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anarchistbookfair.net/The NYC Anarchist Book Fair will be returning to Judson Memorial Church on Sat., April 18, 2015—the same location where the annual event was first held nine years ago. The book fair will bring publishers, designers, writers, artists, musicians, and activists from all over North America to this historic location in Greenwich Village—the neighborhood that is one of the birthplaces of the anarchist movement in the US.
The first Baltic Anarchist Winter Meeting was held in Helsinki in January 2014. After a successful first meeting a second edition will follow on Sunday January 4th, 2015. The Baltic Anarchist Meeting was organized for the first time in Tallinn, Estonia in May 2012. The purpose of the gathering is to exchange experiences and to create co-operation networks among anarchists around the Baltic Sea.
El Robozo Cooperativa (http://elrebozo.wordpress.com/), anarchist comrades from Oaxaca, Mexico are coming to Central Texas to do presentations Nov. 19th-21st in San Antonio and Austin about their focus and work, on autonomy, autogestion and the recent terrible news of the student massacre by government officials and the uprisings in Mexico.
Eighth Balkan Anarchist Bookfair will take place in Mostar (Bosnia and Hercegovina) on 5th and 6th of September 2014 as part of Anti-fascist festival, annual Mostar event. We invite all anarchist/antiauthoritarian groups, individuals, publishers, initiatives and projects from Balkan (and beyond) to come and participate at BAB in discussions and meetings which will help us build solidarity networks and strong anti-nationalist and anti-capitalist movement.
A wild party! The Carrboro Really Really Free Market is celebrating its ten-year anniversary with a massive festival! You’re invited for a whole weekend of really really free activities. We’re hoping comrades from around the world will join us in making this something to remember!
We are excited to announce that planning for the 2014 Seattle Anarchist Book Fair is underway. The book fair will be held on the weekend of August 23rd & 24th, and once again will be occurring at the Vera Project. We are currently accepting requests for table space at the book fair as well as proposals for workshops and discussions. The deadline for each is July 15th. Tables are $70 for the weekend (or $35 for half a table!), with proceeds supporting not just the book fair but multiple other projects as well (previous years money has gone to L@s Quixotes Library, Seattle Food Not Bombs, PNW Grand Jury Resistance, Riseup.net, the Prison Doula Project and more).
For the first time in recent memory, the occupied Lenape land known as Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, will host an Anarchist Book Fair. On August 23rd, 2014 we will be attempting to reach out to the broader community in an effort to grow and challenge our preexisting ideas, find a common ground with others, and move forward toward a world based on freedom and mutual aid.
Registration is now open for the 3rd International Conference of the Anarchist Studies Network, which will take place at Loughborough University (United Kingdom), 3-5 September 2014 We have an exciting line-up of over 70 papers, including panels and panel streams on anarchism and the history of ideas, critical management studies, religion, geography, animal liberation, and lots more!
Last year, in the spirit of rising anarchist resistance, and to honour our fallen comrades from the past, we organized the first Comox Valley Anarchist Book Fair for one day on the weekend immediately following May Day. Once again, the book fair will be hosted on May Day weekend in Cumberland (a small village in Comox Valley that was one of the major sites of the largest labour revolt in BC history).