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The Into‐eBooks.com is a new site for independent publishers, NGOs, academic institutions, readers and activists from versatile movements. It offers a steadily growing range of titles of English-language fiction and non‐fiction in ePub, Mobi and PDF formats. We aim to gather together independent publishers around the world, offering an open and interactive platform for eBooks.

We are currently looking for publishers interested in using our channels to distribute their books online. If you are a publisher and would like to sell your eBooks via our web page, feel free to contact us directly at milla.karppinen@into-ebooks.com.

Our mission is to deepen and pluralize ideas with quality literature and to make the publishing and eBooks scene more equal by giving the independent publishers better distribution and providing better accessibility to books in different parts of the world. This intention is timely. We work as transparently as possible and aim to have a selection wide enough to retain interest over the years. The site also lays foundation for further cooperation among independent publishers.

Electronic books are coming and offer independent publishers new prospects for distribution. When you join us we offer your eBooks for sale through Into-eBooks.com, without any kind of exclusivity.

We make publishers' contact details available on our web page in case anyone might be interested in contacting you. We give an opportunity to publish a bunch of other related material too: blogs, essays, news clips or authors' interviews and links to other exciting sites.

The site includes also a section for free material so for instance the NGO publishers who have their publications in PDF format can use the site as a distribution channel.

 

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Gramsci in Mayo: a Marxist perspective on social movements in Ireland

The question of how to understand the national and regional peculiarities of social movement organising was central to Gramsci’s thought.

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