We burned the cop cars one by one: a review of ‘When We Rise’...

Colin Wilson reviews an inspiring memoir of decades of LGBT activism Cleve Jones tells us that there were two times when the movement – the gay liberation movement, the LGBT movement –...

Review: Stolen Moments

Mark Winter welcomes a new exhibition celebrating Namibia's unsung musical heroes, and remembers the time when the artist Jackson Kaujewa came to stay with his family.
Placard reads "There is no planet B"

Book Review: Can Marxist ideas help save the planet?

Ewa Barker reviews a new book that deals with both the technical and political sides of the fight against global warming. Safe Planet –  Renewable Energy plus Workers' Power John Cowsill Earth Books 2014 £11.99 Those of us involved...
Still from Mad Max: Fury Road

Review: Mad Max: Fury Road

This revival of a thirty-year old franchise is a great action movie with women at its centre, writes Jonny Jones. It's been 30 years since the release of Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome, the third instalment of...

A journey through utopian landscapes: Last Futures – review

Ruth Lorimer reviews Douglas Murphy's new book Last Futures: Nature, Technology, and the End of Architecture Douglas Murphy's Last Futures is a fascinating journey through the utopian landscapes of radical modernist architecture. Delving into plans for...

“I Daniel Blake” – Dissecting the DWP

Adam DC reviews Ken Loach's latest film. Ken Loach's Palme d'Or award winning film "I Daniel Blake" exposes the reality of 'Benefits Britain'. Written by his long time collaborator Paul Laverty, the film is a...

Kill All Normies: a missed opportunity to analyse fascism

After the murderous gathering in Charlottesville, there's a real need for insightful analysis of the American far right – but, argues Max Leak, Kill All Normies fails to provide it. It’s unsurprising that many of the...

Review: Capitalism and Theory

A collection of the writings of Mike Kidron casts light on the heterodox Marxist economist and the revolutionary socialist organisation he once belonged to, writes Brian Parkin.

Review: Orange is the New Black

With Christmas fast approaching, Shanice McBean looks at the politics behind an obvious stocking filler: Orange is the New Black. Orange is the New Black (OITNB) follows the story of main protagonist Piper Chapman as her...

Review: Facing the Apocalypse

With the insurgent activism around climate in the face of crisis, a Marxist book on climate is timely. John Walker reviews Alan Thornett's book, Facing the Apocalypse: Arguments for Ecosocialism.