👆This is what the hall looks like empty.
This is a list of the stalls that were booked in on Saturday 4th November 2023.
Unfortunately some stallholders were unable to make it!
The Cunningham Amendment
The Cunningham Amendment (formerly Anarchism Lancastrium), the longest surviving Anarchist journal in the U of K
“Probably the most beautiful anarcrisp booklet ever”.
PM Press was founded at the end of 2007 by a small collection of folks with decades of publishing, media, and organizing experience. PM Press co-conspirators have published and distributed hundreds of books, pamphlets, CDs, and DVDs.
Active “distribute radical, primarily anarchist, literature”.
Northern Herald Books
Secondhand bookstall specialising in anarchism and libertarian socialism.
Footprint Workers Co-operative
“We are a small ecologically minded printers based in Leeds.
We print booklets, zines, leaflets, stickers, newsletters, fliers, books, CD wallets and that sort of gubbins.
We are a workers co-operative, which means our business is owned by the workers. As we have no bosses we run it as we want, doing interesting jobs for interesting people”.
Anarchist Studies is an inter- and multi-disciplinary journal of anarchism research, which has been publishing novel, refreshing and provocative arguments for over twenty years. The journal publishes original research on the history, culture, theory and practice of anarchism, as well as reviews of recent work published in the field. Stall hosts back issues for sale and subscription leaflets.
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Under The Pavement Radio Show
The long running anarchist radio show broadcast on Manchester’s ALL FM 96.9 community radio station.
Manchester University Press
“We’ll be bringing some of our popular trade non-fiction titles around punk, policing and anti-racism as well as some of our academic titles, including titles in our landmark Contemporary Anarchist Studies series.”
DaN McKee/ Earth Island Books
DaN will be at the Bookfair with copies of his latest book “Anarchist Atheist Punk Rock Teacher” as well as other titles from publisher Earth Island Books
One Way Ticket To Cubesville/ Vegan’s Guides
“Counter culture’s favourite toilet-read. Anarchy, absurdity and DIY music from this long-running punkzine” plus a selection of vegan guides and zines.
Anarchist organisers with a focus on facilitation and fullfillment for the projects of fellow anarchists at no cost. At the bookfair our stall will be entirely pay what you feel. 30% of every purchase is also split between an archiving fund, a mutual aid fund and one for supporting first responders.
Solidarity Federation (Manchester)
Local anarcho-syndicalist group
Radical Poster Collective
Making good quality radical posters available
Anarchist Communist Network
Anarchist communists fighting capitalism & all it stands for. We believe in Working Class self-organisation & solidarity.
Manchester Area Resource Centre is an environmentally friendly printers based in Salford’s growing cultural quarter.
The Anarchist Federation is an organisation of revolutionary class struggle anarchists. We aim for the abolition of all hierarchy, and work for the creation of a world-wide classless society: anarchist communism.
IWW (Industrial Workers of the World)
Manchester IWW is a member led, grassroots union for all workers in Greater Manchester.
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A non-hierarchical organisation and the use of direct action to confront, stop and eventually reverse the forces that are responsible for the destruction of the Earth and its inhabitants. EF! is not a cohesive group or campaign, but a convenient banner for people who share similar philosophies to work under.
Liverpool based anarchist book artist.
ASS: Advisory Service for Squatters
An UNPAID collective of workers who have been running a daily advice service for squatters and homeless people since 1975.
Dog Section Press
“If it is inaccessible to the poor, it is neither radical nor revolutionary.”
Dog Section Press is an anti-profit publisher and distributor of seditious literature. We aim to keep our print publications as affordable as possible and all of them are also available
to read online for free.
Manchester’s favourite DIY mag
Journalism I Activism I Art
Angry workers of the world. Precarious and unruly.
We are the Manchester Hunt Saboteurs. We do what we say on the tin.
Asylum, the radical mental health magazine, has been running for nearly 40 years, acting as a platform to voice and discuss all perspectives on mental health.
Details soon 🤞
Partisan is a space for independent, community-led DIY and cultural projects.
A Network of Housing and Workers Co-ops Working for Radical Social Change.