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A place for vegan zinesters (and the veg-curious) to discuss veganism, vegan zines and how veganism is represented in the zine community.

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Latest Activity: Dec 12

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The Vegan 10

New zine - The Vegan 10. 10 recipes costing $10 or less to make...Pick up a copy now!…Continue

Started by missmuffcake Jun 27.

10 under $10 with 10 ingredients

A challenge: 10 recipes under $10 using less than 10 ingredients! Do you have a super awesome vegan recipe that has less than 10 ingredients (oil, s/p, water does not count in your total) that would…Continue

Started by missmuffcake May 19.

Any zines about how to be vegan while also being homeless? 8 Replies

having no money makes it hard to be choicy, any suggestions?

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Comment by James N. Dawson on March 14, 2010 at 5:27pm
I've heard a song on the radio a few times I sort of liked and decided just a moment ago to find out who sang it and what it was all about by doing a Google search of the lyrics that I could make out.

It turned out to be White Flag Warrior by Rise Against. It was on some sort of lyrics page, that I don't remember at the moment. Anyway, at the top was an ad for some sort of McDonalds "super burger". This struck me as bitterly ironic, given it's juxtaposition, maybe even "top billing" over the idealistic song lyrics---Rise Against is a hardcore vegan/vegetarian band with strong animal-rights beliefs. It seemed almost like an arrogant and sinister "victory statement" of social conformity and crass consumerism over idealism. I wonder, does Rise Against know about it? And if so, what do they think? I'm not crying "SELL OUT!", but I just sometimes wonder, as an old, square, boring, burned-out vegan myself, how much all this "hip, strident, hardcore" veganism is a huge pose, a charade with little substance? As a word and rallying cry, veganism has grown by leaps and bounds, but as a practice, statistics have shown it's no bigger than it was 20
or 30 years ago.

Maybe I'm just in another of my cynical, pessimistic, aging-crank moods.

Any thoughts?

James N. Dawson
Comment by ButterSword on January 16, 2010 at 4:53pm
Hey guys! We are vegans who make a daily webcomic called, ButterSword.
We also make zines and will soon be collaborating with Laura-Marie on a vegan cooking zine.
Talk to you later!
Jen and MC
Comment by Heather Wreckage on December 26, 2009 at 6:20pm
Hey everyone! Don't know how I missed this one! Uh, so I'm vegan and really stoked this is a group.
Comment by James N. Dawson on December 6, 2009 at 9:04am
Hello Vegans!

I call myself a 99% vegan. Who knows, maybe I'm 99 POINT NINE, and that's close enough to just call myself vegan without any guilt or reservation (which I still tend to have in calling myself vegan, right, wrong, crazy or not).

I'm working on a zine called The Turtle Budget Vegan. I'm also toying with the idea of trying to start a vegan APA (Google: Amateur Press Association), but Heath Row's recently been trying to revive APA's and doesn't seem to have had a lot of success. Apparently it's hard to gather and maintain a "committed membership core".

Hope we can get something going here, and it'd be really nice to see it in the Papernet as well, if not primarily.

JND
 

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