Sunday, 29 September 2013

Glasgow's Own R.I.B.

...supporting small press publishers and independent producers...circulating radical reading materials and information...

Fri 18th / Sat 19th / Sun 20th OCT
350 Sauchiehall Street
G2 3JD

Back at Document film festival... a range of new titles and another new set up. Hope to see ya there .... times below. This year we are on the first floor gallery corridor (above the bar), not out of sight or mind!
Friday 18th - 16.00 - 22.00
Saturday19th - 10.00 - 22.00
Sunday 20th - 12.00 - 22.00

RiB midi stall
free entry to stall
Sat 26th OCT
The Glad Cafe
1006a Pollokshaws Road
G41 2HG

Performance along with book and CD launch marking the publication of Songs of Freedom - the James Connolly Songbook by Mat Callahan.

entry £8 / £5 concession

No tickets so come early to avoid missing out.
RiB mini stall
     “These are our lives and we need to grab them. Independence of thought, deed and expression. Roll on, RIB, roll on.”
James Kelman, writer

       “Through these long dark years of reaction and retrenchment, RIB has been a stalwart wee island of inspiration, providing a unique and invaluable facility to the movement with imagination, generosity and resolve.”
Tam Dean Burn, actor

     "As hip authors everywhere adjust to the idea that the majority of their output will be read on electronic devices, books, magazines and pamphlets take on a new significance. And, as the world falls further into the thrall of neoliberal ideology, books, magazines and pamphlets that offer other ways of thinking and organising assume a particular urgency. It is just such publications that can be found at the occasional and compelling Radical Independent Book Fair. Catch it while you can, consume its content voraciously and do what you can to act upon the information you find there..."
Rebecca Gordon-Nesbitt, reader / writer
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