RB Gear

tote

The Revolution Books tote bag, $10 or free with purchases of $100 or more.

mug

The Revolution Books coffee mug, boxed, $12.

calendar

The Revolution Books pocket calendar, $6.

red star

Red Star pin, $5, and Red Star Earrings, $7.

Beautiful holiday gifts books that you would want to receive yourself!

letters
An extraordinary collection of Vonnegut's personal correspondence, $35.00

banksy
An delightful collection of the work of England's most beloved and audacious grafitti artist, $22.95

mm

Los tres grandes: Jose Clemente Orozco, Diego Rivera, and David Alfaro Siqueiros, $35.00

hmw
An impassioned argument about music’s liberating, life-affirming power, $32.00

Constitution Written with the future in mind, for a vastly different society and government than now exists. It sets forth a basic model, and fundamental principles and guidelines, for the nature and functioning of a vastly different society and government than now exists. $8.00

 

 

WHNAt the beginning of 2012, an in-depth interview with Bob Avakian, Chairman of the Revolutionary Communist Party, USA, was conducted by a younger-generation revolutionary who has been inspired by the leadership and body of work of Bob Avakian. $6.00

New Jim
Legal scholar Michelle Alexander argues that Jim Crow and legal racial segregation have been replaced by mass incarceration as a system of social control. $20.00

cp5

Sarah Burns powerfully reexamines one of New York City's most notorious frame-ups and its aftermath, $15.95

memoir

 

 

 

 

 

 

How did a new synthesis of communism come into being? Read the engaging story of Bob Avakian, the critical thinker who has taken Marxism to a whole new place. $18.95

mor
Sub-titled "How We Know What's Really True," this book for young adults is a beautifully illustrated introduction to science and how we do know what's true. $16.00

Many, many more titles available in the store. Here are just a few:

atheists

roundhouse

TexasTough

Manifesto

operators

mm

ba

greene

sugar

cave

waging

Harvey

Wizard

engels

gwr

JustKids

habibi

gc2

ucr

graves

subway

fb

spill

palante

pb

butp

slaveholders

ah

Lennon

mannahatta

fk

pi

sw

2666

pahh

trev

lm

purp

chineseposters

jimi

NGŨGĨ WA THIONG'O
on Revolution Books

"I think what's so beautiful and wonderful about Revolution Books is that even when you close your eyes and go to any of the shelves here and pick any one of the books, it is likely that it will contain the kind of dreams that Martin Carter was talking about when he said, 'And so if you see me looking in your hand, listening when you speak, marching in your ranks, you must know, 'I do not sleep to dream, but dream to change the world.' "

--NGŨGĨ WA THIONG'O is a novelist, playwright, literary theorist (Dreams in a Time of War; Wizard of the Crow; Decolonizing the Mind: The Politics of Language in African Literatur), former political prisoner in Kenya, professor of Comparative Literature, Univ of California.