Surviving the Collapse of Society

by Sage Liskey

 A handy guide to careers the world will need in the collapse of society. Liskey provides a hearty list of careers ...

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shit i said on the internet while taking prozac

by Jamie Mortara

 In 2014, jamie had a breakdown and a doctor prescribed prozac. The result: "i spent the next month or so running ...

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Loserdom #24

by Anto Dillon

This is the first new issue in a few years, Anto says, because she had another baby and that can throw the wrench into ...

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Loserdom #25

by Anto Dillon

In the twenty-fifth issue of Irish DIY punk zine Loserdom, Anto celebrates the zine's 20th anniversary! It contains ...

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congratulations you are prequalified for the darkness that consumes us all

by Jamie Mortara

 Wry, fierce poems about war, video games, feelings, relationships, and identity. Titles include "non-hierarchical ...

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Cherry Blossoms in Bloom

by Chris Kill

Chris Kill (who also made the comic One Sclerosis) chronicles in comics form his Spring Break trip to Washington State ...

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Grief and Other Things Men Gave Me

by Jane Belinda

Jane Belinda's poems are like if you took a feminist essay and the most intense stories of your life, mixed it all ...

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Asperger's & The Re:Spectrum of Human Emotions/Perfect Mix Tape Segue #6: Asperger's & Intellectually Understanding Empathy

by Joe Biel

Recommended for anyone who is or knows someone on the autism spectrum (or suspects they might!), this zine looks at the ...

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Pedal By Pedal: A Zine About Women Over Forty Who Ride Bicycles: Volume 1

by Julie Brooks

This little zine is packed with experiences of women over 40 who ride bikes -- from funny to poignant, from ...

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How to Plan for Action: A Protest Prep Zine

by Sarah Friedman

 After lacing up your boots to go kick injustices' ass with your pickets and peaceful resistance- take a few ...

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Cat's Claw Herbal

by Heron Brae

In this 2002 zine, Heron Brae, now an established herbalist and teacher, shows a developing love and understanding ...

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Boneshaker #18

by James Lucas

Boneshaker is a perfect-bound, advertisement-free quarterly publication celebrating bicycles and the people who ride ...

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Ever Evolving Bastion of Freakdom: A Quimby's Bookstore History in Words and Pictures

by Liz Mason and Steven Svymbersky

Quimby's Bookstore opened in Chicago 25 years ago and has been going full tilt ever since, providing a hub, outlet, and ...

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Beginner's Guide to Responsible Sexuality (for Men)

by Various

A brief look at a number of important questions facing heterosexual men who don't want to go along with sexist ...

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The Cool Teen's Guide To The Mall

by infoTEENment

 In order to give an accurate blurb for this brand new infoTEENment™publication we solicited a review* from an ...

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I Said That: Volume 1: The Dicks

by David Ensminger

Gary Floyd was, in his own words, "A big fat, shit talking, commie, punk rocking, loud-mouthed, Queer." Although he ...

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The Prodigal Rogerson: The Tragic, Hilarious, and Possibly Apocryphal Story of Circle Jerks Bassist Roger Rogerson in the Golden Age of LA Punk, 1979-1996

by J. Hunter Bennett

In 1983, Circle Jerks bassist Roger Rogerson stole the band’s van and dropped off the face of the earth. Thirteen ...

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Leaflet

by Daniel Cole

Sour Diesel or Agent Orange? Blue Dream or Master Kush? Is there even a difference? As marijuana becomes more legally ...

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Sound Bites

by Bethany Clarke

The Hub Bicycle Co-op is the only worker-owned and -operated bike shop in Minneapolis. This zine introduces you to a ...

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How To Talk To Your Cat About Abstinence

by The American Association of Patriots

You've talked to your cat about gun safety and evolution, but you still need to have The Talk. Birds and bees aren't ...

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The Revolution Won't Forget the Holidays

by Dr. Faith G. Harper

Recipes for Food Allergies and Special Diets that Don't Suck! Are you on an anti-inflammatory diet and dreaming all day ...

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Liberation Support Movement

by Interference Archive and Josh MacPhee

In the late 90s, artist and printer Josh MacPhee found a 1970s-era anti-colonial pamphlet with a compelling cover about ...

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Pound the Pavement #14: Lonely Books

by Josh MacPhee

"If all the lonely books got together and formed a union, would they still be lonely?" asks Josh MacPhee in this ...

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Mobile Print Power (LIBRE)

by Interference Archive

Mobile Print Power is an immigrant youth-led mobile screenprinting project based in Queens, NY. For this project they ...

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Cat Party #1: Five True Cat Stories

by Katie Haegele

 These five tales are excerpted from Katie Haegele's next book, Cats I've Known (out from Microcosm in fall ...

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We Should All Be Feminists

by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

The word "feminist" has a lot of negative stigmas these days. In We Should All Be Feminists—adapted from her ...

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Getting Over it

by Dr. Faith G. Harper

Is it time to get over it? You know, whatever the thing is that's got its claws in you--family stuff, addictions, ...

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Mental Health Cookbook: Creating Connections with Food and Herbs

by H Finn Cunningham

An illustrated guide to creating connections to the natural world through engaging with plants, nutrients and ...

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Whatcha Mean, What's a Zine?

by Mark Todd and et. al.

Technically a how-to book, "Whatcha Mean..." generally eschews simple step-by-step instruction in favor of interviews, ...

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