Saturday, January 11, 2014

About the author

The writing of this book was a collaborative process involving many, but ultimately the text can be blamed on Quincy Saul. He is an organizer, musician, writer and illustrator residing in the occupied territories of the USA.

He is the author of “Reflections of Crisis: The Great Depression and the 21st Century,” published by Lambert Academic Publishing, and the co-editor with Fred Ho of "Maroon the Implacable: the Collected Writings of Russell Maroon Shoatz," published by PM Press. He is the illustrator of "The A to Z Characteristics and Qualities of Being a Revolutionary," by Fred Ho, published by Autonomedia. He writes columns for The Africa Report and for Capitalism Nature Socialism. More of his writings can be found on his blog, "Yo No Me Callo," at

As a musician, he is a composer and performer on the clarinet. He is the co-producer with Fred Ho of “The Music of Cal Massey: A Tribute" featuring the debut first full recording of Massey's historic opus “The Black Liberation Movement Suite”.

He studied political economy, history, music and more at Hampshire College, graduating in 2010. He also holds a graduate certificate in labor studies from the City University of New York, and diplomas from the Narco News School of Authentic Journalism, and the Centro de Español y Lenguas Mayas Rebelde Autónomo Zapatista.

He can be contacted at

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