We feel very grateful to have been able to work with Gidigaa Migizi (Doug Williams), revered Michi Saagiig Nishnaabeg Elder and knowledge keeper, whose oral history that stretched back through centuries of generational knowledge, Michi Saagiig Nishnaabeg: This is Our Territory,...
Arbeiter Ring Publishing was founded as a workers’ collective in 1996 and began publishing a few left-of-centre and Marxist-leaning books each year. It is now Arbeiter Ring Publishing Ltd. (operating as ARP Books) and has grown into a respected book publisher offering a bold combination of eclectic and engaging writing.
Our mandate is to publish a dynamic combination of non-fiction, literary fiction, essay, poetry, and other writing that cannot be constrained by genre categories while encouraging innovative new writing.
We work to serve as an amplifier for some of the most exciting contemporary literary and academic writings on Indigenous issues, environmental issues, politics, social justice, activism, art, poetry, fiction, and importantly the ways that these subjects intersect.
Our authors are world-renowned academics, first-time novelists, community activists, artists, musicians, and established writers from all over Canada. The ARP Books catalogue represents authors, editors, and academics who are Indigenous, Black, racialized, LGBTQQ2S, Women, people living with disabilities, other marginalized groups, and the politically progressive.
Our books are critically acclaimed and beautifully made with an eye to the connection between the form (whether a paper book or an ebook) and its content.
We believe the written word can change the world, one reader at a time. We strive to publish books that challenge, assist, entertain, and provoke. Join us.
The ARP Books workspace is in the Exchange District of Winnipeg, Manitoba on Treaty 1 Land that consists of the territories of the Anishinaabeg, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota, and Dene peoples and his the traditional Homeland of the Métis Nation. We are grateful to share their land.
For general inquires you can reach us by email, phone at 204-942-7058, or by post.
205-70 Arthur Street
Treaty 1 Territory and Historic Métis Nation Homeland
Canada R3B 1G7
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