As I have alluded to several times of late, AVFM is establishing a publishing house which we expect to be fully operational in the near future. As we are still in multiple layers of contract negotiations, corporate structuring and web development I cannot pinpoint an exact date at this time. However, I think a prediction of 90 days is reasonable and likely doable in less time.
The good news is that settling these matters does not prevent us from publishing books. Our first, “Go Your Own Way: Understanding MGTOW,” was released on amazon.com two weeks ago, and has yet to see its first day with no sales.
And now I am happy to announce that today we launch the release of the first of a three part volume of the works of E. Belfort Bax, indisputably the father of men’s rights literature. This is copyright free material due to its age, thus the low price, but please know a great deal of effort went into its production.
There are other scattered collections of Bax’s work available online for free. They are comprised of scanned pages of his work, usually presented in pdf format. Others are isolated web pages, lacking the breadth of his writing.
Editor Peter Wright took a huge body of scanned work, put it through character recognition software and meticulously edited and formatted it so that it is now presentable as an ebook consistent with the ease of use and flexibility of all modern literature.
In the process of assisting Peter with that editing, reading article after article penned by Bax, I was for the first time perhaps appropriately stricken with the utter brilliance of the man. 100 years later if the colloquialisms of Bax’s time were converted to more modern vernacular, he would have become an instantly recognized men’s rights luminary in 2015 and beyond.
This three volume series is not just a valuable lesson in the history of men’s literature, it is an informative treatise on the state of men and boys no less relevant today than the day it was written. It is must reading for MHRAs.
It is available by clicking on the image embedded here, and by clicking on the image in the sidebar of the homepage.