In modern day France, while slipping out of his ultra-conservative brother’s wedding, Oliver Ijanni’s encounter with a port city refugee camp sets into motion a series of events which will resound globally. Displaced persons from across the globe rise up with new weapons to face down their oppressors and smash centuries of injustice, dictator by dictator and terrorist by terrorist, including those sitting in the White House.
(in)visible – Dezeray Lyn
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Like Watching god Become Human – Pearson Bolt
Rage against oppression, opposition to authority, anticapitalism, and compassion for others are woven throughout this book of poetry. At once both fiercely heretical and deeply (albeit secretly) reverent, these poems are tied together by the interlocking threads of love, resistance to conventional religion, and revolution.
Monsters Like Us
In this quirky collection of tales, monsters who’ve traditionally crept from dark corners, rolling fog and eerie woods to frighten us are living through the grave realities we face. A shape-shifting military leader is locked in endless war, a zombie fights to subvert land development of the cemetery, and a mummy nurses forgotten plague patients in a crumbling almshouse.
Sounds Like Liberation – Jimmy Dunson
Covers a range of topics including resisting fascism, ending violence against women, gender nonconformity, Hurricane Katrina, religious hypocrisy, madness, and anti-capitalist struggle, all while integrating spirituality, love, and revolution in every poem.
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