Publicity materials

Here you can find our publicity for the 2013 Bookfair. We hope you will help us promote the Bookfair by sharing, linking to and using these resources along with our website and facebook links. You are of course welcome to download, print etc all and any images. At the bottom of the page there’s a brief promo para – feel free to cut & paste!

If you can help distro publicity then you can email us your contact details and we’ll get stuff to you – but note we aint flyposting the posters! Much better however would be if you can grab a handul of flyers and a poster or three from these 2 places when open:
Kebele social centre, 14 Robertson Rd, Easton, Bristol BS5 6JY
Hydra Bookshop, 34 Old Market, Bristol, BS2 0EZ

Crackbooklove it or hate it, we can’t ignore it. Here’s our F/Book links:
Bristol Anarchist Bookfair 2013 page;     Bookfair 2013 Event;     After-Party 2013 Event
13th April RHZ event ‘Secrets & Spies’ at Hydra Bookshop
15th April Bookfair/Indymedia event ‘Stop G8’ at The Cube Cinema

Twitter: @bristolbookfair

Posters: we have A3 colour, and A4 B&Wget them up in your local pub, cafe, shop, community space, workplace, college, school, jobcentre, front room window etc (please do not flypost!)



poster_colour print
After-party poster



RHZ poster_2013medFlyer front & back: dish them out to friends, lovers, fellow workers & students, neighbours, and at events & meetings etc
Bookfairflyer front1Bookfairflyerback1

here’s the 6 designs, dont worry we cut them up into individual stickers!

Short Promo Text:
Bristol’s anarchist bookfair comes to The Trinity this year, enticed by the possibilities of the green open space outside. Expect a mixture of traditional bookfair inside – that is some 60 stalls, 30 meetings & workshops; along with aspects of a fayre outside – outdoor activities, permaculture, demos, fun & games. Plus there’ll be a kids space, and delicious vegan cafe. Entry is free/donations welcomed, and everyone is invited along!

As we enter the 5th year of the current economic recession, 2013 must be the year that Britain joins up with much of the rest of Europe in resisting the top down austerity measures that see the rich getting richer, and the rest of us getting poorer. The Bookfair says loud and clear that ‘we won’t pay for their recession’, and brings you the information, knowledge, skills and contacts to put that slogan into operation. So whether you are a hardened anarchist, or just a skint Bristolian looking for a dialogue about alternatives to the mess this country is in, you’ll find something for everyone at the Bristol Anarchist Bookfair. We’ll be seeing you here then!

Bristol Anarchist Bookfair – 20 April 2013, from 11am to 6pm
At the Trinity Centre, Trinity Road, Bristol BS2 0NW

Saturday May 12th 2018 Taking place at the Black Swan and BASE