By Byron Anderson, Nancy Kranich
This listing is a distinct reference software that gathers info on major substitute presses and areas this lower than one conceal. The presses profiled have been culled from 1000's of small, lively self reliant presses, development at the attempt of the former 5 variations of the listing. In overall, one will locate 126 U.S. presses, nineteen Canadian, and eighteen foreign presses having both a North American deal with or distributor. Thirty-three presses are new to this version. The experience of the notice "alternative" right here shows a connection to a couple a part of the political left. the data during this booklet makes an attempt to coach and convey extra knowledge of other presses to librarians and others attracted to those courses. Librarians can in actual fact enjoy the listing while the courses are integrated into the library's assortment in addition to its assortment improvement systems to extend the variety of the gathering and fill-in gaps
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In 1919, at the height of post-war labour revolt, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police took responsibility of national security. P. Security Bulletins, edited by Gregory S. Kealey and Reg Whitaker, covering 1919-45 on the Canadian state security system, including topics of ideology and subversive activity. Examples of other titles include: Labouring the Canadian Millennium, edited by Bryan D. Palmer, writings on work and workers, history and historiography; Cy Gonick's A Very Red Life: the story of Bill Walsh; and Roger Stonebanks' Fighting for Dignity: the Ginger Goodwin story, about labor leader and socialist Ginger Goodwin, who was DIRECTORY 31 killed by the police while he tried to evade conscription during World War I.
CURBSTONE PRESS 321 Jackson St. " Founded in 1975, Curbstone Press is a nonprofit, literary arts organization that focuses on creative literature that examines social issues, encourages a deeper understanding between cultures, and reflects a commitment to promoting human rights. The press has two interdependent goals, first, publishing creative literature that promotes human rights and intercultural understanding, and second, bringing writers and programs deep into the community to promote literacy, knowledge about many cultures, and an appreciation DIRECTORY 45 of literature.
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Alternative Publishers of Books in North America, 6th Edition by Byron Anderson, Nancy Kranich