by Elly Blue
If you're the sort of person who takes on every project and responsibility until suddenly it's one thing too many and you get completely burnt out and drop everything and start the cycle again from scratch ... this zine ...
20 pages, b&w
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Devoted to train-hopping, graffiti, and railroad culture, Aaron Dactyl's Railroad Semantics zines describe the sights, sounds, successes, and defeats of exploring the western U.S. by freight train.
The first four Railroad Semantics zines were made into books, and are all together in this box set. You'll find epic, hidden works of art, read up on rail lore and riding tips, meet rail workers and fellow adventurers, and experience the perils and glories of life in rail yards, train cars, small towns, and encampments.
Urban Revolutions is a different kind of cycling book. Author Emilie Bahr draws on her experience as an everyday cyclist and a transportation planner in New Orleans to demystify urban bicycling in this visually-compelling and fun-to-read field guide.
What does it mean for a city to be bike-friendly? What makes bicycling a women's issue? What does it take to feel safe on a bike? How do you bike to work in the summer and still look professional? What is the most fun you can possibly have on two wheels without being athletic? Bahr answers all these questions and more in her friendly and thoughtful essays and detailed practical tips.
Can you believe it's almost 2016? Time to get ready. The good news is that Slingshot has released their classic, radical organizers and resource guides and we currently have them in every color! Large ones lay flat, small ones fit in your pocket. We ALSO have the Just Seeds beautifully illustrated 2016 planners in stock. Get ready! Next year's going to be a big one!in stock. Get ready! Next year's going to be a big one!
In The News
Are you stoked about the history of your town? Do you find out interesting nuggets by talking to those who came before you or by scouting out details on Wikipedia? Do you want a reason to hunt out some people you respect for them to fill in the gaps?
Well, the Scene History series is an opportunity to do just that. Like our Simple History Series, we will publish two paperbacks each year of the Scene History Series that tell the story of a particular city's scene.
Suggested length is 15,000-30,000 words. Get as creative as you find gratifying. Learn about your favorite places and how things developed.
Check out the existing Scene Histories here!
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