Books distributed by Journeyman
The story of a boy's obsession with his mother, a refugee who ended up shunning her neighbours and suffering her children.
The story of a social worker who sees her dilemmas reflected in the lives of the women she is trying to help.
The impish autobiography of a disabled man who left Dublin for life in England.
Articles about terrorism drawn from Rinascita, the PCI weekly journal, including Eric Hobsbawm, Pietro Ingrao and Luigi Longo.
Four essays by Plekhanov: 'Art and Society', 'Historical Materialism and the Arts', 'Ibsen, Petty Bourgeois Revolutionist', and 'French Drama and Painting of the 18th Century'.
May Morris' Introductions to each of the 24 volumes of the Collected Works of William Morris have become classics in themselves, as well as illuminating and informative guides to her father's work.
A volume bringing together all the majopr articles, speeches, reports, notes, letters and extracts written by Lenin about the press.
A short history of working-class newspapers in Britain, Germany, France and the USA.
'Dr. Simpkins very often accomplishes something that few other jazz biographers have done: He narratively simulates the emotional effect of the subject's music.' N. Y. Times
A novel for anyone interested in the last years of the twentieth century, and the choices it left open.