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The Bottled Wasp Dairy 2013

At last a radical diary for the UK and Europe! The first Bottled Wasp diary focuses on the police and prisons.

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A fundraising project in aid of prisoner support. The Bottled Wasp
features articles on Writing to Prisoners, Why You Should Sue the Police
and No Comment plus all the usual diary features: monthly and yearly
organisers, a menstrual calendar and extensive prisoner support links
pages.

With contributions from Anarchist Black Cross, Legal Defence & Monitoring
Group, Bent Bars Project, Green & Black Cross, Campaign Against Prison
Slavery, Haven Books to Prisoners, Kate Sharpley Library and many more.


The Bottled Wasp Pocket Diary is a new project fund-raising for prisoner
support to be launched by Brighton Anarchist Black Cross and associates at
the 2012 London Anarchist Bookfair. Our plan is to create a long-term
stable income for prisoner support activities.

Each new edition of the Bottled Wasp is based around an individual theme,
which for the 2013 edition of The Wasp is prisoner support and resistance.
It features articles such as the history of ABC, Writing to Prisoners, Why
You Should Sue the Police plus all the usual diary features: monthly and
yearly organisers, a menstrual calendar and extensive prisoner support
links pages. There are contributions from the Anarchist Black Cross, Legal
Defence & Monitoring Group, Bent Bars Project, Green & Black Cross, Haven
Books to Prisoners, Kate Sharpley Library and many more.

Clifford Harper has designed the Bottled Wasp's cover and the diary itself
includes extensive listings of dates and illustrations of historical
prison resistance and other non-prison related anarchist and class
struggle events.

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