a place for zinesters - writers and readers
Hi folks-I've been putting out xerox and ditto zines for years, then more recently a newsprint zine and finally a compilation book. Now, due to being completely broke-ass broke, I am faced with the…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Billy Da Bunny Feb 19.
I recently finished reading Charles Eisentstein's Sacred Economics . It's a pretty in-depth look at how we might transition to a non-monetary society, and an examination of money-less societies of the past and how we got into the huge economic mess the world is in now. In keeping with the theme of the book, you can read the whole thing for free online.
As zinesters, we know all about the gift economy and…
Hey, I did this last year and it was really fun and rewarding. You can sign up to receive 20 free copies of one of the titles chosen for the year, and on April 23rd, you go out and give awayf the books to people who don't normally read or don't have acess to books. This year there are some pretty great titles- last year I gave away Patti Smith's "Just Kids". Check out this years titles and sign up at…Continue
OBSOLETE! Magazine is seeking high quality writing and artwork for the upcoming issue. The theme of OBSOLETE #7 is SciFi/DIY, and will explore the interconnection between science fiction and the rise of DIY culture.
Short fiction, essays, poetry, illustrations, comics and photography will all be considered.…