Oklahoma Infoshop Opens
The Third Space infoshop and lending library is open in Norman, Oklahoma. It features radical, revolutionary, and progressive social theory; philosophy, history, race, class and gender studies; art, literature, DIY manuals, and guides; plus a selection of over eight hundred books. They feature a collection of over one thousand ‘zines, magazines, and periodicals, as well as a small collection of audio and video material, and a public internet terminal.
The organizers view the infoshop as providing a social space, safe place, and organizing venue for anarchists, radicals and other activists in central Oklahoma. They plan discussion groups and will make the space available for meetings and events. It’s at 813 College Ave., near the University of Oklahoma. Look for the rainbow flag. 405–307-8594; email athirdspace – at – riseup – dot – net
Muddin’ at the Mountain
First Annual Short Mountain Sanctuary
Natural Building Workshop May 6th-9th, 2005
Learn how to work with abundant and affordable natural materials–earth, sand & straw–to create durable and beautiful shelter. In this 3-day hands-on building workshop at Short Mountain Sanctuary we will put finishing touches on several residential structures, build an outdoor community bread oven, and see slide shows of natural buildings from around the world.
Instructors: Janell Kapoor & Meka Bunch of Kleiwerks Natural Building.
Kleiwerks is an international grassroots natural building organization.
Suggested contribution: Sliding scale $250-$150 for 3 days, including all meals & camping. Some work-trade, barters, and scholarships are available.
Visit www.kleiwerks.com; Call or write Socket (workshop registrar) at (615) 563-4397; 247 Sanctuary Lane, Liberty, TN. 37095
pinksocket – at -yahoo – dot – com
Montreal’s 6th Annual Anarchist Bookfair
Saturday, May 21, 2005, 10am-6pm, 2515 rue Delisle (near Lionel-Groulx metro), MONTREAL, QUEBEC
For more information and updates: 514–859-9090
anarchistbookfair – at – taktic – dot – org
The Montreal Anarchist Bookfair and Festival of Anarchy is the largest anarchist event in North America, and an important exchange of anarchist and anti-authoritarian ideas. The Bookfair is for anarchists and non-anarchists alike, in French and English, with participants from all over North America and beyond. Founded in May 2000, the bookfair is now entering its sixth year.
Anarchist Bookfair events include book and information tables, workshops, readings, films, presentations, walking tours and much more. Once again, the Anarchist Bookfair will be followed on Sunday, May 22–by a full day dedicated to anarchist-themed workshops and presentations. As in the past, a “Festival of Anarchy” will take place during the weeks preceding the Bookfair, with diverse events organized by anarchist and anti-authoritarian groups and individuals.
Proposal callouts for workshops, presentations, art exhibits, films, Festival of Anarchy events and tables are included. We look forward to your suggestions and contributions!
2nd International Anarchist & Libertarian Book Fair & 3rd Festival of Art & Anarchy
Florence, Italy, September 2005 (exact date t.b.a.)
Contact: Archivio Famiglia Berneri–Aurelio Chessa
Via Tavolata, 6
42100 Reggio Emilia
Tel: 0522 439323
Email: archivioberneri- at – hotmail – dot – com