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There are a few ways to get hold of us here at PM Press. The most direct is definitely by email, at Alternatively you can call us at 510-658-3906 or send us mail at

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PO Box 23912
Oakland, CA 94623

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PM Press releases are distributed to the book trade via Independent Publishers Group. For bookstore, library, course text, or wholesale orders, please contact IPG:

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Tel: 020-8829 3000


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