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Universitas Press is a Montreal-based independent academic press, peer-reviewed, founded in 2014. Committed to publishing relevant work of academics and independent researchers in the field of humanities and social sciences, as well as to publishing books for the classroom, UP is dedicated to bringing students, instructors and researchers the best editorial and academic output. 

With books addressing well-identified readers, the press’s main aim is to publish books that make sense of the world.

In all disciplines, thematic volumes and monographs aim at introducing new concepts and trends that challenge pre-conceived and outdated narratives. In the literary field, editions of classics, either student editions, scholarly or critical editions, and anthologies cater to today’s students by presenting material in an engaging, politically correct and culturally sensitive way.

Publishers: Cristina Artenie, editor in chief;

Helene Laprise, director;

Dragos Moraru, managing editor.

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Since 1998 Kersplebedeb has been an important source of radical literature and agit prop materials. The project has a non-­exclusive focus on anti-­patriarchal and anti-­imperialist politics, framed within an anticapitalist perspective. A special priority is given to writings regarding armed struggle in the metropole, the continuing struggles of political prisoners and prisoners of war, and the political economy of imperialism. The Kersplebedeb website presents historical and contemporary writings by revolutionary thinkers from the anarchist and communist traditions.

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Daraja Press is a not-for-profit publisher that seeks to reclaim the past, contest the present, and invent the future. “Daraja” is the KiSwahili word for “bridge,” and as our name suggests, we seek to build bridges of solidarity between movements and emancipatory struggles.

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Corner Studio was created during the summer of 2020 as a place of design, print and paint … from traditional publishing via environmentally friendly print-on-demand poetry, memoirs, local history, and children’s books, to artist catalogues, limited edition or hand-bound bookarts including collaborations with artists and printmakers. A sketchbook series & pairing of guestbooks with paintings are ongoing projects.

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Established in 1978, Guernica Editions has published over five hundred titles from around the world that reflect its commitment to a social agenda with a special understanding of different cultures. Under new management since 2010, to its traditional series of prose, poetry, drama, and essays, it has added two new imprints: Miroland to publish other literary genres and Guernica World Editions to publish books from authors outside of Canada.