Bipedal, By Pedal! #2: Confidential Mad Libs

by Joe Biel

It's the second issue of the Expozine Award Winning Bipedal, By Pedal. Last time around we got a social history and ...

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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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Boneshaker #17

by James Lucas

How does it feel to hunt another cyclist through the city like a fox in the dark? To risk snakes and vicious vegetation ...

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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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Boneshaker: A Bicycling Almanac 43-200

by Evan Schneider

"The ride to the current issue was lengthy. Hills popped up where we did not expect them. Long stretches of the process ...

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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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Book Zoo

by Josh MacPhee

This artist book has been a labor of love—being a lover of books, I’m always surrounded by publisher’s logos. ...

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Brazine!

by Lauren Hage

Have you ever wondered why bras were so uncomfortable? Never could get the right fit, leaving you dissatisfied and ...

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Burn Collector #1-9 Book

by Al Burian

The first nine issues of Al Burian’s sporadically published and widely acclaimed personal zine. Beginning in the ...

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Burn Collector #14

by Al Burian

In Burn Collector #14 zine superstar Al Burian lays down 156 pages of truth, trouble, and everyman blues. Whether ...

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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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Carnage Issue 8: Curve

by Carnage NYC

Issue 8 of Carnage is a collaboration with graffiti writer, artist and illustrator Curve. Box trucks have come to ...

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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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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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The Celebrated Rubber Chickens of Dingo Dizmal & Olive Rootbeer: A Coloring Book

by Dingo Dizmal and Olive Rootbeer

Drawn in a small apartment in Portland, Oregon, this book features rubber chickens illustrated by expert clowns! And ...

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A Century of Moon Phases

by Sage Liskey

 Remember the moons of the past and predict the moons of the future. This little book of easy to read charts of ...

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A Chef's Tale #1: Strange Traveler's Tales of Food, Sex, Random Occurrences, and Other Culinary Disasters

by Joshua Ploeg

Joshua Ploeg is a touring post-punk vegan chef and these are his harried tales of traveling the Greyhound with sex ...

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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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Christopher Columbus & His Expeditions to America zine

by J Gerlach

While past histories depict Christopher Columbus as either god-sent angel or bloodthirsty demon, Simple History ...

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The CIA Makes Science Fiction Unexciting #3

by Gena Mason

A look at the way the PATRIOT act and post 9/11 security measures infected our civil liberties and infringed upon ...

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The CIA Makes Science Fiction Unexciting #5

by Scotty Mylxine, Keith Rosson and Abner Smith

The fifth installment of this pseudo-anonymously penned, informational zine discusses at length the details of ...

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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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Civilization Will Eat Itself

by Ran Prieur

An entirely hand done account from a primitivist point of view about utilizing technology while realizing the ...

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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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The Cold War

by J Gerlach

In the latest installment of the Simple History zine series, author J. Gerlach takes a look at the Cold War. An era ...

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Coloring for Grown-Ups: The Adult Activity Book

by Ryan Hunter and Taige Jensen

Ryan Hunter and Taige Jensen know how to make people laugh in the best of ways. Their YouTube video, Hipster ...

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Come Down Massive

by Drew Grasso and Ross McKinney

An 80 page comic by writer Ross McKinney and artist Drew Grasso told in etching, lithography, relief printing, ...

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Comestible: Issue 3: Autumn 2016

by Anna Brones

The fall issue of the beautiful food zine Comestible is packed with good stuff. Articles and essays range from sheep's ...

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Comestible: Issue 4: Winter

by Anna Brones

In the first edition of Comestible since the US election, topics like health and food security have taken on even ...

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Comestible: Summer 2016

by Anna Brones

The summer issue of Comestible is all about origin, focusing on where some of our favorite foods - wine, chocolate, ...

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