You've just finished writing your short story, "My Landlord is an Algorithm," about futuristic Bay Area gentrification. And you said a lot of the things you wanted to say, but you feel like there's something more you could do. Or: You want to colonize the vacant lot down the street from your group home and turn it into a shared community garden space and/or open air art gallery-slash-print shop and weekend bicycle collective, but you're not quite sure how to feel about that, because colonization is bad, bicycles are good — you just really need to talk this out. Go to the Anarchist Book Fair (it's the 19th annual BAABF — it used to be held in San Francisco, but it's been priced out). With sessions on occupying farms, decolonization, defending oneself against surveillance, and a gentrification forum, you will have ample opportunity to voice your concerns and opinions, hear from others, and most importantly, get that collective momentum going so that things can happen.