*Please see the COVID-19 policy on our website for more detail.

(image: a detail from the Bookfair 2020 poster. this year's poster coming soon.)

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Hello everyone!

Just a reminder: you have until 11th August to book your stalls and workshops with us.

We will be running a two-day event.

On Saturday 11th September, we are looking forward to seeing you at a real-life event in central London (with COVID measures in place*). If you wish to hold a stall, book here:


On Sunday 12th September, we will be running talks and workshops online. If you wish to present one, book here:


Hi. A small update:

due to the ongoing pandemic, we decided to take a few extra precautions - one of which is the decision that we will not be holding any workshops on the day of the bookfair.

We will hold digital sessions on the 12th instead!

If you'd like to present a talk or workshop on the 12th, fill in the form here: anarchistbookfair.london/apply

If you would like to host a workshop in the week preceding as part of Antiuniversity Festival, go to antiuniversity.org

The entire festival, 4-11 Sept, will take place in person (where possible) and digitally.

Please check out the Antiuni and Bookfair websites for more information.



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To book a stall or a workshop for the Bookfair day, please get in touch with the Bookfair Collective early, as spaces might be limited. The physical event has been scaled down in order to manage the risk of COVID-19, and we will reassess the ongoing situation.

Antiuniversity events will be programmed in the usual way, directly through the Antiuni website. Submissions will be open 3-24 July and the programme will go live in early August.


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Antiuniversity Now x Anarchist Bookfair in London

The Antiuniversity and the Anarchist Bookfair in London are joining forces in 2021 to bring together a week-long Antiuniversity Festival from the 4th to the 10th of September and the Anarchist Bookfair on the 11th of September.


If you have a few quid to spare, please consider a donation to our comrades from Mostra del Llibre Anarquista d'Alacant.

They need a bit of money to pay for the costs of their event this year.


@Freedom_Press is raising money to help with the printing of "A Normal Life" by Vassilis Palaiokostas. Consider contributing if you can afford it!

"A Normal Life is the autobiography of Vassilis Palaiokostas, known to some as the 'Greek Robin Hood', to others as 'the uncatchable'. His is a life of kidnappings and robberies. A life lived in defiance of the police and of the state. For decades it has been a life lived as a fugitive. It is a life led extraordinarily."


You have until Monday to purchase a Bookfair 2020 poster and then the remainder will be used for an art project. Oh no! anarchistbookfair.london/page/


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