The Mongolian Empire

by J Gerlach

Conquerors of the largest land empire of all time, five times the size of Alexander The Great’s, Genghis Khan’s ...

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MOSS: Perspectives on Portland's Environment: Water

Moss is a zine based in Portland, Oregon that features fiction and nonfiction about a single environmental topic in ...

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Mostly True: The West's Most Popular Hobo Graffiti Magazine [2nd edition]

by Bill Daniel

Second Edition! 24 Additional Pages of New Material! Four years after the first book, master railroad and freight tag ...

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Navigating the Space Between Brilliance & Madness

by Sascha Altman DuBrul and The Icarus Project

A reader and road map of bipolar worlds. This is a product (co-authored by Ashley McNamara) built from the many ...

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Nez Perce Indians zine

by J Gerlach

In part eight of the Simple History zine series, J. Gerlach takes a good hard look at the Nez Perce Indians, also known ...

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Nine Gallons #2

by Susie Cagle

It's issue two of Susie Cagle's celebrated Food Not Bombs comic zine, 9 Gallons! This time around Susie addresses ...

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Nontoxic Housecleaning

by Raleigh Briggs

A zine about how to clean your house while avoiding gross and dangerous chemicals! You get: a lesson about the ...

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Not Your Mother's Meatloaf: A Sex Education Comic Book

by Liza Bley and Saiya Miller

As teenagers today navigate increasingly fluid identities and choices, there is an increasing demand for an ...

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Open Your Heart blank book

by Kelli Refer

Kelli Refer designed these blank journals as a companion to her book Pedal, Stretch, Breathe: The Yoga of Bicycling. ...

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Organizing Cools The Planet

Organizing Cools The Planet offers a challenge to all concerned about the ecological crisis: find your ...

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Our Commitment Is To Our Communities: Mass Incarceration, Political Prisoners, and Building a Movement for Community-Based Justice

by David Gilbert

David Gilbert recently wrote that the “War on Crime,” which began in the early 1970s, was in fact a conscious ...

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PDX by BIKE: Your Guide to Discovering Portland, Oregon by Bicycle

by Elly Blue and Meghan Sinnott

PDX by BIKE is a new "bicycle tourist agency" for visitors to the city of Portland, Oregon. In this hands-on guide, the ...

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Peops #7

by fly

The new issue of Fly's comic biography zine Peops is excellent as always! What Fly does is interview folks she's ...

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The Perfect Mix Tape Segue #2: Brutal Honest Tea

by Joe Biel

Joe Biel explains four years of his life in "Brutal Honest Tea," about honest communication, the opportunity costs ...

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The Perfect Mix Tape Segue #3: Fixing the Plumbing

by Joe Biel

Joe Biel strives to find logic, purpose, and meaning in his existence once again. This issue is about friends having ...

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The Perfect Mix Tape Segue #4: A month on the road with $100 and a t-shirt

by Joe Biel

Three years after the fact Joe busts out a zine tour based zine about "Cocoon: The Road Trip" from 2004. A ...

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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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The Period Conspiracy: Who's Out to Hurt You and HOW

by Kate Cooties

How tampons are damaging to your body and how this works to the benefit of the people who sell them to you.

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Perspectives On Anarchist Theory N.27: Strategy

by Institute For Anarchist Studies

Perspectives on Anarchist Theory is published by the Institute for Anarchist Studies (a nonprofit and grant-giving ...

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Piecemeal 4

by Nate Beaty

Two surgeries. Choking. Fat cat mayhem. The catheter dance.

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Plumplandia #1

by Portland's Amazing Fat Community, Leathia Miller and Kim Schmucker

 Plumplandia is a zine celebrating works created by Portland's amazing fat community!

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Plumplandia #2

by Portland's Amazing Fat Community, Leathia Miller and Kim Schmucker

 Plumplandia is a zine celebrating works created by Portland's amazing fat community!

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A Politics for the 99%

by Marco Rosaire Conrad-Rossi

The Occupy Wall Street demonstrations were remarkably successful at capturing the public imagination and identifying ...

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Primitive Toothcare: a DIY Guide to Uncivilized Oral Hygiene

by Rowan Gangulfr

Fed up with stealing toothpaste and rubbing synthetic nylon all over his face, this zine explores alternative options ...

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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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Punk in NYC’s Lower East Side 1981-1991

by Ben Nadler

Much has been written about the glamorous and short-lived New York City punk rock scene of the late 1970s. Less has ...

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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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Rad Dad #19

by Tom Moniz

As Rad Dad editor Tomas Moniz says in issue 19's first essay, “Parenting has taught me a lot about dealing with ...

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Rad Dad #20

by Tom Moniz

The twentieth issues of quintessential parenting zine Rad Dad features articles about special needs children, ...

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Rad Dad #21: Occupy

by Tom Moniz

It's the Rad Dad Occupy issue! In issue #21, Rad Dad editor Tomas Moniz and co. take on the recent global ...

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