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Friday April 05 2013
04:00 PM

Zagreb Anarchist Bookfair 2013

category international | anarchist movement | anarchist communist event author Tuesday January 08, 2013 03:31author by Anarhisticki sajam knjigaauthor email anarhisticki.sajam.knjiga at gmail dot com Report this post to the editors

The Ninth Anarchist Bookfair in Zagreb will take place on April 5th to April 7th, 2013. Anarchist Bookfair in Zagreb (ASK - Anarhisticki sajam knjiga) is annual anarchist event that aims to become a long-term, developing project. First eight bookfairs went well, and we hope to bring in more and more people every year as participants, publishers, groups, projects - whoever is interested in what the bookfair has to offer.

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For discussion part everything is open, as every year, so all suggestions, ideas, etc are welcome, as well as texts that you find interesting for further debate.

ASK takes place in Zagreb every spring, as a local resource for anarchist and libertarian books and other publications. We also aim to open discussion on subjects that are important for the anarchist movement, or for our local community.

The idea for such a bookfair is not new, but is based on the positive experience of other Anarchist Bookfairs. In many different situations, these bookfairs have proven to be important events and meeting places on both local and international levels.
This is why we need your help - come and support this event with solidarity and participation!

If you can't come to our bookfair, you can consider sending some free publications, posters and other material. Also, you can consider sending books and other publications for sale, we will organise stall for all of you that can't come, but would like to present your work at the bookfair. Contact us at anarhisticki.sajam.knjiga@gmail.com about details, address to send stuff to, etc.

Participation

To help us organize the Bookfair and finish the program on time, we need you to confirm your participation soon as possible. Our e-mail address is: anarhisticki.sajam.knjiga@gmail.com

Get in touch and let us know in which way you would like to participate. Here are a few questions, and we welcome any additional information.

Also, let us know if you need accommodation. There are a few alternatives, but we need all the details soon as possible.

Some of the details that we need from you:

1. Questions for all guests coming from outside Zagreb:

- how you want to participate?
- would you like to do presentation, workshop or discussion at bookfair?
- do you need help with accommodation (Free sleeping places are limited)

2. If you would like a stall:

- how big of a stall do you need?
- do you need help at your stall?
- can you help with the costs of the Bookfair? (This is not a condition to have a stall, stalls are free.)
- we need some basic information about you (contact, what books/publishers you distribute [not list, just short info]...)

You can download bookfair poster from our web page. To download it go to http://www.ask-zagreb.org/anarchist-bookfair-zagreb-201...3.pdf

Program is still not finished, we'll update it as soon as we know more details.

For more information:
web: www.ask-zagreb.org
e-mail: anarhisticki.sajam.knjiga@gmail.com

Related Link: http://www.ask-zagreb.org
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