by Susan Stryker
This is a zine formatted version of Equitable Commerce by Josiah Warren. Warren is said to be the father of American Individualist Anarchism and he helped to publish one of the first Anarchist Periodicals in the United States called the Peaceful Revolutionist.
This is a zine formatted version of the individualist anarchist Lysander Spooner's essay No Treason: The Constitution of No Authority.
I hope you enjoy this. If you have any questions, comments, or concerns please e-mail me at: email@example.com
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Throughout history and across many cultures, there have been various phenomena that fall under the umbrella of multiplicity: the experience of more than one self in one body. read more »
The third issue of Mellow Yellow, a zine made by Asians in Aotearoa (New Zealand) covering thoughts on Islam, gender, colonialism, racism, re-visiting China, feminism in the West, anarchy and te Tiriti (Treaty of Waitangi), banana trees and bamboo.
The first issue of Mellow Yellow, published 2005 in Aotearoa (New Zealand).
From the 'little intro':
"this zine is a zine about grannies, stuff and things, rantings, musings, oppression, colonisation, migration, collaboration, assimilation, identity, race, gender
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The first issue of Reclusive Obscenities is a quarter page zine documenting my personal experience having a medical/chemical abortion at Planned Parenthood.
I feel that this is a topic that isn't talked about enough, so I wanted to share my personal experience and hopefully debunk some myths and make the whole process a bit less mysterious for others. read more »
When the industrial revolution and advances in the Western medical model collided within patriarchal society, the process—and power—of birth was taken away from women. Childbirth was moved from the home to the hospital. Science scoffed at the midwife and deified the OB-GYN. read more »
Quilting is a journal of questions to think and write about, matched with coloring pages of quilt patterns. Quilting encourages meditation and slow, steady, positive thinking to figure out what's good for you and to keep making it better.
by the sali distro project
Off The Map is a travelogue written by Hibikina Chickena and Kika Kat. It was originally a self-published zine and was later published and sold in both zine and book form by the CrimethInc. Ex-Workers Collective.
The following is the description offered from the CrimethInc. "Cyberian Market" page: read more »
made a zine,
here it is.
oh, it is probably flawed but so am i.
about: boundaries, ducks and butterfly life cycles.
includes a speech by audre lorde, a letter from a lovely turkish lady and part of one from the boy i am in love with who is in jail, some nice sentiments and a few blurry pictures.
read it, or don't.
I wrote this book between ages 17 and 21, have changed a bit since but not too much (4 years). It only represents my current thinking 60% but I am not doing much with it so I figure I might as well let people download it. To buy a paperback copy, visit my lulu.com page at http://stores.lulu.com/store.php?fStoreID=428189&fMode=edit read more »
Nanni Balestrini was born in Milan in 1935. Known both as an experimental writer of prose and verse and as a cultural and political activist, he played a leading role in avant-garde writing and publishing in the sixties. His involvement with the extra-parliamentary left in the seventies resulted in terrorism charges (of which he was subsequently acquitted) and a long period of self- imposed exile from Italy. read more »
the icarus project (http://theicarusproject.net/) is a radical mental health movement that's working to reinvision "madness" and what that means for all of us. here is a zine created by the providence, ri chapter with stories, experiences and advice about mental illness of all varieties. contact firstname.lastname@example.org
distributed by the providence public art collective - check out pvdpublicart.wordpress.com for more zines