Team Colors Collective
Cycle of Struggle: 2 (forthcoming 2018)
- New Team Colors projects, publications, and offerings in the spirit of our autonomist forebears — Facing Reality, Correspondence, Wages for Housework, Zerowork, Midnight Notes, and Processed World — are coming!
Cycle of Struggle: 1 (2007-2012)
- Pamphlet (2012): Occupied Zuccotti, Social Struggle, and Planned Shrinkage (Team Colors)
- Book Chapter (2012): “Messy Hearts Made of Thunder: Occupy, Struggle, and Radical Community Organizing” in We Are Many: Reflections on Movement Strategy from Occupation to Liberation (AK Press)
- Book Chapter (2012): “Lions After Slumber” in Occupy Anarchy! (German Edition: Edition Assemblage; English Edition)
- Edited Collection (2010): Uses of a Whirlwind: Movement, Movements, and Contemporary Radical Currents in the United States (AK Press)
- Pocket Book (2010): Winds from below: Radical Community Organizing to Make a Revolution Possible (US Edition: Team Colors with Eberhardt Press; UK Edition: Natterjack Press)
- Article (2010): “High Entropy Workers Unite!” in Toward the Last Jubilee: Midnight Notes at Thirty. Craig Hughes, ed. (Autonomedia & Washington, DC: Perry Editions)
- Article (2010): “Abandoning the chorus: checking ourselves a decade since Seattle” (Groundswell Journal)
- Article (2009): To Show the Fire and the Tenderness: Self-Reproducing Movements and Struggle In, Around, and Against the Current Crisis in the United States (Indypendent Reader)
- Memorial Zine (2009): Jodi Tilton, One of the Womyn the World Requires: Collected Writings and Memories (Team Colors)
- Article (2009): Of Whirlwinds & Wind Chimes (or ways of listening): Movement Building & Militant Research in the United States (English Edition: The Commoner; German Edition: Arranca!)
- Online Journal (2008): In the Middle of a Whirlwind: 2008 Convention Protests, Movement, and Movements (The Journal of Aesthetics and Protest Press)
- Book Chapter (2007): “Do It Yourself and the Movement Beyond Capitalism” in Constituent Imagination: Militant Investigations // Collective Theorization, David Graeber, Stevphen Shukaitis, Erika Biddle, eds. (AK Press); Craig Hughes & Kevin Van Meter of Team Colors appear with co-author Benjamin Holtzman.