We are a new publishing house dedicated to retrieving forgotten texts and theory lost to the Whirlwind. These are works difficult to access, typically hoarded by white publishers and profiteers and priced accordingly. It is our mission to recirculate these materials and make them accessible to the People once again. All proceeds are used as direct survival aid for subaltern people. We thank you for your patience as we continue to build our website. The Rookery Press is run by a small collective doing the best we can to format, print, market, and ship these texts to friends everywhere. ebook versions for all of our published works are forth-coming. We planned to wait until we've sold 100 copies of each text before making the digital copy available free to all, however we are currently planning on making the ebook versions available by alternative means.
Our print of On Organizing Urban Guerilla Units by Field Marshal Don Cox, a former central committee member and militant of the Black Panther Party.
Our print of Reflections on Victor Serge’s “What Everyone Should Know About State Repression” by James Yaki Sayles, a pamphlet on security politics. Please note this text is printed in zine format.
Our print of The Power of the People is the Force of life, a political statement by the George Jackson Brigade. A pamphlet detailing the ideological and practical tactics of the GJB, a partisan unit active in the PNW of the New Left era. Please note this text is printed in zine format.
Our print of 30 Seconds to Zero: The Crusader Collection by Mabel and Robert F. Williams. A compilation of essays from the Williams’ newsletter The Crusader, printed and distributed while living in exile in Cuba.
Our newest print! The Collected Works of the Black Liberation Army, vol. I is a collection of lost revolutionary theory penned by militants of the Black Liberation Movement’s armed clandestine wing: the Black Liberation Army.