We are now taking bookings for stalls for the 2018 Manchester & Salford Anarchist Bookfair.
Interested? Want to find out more? Email email@example.com
So far confirmed:
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”.
Plus (in alphabetical order):
Anarchist Communist Group
The Anarchist Communist Group (ACG) is a revolutionary class struggle organisation, set up in February 2018 by former members of the Anarchist Federation in Great Britain.
Bolton Diggers are an activist group dedicated to keeping alive the commons ideas of Gerrard Winstanley and the original diggers. They are involved in community food growing, anti-fracking, supporting homeless people and the destruction of capitalism. For their latest project they are converting a single-decker bus into a space for homeless people. At the book fair they are providing their speciality Digger Soup (vegan) made from reclaimed ingredients-any donations will go to the homeless project. Death to boring ‘party’ revolutionary politics!
Comma Press is a publishing house based in Manchester. It publishes short story anthologies and single-author collections. Comma is one of Arts Council England’s ‘National Portfolio Organisations and is the founder of the Northern Fiction Alliance.
Dog Section Press
Dog Section Press is a not-for-profit publisher and distributor of seditious literature
Footprint Workers’ Co-op
We are a small printing co-op based in Leeds. We specialise in riso printing because it is beautiful and ecologically more sound that other printing methods. We’ll be selling an assortment of books and zines we’ve printed recently – usually dealing with anarchism, feminism, workers rights, queer issues and ecology.
We’re a workers co-op and member of Radical Routes, run on a consensus basis. We have special rates for other co-ops and for sound political printing.
Haven Distribution- Books to Prisoners
Haven distribution is a charity that sends books to prisoners. They have been active since 1996.
iiii Magazine is an independent arts and culture publication, based in London and Manchester.
International Brigade Memorial Trust
The International Brigade Memorial Trust preserves the values and memory of the men and women who left Britain and Ireland to help the Spanish workers and peasants defend the democratically elected Republican government during the Spanish Civil War of 1936-1939, along with everyone who supported them in the various Aid for Spain organisations at home.
Manchester IWW is a member led, grassroots trade union for all workers in Greater Manchester. We organise in a directly democratic, participatory method, focused on using direct action and solidarity to improve our lives.
LAD$ collective created a 12 issue zine throughout 2018. This served as a platform for women (cis and trans) and non-binary artists who write or make art and don’t get the recognition/visibility they deserve within the punk/squatting scenes.
Manchester University Press
We believe in books that promote positive change, enrich cultural life and push the boundaries of knowledge further. Changing the world one book at a time.
We will be promoting and exhibiting our award-winning global politics magazine with a team of two or three campaigners. Engaging with students and members of the public, we will be aiming to raise awareness of the humanitarian and environmental issues explored within the magazine and offer a free-trial of two issues of the magazine (including one free issue given on the day). We’ll also be giving free books to those signing up on the day and depending on our stock, selling some to those who don’t wish to sign up to the free trial.
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.
Prejudice Me Records
DIY record label and distro that benefits community groups and radical causes.
Radical Routes is a network of radical co-ops whose members are committed to working for positive social change. The network is made up mainly of housing co-ops of various sizes, a few workers co-ops and a couple of social centres.
“School – No Place for Children”: a wake-up call!
Locally-based author David Adelman will be on hand to talk about the book, sign it and sell copies of the paperback now available.
Solidarity Federation (Manchester)
Local anarcho-syndicalist, union dealing with workplace and housing issues and more…
Manchester favourites Teatime Collective will be back will their usual array of 100% vegan Cakes, Pastries and Snacks!
Under The Pavement Radio Show
The long running anarchist radio show broadcast on Manchester’s ALL FM 96.9 community radio station.
Follow the links below for details of stalls at previous Manchester & Salford Anarchist Bookfairs
Stall at Manchester & Salford Anarchist Bookfair 2017
Stalls at Manchester & Salford Anarchist Bookfair 2016
Stalls at Manchester & Salford Anarchist Bookfair 2014
Stalls at Manchester & Salford Anarchist Bookfair 2013