Rebel Press News – October 2013


Updates from your local anarchist publishers.

imminent rebellion 12 out now

We’ve just published a new issue of imminent rebellion, our irregular journal of anarchist writing. This issue includes stories about Somali ‘pirates’ vs pirates, the Urewera trial, asset sales, local anarchist history, interviews with an amazing Aboriginal activist, with a member of the Kurdish Anarchist Federation, and with sex workers' rights activists in India and Uganda. You can buy a copy or download it for free here.

Rabble Rousers & Merry Pranksters back in stock

We have new stock of the brilliant anarchist history, Rabble Rousers and Merry Pranksters by Toby Boraman. The book is a bottom-up social history of anarchism in New Zealand from the 1950s to the 1980s.  You can order the book or download it for free here

Upcoming titles

We are anticipating publishing two exciting social histories in the next wee while. One is a comprehensive history of vegetarianism in New Zealand entitled The Compassionate Contrarians: the Stories of Vegetarians and Animal Rights Activists in Aotearoa New Zealand, from the 1950s to the 21st Century. The other is a history of the IWW in New Zealand titled A World to Win: The Industrial Workers of the World in Early 20th Century New Zealand. We’ll be working hard to finish up editing, design, layout and printing of these two volumes over the next couple of months.

Please support us

Money's getting tight and we are in need of some financial support to keep our work going. Please consider becoming a ‘comrade’ of Rebel Press: for a donation of $5/month or more you will get a free copy of each new title we publish. This kind of support makes it easier for us to manage our office expenses, keep prices down and continue producing good works. Of course, we would greatly appreciate any donation you feel you can afford. Our bank account is Kiwibank: Rebel Press 38-9006-0817012-00.
— The Rebel Press collective


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