Red Day Sale! 40% Off Select Titles Until February 17th


What's love without solidarity? What's more romantic than revolution? We're celebrating Valentine's Day this year by offering 40% off the titles below, including an investigation on the politics of love, an analysis of desire and consent, and a passionate call to rediscover the political and emotional joy that emerges when we share our lives.

Sale ends Friday, February 17th at 11:59PM EST.

We're also publishing a series of essays looking at love, desire and relationships at the intersection of capitalism, the state, and heteronormativity. See Alva Gotby on love as a form of labor, Katherine Angel on the endless negotiations of power within sexual experiences, and Sophie Lewis on the implausible idea of heterosexuality. See all our Valentine's essays here.

The work of love is a feminist problem, and it demands feminist solutions.

Katherine Angel's critically-acclaimed analysis of female desire, consent, and sexuality.

What is care and who is paying for it? In this groundbreaking book, Emma Dowling charts the multifaceted nature of care in the modern world, from the mantras of self-care and what they tell us about our anxieties to the state of the social care system. 

The most influential theory of the origins of women’s oppression in the modern era, in a beautiful new edition.

A comprehensive collection of feminist manifestos, chronicling rage and dreams from the nineteenth century to the present day

We could all use a companion.

An influential exploration of the idea of friendship and its political consequences.

How the law harms sex workers—and what they want instead.

We are in the midst of a global crisis of care. How do we get out of it?

Our shared values—equality and fairness, democracy and freedom, community and solidarity—can both provide the basis for a critique of capitalism and help to guide us towards a socialist and democratic society.

Second Wave feminism emerged as a struggle for women’s liberation and took its place alongside other radical movements. But feminism’s subsequent immersion in identity politics coincided with a decline in its utopian energies and the rise of neoliberalism. Now, foreseeing a revival in the movement, Fraser argues for a reinvigorated feminist radicalism able to address the global economic crisis.

A passionate call to rediscover the political and emotional joy that emerges when we share our lives.

A renowned choreographer explores the dance of everyday life and reveals that art-making is as natural as walking down the street.

A provocative reinterpretation of “(post-)structuralist” theory of power, depending on and criticising psychoanalytic theory.

A provocative essay on the relationship between communism, philosophy and language.

A pocket colour manifesto for a new futuristic feminism.

It’s not capitalism, it’s not neoliberalism—what if it’s something worse?

An indispensable guide to building a fighting feminist movement for reproductive freedom

Mutual aid is the radical act of caring for each other while working to change the world.

Vivian Gornick’s exploration of how the world of socialists, communists, and progressives in the 1940s and 1950s created a rich, diverse world where ordinary men and women felt their lives connected to a larger human project.

Taking as its inspiration the new wave of feminist militancy that has erupted globally, this manifesto makes a simple but powerful case: feminism shouldn’t start—or stop—with the drive to have women represented at the top of their professions. It must focus on those at the bottom, and fight for the world they deserve. 

Every meaningful victory for working people has been won through collective struggle.

Females is Andrea Long Chu’s genre-defying investigation into sex and lies, desperate artists and reckless politics, the smothering embrace of gender and the punishing force of desire.

How the first major leftwing generation since the sixties has shaped electoral politics.