In 1993 Keith Hart created a small boutique press to publish wonderful little tidbits by anthropologists. After various permutations the press morphed in to “Prickly Paradigm”:http://www.prickly-paradigm.com/history.html where Marshall Sahlins keeps up a steady stream of pamphlets as Executive Publisher. For years the older Prickly Pear pamphlets floated around — a xeroxed copy of Sahlins’s Waiting for Foucault was a necessary fashion accessory when I was in graduate school — in various forms, and I considered myself to be pretty hardcore to have taken the time to snag a copy of Marilyn Strathern’s The Relation off of Abe books. But now “the original Prickly Pear pamphlets are available and free to download”:http://www.thememorybank.co.uk/press/ on Keith Hart’s site, thanks to the work of Justin Shaffner. I’d encourage you to check out the list — more little tidbits in PDF form is always a good thing.