Welcome to our AAH Conference themed newsletter. With the cancellation of this year's conference we still wanted to find a way to share our books, old and new, with you. 

Included here are recently published books, bestsellers, our exhibition stocklist (with a discount), blogs and Q&As and a giveaway! 

Please keep in touch with us via our social media channels and take care of yourselves and each other.

Download the conference stocklist, here.
Bound together – Q&A with Andy Campbell

How would you like someone who has read your book to sum it up in one sentence?

The book considers how contemporary artists have mined the archives of gay and lesbian leather history to create a queer politics of the present.

What book in your field has inspired you the most?

Carolyn Steedman,  Dust The Archive and Cultural History is a model for this project and the kind of work I hope the book does. 

Mujeres conciencia (Women’s Awareness): Leonora Carrington’s Agit-prop by Catriona McAra and Jonathan P. Eburne

In 1972 Leonora Carrington designed a poster for the woman’s liberation movement in Mexico City, Mujeres conciencia (Women’s Awareness). Having previously written her own feminist position statement, “Female Human Animal” (also known as “What is a Woman?”), two years prior, the poster consolidated a feminist stance on environmental issues. As she writes in the earlier statement 

“If all the Women of the world decide to control the population, to refuse war, to refuse discrimination of Sex or Race and thus force men to allow life to survive on this planet, that would be a miracle indeed” (1998:374; 2008:12-13).

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