Date(s) - Saturday, 17th November
11:00 am - 4:30 pm
Nottingham Mechanics Institute
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Nottingham’s second radical bookfair, organised by Five Leaves Bookshop, featuring stalls by national and local publishers, second-hand booksellers and a full supporting programme throughout the day.
Free, with free events. No need to book.
Iain McKay on “Modern Science and Anarchy” – the life and work of Peter Kropotkin, prince, anarchist, geographer, whose funeral was the last public anarchist demonstration in Russia under the Bolsheviks.
“Diversity in children’s picture books”, with Troy Jenkinson (author of The Best Mummy Snails in the Whole Wide World) and others
Amrit Wilson on Finding a Voice: Asian women in Britain to mark the new edition of this landmark book
Singing for Our Lives: Stories from the Street Choirs centres on more than 40 oral histories gathered from members of the UK’s many street choirs, supported by Nottingham Clarion Choir
Full details of exhibitors and events to follow, but meantime…
Stalls from Five Leaves Bookshop, Asylum Magazine (for democratic psychiatry), Spokesman Books, Ex Libris (second hand), Northern Herald (second hand), Sparrow’s Nest Archive/Nottingham People’s History, Jermy and Westerman (second hand), a children’s area…
Part of our annual Bread and Roses week
Cafe on site