Sunday, 6 March 2011

Toronto Anarchist Book Fair, April 16th-17th

I have to say, that's one beautiful poster for the 2011 Toronto Anarchist Book Fair. Here's the actual information:

"It’s time to pause for a minute, think about the city and the world we want to live in, celebrate all we’ve done and make plans for what comes next. It’s time to take inspiration from each other and make connections. It’s time to build bridges in and across our fractured city and our disparate movements. And it’s time to read a few good books.

On April 15th-17th, the Toronto Anarchist Bookfair will be putting forward new theories and kick-starting them into practice with a weekend of workshops, actions, speakers, conversations, new friends, festivities, books and zines. We’re calling out to all anarchist publishers, artists, infoshops, zinesters, activist groups, community organizations and like-minded folks. Tell us what workshops you want to facilitate! Tell us you want to table! Tell us you want to perform! Tell us what other sorts of things you’d like to see happen this year! Dream big!

The Toronto Anarchist bookfair will be held at Steelworkers’ Hall, a barrier-free venue with accessible washrooms. Attendant care, childcare, and food will be available. More details on accessibility will be forthcoming as we put things together, but please get in touch if you have specific questions, thoughts, or requests."

It's not clear whether any TorontoTheBetter members are participating. But I definitely recommend this on behalf of us here regardless...

Check out the event's Facebook page for updates.

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