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Edible, Medicinal, & Utilitarian Plants, Volume I

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This is the first volume in a series of zines involving plants that can be used as food, medicine, and functional tools. Volume I details "weeds" and common plants that can be found worldwide.

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Icarus Project Navigating Crisis Handout


This is a one-sheet zine put out by the Icarus Project on how to respond to mental health crises. It includes info on how to respond to someone who's suicidal, suggestions for those who intervene, and info about advance directives (legal documents that spell out how someone wants to be treated if they're institutionalized and can't speak coherently for themselves).

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Veganarchy Issue #1 - Summer 2009


Veganarchy Issue #1 - Summer 2009

Veganarchy is a free, independently published magazine, aka “zine.” It’s purpose is to provide an outlet for creatively-produced content regarding veganism, anarchism, and related issues. We accept submissions on a continual basis, so send us an email if you'd like to contribute!

Taking The First Step: Suggestions To People Called Out For Abusive Behavior


formatted version of wispy cockle's article:

key words: consent sexual assault abuse called out perpetrator rape accountability process feminism survivors

N'Drea: One Woman's Fight to Die Her Own Way


Andrea (N’Drea) was involved with Os Cangaceiros, a group of social rebels who refused the slavery of work and mercilessly attacked the prison system of France in the 1980’s and 90’s. In 1985, she learned that she had cancer. She underwent surgery, chemotherapy and radiation treatment. Then in 1990, she walked out of the medical world for good to grasp her life and her death as her own.  read more »

A Very Careful Strike

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A zine (kind of) about affective delire.

Drifts and Care...



Value of Depression, The

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Primitive Toothcare: A DIY Guide to Uncivilized Oral Hygiene

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This short zine introduces the concept of primitive toothcare, while attempting to debunk the validity of civilized dentistry. Light on theory, heavy on the DIY. Enjoy!

Reproduce Freely: A Reproductive Autonomy Zine


A compilation zine of writing that is engaged in addressing our rights to reproductive choice, autonomy, and justice.

Pathologize This!: A Mental Health Zine (edition one and edition two)

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A compilation zine on resistance to the stigmas of mental health/illness. Pieces that relate to mental health/illness- in terms of experiences with coping, with mental health institutions, psychology/psychiatry, labels and identity, politics, speaking out, and supporting others.

Politics of Fat, The


A zine about the "obesity epidemic," the medicalization of discrimination, and the effects of race, class, and capitalism on our bodies.
(There's a printable version in pdf format and a readable version in word document form.)

Vitamins, Minerals, and Mental Health

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Vitamins, Minerals and Mental Health: the C.P.A.B.'s Discussion of Wellness. This is an extensive, well-researched zine that talks about how vitamins and minerals can affect mental health. For each of the vitamins and minerals described, it lists signs of deficiency, signs of toxicity, and food sources. It also describes the function of the vitamins in minerals in the healthy functioning of human bodies. This is a kickass zine.

Prescription for Change: Community Response to Substance Use

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This is an excellent zine talking about addiction, from all sorts of perspectives. It goes into the author's own experiences with addiction and kicking a heroin habit and most importantly talks about how communities can respond to someone struggling with addiction in a way that is helpful and non-judgmental. (Along the way, it offers radical/anarchist critiques of AA and 12-step programs, the moralism often attached to other people's substance use, and lots of other things.) Chock fulla insights and one fine zine.

Staying Out of the Hospital - a guide to surviving psychosis


This zine contains a series of suggestions to help people who undergo psychosis deal with the experience, and hopefully prevent the need of hospitalization. It is meant specifically to help with the period of psychosis itself, in it's earlier and more manageable stages, though some of the advice will be applicable to maintaining positive mental health at every level. These are ultimately suggestions, based on my own experiences of psychosis and resulting reality shifts, but I hope the advice rings true across the spectrum of altered mental states.  read more »

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