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Have y’all ever read The Believer? It’s a literary magazine founded in 2003 in San Francisco, by Dave Eggers of McSweeney’s fame. (Incidentally, Eggers’s What Is the What? has one of my favorite book cover designs in recent years.) The idea behind The Believer was to provide a space for writers to talk about reading, [...]
AK author David Porter began researching worker’s self-management in Algeria fifty years ago. In the near-ish future, we’ll be publishing an amazing new book he’s written on French anarchism and Algeria. In the meantime, we’re glad to see that he’s written an analysis of the recent, and very different, revolts in Tunisia and Algeria for [...]
Have you heard that our friends at the Red & Black Café in Portland are trying to buy their building? And that they’re getting close to actually meeting that goal? As a worker-run anarchist collective that likes to support other worker-run anarchist collectives, we think that is pretty cool. So we told them we’d spread [...]
Many of you have no doubt heard by now about the American anarchist who was brutally beaten by the police in Athens on November 15th. Today, From the Greek Streets reports that she “has pressed attempted murder charges against Delta and Dias motorcycle police, as well as the relevant commanding officers” for the beating that [...]
Happy January, folks! We hope you’re all staying warm, and spending your winter months catching up on your reading… We are putting the finishing touches on a few long-awaited books: Property is Theft! A Pierre-Joseph Proudhon Reader; Autonomy, Solidarity, Possibility: The Colin Ward Reader; and Marshall Law: The Life and Times of a Baltimore Black [...]
As you might have caught on by now, the distro crew at AK Press has been attempting to highlight the work of some of our awesome distributed publishers by picking out one to feature each month. And besides getting the extra shout-out, all books published by our Publisher of the Month are on sale at [...]
Yay! The Radical Bookfair returns to Baltimore for the sixth straight year. Organized by the lovely folks at Red Emma’s Bookstore Coffeehouse and held in the midst of the city-sponsored Baltimore Book Festival, it’s always a good (if slightly rainy) time!
Returning to Detroit for the 12th year, the annual Allied Media Conference cultivates strategies for a more just and creative world. Folks come together to share tools and tactics for transforming our communities through media-based organizing, and Macio will be right there in the thick of it tabling for AK! Don’t miss it. http://alliedmedia.org.
NCORE 2011 in San Francisco! AK will be on hand with a great selection of books all week, along with our friends from Speak Out and Teaching for Change! For more info about the event: http://www.ncore.ou.edu/
The Montreal Anarchist Bookfair — and month-long Festival of Anarchy — bring together anarchist ideas and practice, through words, images, music, theatre and day-to-day struggles for justice, dignity and collective liberation. Probably the largest anarchist event in Canada, and one of our all-time favorite tabling gigs! Mark your calendars.« Previous Entries