From the Kitchen: Sexism, Anarchism and Men

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In what is perhaps a first for Aotearoa Pakeha anarchists (please let us know if that isn't the case) 'From the Kitchen' is a zine devoted to the discussion of anarchist mens relationship/response to the feminist movement(s) and our own sexist behaviour. The zine isn't about pointing fingers but instead is done in the style of critical self-reflection by the authors about sexism in their own lives.

Topics in the first issue include:

Me(n) and Pornography
Slugs in the Sandpit - The Gendered politics of the garden
Meat Robots Unite  read more »

Mentally Ill

Mentally Ill

Sometimes Things Get Confusing When You're Mentally Ill is a brief comix history of a revolutionary activist's struggles with depression, PTSD, abuse, marriage and fatherhood, recovery and struggling to reclaim a sense of self. It's cartoony but not light hearted. There is lots of potentially triggering stuff here. Consider yourself warned.  read more »

Absent Cause #1

I created Absent Cause to explore topics that resonate with me and many people whose work I respect and admire: underground cultures, radical politics, hidden histories, feminist and queer sexualities, and chosen families; the gothic, vampirism, horror, dark music and paganism; surviving abuse, coping with mental illness, self-harm, body image and suicidal feelings; and the incredible array of ways they intersect.  read more »




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How To?


From Punk To Proudhon? A brief history of Garage Collective

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Follow up to 'This is not a manifesto — towards an alternative design practice', this is a 2 page, double-sided zine on art, design and the ideas of Garage Collective. Mainly deals with the idea of cultural agitation and alternative practices.

Overnight Shift #3


by Vanessa Hays

6pm Aug 27 to 1pm Aug 28 2005

Overnight Shift #2


by Vanessa Hays

6pm Aug 13 to 1pm Aug 14 2005

Overnight Shift #1


by Vanessa Hays

6pm July 30 to 1pm July 31 2005

We Have Maintained a Silence Closely Resembling Stupidity


the Death of Neil Roberts and the Bombing of the Wanganui Police Computer


My Social Credo


by G. P. Maximoff

We'll Never Have Paris


Narrative nonfiction essays on the human condition. For all things never meant to be. Printed in New York City. Volume 2 May 2008.



by CrimetInc.

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