Posts Tagged ‘Literature’

Review – The Naked Guide to Cider by James Russell

Posted on June 5th, 2013 by Luther Blissett

We discovered the revised 2nd edition of the Naked Guide to Cider by James Russell on sale at the Bristol Anarchist Bookfair earlier this year. Tangent Books were selling it on their stall. After a short conversation that involved singing the praises of Herefordshire cider over the Somerset varieties it became clear that Tangent Books […]

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London Anarchist Bookfair 2012

Posted on October 21st, 2012 by RebelBull

On Saturday 27th October the annual London Anarchist Bookfair is being held. It’s the biggest event in the UK anarchist calender, with stalls from hundreds of different activist groups, campaigns and publishers. As well as these, there are discussion meetings, talks, workshops, films and more. Hereford Heckler will have a stall there as usual, with […]

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For the benefit of Mr Keyte?

Posted on July 6th, 2012 by Luther Blissett

Hesitantly entering the ungovernable nether regions of the bloggerati. On a mission to inject fever back into football. Using classically-lucrative Jekyll and Hyde press formula – build ‘em up, then knock ‘em down . This must be the way to popular acclaim for an otherwise-ethical journo. So follow this twisted mantra as I crash sideways […]

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Review- Disbelief 101: A Young Persons Guide to Atheism

Posted on May 24th, 2012 by Luther Blissett

Imagine there’s an Invisible Flying Clown, or IFC. This IFC is an all powerful force that created the whole universe only 6000 years ago. All he asks is that you believe in him and his son. His son was born of a virgin, walked on water, healed the sick by touching them, was killed then […]

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New radical bookshop opens in Bristol

Posted on November 27th, 2011 by RebelBull

Hydra Books, a new radical bookshop, coffee shop and meeting space was opened in Bristol, on Saturday. Events were held over the weekend to kick off the opening, including a talk by veteran anarchist, Ian Bone, on Saturday. “As well as selling some of the best coffee and cake in the city, we stock ‘radical‘ literature on […]

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Radical newsletter launched in Cardiff

Posted on November 24th, 2011 by RebelBull

Our friends from the other side of the border have launched a new radical newsheet. The first issue of Faultlines, based in Cardiff, can be viewed here. “We have decided in absence of regular radical publications in Cardiff and in the light of actions happening in the city, that we should set up a new newsletter. Please […]

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Major Changes At Freedom Newspaper

Posted on September 8th, 2011 by RebelBull

~Taken from ~ Freedom newspaper, the UK’s longest running anarchist paper, is changing from a fortnightly to a monthly publication. From October we will be producing a 24 page (8 full colour pages) monthly edition with new sections, features, and an improved format. The price will be £2 a copy. The aim is to become an […]

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Police Attempt To Silence Local Paper

Posted on September 5th, 2011 by RebelBull

This is an article taken from the radical Bristolian paper, The Autonomist: On the afternoon of august 17th, police raided a house in central Bristol where an editor of local newspaper The Autonomist lives. Riot police kicked down the door of the property without warning, detained the inhabitants for two hours, and seized articles relating to […]

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Weekend of books, party and protest!

Posted on May 2nd, 2011 by RebelBull

We’re sorry to announce that the SchMovies and Reelnews gig and filmscreening at the weekend has had to be cancelled, but we are hoping to rearrange it for some time in early June! The weekend is still looking good though – on Saturday, why not head down to Bristol for the annual Bristol Anarchist Bookfair? A […]

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Report on HSL in Class War paper

Posted on October 27th, 2010 by RebelBull

Here’s a brief report about Hereford Solidarity League that features in the latest edition of the Class War paper: Hereford Solidarity League is a community based action group. It was formed by a handful of like-minded individuals in 2007, and now consists of well over a dozen members, with activists from Anarchist Federation, Class War, non-aligned anarchists […]

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