Two New LeftWord Titles: by Samir Amin and Lula da Silva

We have published 9 titles in 2018 and there are more titles in our schedule for this year. For a brief review of our books this year, the reviews that our books received, their excerpts from various publications, interviews of our authors and events around our books, you can read our blog on our books in 2018. [… click here for more]

Letter from the Editors- September, 2018

Dear LeftWord Books community, In 1943, in the midst of the terrible battles of the Second World War, the French philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre took a massive book – 700 pages – to the publisher Gallimard and asked them to publish it. The book – Being and Nothingness – was a dense philosophical inquiry into human existence. It [… click here for more]

LeftWord Recommends: Books on Russian Revolution

It’s been hundred years of the Russian Revolution. In all these years, countless books have been written on the revolution, its aftermath and its impact on numerous first world and the third world societies. This reading list is an exploration of the events that changed the course of history and their effects on the world. [… click here for more]

The Freedom Theatre: ten years of tenacity –

A review by Komita Dhanda Rehearsing Freedom: the story of a theatre in PALESTINE Edited by Johanna Wallin; Designed by Sherna Dastur Published by LeftWord Books in association with The Freedom Theatre   To you who stole the future: Your airplane is powerful, It flies faster than a storm and destroys a whole city. But [… click here for more]

Letter from the Editors, November 2016

3 November 2016 Dear LeftWord Community, As you read this letter, you should know that across India kisans are on the march. Organised by the All-India Kisan Sabha, they are part of an immense Jatha that will descend on Delhi on 24 November for a large rally. At our LeftWord Blog, there is a short [… click here for more]

Namo’s Readings

We know a lot about Namo. We know of his incessant foreign trips, of his sartorial preferences, his love of his own voice. But we don’t know what he reads. Namo’s pal Barack recently released his music playlist. We can picture Namo’s smirk when he heard this. Not for him such trivial pastimes. He is [… click here for more]