Filed under: Milwaukee area, update | Tags: anarchy, anti-capitalist, anti-state, books, burnt bookmobile, communism, discourse, distro, end, midwest, milwaukee
After almost 9 years of running a distro the Burnt Bookmobile no longer exists. Perhaps it will change name and form and resurface, with new intent and function. Where an absence is felt by this loss it is encouraged that others take on a similar project of circulating ideas, encouraging critical discourse, to find others (as many have through this project over the years) and to challenge and provoke each other to become ever powerful and potent in our lives and our thoughts, which are inseparable.
The website will remain up and archived as long as wordpress will let it.
If there are questions about how to start such a project please contact us at blowedupwisconsin at gmail dot com.
(perhaps something will be written that reflects more on the project rather than simply announcing its end in the near future.)
-Phantom Limbs of the Burnt Bookmobile
Filed under: update | Tags: anarchist, anarchists, anarchy, bad kidz, bedlam, bookfair, books, distro, festival of anarchy, Minneapolis, the middle finger, twin cities
The Burnt Bookmobile and friends will be tabling at this. We are somehow listed as one of the first bunch of participating vendors. Since and because of the NYC Anarchist Bookfair we’ve been accumulating a lot of new books and will surely have more by the time this comes around.
About the Twin Cities Anarchist Bookfair:
“The 11th and 12th of this September, anarchists will be having a Bookfair and Festival in the Twin Cities! Filled with radical distros, publishers, artists, music, crafters, workshops, skillshares, speakers and much more!
We will highlight Midwest anarchy and want to focus on this area, but we welcome radicals from far and wide to share with us.
The Bookfair portion of the festival will be held at the Bedlam Theatre in the West Bank community of Minneapolis on both the 11th & 12th of September. General Admission will be free with donations accepted. The Bedlam Theatre will be able to host the bulk of the activities, but some will be in other venues on the West Bank depending on the confirmed participation.
For more information visit our website http://www.tcanarchist.wordpress.com“