Hurt: Notes on Torture in a Modern Democracy

by Kristian Williams

HURT is Portland activist Kristian Williams' collection of articles and interviews on the history, psychology, and ...

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DIY Screenprinting: How to Turn Your Home Into a T-Shirt Factory

by John Isaacson

A fascinating graphic novel that details the art and science of screen-printing from inception to printed t-shirts to ...

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Bipedal, By Pedal! #3: A history of bicycle activism in Portland, OR

by Joe Biel

In this, the third issue of Joe Biel's award-winning, ongoing look at the Critical Mass movement, we are given a ...

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Xerography Debt #30

by Joe Biel, Davida Breier and Al Burian

Davida Gypsy Breier's review zine, Xerography Debt, is a labor of love and obsession. Now on its 30th ...

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Crusades: Christian Attempts to Liberate the Holy Land (1095-1229)

by J Gerlach

In the new edition of J. Gerlach's Simple History series Crusades zine we look at the period between 1095 and ...

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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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Railroad Semantics #1

by Aaron Dactyl

Devoted to trainhopping and railroad culture, Aaron Dactyl's Railroad Semantics zine describes the sights, sounds, ...

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Anarchists on Anarchism

Anarchism is often glossed over in the media as mere chaos; carry this slim volume in your pocket to remind you that ...

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The Congo

by J Gerlach

The story of the Congo is  the story of imperialism, foreign governments drawing boundaries and associating ...

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Hawaii (1778-1959): From Western Discovery to Statehood

by J Gerlach

Hawaii tells the story of an uncharted melting pot of cultures, homogenized and “conquered” by the United States. ...

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Taking the Lane #4: Sexy on the Inside

by Elly Blue

In this new issue of the feminist journal of contemporary cycling, we are treated to one long essay from Elly Blue ...

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Everything Dies #7

by Box Brown

One of the best and most promising new comic artists out there today, Box Brown writes and draws the Everything ...

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Xerography Debt #29

by Davida Breier

The pirate ship of zine-bringing is sailing in the party! Reviewers this issue include Anne Thalheimer, D. ...

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Cambodian Grrrl: Self-Publishing in Phnom Penh

by Anne Elizabeth Moore

Winner of The Society of American Travel Writer's Bronze Travel Book Award! In Cambodian Grrrl: Self-Publishing in ...

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Rad Dad: Dispatches from the Frontiers of Fatherhood

by Jeremy Adam Smith and Tom Moniz

Rad Dad: Dispatches from the Frontiers of Fatherhood combines the best from the award-winning zine Rad ...

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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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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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Awesome Future: Stories of Victorious Action

by Robert Wildwood

In Awesome Future: Stories of Victorious Action, Weed, CA-based zinester Robnoxious wants you to come in from ...

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Avow #24

by Keith Rosson

The cover of veteran zinester Keith Rosson's latest zine is an homage to Milwaukee drivers' disdain for the common ...

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So Raw It's Downright Filthy

by Joshua Ploeg

Let us not understate the might and magic of Joshua Ploeg’s cooking. The dude’s meals sparkle in your mouth; ...

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The Nez Perce Indians

by J Gerlach

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

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Burn Collector #15

by Al Burian and Anne Elizabeth Moore

The expatriated Al Burian reflects on a year spent living in Berlin, Germany. His wildly free-range topics include: ...

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The CIA Makes Science Fiction Unexciting #6: The Life of Lee Harvey Oswald

by Abner Smith

At long last it's the new issue of Microcosm's continuing CIA zine series! For the tenth anniversary issue, we get ...

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Dream Whip Issues #1-10

by Bill Brown

Spanning 1994 to 1999, this 352-page pocket-sized anthology collects issues 1 through 10 of the long-running Dream ...

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Taking the Lane #2: Revolution Every Damn Day

by Elly Blue

Taking the Lane explores women's experiences and observations in the male-dominated world of cycling, working in ...

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Xerography Debt #28

by Davida Breier

Opening with a long musing about the importance of recorded history through zine reviews, the newest issue of the ...

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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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Henry & Glenn Forever

by Tom Neely, Scot Nobles and Igloo Tornado

Starring super-notorious musclebound punk/metaldudes Glenn Danzig and Henry Rollins (with a little help from ...

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How and Why: A Do-it-yourself Guide

by Matte Resist

“I dream of a better world,” writes zinester and How and Why author Matte Resist in the intro to his new book. He ...

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Edible Secrets: A Food Tour of Classified US History

by Mia Partlow & Michael Hoerger and Nate Powell

What do top-secret CIA assassination plots, Black Panther arrests, and Reaganomics have in common? Food, of course! ...

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