Active local history group with website and Facebook. Pilning and Severn Beach, villages beside the Bristol Channel to the west of the city. Founded in 1999, the history group has since produced publications and newsletters on local history, and has assembled a a collection of archival documents and photographs relating to the local area. The Group's heritage trail is well worth checking out if you live in or are visting these villages. See website for further information and membership details.
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Mute is an online magazine dedicated to exploring culture and politics after the net. Mute combines biannual issues dedicated to specific topics (Precarious Labour, The Knowledge Commons, etc) with regularly updated articles and reviews. The site also features ongoing coverage of relevant news and events contributed by ourselves and our readers. As well as the online magazine, Mute also publishes a biannual magazine in print (aka Mute Vol. 3), which features selections from current issues […]
Small publisher producing texts on radicals of the 19th C including Henry Hunt and William Cobbett.
Pluto Press has a proud history of publishing the very best in progressive, critical thinking across politics and the social sciences. We are an independent company based in London, with a sales and marketing office in the U.S. and distribution rights throughout the world.
One of the largest radical book publishers in the English-speaking world.
Autonomedia is an autonomous zone for arts radicals in both old and new media. We publish books on radical media, politics and the arts that seek to transcend party lines, bottom lines and straight lines. We also maintain the Interactivist Info Exchange, an online forum for discourse and debate on themes relevant to the books we publish.
A huge collection of ready to print zines on a variety of subjects including anarchism, cooking, ecology and technology.
No Quarter is an excellent zine from Calgary, Canada that explores radical history and its connections to a radical present from an anarchist perspective and from outside the academy. It is an unusual and innovative use of the 'zine' medium to investigate hidden history. Past topics have included radical pirates, social banditry, anarchist illegalism, the English revolution and millenarian revolt. There are extensive booklists with numerous quality reviews by the author. BRHG highly reccommend […]
Breviary Stuff Publications is concerned with ‘history from below’, the history of ordinary people and our perpetual struggles for some fairness and freedom from the oppression that we have been and are forced to endure in our daily lives. We are not concerned with the history of ‘great men‘, the wealthy, the powerful, the famous. We are interested in what ordinary people felt about the situations that they found themselves in, how their lives were shaped by them, how they reacted to them, the […]