How to Move by Bike: Tales and Tips to Inspire

by Steph Routh

Now promoted by a (kind of funny) sketch on Portlandia, moving by bike has long been a powerful and innovative ...

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Xerography Debt #34

by Davida Breier

Since 1999, Davida Gypsy Breier's review zine, Xerography Debt might be best summarized as an obsession for ...

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Tater Totter #2: Stories, Scribbles, Songs, and Silliness for Kids

by Kate Berube

Tater Totter is a variety magazine for kids, with stories, poems, activities, and comics. Much of it's written and ...

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Boneshaker: A Bicycling Almanac 43-400

by Evan Schneider

Modeled loosely after the War Department’s 1941 Soldier’s Basic Field Manual, Boneshaker fashions itself ...

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Mermaid Tits #1

by Hannah Schulman

This zine is special. Well, all zines are special, but this zine is special just like we are all special in Christian ...

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Taking The Lane #11: Four Paws, Two Wheels

by Elly Blue

Dogs and bicycles... It's a combination that wouldn't immediately occur to most people, but that's the brilliance of ...

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Henry & Glenn Forever & Ever #3

by MariNaomi , Justin Hall and Tom Neely

In the next installment of the greatest love story ever told, Glenn's mother is still living with him and Henry, until ...

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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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My Grandpa, the Jazz Drummer

by Corey Baumann

 In this zine, punk drummer Corey Baumann interviews his grandfather, Bob Benner, a former jazz drummer. In this ...

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At Some Point

by Jessica Bublitz

 At Some Point takes fragments of a two week long road trip down Route 66, highlighting a myriad of stops between ...

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Rad Dad #24

by Tom Moniz

Edited by Tomas Moniz, tackling the issues of the day from a radical parent's perspective with an always-excellent ...

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Sick Sunny: My Journey to a Gluten Free Lifestyle

by Brigid Somodji Landis and Rebecca M. Zec

"Are you sick? Is this you? Insomnia, fatigue, burning stomach pain, brain fog, anxiety... In fall 2012, I became ...

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The Revolution Will Be Hilarious

by Adam Krause

In The Revolution Will Be Hilarious Adam Krause takes a look at comedy and social change, and shows that humor, ...

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Solidarity Unionism at Starbucks

by Daniel Gross and Staughton Lynd

Legendary legal scholar Staughton Lynd teams up with influential labor organizer Daniel Gross in this exposition on ...

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Xerography Debt #33

by Davida Breier

Since 1999, Davida Gypsy Breier's review zine, Xerography Debt might be best summarized as an obsession for ...

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Dream Whip #15: The Pedal-Powered Movie Tour

by Bill Brown

“I've always ridden junker bikes in junky clothes, so these skintight bike shorts are a line I'm reluctant to cross. ...

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Community Bike Cart Design #2

by Aaron Wieler

The nuts and bolts of bike trailers, including resources on dropouts, hitches, brazing, and ever-important safety ...

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Henry & Glenn Forever & Ever #2

by Josh Bayer, Tom Neely and Mark Rudolph

In the latest installment of the greatest love story ever told, Glenn's mother, freshly unearthed from beneath the ...

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Semi-Socialism: An Alternative Government and Economic System

by Keith B. Anderson

The hybrid merging of capitalism and communism into a more balanced structural order.      

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Coffeeshop Crushes: Tales of Love and Lust in Coffee Establishments

by Nicole Georges and Jon Van Oast

If you've ever crushed out on your local barista, Coffeeshop Crushes: Tales of Love and Lust in Coffee Establishments ...

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100 Years of Modern Iran (1891-1991)

by J Gerlach

Iran has been at the center of the action for over 2500 years. J. Gerlach's recent history of the country covers a ...

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The Evan Mecham Eco Terrorist International Conspiracy

by Leslie James Pickering

Written by noted author, animal rights activist, and historian Leslie James Pickering, this piece of longform ...

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Speaking of Trains

by Brakeshoe

So you find an experienced hobo to let you hold onto her coattails. You got someone to copy a crew change guide for ...

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Crawl! #1

by Reverend Dak

As the good Rev Dak says, "It was crazy how much we played during those [early] years, and even crazier how much time ...

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Tip of the Iceberg

by Laura Szumowski

Tip of the Iceberg is an illustrated guide to the clitoris by Laura Szumowski, who you may recall from her ...

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Cometbus #55: Pen Pals

by Aaron Cometbus

When you're within Cometbus's pages, you experience the work of one of the greatest writers of our generation ...

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Radon

by Aaron Cometbus and Travis Fristoe

A clear and effective parody of the 33 1/3 series of books, Radon happens to focus on one of my favorite bands and ...

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Fireweed #2: A Zine of Grassroots Radical Herbalism and Wild Foods Connecting with Kids and Family Life

by Jess Krueger

Like its subtitle says, Fireweed is about getting kids (and friends and your family) in touch with herbalism and wild ...

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Taking The Lane #9: Disaster

by Elly Blue and Katura Reynolds

The ninth issue of Taking the Lane examines the role of the bicycle in preparing for, surviving, and rebuilding after ...

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Welcome to Nursing HELLo #2

by Joel Craig

It's the long-awaited sequel to Joel Craig's comic Welcome to Nursing HELLo! Sort of the comic book nursing version of ...

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