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Geronimo

I made this image for our Firebrands book, reprinted here on mulberry paper. This is Geronimo, war chief of the Chiricahua Apaches during their long years of conflict with the settler empires of the United States and Mexico. The Chiricahuas had skills of stealth and concealment that mortified their pursuers; in their desert fastnesses they seemed invisible, vengeful ghosts. Implacable and apparently invulnerable, Geronimo was a staunch defender of his people and a terror of both settlers and armies.



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Freedom Bookstore Firebombed

Freedom Bookstore Firebombed

February 2, 2013

I’ve just seen (via Boing Boing) that Freedom Books was recently and mysteriously firebombed. The long-lived London Anarchist bookstore is 125 years old. Read more here.