Emergency Hearts, Molotov Dreams: A scott crow Reader

emergency hearts

Comrades, it is with deep gratitude and excitement that I wish to announce scott crow‘s new book:
Emergency Hearts, Molotov Dreams: A scott crow Reader. Selected Interviews and Conversations 2010-2015.

Emergency Hearts, Molotov Dreams is a selected collection of interviews, presentations and conversations that crow has given over the last five years covering a variety of topics such as anarchy, cooperatives, police brutality, prisons, animal liberation, environmental justice, surveillance and political movements. Many of the interviews have been expanded, remixed and edited from their original publications to expand on the ideas, praxis and histories.

This book is from a new radical publishing cooperative GTK Press in Cleveland, OH, which is part of the longstanding bookstore called Guide To Kulchur.

Preface by Tom Nomad
Afterword by Lara Messersmith-Glavin
Poem by John Clark

Interviewers featured: Abby Martin, Grayson Flory, Anne Gessler, Kit O’Connell, Vic Creatuure Mucciarone, Baruch Zeichner, Jonny Gordon-Farleih, Nathan Diebenow, Matt Tedrow, DJ Pangburn, and Darwin BondGraham. Including a co-presentation with Debbie Russell.

210 pages
$20 shipping included

Copies can be ordered directly from GTK Press, or picked up at one’s local alternative bookseller.

Here is my review of the text, featured prominently on the cover insert:

“Through these illuminating interviews, crow shares his critically valuable thoughts on State oppression, class inequality, social exclusion, and the destruction of the biosphere.  He hails advancing dual power, resistance culture, direct action, anti-authoritarian internationalism, and inter-species solidarity together with courage and joy.”

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