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Lost Dogs by Jeff Lemire

By the Silver Water of Lake Champlain by Joe Hill

The Empty Mirror and Afterzen (both rereads) and Murder by Remote Control by Janwillem van de Wetering

Knots by RD Laing (reread)

Destination Zero by Sam Hamill (reread)

The Essential Poems by Jim Harrison (reread)

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Independent People by Halldor Laxness

Remina by Junji Ito (amazing drawing as usual, but surprisingly disappointing story; might have worked had it been a short)

War Primer by Bertolt Brecht (reread)

Mutual Aid by Dean Spade (reread)

Alias and Jessica Jones by Brian Michael Bendis (reread)

If They Come in the Morning by Angela Davis (reread)

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One-Sentence Journal and Descended From a Travel-Worn Satchel by Chris La Tray

Recollections of My Non-Existence by Rebecca Solnit

The Book of Form and Emptiness by Ruth Ozeki (not recommended; I suggest reading A Tale for the Time Being instead)

How Fascism Works by Jason Stanley

Your Silence Will Not Protect You by Audre Lorde (reread)

Kill All Normies by Angela Nagle

Red Winter by Anneli Furmark

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Fragrant Palm Leaves by Thich Nhat Hanh (reread)

The Essential Poems by Jim Harrison

The Art of Activism by Steve Duncombe and Steve Lambert

The Terror of Evidence by Marcus Steinweg

The Zen of Therapy by Mark Epstein

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Plays 2 by Sam Shepard

Towards a New Manifesto by Theodor Adorno & Max Horkheimer

The Tragedy of the Worker by the Salvage Collective

The Zen Canon by Steven Heine & Dale S. Wright

The End of Summer by Harumi Setouchi (reread)

What Starts Here Stops Here by babs nicgriogair & Annabel Wright

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A Rising Man by Abir Mukherjee

Returning to Reims by Didier Eribon

Sundance: The Robert Sundance Story by Robert Sundance with Marc & Marnie Gaede

Manuel de Civilite Biohardcore by Antoine Boute, Stephane de Groef and Adrien Herda

The Beggar’s Garden by Michael Christie

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A Nest of Nightmares and The Dead Hours of Night by Lisa Tuttle

The Book of Reykjavik by various authors

The Politics of Friendship by Jacques Derrida

The Wandering Border by Jaan Kaplinski (reread)

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The Social Photo by Nathan Jurgenson

Luckenbooth by Jenni Fagan

Finding Them Gone: Visiting China’s Poets of the Past by Bill Porter aka Red Pine (reread)

Sarah Jane by James Sallis (reread)

The Guru Principle by Shenpen Hookham

Read My Desire: Lacan Against the Historicists by Joan Copjec

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Discourses by Niccolo Machiavelli

The Poetics of Space by Gaston Bachelard

Minima Moralia by Theodor Adorno

Riot. Strike. Riot. by Joshua Clover

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Beyond the Ruins: The Fight Against Environmental Breakdown by various

Fictitious Capital: How Finance Is Appropriating Our Future by Cedric Durand

Breasts and Eggs by Kawakami Mieko (reread)

Fragrant Palm Leaves by Thich Nhat Hanh (reread)

Things We Say in the Dark by Kirsty Logan

Stonehouse’s Poems for Zen Monks translated by Red Pine (reread)

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