Empower yoself before you wreck yoself: native american feminist musings

by Melanie Fey and Amber McCrary

Annie Mae was part the American Indian Movement (AIM), an advocacy group formed in 1968 for the rights of Native ...

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As You Were #1: A Punk Comix Anthology About House Shows

by Ramsey Beyer, Mitch Clem, Steve Larder, Liz Prince, Ashley Rowe, Ben Snakepit and Anthony Sorge

Charming, funny, fascinating, and visually striking, this collection of comics about punk house shows matches the form ...

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Communalism as Alternative

by Eirik Eiglad

What defines Communalism? What distinguishes it from other radical ideologies? What social and political alternatives ...

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Self As Other: Reflections on Self-Care

by CrimethInc and Corina Dross

In activist circles and elsewhere, it has become commonplace to speak of self-care, taking for granted that the meaning ...

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Piecemeal 4

by Nate Beaty

Two surgeries. Choking. Fat cat mayhem. The catheter dance.

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LCB: Liberty Crew Breakers

by Nate Beaty

Wiz Kid, Crazy Legs and Second Gear, I mean Overdrive, get down and dirty on Oregon coast cardboard to contribute to ...

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$40 Superpack: Hurt Books Superpack!

by Super Pack! and Various

We've got some books and zines with bent corners, scratched or slightly ripped covers, lil bit dirty, scuffed, or ...

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Dick Ain't Shit

by Sarah Friedman and Kat Vidt

 What could possibly be more important than understanding our own bodies and knowing how to have sexual pleasure? ...

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Forbidden Activities For Neglected Children

by Skinner

Skinner is weird and fun and wants you to join his gang of mad laughers. “Forbidden Activities for Neglected ...

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Velo Vixen #1

by Rachel Krause

We are super excited to be carrying “Velo Vixen: A Zine About Women and Bicycling.” Rachel Krause in Kansas City ...

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Xerography Debt #37

by Davida Breier

"We don’t just blindly provide 'good' reviews—we’re here to support a community and foster its members. If ...

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Hot Pants: Do It Yourself Gynecology

by Isabelle Gauthier and Lisa Vinebaum

A thorough and classic examination on tried and true herbal treatments for common gynecological problems, as well as ...

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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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Speak Out!: A Zine Exploring Gendered Violence

by Julia Fogelson and Mary Mykhaylova

Speak Out collects art, stories, and articles focused on gathered stories on “gendered violence,” a term ...

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Why Doesn't She Just Leave: Responding Appropriately To Abusive Relationships

by Bri Pruett

Ever watched a friend struggle in an abusive relationship and felt helpless watching it happen?Ever ...

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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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Fluke #12

by Bobby Madness and Matthew Thompson

76 page comic by Bobby Madness.

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(A not boring and very important introduction to) Personal Finance

by Anna Jo Beck

Let Biff Boff Bam Sock's not boring and very important introduction to personal finance guide you through the perils ...

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Accounting for Ourselves: Breaking the Impasse Around Assault and Abuse in Anarchist Scenes

by CrimethInc

Sexual assault and abuse continue to plague anarchist circles and spaces. In response, we’ve developed processes to ...

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The Rock & Roll of San Francisco's East Bay, 1950-1980

by Cory M. Linstrum

"For every successful local group that ever packed the Fillmore, Avalon, or Winterland Ballrooms, there were dozens of ...

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Feminist Economics: how the man tries to keep us down

by Sadie Sigford

Ever wondered why women statistically earn less than men, on average? Ever wondered where that started? Well, this ...

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What World and Whose Dream?

by Sadie Sigford

 "Women's experiences aren't documented, especially not women's or trans experiences with bicycles. That's part of ...

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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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Cometbus #56: A Bestiary of Booksellers

by Aaron Cometbus

The 56th issue of Cometbus is a loving ethnography of New York City's wild, weird, and bearded used book trade. Aaron ...

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Xerography Debt #36

by Davida Breier

"The band played as if they had a full house. They earned twice my respect that night. Zines can be like that ...

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Taking The Lane: Feminist Bicycle Zines Pack

by Elly Blue

Contains four assorted issues of Taking The Lane, a feminist bicycle zine published by Elly Blue Publishing - since ...

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Tom McCall & The Vortex

by Daniel Duford and Sarah Mirk

Chronicles the life and times of former Governor Tom McCall. Written by reporter Sarah Mirk and illustrated by Daniel ...

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Velo Vixen #2: A Zine About Women and Bicycling

by Rachel Krause

The first Velo Vixen was one of our favorite bike zines in recent years, so it was extra exciting when the second issue ...

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Open Your Heart blank book

by Kelli Refer

Kelli Refer designed these blank journals as a companion to her book Pedal, Stretch, Breathe: The Yoga of Bicycling. ...

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We Ride Bicycles: A Bike Zine by Women for Everybody

by Annie Dunckel

We Ride Bicycles is bursting at the seams with ideas and stories and experiences. It has one of everything and then ...

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