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(en) Canada, May 17, 2003: Montreal's 4th Anarchist Bookfair (updated info)

From lombrenoire <lombrenoire@dojo.tao.ca>
Date Mon, 17 Feb 2003 11:16:14 +0100 (CET)

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[February 17, 2003 --- This is the second callout for Montreal's Fourth
Annual Anarchist Bookfair, to take place on May 17, 2003. This e-mail
includes new info about workshops, tables, the Festival of Anarchy, and
much more. If you would like to reserve a table, give a workshop, or help
publicize the bookfair locally, please read below and get in touch. For
updates, please consult our webpage: http://www.tao.ca/~lombrenoire. The
most recent updates are included below.]

[Original callout]

Announcing ... The 4th Annual ..
part of the Festival of Anarchy

Saturday, May 17, 2003
10am - 6pm
2515, rue Delisle
(near metro Lionel-Groulx)

Now in it's fourth year, the Montreal Anarchist Bookfair is the largest
anarchist bookfair in northeastern North America, and an important
exchange of anarchist and anti-authoritarian ideas for anarchist and
non-anarchists alike, in both English and French.

The Festival of Anarchy will also include a separate day dedicated to
workshops on Sunday, May 18, 2003 (at 1710 rue Beaudry), as well as events
involving films, poetry, exhibitions, readings, presentations, speakers
and much more throughout the month of May.

If you have ideas, proposals or suggestions for bookfair-related events,
including workshops, please get in touch.

For more information, or updates:
bookfair2003@ziplip.com * 514-844-3207

---> UPDATES <---

Organizing Collective is making an extra effort to obtain anarchist,
anti-authoritarian and left-libertarian literature, magazines, books, and
zines, in English, French and Spanish, from all over the world. While not
all booksellers or distributors might be able to attend the bookfair in
person, the bookfair collective will try to have these items available for
distribution and sale at the bookfair. Please pass on your tips, leads and
contacts to bookfair2003@ziplip.com.

BOOKFAIR TABLES ---> This year's new bookfair location will have more
space, but tables will still be limited. If you want to have space at the
bookfair, PLEASE RESERVE IN ADVANCE. You can reserve table space by
writing bookfair2003@ziplip.com. Please write us before April 1, 2003, and
please include a brief description of your group, as well as how much
table space you might need. Bookfair tables will be charged a fee, based
on a sliding scale.

HELP WITH PUBLICITY ---> If you are able to promote the Montreal Anarchist
Bookfair locally (distributing flyers and posters), please get in touch,
and we'll send you materials. If you maintain a webpage, we encourage you
to link to our site: http://www.tao.ca/~lombrenoire. And, if you
publishing a magazine, paper or zine before May 2003, let us know if
you're willing to run a promotion for the Montreal Bookfair.

MONTREAL-AREA POSTERING ---> Each year, the bookfair collective aims to
poster widely throughout Montreal, including outlying neighborhoods. If
you can help with postering efforts, please get in touch.

WORKSHOPS ---> Again this year, the Anarchist Bookfair will include
several workshops. Introductory-style workshops will take place on May 17
(at 2515, rue Delisle during the bookfair itself), while more in-depth
workshops will take place on May 18 at 1710, rue Beaudry. If you would
like to present a workshop, please send along your workshop proposal
BEFORE March 17th to bookfair2003@ziplip.com. Your proposal should include
a title, workshop description, language of workshop, and mini-bio of the

FESTIVAL OF ANARCHY EVENTS ---> We strongly encourage you to inform us
about your events before April 1, 2003, to coordinate the calendar of
events. To date, the following Festival of Anarchy events are scheduled to
take place:

--> May 1: Mayday contingent or demonstration (details to be confirmed)
--> May 3-5: Conference on Anti-Patriarchal Struggles within the Anarchist
Movement, with the participation of Martha Ackelsberg, author of "Free
Women of Spain". Please send workshop ideas for this conference to
--> May 15: Slideshow with New York City artist Eric Drooker (to be
--> May 16: Poetry Night
--> May 17: Anarchist Bookfair, 10am-6pm
--> May 18: Day of Workshops

Other proposed events include a film festival, benefit show, lectures,
roundtables and much more.

For more information, or updates:
bookfair2003@ziplip.com * 514-844-3207

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