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Hamilton Anarchist Bookfair: March 3rd and 4th

The Hamilton Anarchist Bookfair – Saturday, March 3 and Sunday, March 4, 2018 – takes place at Westdale Secondary School (700 Main St. W. MAP) Easily accessible from the 403 and a quick bus ride from MacNab Terminal in the downtown Hamilton area.

At the bookfair there is dozens of booksellers, zinesters, distributors and organizing groups from all over Hamilton, Ontario, North America, and beyond, sharing their publications and materials, most of which are hard or impossible to find at mainstream book stores. Many of the materials are available for free, and much of it is published specifically to ...........READ MORE


Ontario and Quebec speaking tour: “Anti/Fascism in the USA,” April 19-24, 2017

Anti/Fascism in the USA

We are living in troubling times. The election of Donald Trump not only speaks to the current state of US politics, but to an ongoing shift across the Western world. In Europe far-right and nationalist parties are making electoral gains not seen since the Second World War, while their street level movements are growing in size and influence by the day. While Canada has it’s own unique history of reactionary movements, the far-right here has been emboldened by the events south of the border; racists are increasing their public activities, and attempts are being made to ...........READ MORE


Portland, OR March 10 — Fade to Black: Political Prisoner Jalil Muntaqim Book Release & Fundraiser

THE JERICHO MOVEMENT PRESENTS Fade to Black: Political Prisoner Jalil Muntaqim Book Release & Fundraiser

WHEN: Thursday March 10th 2016, 7:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.
WHERE: Social Justice Action Center,
400 SE 12th Portland Oregon

$5-10 sliding scale donation @ door!
All ages and open to the public!


Join us for another amazing political education/fundraising community event. The event will help to promote the recent book release of Jalil Muntaqim. Jalil is a Political Prisoner and Prisoner of War from the Black Liberation Movement. He organized with the Black Panther Party in the Bay area and was underground with the ...........READ MORE


February 27 in Buffalo, NY: Escaping the Prism Book Launch!

WHEN: Saturday, February 27at 5:30 PM – 7 PM
WHERE: El Buen Amigo & LACA Non-Profit, 114 Elmwood Ave, Buffalo, New York 14201

Come celebrate Black History Month & launch the newly revised edition of Black Panther political prisoner Jalil Muntaqim ‘s Escaping the Prism, with afterword by Ward Churchill.

Jalil Muntaqim is one of the many victims of the notorious COINTELPRO program that targeted, harassed, vilified, falsely imprisoned and outright murdered members of revolutionary groups like the Black Panther Party, the American Indian Movement and the Chicano Liberation movements. He has spent over 45 years behind bars ...........READ MORE


4 Free Ebooks from Kersplebedeb Publishing

Since 1998 Kersplebedeb has been an important source of radical literature and agit prop materials. The project has a non-exclusive focus on anti-patriarchal and anti-imperialist politics, framed within an anticapitalist perspective, with particular attention being paid to the experiences of armed organizations, and political and radical prisoners.

Celebrate the past year’s new books from Kersplebedeb — 4 ebook versions of Kersplebedeb books are available for free for five days on Amazon:

Lumpen: The Autobiography of Ed Mead ( When a thirteen-year-old Mead ends up in the Utah State Industrial School, a prison for boys, it is ...........READ MORE


Ottawa Anti-Prison Triple Launch, January 28th (Certain Days, Escaping the Prism, Lumpen)

WHERE: University of Ottawa, Gradate Student Association, 601 Cumberland, Room GSAED 307 (in the same building as Cafe Nostalgica — see map below)

WHEN: Thursday, January 28th – 7pm

– Certain Days Freedom for Political Prisoners Calendar 2016
– Escaping the Prism … Fade to Black, Poetry and Essays by Jalil Muntaqim
– Lumpen: The Autobiography of Ed Mead


Join us for an evening of conversation, poetry, and celebration against prisons, as we launch the Certain Days calendar, and two new books from Kersplebedeb Publishing: Escaping ...........READ MORE


Hamilton Book Launch: Ed Mead’s Lumpen & Jalil Muntaqim’s Escaping the Prism … Fade to Black

Hamilton: A Double Book Launch for “Lumpen: The Autobiography of Ed Mead”, and “Escaping the Prism… Fade to Black: Essays and Poetry” by Jalil Muntaqim

Monday, November 16 at 7:00pm – 9:00pm
The Tower, 281 Cannon St E, Hamilton, Ontario

Come out for an evening with former political prisoner and longtime revolutionary Ed Mead, who will join us via Skype to chat about his recently published autobiography, “Lumpen”. We will be launching both Ed’s book, as well as Jalil Muntaqim’s book of poetry, Escaping the Prism, recently banned at Attica prison. Karl Kersplebedeb will also be present with ...........READ MORE


Anti-Prison TRIPLE LAUNCH: Certain Days, Lumpen, Escaping the Prism [Montreal]

Friday November 27 @ 6pm
1500 de Maisonneuve O. #204


Join us for an evening of conversation, poetry, and celebration against prisons, as we launch the 2016 Certain Days calendar, and two new books from Kersplebedeb Publishing by BPP/BLA political prisoner Jalil Muntaqim, and anti-prison revolutionary (and former political prisoner) Ed Mead, who will join us by skype.

This event is FREE; the Certain Days calendar and books from Kersplebedeb Publications will be sold.

Food will be served at 6pm

Traduction chuchotée disponible de l’anglais vers le français

Space is wheelchair accessible

Childcare available on site


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Halifax Double Book Launch: LUMPEN (Ed Mead) and ESCAPING THE PRISM (Jalil Muntaqim)

WHEN: Saturday, October 24at 7:00pm
WHERE: Plan B Halifax, 2180 Gottingen Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia B3K 3B2

Comrades in Halifax, Nova Scotia, have organized the first joint book launch for Lumpen: The Autobiography of Ed Mead and Escaping the Prism … Fade to Black by Jalil Muntaqim. Ed Mead will be joining via Skype, and they will be showing the documentary short about Black Liberation Army political prisoner Jalil Muntaqim to mark the release of Ed and Jalil’s books by Kersplebedeb.


More than a memoir, Lumpen: The Autobiography of Ed Mead ...........READ MORE


Toronto and Montreal Book Launches of The Communist Necessity

Join J. Moufawad-Paul on September 25 in Toronto or (and!) September 28 in Montreal, where he will be presenting his recent book, The Communist Necessity.

A sleek and punchy treatise about the problems of social movementism and the need for a “new return” to a revolutionary communist tradition, The Communist Necessity is a philosophical intervention that forces the reader to think through the problems presented by contemporary capitalism that are not answered by mainstream left-wing theories of organization and strategy inherited from the anti-globalization movement.

According to Robert Biel, author of The Entropy of Capitalism, Moufawad-Paul’s book is ...........READ MORE