This is a list of my published writings, starting with the most recent, organized into six categories: book, book chapters, articles, interviews, pamphlets & broadsheets, and reviews. I have provided links for those pieces available online. For a more complete list, please see my CV. A full list of my Canadian Dimension columns, thematic blog posts, and study for struggle posts is available here.
Another Politics: Talking Across Today’s Transformative Movements. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2014.
“The Road to Seattle: Global Justice in the 1990s.” Remaking Radicalism: A Grassroots Documentary Reader of the United States, 1973-2001. Eds. Dan Berger and Emily K. Hobson. Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press, 2020. 301-303.
“Sticking Around in Struggle: Lessons from and for the Long Haul.” What Moves Us: The Lives & Times of the Radical Imagination. Eds. Alex Khasnabish and Max Haiven. Black Point, NS: Fernwood Publishing, 2017. 33-43.
“From Collective Refusal to Collective Liberation.” Introduction to Towards Collective Liberation: Anti-Racist Organizing, Feminist Praxis, and Movement Building Strategy, by Chris Crass. Oakland: PM Press, 2013. 1-12.
“A Tribute to My Father.” Men Speak Out: Views on Gender, Sex, and Power. Ed. Shira Tarrant. 2nd ed. New York: Routledge, 2013. 197-202. (First published 2008 by Routledge.)
“Building a Mass Movement? Learning from the Occupy Sudbury Experience.” We Are Many: Reflections on Movement Strategy From Occupation to Liberation. Eds. Kate Khatib, Margaret Killjoy, and Mike McGuire. Oakland: AK Press, 2012. 284-285.
“Leveraging the Academy: Suggestions for Radical Grad Students and Radicals Considering Grad School.” (coauthored with Alexis Shotwell) Collaborative Futures: Critical Reflections on Publicly Active Graduate Education. Eds. Amanda Gilvin, Georgia M. Roberts, and Craig Martin. Syracuse: Graduate School Press of Syracuse University, 2012. 333-345.
“Five Days in Seattle: A View from the Ground.” The Battle of the Story of the Battle of Seattle. Eds. David Solnit and Rebecca Solnit. Oakland: AK Press, 2009. 73-107.
“A Politics and a Sensibility: the Anarchist Current on the U.S. Left.” (coauthored with Barbara Epstein) Toward a New Socialism. Eds. Anatole Anton and Richard Schmitt. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2007. 445-462.
“Letter to older activists.” Letters from Young Activists: Today’s Rebels Speak Out. Eds. Dan Berger, Chesa Boudin, and Kenyon Farrow. New York: Nation Books, 2005. 49-53.
“The Roots of My Resistance.” Global Uprising: Confronting the Tyrannies of the 21st Century. Eds. Neva Welton and Linda Wolf. Gabriola Island, B.C.: New Society, 2001. 12-19.
“Nothing But Dead Ends: How the Complaints Process Protects the Ottawa Police.” (coauthored with Dan Sawyer, Alexis Shotwell, and Amanda Wilson) The Leveller September 2021.
“Remembering for the Future: Learning from the 1999 Seattle Shutdown.” Upping the Anti November 25, 2019.
“Not Our Friends: The Ottawa Police’s Long History of Violence and Racism.” (coauthored with Dan Sawyer, Alexis Shotwell, and Amanda Wilson) The Leveller February/March 2019: 4-5.
“Getting It Together.” (coauthored with Dan Sawyer, Alexis Shotwell, and Amanda Wilson) Briarpatch March/April 2018: 8-11.
“Creating Intergenerational Movements.” Certain Days: The 2017 Freedom for Political Prisoners Calendar: 9.
“For the Long Haul.” Briarpatch July/August 2016: 16-20.
“Organizing to Win the World.” Briarpatch March/April 2015: 16-20.
“Building ‘Another Politics’: The Contemporary Anti-Authoritarian Current in the U.S. and Canada.” Anarchist Studies 20.1 (Spring 2012): 32-60.
“Imagining Ourselves Outside of What We Know.” Left Turn January/February 2009: 44-45.
“Leveraging the Academy: Suggestions for Radical Grad Students and Radicals Considering Grad School.” (coauthored with Alexis Shotwell) MRzine January 12, 2007.
“Movement-Relevant Theory: Rethinking Social Movement Scholarship and Activism.” (coauthored with Douglas Bevington) Social Movement Studies 4.3 (December 2005): 185-208.
“Substituting as a Subversive Activity: Reflections from a Radical Sub.” Clamor September/October 2001: 54-56.
“A Tribute to My Father.” On the Road to Healing: A Booklet for Men Against Sexism 2. Ed. Basil Elias. Seattle: Planting Seeds, 2001. 9-11.
“Finding Hope After Seattle: Rethinking Radical Activism and Building a Movement.” Onward Spring 2001: 14+.
“Ten Things to Remember: Anti-Racist Strategies for White Student Radicals.” Colours of Resistance November 2000.
“Tear Gas and Triumph: What Happened in Seattle and What’s Next.” Wild Voices Spring 2000: 2-4
“5 Days in Seattle: A View from the Streets.” Punk Planet Magazine March/April 2000: 92-99.
“Reflections on My Gender.” On the Road to Healing: A Booklet for Men Against Sexism. Ed. Basil Elias. Austin: Planting Seeds, 1999. 22.
“Grassroots Theory: An Interview with Sharmeen Khan on 10 Years of Upping the Anti.” Upping the Anti 18 (2016): 48-61.
“Movements Where People Can Grow: An Interview with Helen Hudson.” Upping the Anti 8 (2009): 81-94.
“Navigating the Crisis: A Study Groups Roundtable.” (coedited with Dan Berger) Upping the Anti 8 (2009): 159-177.
“The Opposite of Truth is Forgetting: An Interview with Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz.” Upping the Anti 6 (2008): 47-58.
“Interview with Barbara Epstein.” (co-conducted with Douglas Bevington) Confronting Capitalism: Dispatches from a Global Movement. Eds. Eddie Yuen, George Katsiaficas, and Daniel Burton-Rose. New York: Soft Skull Press, 2004. 223-231.
Pamphlets & Broadsheets
“Tips for Going on Book Tour.” (compiled with Andy Cornell) Aid & Abet July 2011.
“More is Less: Making Sense of the UCSC Crisis.” (coauthored with Sean Burns, Maia Ramnath, James Rowe, Rebecca Schein, and Alexis Shotwell) Self-Published Pamphlet. Santa Cruz: Long Road Collective, 2005.
“Alaska: State of Siege.” (coauthored with Soren Wuerth) Broadside & Insert for the Earth First! Journal. Anchorage: Alaska Action Center, 2000.
“SHUT DOWN The World Trade Organization.” (coauthored with Chris Borte, Stephanie Guilloud, and David Solnit) Broadside & Insert for the Earth First! Journal. Seattle: Direct Action Network, 1999.
“How to Bring Mumia Abu-Jamal to Your Campus Graduation: Some Tips for Organizing” & “Mumia Abu-Jamal as Graduation Speaker: The Evergreen Experience.” Self-Published Documents. Oakland: Prison Activist Resource Center, 1999.
“Making Aspirations into Realities: Review of Anarchism and Its Aspirations.” (coauthored with Jamie McCallum) Znet March 26, 2011.
“A Space for Reflection: Review of Upping the Anti.” Left Turn July/August 2007: 84-85.
“Review of Webs of Power: Notes from the Global Uprising.” December 2003.
“Review of The Battle of Seattle: The New Challenge to Capitalist Globalization.” Bad Subjects September 22, 2002.