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AK Press

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AK Press is a collectively owned and operated independent publisher and book distributor that specializes in radical and anarchist literature.

AK was originally founded in Edinburgh, Scotland by Ramsey Kanaan in 1987 as a small mail order outlet. The project soon expanded, venturing into independent book publishing, and AK Press also now has a branch in Oakland, California (formerly San Francisco), United States where he now lives. AK Press is organized as a workers' co-operative, which means that it is owned by all members of the collective and works without bosses, every member having equal say and equal pay.It operates online through in the United States, and in Europe. In the USA its bookmobile travels around the country (to protests, activist conferences, etc; mostly by request). In the UK, they run stalls at similar events. Its books - on topics including anarchism, globalization, and animal rights, among others - are often difficult to find through mainstream outlets. Works published by AK Press include reprints of radical classics as well as original works (see list below).

It also sells clothing, buttons, stickers, and various "anarchist props" like an upside down map of the world and the red and black flag of anarcho-syndicalism. AK Press has released spoken word albums by distinguished radicals such as Noam Chomsky, Howard Zinn, Jello Biafra, Arundhati Roy and Mumia Abu Jamal and music by artists including David Rovics and Utah Phillips.

Notable books published by AK Press

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This page was last modified 20:05, 31 October 2007 by Chad Lupkes. Based on work by dKosopedia user(s) Kitrus. Content is available under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License.

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