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(en) Britain, Who controls Bristols media? Bristle* mag no.18 out soon

From Worker <a-infos-en@ainfos.ca>
Date Wed, 8 Dec 2004 16:52:29 +0100 (CET)


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We at Bristle Publishing Collective are delighted to unleash on
you our latest print media offering issue 17 (out on 09.2004). Our print
run may be small compared to the big fry, but we've got lots to say, and
once again we dare to dream, and report on those willing to act.
With an exclusive cover designed by local artist Chitra
Merchant, this issue has in-depth news and comments on
topics ranging from the Sainsbury's milk blockades, to
anti-war activities, to Captain Swing (remember him?). We
take a look back at the Solsbury Hill campaign 10 years ago,
just as new roads threaten to blight our countryside; and take a
look inside New Labour's dream of prisons without bars.
Chuck in some direct action reports; anarchists taking down
walls in Israel, and rebuilding them at Kebele Kulture Projekt;
mix in some reviews & history lessons; batter some billboards;
bristle in Bath, and you are halfway there.

Then there's the special on the media. Anarchist
606 took time out to write exclusively for us on the carve up,
control and incestuous links of Bristol's media outlets.
Councillor Eddy features in our corporate grime n slime
critique, and the E/Post gets a rollicking for anti-social media
behaviour. There's a heartfelt plea for the ongoing need
for alternative print media, and a history of recent radical print
media. Lastly there's a nod of respect to our friends at
Schnews, and a welcome to those behind Radio Dialect. Plus
there are contact details for all the groups guaranteed to get up
the establishments nose.

Get yer 40 page, Bristle no.17 from the outlets below, or send a
cheque payable to 'bristle', for &1.50, to
Bristle, Box 25, Greenleaf Books, 82 Colston St, Bristol, BS1
5BB. Or why not sell Bristle, make money, and meet people?
Contact us at bristlemag@yahoo.co.uk for details, or call into
Kebele (14 Robertson Rd, Easton, Bristol, BS5).

Bristle magazine is put out by a small voluntary collective
playing it's part in the struggle to change the world. We
welcome articles, graphics, photos, cartoons etc that fit in with
our basic ethos & ideals (read the mag!). The collective meets
regularly and would be dead keen if you wanna get involved
from distro to dtp. Get in touch!

Special fundraiser artist Chitra Merchant has donated a
number of screen prints of the original front cover artwork. If
you want one contact us for price details.

Outlets -
Bristol
Big Saver Off Licence (St Marks Rd, Easton), BRB
International Store (Stapleton Rd, Easton), Bristol Genuine
Seedbank (Old Market), Bristol News (Jamaica St), Chelsea
Inn (Chelsea Rd, Easton), Circle Books (North St,
Bedminster), Cube Cinema (Dove St), Customer's
Choice (Fishponds Rd, Eastville), Eat the Beat (St. Nicholas
St), Galliford Stores (Picton St, Montpelier), Greenbank Post
Office, Greenleaf Bookshop (Colston St), Harvest Natural
Foods (Gloucester Rd), Here (Stokes Croft), A. Jones
(Fishponds Rd), Kebele (Robertson Rd, Easton), La Ruca
(Gloucester Rd), Lifestyle (Stokes Croft), Lower Easton Post
Office, Sonnis Food and Wines (Mina Rd, St Werburghs), One
Planet (Picton St, Montpelier), The Plough (Easton), Replay
Records (East St, Bedminster), Royce Rolls cafe
(St Nicholas market), St Werburgh's City Farm Cafe
(Watercress Rd, St Werburghs), Stokes Croft Post Office,
Tangy (Stapleton Rd, Easton), Windmill News (Church Rd,
Redfield).

Bath
Groovement Records (Walcot St), Happy Daze (Walcot St),
Harvest Natural Foods (Walcot St), Porter Butt (London Rd).

Totnes
Harlequin Books

London
At freedom Books & 56A Info Shop via Active Distribution
(www.activedistribution.org)

- e-mail: bristlemag@yahoo.co.uk
Homepage: http://www.bristle.org.uk
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* Bristle Magazine - Anarchist magazine from and about Bristol.


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