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RMB Manifestos: Books to Change the World

RMB has created one of the most unique non-fiction series in Canadian publishing. The books in this collection are meant to be literary, critical and cultural studies that are provocative, passionate and populist in nature. The goal is to encourage debate and help facilitate change whenever and wherever possible. Books in this uniquely packaged, hardcover series are perfect for general readers, academic markets and book lovers. 

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If you're an aspiring or established author with a unique and timely story to tell, RMB is interested in receiving proposals and reviewing manuscripts (20,000 - 25,000 words in length) for possible inclusion in this evolving and ever-growing series. Such manuscripts may be related to pursuing provocative themes in the following subject areas:

Arts & Culture
Current Affairs & Public Policy
Environmental issues
First Nations & Indigenous issues
Mountain Culture & History
Nature & Natural History
Urban Planning & Development

To date, titles in this dynamic series include:

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Denying the Source
The Crisis of First Nations Water Rights
An RMB Manifesto
by Merrell-Ann Phare
CDN$ 16.95 (hardcover)

The Weekender Effect
Hyperdevelopment in Mountain Towns
An RMB Manifesto
by Robert William Sandford
CDN$ 16.95 (hardcover)

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