Dog Section Press

Dog Section Press is a not-for-profit publisher and distributor of seditious literature and a registered workers’ cooperative. We aim to keep our own publications affordable, and we distribute books and pamphlets that are inexpensive. We also produce DOPE Magazine. Our books and pamphlets are printed with Calverts, a worker-owned co-operative based in east London, and Active Distribution, an anarchist publisher and distro collective based in Bristol.

Books and Pamphlets

Abolishing the Police £8 
Publication date: 2nd January 2021

Koshka Duff and Cat Sims 

Abolishing the Police (An Illustrated Introduction) is both a contribution to this conversation and an invitation to join it. It provides rigorous and accessible analyses of why we might want to abolish the policewhat abolishing them would involve, and how it might be achieved, introducing readers to the rich existing traditions of anti-police theory and practice.
Its authors draw on their diverse on-the-ground experiences of political organising, protest, and resistance to policing in the UK, France, Germany, and the United States, as well as their original research in academic fields ranging from law to security studies, political theory to sociology to public health.
Without assuming any prior specialist knowledge, they present the critical tools and insights these disciplines have to offer to ongoing struggles against the injustices of policing (and consider, in turn, what these disciplines must learn from these struggles.)
They examine the police’s history to understand its role in constructing today’s profoundly unequal and crisis-ridden social order. They explore the tensions between policing on the one hand and values like freedom, equality, and democracy on the other. They expose policing’s ongoing and complex entanglements with war and militarism, neo-colonial domination, and the politics of the far right. And they engage with concrete alternatives for preventing and responding to harms (such as sexual abuse and intimate partner violence – which police claim to deal with but in fact further entrench) in ways that move beyond the logic of crime and punishment and towards visions of justice that are both social and transformative.

Great Anarchists

Ruth Kinna and Clifford Harper

We’ve collected all ten essays and illustrations together to make this beautiful book.
“These short introductions delve into the anarchist canon to recover some of the distinctive ideas that historical anarchists advanced to address problems relevant to their circumstances. Although these contexts were special, many of the issues the anarchists wrestled with still plague our lives. Anarchists developed a body of writing about power, domination, injustice and exploitation, education, prisons and a lot more besides. Honing in on different facets of the anarchist canon is not just an interesting archaeological exercise. The persistence, development and adaptation of anarchist traditions depends on our surveying the historical landscape of ideas and drawing on the resources it contains. The theoretical toolbox that this small assortment of anarchists helped to construct is there to use, amend and adapt.”

Make Rojava Green Again

Illustrated by Matt Bonner

“What is it about the social structures of Rojava that so inspires the fierce loyalty of its defenders and its people?
This book answers that question. In language that bridges the Utopian and the concrete, the poetic and the everyday, the Internationalist Commune of Rojava has produced both a vision and a manual for what a free, ecological society can look like. In these pages you will find a philosophical introduction to the idea of social ecology, a theory that argues that only when we end the hierarchical relations between human beings (men over women, young over old, one ethnicity or religion over another, etc.) will we be able to heal our relationship with the natural world.”
– Debbie Bookchin (2018)

All proceeds from the sale of this publication will go directly to support the work of the Internationalist Commune of Rojava.


DOPE is a quarterly newspaper.
DOPE 11 features: Andrew Fraser, Cash Carraway, David Graeber, Draw Fire, Elliot Murawksi (Blue Bag Life), Kate Flood (IWW), Matt Bonner, Melissa Govea, Nika Dubrovsky, Oneslutriot, Rebecca Hendin, Rhiannon Firth, Ruth Kinna & Stanley Donwood.
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