DIY Do It Yourself
Gatitos y Burritos returns with a vengeance (kind of like when you break down and eat anything from Taco Hell). This issue is full of quizzes, breakfast burritos and Catwoman vs. Burritowoman. This zine was made by Gloria Bestefan of the recently deceased Chavez Co-op. Long Live the Chavez Co-op!
Cats and burritos- Think about it. When the revolution gets to stressful, or you're tired of your mom's oppressive couch, fall into a dream state of Cats, Burritos, and Burt Reynolds. This zine was made by Gloria Bestefan of the recently deceased Chavez Co-op. Long Live the Chavez Co-op!
The Worst is a compilation zine on grief, loss, death, and mourning in radical scenes -- how grief intersects with radical politics, how we can support those we know who have lost people dear to them, how we can support ourselves through the overwhelming emotions that accompany loss and mourning, how we can create room in radical scenes for people to grieve and still participate, how we cope and t read more »
This zine provides how-to instructions for constructing a basic, low-cost, highly portable (as in sling it over your shoulder) sound system for demos, parties, or whatever. A tried and tested method, but it surely could be vastly improved upon as the author is not an expert. This zine is excerpted from the Engineering Social Justice and Peace zine, (Re)Construct Vol. read more »
A guide to building a successful solidarity network along the lines of the Seattle Solidarity Network, written by two SeaSol organisers.
The full title of this zine is "How to Put Together Your Own Participatory, Community-Specific, Radical Consent Workshop." The zine offers a thorough blueprint for one kickass consent workshop. The zine was assembled by, and this workshop model was beta tested by, a Seattle University student group called Northwest Break the Silence. read more »
This second time around we created an open invitation for the public to submit writings, pictures, and music in the theme of "Spring". We took the title, "Summer in the Light and Winter in the Shade" from a quotation by Charles Dickens as it neatly and very nicely captures the season. read more »
This is a short zine that's kinda a crash course to being cheap in Montreal. Goes over various scenes, getting food, places to sleep, hang out, music, transportation, health, getting stuff and fun things to do in the city.
readable pdf on the joys of DIY beer home brewing.
by Charlie Papazian
This book may be copyrighted.
Zine produced in response to the Christchurch Earthquake of February 22, 2011. While focused on this event there are valuable ideas for any community organizer.
This zine contains three articles by Tod Augusta-Scott, a social worker who works with men who have battered, abused, or used sexual violence. He has a novel approach to leading the men to take responsibility for their own actions and be accountable. This approach is based in challenging gender essentialism, listening to the men, and helping them develop new stories for their lives. read more »
This is the second version of the zine "How to Plan and Execute an Act of Electronic Civil Disobedience (ECD)" from http://zinelibrary.info/how-plan-and-execute-act-electronic-civil-disobe.... The original version has some dead links and spelling mistakes, which this update corrects. Props and credit to the original author.
Have you wanted to get into cross-country Bicycle Touring?
...but thought you didn't have The Money, Muscle, Gear, or Know-How?
You only need The Know-How, presented here for free in an accessible* and engaging zine!
SOME FEATURES INCLUDE:
The Space-Bag Camelbak
Hack Yr Bike Into a Touring Bike
Kitty Litter Bucket Panniers read more »
This addition to the Yggdrasil Distro collection is a thorough examination of the various methods of preparing herbal medicines. Many plant-focused and herbal medicine zines exist, but few of them explore any methods of preparing herb medicine beyond simple infusions and decoctions. read more »