On the shelves in NYC, Buffalo, and Montreal!
Following this year’s anarchist book fairs in NYC and Montreal, we are excited to add a few more bookstores to the list of independent booksellers carrying our books in the United States and Canada. We always encourage our readers to buy books from radical bookstores wherever possible. In doing so, you help support these important community institutions that provide much needed organizing space for radicals and revolutionaries who are committed to grassroots social change.
(These are only the most recent additions. For a more complete list of stores where you can find our books, please click here.)
Bluestockings is a radical bookstore, fair trade cafe, and activist center in the Lower East Side of Manhattan. The bookstore carries over 6,000 titles on topics such as feminism, queer and gender studies, global capitalism, police and prisons, and black studies. They also hosts readings, workshops, performances, discussions and films almost every night.
(Visit Bluestockings at 172 Allen Street, New York, NY 10002, or online at www.bluestockings.com)
Burning Books is a radical bookstore, community center, and infoshop in Buffalo, New York. The store opened in 2011 and sells books related to historical freedom struggles, social justice movements, environmental struggles, and other movements for radical social change. In the short time that Burning Books has been open, the store has also hosted events from such notable speakers as Ward Churchill, Victoria Law, Scott Crow, Lisa Factora-Borchers, John Kane, Aaron Dixon, Richard X Clark, and Bill Ayers.
(Visit Burning Books at 420 Connecticut Street, Buffalo, NY 14213, or shop online at www.burningbooksbuffalo.com)
Librairie anarchiste L’Insoumise is an anarchist bookstore in Montreal, Quebec, carrying over 3,000 new and used books–in French and English–related to social movement history and anarchist politics. The store also sells a variety of CDs, DVDs, t-shirts, posters, patches, zines, and pins.
(Visit the store at 2033 St-Laurent Blvd, Montreal, or online at www.insoumise.wordpress.com)