The 12th Dublin Anarchist Bookfair takes place on the 15th September 2018 at the Teachers Club 35 Parnell square. Every year hundreds of people attend the Dublin Anarchist Bookfair for a day of inspiring discussions and the opportunity of meeting lots of other radicals, browsing books and meeting campaigns.
A quick blog in which I’m very optimistic about the Edinburgh Anarchist Feminist Bookfair, and a new class struggle self-education project in Edinburgh.
We are pleased to announce the thirteenth annual Victoria Anarchist Bookfair, located on unceded Coast Salish Territory in Victoria, British Columbia.
The newly released Modern Science and Anarchy from AK Press brings together previously unpublished content in English as well as other writings previously only released as pamphlets and articles. Of course, a critical portion of the book which is as relevant as ever is devoted to Kropotkin’s study of the nature and origins of the State and which includes this brief excerpt as part of a larger critique of the state.
Malmö: Three days packed with interesting talks, panel discussions, workshops, performances, 30 book tables and I don´t know how many books…!
Review: The Next Revolution by Murray Bookchin.
The anarchist library Femento in Zurich, Switzerland will be reopened at June 16, 2018.
New York City: It’s 2018 and, once again, the specter of war haunts us—in the headlines as well as in the depressing certainty that the politicians and other elites who rule the societies of this world persist in maintaining the exploitative death-culture hierarchy of white-hetero-patriarchal Imperial-colonial-capitalism.
When the Bolsheviks usurped the Russian Revolution, it was a disaster for anti-capitalist movements everywhere. This book traces a timeline of the Bolshevik crackdown on revolutionary currents in Russia and elsewhere around the world, starting before the October Revolution and running up to the treaty between Stalin and Hitler. It includes a treasury of quotations from some of the anarchists who helped make the revolution only to perish under the heel of authoritarians.
Philly Antifa presents a discussion with author Matthew Lyons A major study of movements that strive to overthrow the U.S. government, that often claim to be anti-imperialist and sometimes even anti-capitalist yet also consciously promote inequality, hierarchy, and domination, generally along explicitly racist, sexist, and homophobic lines. May 16 at 7PM at Wooden Shoe Books & Records 704 South Street, Philadelphia.