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When Writing Kersplebedeb from Prison

Many people write to Kersplebedeb from inside u.s. prisons. This note is a basic guide to what to expect and what not to expect when doing so. People in prison normally cannot access my website, so if you are in touch with someone in prison who you know is interested in writing me, maybe print this out and send them a copy.

What i Can Do

1) If you write to me wanting a catalog or to know about books, i will send you a catalog and try to answer your questions. That said, as i get a lot of ...........READ MORE

Castro and Us

All of leftbook seems to have been posting about Cuba and Castro, and in a really weird way this has served as a pretext for rehashing all kinds of 20th century debates. Nostalgia can be a fun drug, but like all fun drugs, best not to do it too often or let it get too serious.   Castro and Cuba were never important to me. Becoming political as an anarchist in the 80s has something to do with this. Not being from an oppressed nation aided by Cuba certainly played a part. Being in canada where honestly besides a smattering of ...........READ MORE
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T-Shirts for Standing Rock

SUPPORT THE WATER PROTECTORS! SOLIDARITY AGAINST COLONIAL TERROR!

Until further notice, from this point on all proceeds from t-shirt sales purchased through this link (https://www.leftwingbooks.net/tshirt/t-shirts-standing-rock) will be donated to support the people resisting colonial terror at Standing Rock.

The only money that will be kept by Kersplebedeb will be what is necessary to pay the paypal fees and the postage to mail you your shirt(s). The remainder will be sent to the official Oceti Sakowin Camp (Seven Council Fires) Fund. The Oceti Sakowin Camp is the main campsite where most water protectors are living and working — donations ...........READ MORE

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Kersplebedeb Pop-Up Book Sale at Concordia

Monday November 28, 10 AM – 6 PM
Concordia University – Hall Building (1455, boulevard de Maisonneuve Ouest)
2nd Floor at the Kiosk just outside The Hive cafe

Looking for radical literature for the holidays?

Come to the Kiosk (on the second floor of the Hall Building, just outside the cafe entrance) on Monday November 28th to say hi to Kersplebedeb, and to check out all of our books!

We will be tabling at the kiosk all day on Monday — there will be books on special, as well as titles from PM Press, AK Press, and many others — ...........READ MORE