• Introducing our fall books

    As summer wanes, usher in autumn with six forthcoming books from Between the Lines.

  • Ten years since Mégantic: the sad telling of a perfect capitalist story

    To mark the tenth anniversary of the tragic train derailment in the Quebec town of Lac-Mégantic, we share an excerpt from A Train in the Night, a graphic novel about the disaster written by Anne-Marie Saint-Cerny and illustrated by Christian Quesnel. 

  • Union Made Books

    by and for workers changing the world.

  • The Last Win Is the Best Win

    For International Women's Day, we are publishing an excerpt from Bonnie Robichaud's memoir, It Should Be Easy to Fix.

  • Books for Black Liberation

    For Black History Month, we have compiled a reading list of books on Black organizing, radical thought, and subversive histories.

  • Music, Film, and Political Deadlock in Cuba

    Author Karen Dubinsky describes a recent visit to Cuba amidst its political polarization.

  • Radical books for the holidays

    We've compiled our annual holiday gift guide to help you find the right present for your friends, family, and comrades this holiday season.

  • Introducing our spring books

    Here’s a sneak peek at seven forthcoming titles coming out in the spring.