Anarchist Library “Die Sturmflut” at Radical Bookfair 2016

Anarchist library “Die Sturmflut” will bring a selection of their books and a couple of easy chairs, so make yourself at home and who knows? maybe it’s possible to read Emma Goldmanns autobiography in just two days time!

[DEUTSCHSPRACHIGE ANKÜNDIGUNG STEHT UNTER DER ENGLISCHEN]

On Sunday afternoon (around 3PM), “Die Sturmflut” will bring their literary evening (usually held in LiZ) to the Radical Bookfair: the idea is to share the idea of freedom in the form of radical literature by having short readings/book presentations chosen by the participants (you!). And as it is Sunday afternoon, why not have some cake with that? If you would like to read a text or present a book, write a short mail to the library collective, or just turn up on time! The only condition is that the text has to have a subversive core or a link to anti-authoritarian ideas or struggles.

You can write the anarchist library at sturmflut@riseup.net

 

“Propaganda der Tarte” goes radical bookfair
DER LESE-ABEND IN DER ANARCHISTISCHEN BIBLIOTHEK -DIE STURMFLUT-

Revolte braucht vieles: Ideen, Waffen, Bücher, Torte…
Um Ideen der Freiheit zu verbreiten und die Schätze in der anarchistischen Bibliothek zugänglich zu machen, werden wir kurze Lesungen und Vorstellungen von anarchistischen und anderen subversiven Büchern hören und dabei Tarte, Torte und Kuchen essen. Wenn du selbst Lust habt, bei einem kommenden Propaganda der Tarte Abend zu lesen, schreib uns eine Mail oder komm einfach vorbei. Einzige Voraussetzung ist, dass dein Text einen subversiven Kern- bzw. einen Bezug zu anti-autoritären Ideen
und Kämpfen hat.

Sonst immer regelmäßig unregelmäßig in der
anarchistischen Bibliothek -Die Sturmflut-
im LiZ (Libertäres Zentrum), Karolinenstr. 21, Hinterhaus, HH, U2-Messehallen
Kontakt: sturmflut@riseup.net

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One Response to Anarchist Library “Die Sturmflut” at Radical Bookfair 2016

  1. Apu says:

    Reblogged this on Theo collective.

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