Eberhardt Press
Printing for the People since 2005


Books & Zines from Eberhardt Press

4th Period English
by Judith Arcana
Judith Arcana's acclaimed book of poems examining immigration through the voices of high school students talking and arguing about law, racism, ethnicity, language, nations and borders.

"These poems are amazing. Judith Arcana’s collection brings to life a whole population in a typical American high school. Her own strong voice disappears as she seemingly channels Adelita and Vicente, Tiffany and Jason, teachers and tíos, parents and visiting profesores. The stories that emerge here are vulnerable, confused, angry, outraged, tender, and, above all, deeply human." —Diana Rico

 

4th Period English by Judith Arcana


The Tramp Printers


The Tramp Printers
Forgotten Trails of the Travelling Typographers
by Charles Overbeck


The tramp printer was a typesetting troubadour with a story in lieu of a song, a scholarly hobo, and a master of the type case. They lived without belongings, without homes, and without romantic entanglements, traveling freely despite the hardships of the road. Many were brilliant, literate individuals who were nevertheless possessed by a predilection for bacchanalian debauchery. They helped each other over the hard places and spread the craft of printing along the way.




Criminal
Writings by Isabelle Eberhardt
A collection of Isabelle Eberhardt's writings — a record of all the beauty, misery, degradation and fury of a life fully embraced. This kif smoking, cross-dressing sufi anarchist traversed the Saharan desert, battled African colonialization and recorded it all in poetic prose.
 
Criminal: Writings by Isabelle Eberhardt




Reclaiming Our Ancient Wisdom
Herbal Abortion Procedure and Practice for Midwives and Herbalists

Reclaiming Our Ancient Wisdom is a guide for practiced herbalists and midwives to better serve the women of their communities.
  Reclaiming Our Ancient Wisdom


Free to Choose  
Free to Choose
A Women's Guide to Reproductive Freedom

Not just another pro-choice zine! An introduction to the history of underground abortion and a call to learn our history and to take matters in our own hands. Includes information on menstrual extraction and a list of resources.



JANE
Documents From Chicago's Underground Abortion Service, 1968-1973

Jane was a clandestine abortion counseling service which provided safe, humane services to thousands of women prior to the legalization of abortion in 1973. A beautiful example of the battles that can be won without begging.
  Jane


Keesha and Joanie and JANE  
Keesha and Joanie and JANE
by Judith Arcana

A story about young women responding to the ongoing elimination of abortion access in the USA.

"Vital, funny, and stirring reading for anyone who cares about reproductive justice ... an urgent reminder that is it we who must act."
-Rosemary Candelario, Educator/Organizer/Artist


Birds of a Feather
Flights of the Anarcho-Surrealist Imagination
by Ron Sakolsky


Imagine anarchy and surrealism as an avian body in flight! The anarchist wing yearns to fly to high that it demands the impossible, while the surrealist wing breaks the binary chains that imprison our minds in a sedentary dichotomy between dream and reality...

   
Birds of a Feather


Communicating Vessels No. 28   Communicating Vessels
No. 28: Spring-Summer 2017

Look! At Those Fish -- It's the new issue of Anthony Leskov's long-lived underground literary journal. In this issue: a magnificant account of the editor's D.H. Lawrence pilgrimage to New Mexico; the secrets of German author Jan Valtin; "The Dark Light of Kenneth Patchen"; an essay on solitary wanderings and living the monk life; translations of ancient poetry from Latin; songs of the wandering scholars; editorials, letters & lots more.




Swift Winds
by Ron Sakolsky

A new edition of this outlaw compendium of subversive texts, marvelous manifestos, mutinous rants, utopian dreams, impossible demands and incendiary broadsides strategically aimed at countering the pathos of miserabilism with the uncontrollable laughter of the insurgent imagination. Illustrated throughout by Anais LaRue.
  Swift Winds by Ron Sakolsky


Scratching the Tiger's Belly  
Scratching the Tiger's Belly
by Ron Sakolsky

A radical mixtape of hidden histories, rebel poems, prickly rants, black humor, intoxicating adventures, razor sharp polemics, slyly subversive stories, provocative parables and ideas-in-action. Food for thought, ready to be washed down with the heady grog of mutiny!



InTERRORgation
The CIA's Secret Manual on Coercive Questioning
A verbatim reprint of the Central Intelligence Agency's 1963 guidebook on interrogation. The document provides an inside view of the agency's methods for breaking "resistant sources" with mental and physical agony. The CIA cites its MKULTRA mind control research and describes an arsenal of mind tricks, including hypnosis, sensory deprivation and "truth drugs," as well as "medical, chemical, or electrical methods." Also includes descriptions of standard interrogation practices, as well as "personality assessment profiles," recruitment of informants, and more.

 
InTERRORgation: The CIA's Secret Manual on Coercive Questioning


Progress and Nuclear Power by Fredy Perlman  
Progress and Nuclear Power
The Destruction of a Continent and Its Peoples
by Fredy Perlman

Perlman's essay links the genocidal expansion of Western civilization across North America with technological expansion, leading to the advent of nuclear holocaust. "The premeditated poisoning of human beings, of soils and of other living species can only by the grossest hypocrisy be considered an 'accident'."





notepads and cards
These notepads and cards are designed and made at Eberhardt Press from leftovers, remnants and paper cutter scraps. The interior paper varies from white to off-white depending on what is available at the time. Most of these scraps are 30% post-consumer recycled paper.

Max Ernst Notepads and Cards
Bird Notepads
Tiger Notepads





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