12 Rules for Strife

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About the Author

Jeff Sparrow is a writer, editor, broadcaster, and Walkley Award-winning journalist. He is a columnist for The Guardian Australia, a former Breakfaster at Melbourne's 3RRR, and a past editor of Overland literary journal. His most recent books are Fascists Among Us: online hate and the Christchurch massacre; Trigger Warnings: political correctness and the rise of the right; and No Way But This: in search of Paul Robeson. He lectures at the Centre for Advancing Journalism at The University of Melbourne.

Sam Wallman is a comics journalist and cartoonist based in Melbourne, Australia. His drawings have been published in The Guardian, The New York Times, The Age, the ABC, and SBS.


Praise for Our Members Be Unlimited:

"Activist and comics journalist Wallman debuts with a convincing, transfixing graphic history of the impact and future potential of unions ... This is a dynamic, persuasive look at labor power."
--Publishers Weekly

"Wallman achieves what many on the left struggle with: he makes history, theory, and organizing practice accessible and fun to read about."
--Matthew Noe, Booklist

"Our Members Be Unlimited helps us realize that, when we build union solidarity in the workplace, our efforts go beyond wages and conditions--rekindling the old spirit of collectivism is how we build a better future for humanity."

Praise for Crimes Against Nature:

"Sparrow tells these stories with the lucidity and animation of a true crime podcast ... He is fearless too in his criticism of progressives who write off their fellow citizens as uncaring and complicit."
--The Saturday Paper

"This urgent, incisive work [shows] how industrialization, in the hands of the wealthy and powerful, drove a wedge between ordinary people and the natural world."
--The Sydney Morning Herald

"[E]xquisitely argued."
--Thomas Klikauer, Marx & Philosophy