Archive for May, 2014
We’ve got eight amazing books scheduled for the upcoming Fall and Winter seasons. We’ll share more detailed news in the future, but for now, here’s the list: Dispatches against Displacement: Field Notes from San Francisco’s Housing Wars, James Tracey Drug War Capitalism, Dawn Paley I Belong Only to Myself: The Life and Writing [...]
Dismantle, the new collection we’re distributing from Thread Makes Blanket Press, has been getting some great press these last couple weeks. If you haven’t had a chance to check it out, do yourself a favor! Contributors to the book also have a handful of events lined up—maybe in your neck of the woods—and we encourage [...]
Eddie Conway, author of Marshall Law (recently released from prison!) will be speaking about his experiences and discussing the two books he wrote while incarcerated as a political prisoner in Maryland for 44 years. Join us for a conversation around his memoir, Marshall Law: The Life & Times of a Baltimore Black Panther and his [...]
Visit the AK Press tables in the exhibition area! And go to http://www.leftforum.org for more information and a schedule of sessions.
May 22: Cindy Milstein on “Ghost Stories: Tales of Displacement from Gentrifying Metropolises” @ Guide to Kulchur, ClevelandFriday, May 9th, 2014
The GUIDE TO KULCHUR DIALOGUES series proudly welcomes author Cindy Milstein for her presentation “Ghost Stories: Tales of Displacement from Gentrifying Metropolises,” followed by an open forum discussion of the dynamics of neighborhood redevelopment and gentrification in the modern American city. “Capitalism is again reshaping the landscape, this time forcing inner-city residents to the suburban [...]
Join Howl Arts Collective for a panel discussion that explores the intersections between artistic practice, social movements and anarchism. Taking place as part of the Festival of Anarchy 2014. presentations by * Cindy Milstein Cindy Milstein, currently a collective member with both the Institute for Anarchist Studies (www.anarchiststudies.org) and Station 40 (a collective social center) [...]
For more information and schedule, visit: http://www.anarchistbookfair.ca/montreal-anarchist-bookfair-2014 Visit us at the AK Press tables, and see AK author Cindy Milstein speak on “Death on the Commons” (Saturday at 11am) and “Everyday Anarchism” (Sunday at 3pm). Plus lots more excellent speakers and workshops!
Author Maia Ramnath will be speaking on Decolonizing Anarchism and Kristian Williams will be speaking on a panel entitled “Informants: Types, Cases & Warning Signs.” More info and complete schedule are available at https://lawandisorder.wordpress.com/.
Visit http://www.anarchistbookfair.net/ for more info.