Arbeiter Ring Publishing
Arbeiter Ring ("Worker's Circle") borrows its name from the radical Jewish fraternal organization. A century ago, socialist and anarchist locals of the Arbeiter Ring were active on the political and cultural level in Winnipeg, including participating in the 1919 Winnipeg General Strike and organizing Emma Goldman's trip to the city.
Arbeiter Ring Publishing was founded in 1996 in Winnipeg and is organized as a workers' collective. Our mandate is to publish a dynamic combination of serious literary and non-fiction titles with an emphasis on progressive political analyses of contemporary social and cultural issues. We publish titles whose critical perspective on contemporary politics and culture may not be of interest to many larger, mainstream houses.
ARP will consider unsolicited manuscripts if the content accords with our publishing mandate, as outlined above.
Domestic Distribution: Fernwood Trade and Academic Sales, LPG.
Foreign Distribution: AK Press Distribution (US), Global Book Marketing Central Books (UK).