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10th Annual San Francisco Anarchist Book Fair
March 26th is almost upon us. Better book your flights soon.
Speakers confirmed so far include:
Barry Pateman - archivist at the Kate Sharpley Library, and senior editor at the Emma Goldman Papers. The most recent volume of Emma Goldman - A Documentary History Of The American Years Volume 2: Making Speech Free, 1902-1909 has just been published by University of California Press,and he has authored introductions to both the new edition of Alexander Berkman's 'What Is Anarchism' and The Voltairine De Cleyre Reader
Ward Churchill - reknowned scholar activist and troublemaker is the author and editor of numerous books and audio CDs. His latest work is On The Justice Of Roosting Chickens
Eric Drooker - legendary graphic artist whose work has graced a thousand walls, posters, t shirts and book covers. His seminal novel without words, Flood! is now available again in a new elegant edition
Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz - pioneering feminist, and perennial activist is the author of two (to date) autobiographies - Red Dirt: Growing Up Okie, and her memoir of the 60s, Outlaw Woman
Peter Werbe is an editor of Fifth Estate, the longest-running anarchist journal in America today.
Chris Carlsson spent 13 years stealing office supplies to produce Processed World, a zine that chronicled the drudgery of 9-to-5 desk jobs. He helped bring Critical Mass into being, and created SHAPING SAN FRANCISCO: The Interactive Multimedia Excavation of the Lost History of San Francisco
Entartete Künst (German for 'degenerate art') is an anarcho-electro/hip-hoppers put out political electronic music that fuses low- and high-brow culture (think dark, slow hip-hop with Noam Chomsky samples) into a potent mix that challenges the status quo.
From BART, get off at Powell, and take the 71 Noriega to 9th and Lincoln. You can see it from there. You can't miss it. It's right inside the park, in the San Francisco County Fair Building.