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(en) US, New England (A) Bookfair April 21-22 - Update

Date Sun, 12 Mar 2006 17:38:18 +0200

Announcing the return of the...NEW ENGLAND ANARCHIST BOOKFAIR
Friday and Saturday || April 21-22, 2006
1) Friday Night Event
2) Saturday Main Event
3) Call for Workshops
4) Tables
5) Announcement Email List
6) Contact Us
Kickoff Night -- Friday || April 21, 2006 || 7pm-11pm
-Mitchell Verter (editor of Dreams of Freedom) will talk about Mexican
Anarchist Ricardo Flores Magon and contemporary Magonism
-Screening of “Living Room: Space and Place in Infoshop Culture” (a
documentary film)
-Riot Folk acoustic act

In Copley Square at the
Community Church of Boston
565 Boylston St.
Boston, MA


The Bookfair
Saturday || April 22, 2006 || 10am-7pm

-A huge room of book and information tables from distros, radical
bookstores and Infoshops, publishers and local projects
-Speakers, Workshops, Panels discussions and Film Screening
-Keynote address from Mary Christmas (founder of $pread Magazine: a
magazine by and for sex workers of all genders, sexualities, and
backgrounds and their allies)
-More to be announced soon

At the
Massachusetts College of Art
Pozen Center
621 Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA


Greetings and Salutations. The first anarchist bookfair in Boston in far
too many years will take place on Saturday, April 22nd 2006,at the
Massachusetts College of Art. We are looking for people to present
workshops, art, and films of a politically radical nature. Additionally,
any local projects that could benefit from a weekend long influx of warm
bodies are encouraged to get in touch. The deadline for proposals and
submission of film and art will be March 15th, and we will confirm with
people by April 1st.

We encourage workshops on matters both theoretical and practical.

Some workshop currently being worked on:

· Gulf Coast Hurricane Radical Relief · Publishing · Workplace Organizing
· Anti-oppression/Diversity · Class-War Feminists · BU Terror Lab ·

To submit workshop proposals, send an email with Workshops as the title to:



We want you to table! The Bookfair centers around the book and information

We will have 35+ tables available. A few will be set aside for local
groups (who do not need/want a full table for distro) to leave information
and flyers and the such.

To request a table, send an email with Table as the title to:


Tables are available on a sliding scale from $10-25. If you need to
arrange a different pricing scale please let us know. Please include a
short description of your group and the material you intent to distribute
at the Bookfair.


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