Revolution is not a one-time event
WE SEE THE HORIZON: ABOLITION NOW!
Abolition is a perennial and open invitation to take the potential of revolutionary love seriously. In direct opposition to carcerality, abolition is a life-making principle: one concerned with creating new practices, spells and rhythms that make planetary life habitable for all. Abolition is the desire for more; a rejection of all the tenets...
Chantal Akerman died by her own hand in 2015, leaving behind a vast body of work, including feature films, writing and installation art.
Silver Press will be celebrating our publication of her final book, My Mother Laughs, with a festival in collaboration with A Nos Amours.
My Mother Laughs is translated by Daniella Shreir, with an Introduction by Eileen Myles and Afterword by Frances Morgan. Published on 23 September and available to pre-order.
Tuesday 24 September, 6.30pm
Chantal Akerman par Chantal Akerman: Screening and discussion, Regent Street Cinema...
We’re having a January sale!
Until 31 January 2019, we’re offering a 30% discount on each of our titles: The Debutante and Other Stories by Leonora Carrington, Talking to Women by Nell Dunn and Your Silence Will Not Protect You by Audre Lorde. Alternatively, you can get 40% off if you buy all three as a special bundle!
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