[Originally written in 1973 by Audre Lorde, this poem—alternatively known as “Postscript to Karl Marx”—encroaches on the reality of the modern Labor Aristocracy in the imperialist core countries. As always the following has been made available here for the purposes of study and struggle.] Down Wall Street the students marched for peace Above, construction workers […]

[Eduardo Galeano ( 3rd September 1940 – 13th April 2015) was an influential Uruguayan journalist and novelist, author of Open Veins of Latin America, but perhaps best known for his Memory of Fire trilogy. A composer of poetry-in-prose vignettes and storyteller extraordinaire, we provide here his famous poem “Los Nadies” in english, for the purpose […]

[A poem by Bertolt Brecht, written in 1940 while in Finland, To Those Born Later (An die Nachgeborenen in the original German) was meant as a message to those who would be building communism in the later generations, having surpassed the violent class wars and revolutionary struggles in socialist construction. As always, this is made available […]

By Miguel Campos They came from heaven. Where there is plenty of everything. Cloaked in death, reeking of blood. They descend upon the Wretched with an insatiable hunger. Some come armed, wielding the fruits of their research. Weapons made from the blood of their conquest, and guts which roar with anticipation of their next meal. […]