Ouviña, Mabel Thwaites y Sergio Tischler.|
Agosto negro: Presas y presos políticos en pie de lucha (Black August: Political prisoners in struggle). This book commemorates the Black August tradition that emerged in the 1970s to honor George Jackson and other comrades of the revolutionary movement in California prisons, in solidarity with dozens of political prisoners from the Black Liberation Movement jailed in US prisons for decades. The book shares the revolutionary spirit of people with enormous commitment and courage, with impressive stories of struggle in their communities and in prisons.
|Marcela Turati and Daniela Rea (editors)
Entre las cenizas: Historias de vida en tiempos de muerte (Among the Ashes: Stories of life in times of death). At the beginning: the horror. The so-called war against organized crime declared by former Mexican president Felipe Calderón started to drown us since the beginning of his administration. Newspapers became death counters, and we, the journalists, became war correspondents in our own country. In newsrooms we spoke of “narcos” and “capos,” and the “stylized” language of murder was here to stay: “los enlonados”, “los entripados”, “los encajuelados”, “los encobijados”, “los disueltos”, “las narcofosas”, “las narcomantas”, and its most representative expression, “el ejecutómetro” (“the executionmeter”)…
|Jorge Belarmino (editor)
Julio César Mondragón Fuentes. At the gates of Hell, which were the streets of Iguala, Guerrero, in the shadows of September 26 and 27, 2014, the remains appeared — for that is what they were, and not the lifeless body — of Julio César Mondragón Fontes. The Chilango, as his colleagues used to call him, was saved from complete silence by his torture while alive, which was probably the cause of his death, and the image of his face without skin and eyes, which went around the world. This book was organized by Jorge Belamino with participations by: Marcela Turati, Blanche Petrich, Luis Hernández Navarro, Mondragón Fontes family, Sayuri Herrera, Dr. Ricardo Loewe, Dr. Quetzalli Hernández, César Navarro, Tatiana Coll, Nadia Godoy, and Diana del Ángel.