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Donations for Simmons College

Hey Everyone!I'm the Zine Librarian at Simmons College in Boston, MA, and I am looking for zines that address activism, advocacy, and self-advocacy. If you would like to donate that would be amazing.…Continue

Started by Nyxia Grey Jan 20.

Whats happening where your at? 1 Reply

It seems like we're all in different places, I thought people may want to give an update on their local struggles. Here in Oakland there is the impending danger of potentially losing a lot of our…Continue

Started by Heather Wreckage. Last reply by Anders Dreyer Mar 26, 2013.

Let's form a collective blog

If you're interested in starting a collective blog, let me know. :)Continue

Started by Wine_Guzzler May 7, 2012.

New Lending Library/Info Shop Seeks Donations of Zines 4 Replies

Hey there comrades and fellow zinesters,My mates and I are opening up an anarchist info shop and zine lending collection out of the main floor space of the AKA Social Center, here in Kingston, ON.…Continue

Tags: infoshop, sharing, love, donations, anarchist

Started by Roadbike. Last reply by Andrew McCallister Dec 11, 2011.

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Comment by Michael Duckett on August 12, 2010 at 11:34am
Hi, I'm doing a train tour of some of the places where the classically bearded wonders Bakunin and Kropotkin had some of their grandest hours, writing it up on a blog and turning it into some kind of zine. If anyone's interested (or, indeed, has Russian DIY/anarcho friends), see the ramshackle blog 'anarchist pilgrimage'.
Comment by zeraph dylan on July 9, 2010 at 4:08pm
I just marked down two issues of Fifth Estate, the Anarchist/Anti-Authoritarian mag of ideas and action, to $2. Both are great issues that I've enjoyed tremendously. SUBTEXT-SUBVERSION-SABOTAGE features a lot of interesting, transgressive fiction along with Rachel Pollack's discussion of transsexuality as 'radical change.' And THE RADICAL IMAGINATION OF URSULA K LE GUIN is a FANTASTIC exploration of this feminist, radical sci fi writer's career, with a lengthy article by Le Guin herself about utopia.

Both are $2 instead of $4! Shipping is freeeee. Thanks!!

Comment by KEROUAC'S DOG MAGAZINE on May 7, 2010 at 3:05am
Kerouac-inspired Zine calling for writers and creatives of all disciplines for submissions along the theme of FREEDOM.

Hi all, I really wanted to tell you all about my new Independent, Kerouac’s Dog ® it's is a brand-spanking new, independent quarterly set to form a bold and exciting creative platform for new writing, design, photography, fashion and plenty more. It’s inspired by Jack Kerouac and the 1950s Beat generation and in honour of these, will eagerly exhibit the newest and bravest work and folios, from creatives all over the world. All tied up with key themes of freedom; truth; beauty; love; travel; wanderlust; sex; taboo; and fringe. The whole thing will be beautifully designed and printed top-to-bottom in black and white (because we have a passion for all things black and white).

Issue 1 needs you – The very first Issue. ‘Freedom’ will be released as a limited print-run later in the year, and available to buy online, to a global audience. So we’re calling on creatives for submissions on this theme and this theme only. As the whole thing is in black and white, the only stipulation is that the stuff you send needs to be in – or look gorgeous in - monochrome. It can be old work, or new work, we don’t mind. We won’t be able to pay you, but we’re happy to put names and URLs with each submission used so please send these through, along with your work.

I'd also LOVE to trade with anyone, as I like collecting all sorts myself.
Comment by Michael Duckett on February 21, 2010 at 1:34pm
In the next couple of weeks I'll stick together a mini zine about anarchist history in new york. i just had a trip there and drew various of emma goldman's homes etc..
Same address as for the Newcastle one, and keep yr eyes peeled for the BIG ONE, about Siberia etc.. come autumn.
Comment by Michael Duckett on November 11, 2009 at 1:31pm
If anyone wants a free local history zine about anarchism in my home town, (Newcastle upon Tyne), send an SAE or zine to Mike 42 Curtis Rd, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE4 9BH, UK. http://zine-it-yourself.blogspot.com

We've also got a slingshot-style diary made by local anarchism-friendly people (over 50 people participated in drawing it), available from next week for £4 plus postage, updates will one day go on www.wordiary.org

Comment by incurable hippie on November 8, 2009 at 2:46am
I'm not an anarchist especially, but there's a great article in this new zine by a revolutionary anarchist :)

The new issue of Rebel Grrl Zine is finally available - all 64 pages of it! It's A5 size (half size??) and due to having just paid for printing, I can't afford to trade this one, so it's only available to buy from rebelgrrlzine.co.uk

It's radical and rebellious and raar. Get your copy now!


Comment by zeraph dylan on October 19, 2009 at 9:53am
I publish the zine APMT (Alchemical Postmodern Theorist), a queer anti-assimilationist, anti-capitalist zine. The first issue, out now, is called "The Buying of Queer Culture." My second issue will be about families, called "This is what We Call Family," and will focus on alternative families. I want to include non-nuclear extended familes, chosen families, communities, communes, tribes, the challenges of raising children in a capitalist culture, radical parenting, living with many generations, and critique of nuclear family structure as the only option, just as a very few starting ideas. Do you have a critique of the family to share, or stories about your own family, original or chosen? Let's talk- I'd love to hear what you have to share.
To submit, email me at apostmoderntheorist@gmail.com or leave me a comment on my wall. love + courage, Brandon

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