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Montreal Anarchist Bookfair

Posted on August 4th, 2022 in AK Authors!, Events

This weekend on August 6th & 7th, join us for the Montreal Anarchist Bookfair. Don’t forget to swing by the AK Press table to say hi and grab some books! This event is free and open for anarchists and people curious about anarchism. For event details, click here. Location & Accessibility The Anarchist Bookfair takes […]

Kung Li Sun @ Charis Circle

Posted on July 24th, 2022 in AK Authors!

On Wednesday, August 31st at 7:00pm EDT, join author Kung Li Sun, Mary Hooks, and Charis Books & More for a book launch event celebrating the release of Begin the World Over. Register here. Charis welcomes Kung Li Sun in conversation with Mary Hooks for a celebration of Begin the World Over, a revolutionary tale of […]

Tom Wetzel @ Lost City Books (Virtual Event)

On Saturday July 15th at 7:30pm ET, join author Tom Wetzel for a virtual event at Lost City Books where they will discuss Overcoming Capitalism: Strategy for the Working Class in the 21st Century. RSVP here. Overcoming Capitalism is a book about strategy, particularly how the powerless can get the upper hand. And it’s written for everyone—not […]

Kristian Williams @ Small Friend (In-Person Event)

On Sunday, July 10 at 6pm, join Kristian Williams for a book launch event at Small Friend Records & Books to celebrate the release of Gang Politics: Revolution, Repression, and Crime. Registration not required. In Gang Politics, Kristian Williams examines our society’s understanding of social and political violence, what gets romanticized, misunderstood, or muddled. He explores […]

Kristian Williams @ Lost City Books (In-Person Event)

On Thursday, July 7 at 7pm, join Kristian Williams for a book launch event at Lost City Books to celebrate the release of Gang Politics: Revolution, Repression, and Crime. Register here. In Gang Politics, Kristian Williams examines our society’s understanding of social and political violence, what gets romanticized, misunderstood, or muddled. He explores the complex intersections […]

Kristian Williams @ Red Emma’s (In-Person Event)

On Wednesday, July 6 at 7pm, join Kristian Williams for a book launch event at Red Emma’s to celebrate the release of Gang Politics: Revolution, Repression, and Crime. Register here. In Gang Politics, Kristian Williams examines our society’s understanding of social and political violence, what gets romanticized, misunderstood, or muddled. He explores the complex intersections between […]

21st Century Unionism with Tom Wetzel & James Tracy(Virtual Event)

On July 5th at 7:00pm ET, join labor historian Tom Wetzel in conversation with community organizer James Tracy for this virtual event about Wetzel’s latest book, Overcoming Capitalism: Strategy for the Working Class in the 21st Century. Register here. Overcoming Capitalism is a book about strategy, particularly how the powerless can get the upper hand. And […]

Kristian Williams @ Wooden Shoe (In-Person Event)

On Sunday, July 3 at 7pm, join Kristian Williams for a book launch event at Wooden Shoe Books to celebrate the release of Gang Politics: Revolution, Repression, and Crime. Registration not required! In Gang Politics, Kristian Williams examines our society’s understanding of social and political violence, what gets romanticized, misunderstood, or muddled. He explores the […]

Kimberly Dark @ RABA MARFA (In-Person Event)

This Saturday at 6:30 PM, join RABA MARFA for an evening with professor, storyteller and writer Kimberly Dark alongside Agave Marfa and Pride Marfa Festival. Copies of Damaged Like Me will be available and we encourage you check out Kimberly’s inspirational work. People who have been damaged, thrown away, marginalized, or traumatized are more capable […]

Living Altars: Disabled QTBIPOC Transforming Pandemic Grief (Virtual Event)

On Wednesday, June 15th at 7PM PT, come witness legendary disabled QTBIPOC writers—living and dead—share work about grief, survival and the futures we’re dreaming despite everything. Register here. Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha is a queer disabled writer, space creator, couch and porch witch and disability justice movement worker of Burgher/Tamil Sri Lankan and Irish/ Galicia Roman […]