18th Edinburgh Independent and Radical Book Fair

Wednesday 22nd - Sunday 26th October 2014
Various times

Organised by Word Power Books, this alternative book festival will feature talks, film screenings plus a huge array of books for sale.

See www.word-power.co.uk for further details of this year’s programme.

OWEN JONES, author of Chavs, opens the 18th Edinburgh Independent Radical Book Fair, and discusses his latest book, The Establishment: And How They Get Away with It 
22/10/2014 19:00

CATRIONA MACIVER and OLIVER MAYES of Tara Books present a Visit the Bhil Carnival Pop-Up Workshop for School Pupils, at at the 18th Edinburgh Independent Radical Book Fair
23/10/2014 10:30

NINA FEDENCZUK and JULIA MACINTOSH of Personal Wealth discuss Conversations That Matter in Workplace Unions, at at the 18th Edinburgh Independent Radical Book Fair 
23/10/2014 14:30

ROB SEWELL discusses his latest book, Germany: From Revolution to Counter Revolution, at the 18th Edinburgh Independent Radical Book Fair 
23/10/2014 17:30

MURRAY ARMSTRONG launches his book, The Liberty Tree: The Stirring Story of Thomas Muir and Scotland’s First Fight for Democracy, at the 18th Edinburgh Independent Radical Book Fair
23/10/2014 18:30

CAT BOYD, ALASTAIR MCINTOSH and LESLEY RIDDOCH discuss the past, present and future of Scotland, at the 18th Edinburgh Independent Radical Book Fair
23/10/2014 19:30

CATRIONA MACIVER and OLIVER MAYES of Tara Books present a Visit the Bhil Carnival Pop-Up Workshop for School Pupils, at at the 18th Edinburgh Independent Radical Book Fair
24/10/2014 10:30

PENNY COLE and LEE BUNCE discuss the dangers of fracking in Scotland and beyond, at the 18th Edinburgh Independent Radical Book Fair
24/10/2014 12:30

Film screening of Scotland Yet: A Film About Independence by Jack Foster and Christopher Silver, at the 18th Edinburgh Independent Radical Book Fair
24/10/2014 15:30

DAVE SHERRY discusses his latest book, Empire and Revolution: A Socialist History of the First World War, at the 18th Edinburgh Independent Radical Book Fair 
24/10/2014 17:30

RYAN RODRICK BEILER discusses the exhibition, Shooting the Occupation: The Palestinian Villages of Popular Resistance, at the 18th Edinburgh Independent Radical Book Fair
24/10/2014 18:30

DERVLA MURPHY, author of A Month by the Sea, and RAJA SHEHADEH, author of Occupation Diaries, discuss Palestine, at the 18th Edinburgh Independent Radical Book Fair
24/10/2014 19:30

IAN CROFTON discusses his latest book, Walking the Border: A Journey Between Scotland and England, at the 18th Edinburgh Independent Radical Book Fair
25/10/2014 10:30

SARAH BROWNE launches her book, The Women’s Liberation Movement in Scotland, in discussion with ESTHER BREITENBACH, at the 18th Edinburgh Independent Radical Book Fair
25/10/2014 11:45

RYAN NICODEMUS and JOSHUA FIELDS MILLBURN, the Minimalists, discuss Everything That Remains, at the 18th Edinburgh Independent Radical Book Fair 
25/10/2014 13:00

JAMES MEEK discusses his latest book, Private Island: Why Britain Now Belongs to Someone Else, at the 18th Edinburgh Independent Radical Book Fair
25/10/2014 14:30

ROBIN MCALPINE, DOMINIC HINDE, VONNY MOYES, and CHRISTOPHER SILVER discuss Changing Scotland’s Media, at the 18th Edinburgh Independent Radical Book Fair
25/10/2014 16:15

JOHN BARKER launches his new novel, Futures, at the 18th Edinburgh Independent Radical Book Fair
25/10/2014 17:30

Film Screening of The Anarchist Rabbi at the 18th Edinburgh Independent Radical Book Fair
25/10/2014 18:30

MIKE SMALL, editor of Bella Caledonia, showcases the best of media in a multimedia talk, followed by Indy cabaret, song, poetry and music, at the 18th Edinburgh Independent Radical Book Fair
25/10/2014 20:00

SATNAM VIRDEE and NEIL DAVIDSON launch their latest books and discuss Race and Nation in Scotland and England, at the 18th Edinburgh Independent Radical Book Fair
26/10/2014 10:45

JOANNA DOBSON, JENNY MOLLISON, JUDY WILKINSON and RONA WILKINSON discuss Raising Spirits: Allotments, Well-Being and Community, at the 18th Edinburgh Independent Radical Book Fair
26/10/2014 12:00

KATHLEEN JAMIE, MANDY HAGGITH and ESTHER WOOLFSON discuss Women, Nature and Wilderness, at the 18th Edinburgh Independent Radical Book Fair
26/10/2014 15:30

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