Rad Dad #18

by Tom Moniz

In his biggest issue ever, Tomas continues to focus on anarchism and parenting. Our trusty editor zeroes in on sex ...

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Abolish Restaurants: A Worker's Critique of the Food Service Industry

by prole.info

A 60-page illustrated guide to the daily misery, stress, boredom, and alienation of restaurant work, as well as the ...

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Shut up & Love the Rain

by Robert Earl Sutter III

In Shut Up and Love the Rain, Oakland-based zinester Robnoxious takes along his path from early sexual exploration ...

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Scam: The First Four Issues

by Erick Lyle

Scam was equal parts an introductory guide on how to get things for free and punk memoir. Youths experienced ...

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Xerography Debt #27

by Davida Breier

Like a well-oiled machine of zine-y awesomeness, Xerography Debt, the “review zine with perzine tendencies,” ...

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Wildlifoodin #1

by Matt Hansen

The author of this zine spent one lunar cycle (winter) living off of a 100% hunted and gathered diet. Wildlifoodin ...

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Dwelling Portably 2008-2012

by Bert Davis

Couldn't get enough from the 500 pages in 1980-2008? Here's the newest updates! As usual, Dwelling Portably crams ...

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Xerography Debt subscription (6 issues)

by Davida Breier

In case you're concerned about missing any issues of Xerography Debt, here's a chance to pick up each issue as it's ...

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The Curious Case of the Communist Jell-o Box: The Execution of Julius & Ethel Rosenberg

by Mia Partlow & Michael Hoerger

This awesome "poster zine" shows the sordid shared history between Jell-O and nuclear secrets. Wait. What? Yep, Jell-O ...

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Gendrfailz #2: Call Outs and Clever Titles

by Alix Kemp

Alix is a self-described "polycurious transguy...who refuses to pick a sexual orientation." Gendrfailz is his zine ...

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Friends Make the Best Medicine

by The Icarus Project

In this Guide to Creating Community Mental Health Support Networks, the Icarus Project gives a how to on creating safe ...

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Xerography Debt #26

by Joe Biel and Davida Breier

Davida Gypsy Breier's review zine, Xerography Debt, is a labor of love and obsession. Now on its 26th ...

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How To Make Soap: Without Burning Your Face Off

by Raleigh Briggs

Raleigh Briggs, author of the popular Microcosm title Make Your Place, is back with another pamphlet on better, ...

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The Frugal Vegan's Spring & Summer Survival Guide 2

by Lisa Van den Boomen

Lisa's zines always focus on saving cash while staying socially conscious, and this is no exception. In this issue are ...

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Cometbus #53

by Aaron Cometbus

Cometbus 53! Maddalena Poletta and Aaron trade writing duties in this issue, and their writing styles compliment each ...

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Burn Collector #14

by Al Burian

In Burn Collector #14 zine superstar Al Burian lays down 156 pages of truth, trouble, and everyman blues. Whether ...

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The Prison Industrial Complex and the Global Economy

by Eve Goldberg

Contrary to popular belief, the US prison system isn't a rehabilitative step to a safer world, or an altruistic desire ...

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Girls Are Not Chicks Coloring Book

by Jacinta Bunnell

A coloring book combating gender stereotypes! There are enough books that make girls think that they are not any ...

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Unemployment

by Aaron Lake Smith

Unemployment is the newest zine by Aaron Lake Smith of Big Hands fame. "There's nothing quite like the nagging doubt ...

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Doris #15: The Anti-Depression Guide

by Cindy Crabb

Doris 15 starts by stating "there is nothing wrong with a little depression.  It is a reasonable response to this ...

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Learning Good Consent

by Cindy Crabb

Curated by Doris editor Cindy Crabb, Learning Good Consent looks at the culture of sexual consent from a standpoint ...

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Cometbus #52: The Spirit of St. Louis

by Aaron Cometbus

Cometbus #52 introduces us to a new ragtag cast of punks and weirdos, struggling to build a community amongst their own ...

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Sick: A Compilation Zine on Physical Illness

by Ben Holtzman

Sick collects peoples' experiences with illness in order to help establish a collective voice of those impacted within ...

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Xerography Debt #25

by Davida Breier

Xerography Debt is back with issue #25 featuring more of the beloved "review zine with perzine tendencies" wherein your ...

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The Best of Intentions: The Avow Anthology

by Keith Rosson

Now in it's second edition, The Best of Intentions is a big ol' whopping collection (issues 11-16 and selections from ...

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Doris Book: an anthology 1991-2001

by Cindy Crabb

Cindy writes her zine, DORIS, like she is figuring out the human condition. She makes writing about the simplest ...

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The Perfect Mix Tape Segue #5: Sickness and Health

by Joe Biel

This new issue details over fifteen years of Joe Biel's improving and declining physical health as he battles ...

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13 Years of Good Luck: The Microcosm Sampler

by Joe Biel

To celebrate our thirteenth anniversary, we put together this compilation of work from our authors and artists. ...

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The Zine Yearbook #9

by Katie Haegele and Microcosm Pub et al

The annual anthology of zine's now includes relevant articles about the year in zines - super fun zine fests, life ...

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Doris #26

by Cindy Crabb

Doris #26 is R S and T in the alphabet. Covered within are Robin, shy, social ecology, and truth. "Robin" is about ...

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