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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Bikenomics zine: How Bicycling Will Save The Economy (If We Let It)

by Elly Blue

In the follow up to her ten part series on Grist, bicycle activist and journalist Elly Blue continues to dissect the ...

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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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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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Taking the Lane #3: Unsung Heroes

by Elly Blue

For this issue of the feminist journal of contemporary cycling, we get a smattering of various writers taking on ...

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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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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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Cometbus #54: In China with Green Day

by Aaron Cometbus

After twenty years Aaron returns to his duties as a Green Day roadie and heads to Asia. A few things have changed with ...

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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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Menstruation Sensation!!

by Alyssa Beers

Alyssa Beers' Menstruation Sensation!! is billed as “A practical guide to navigating the world of 21st century ...

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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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Sometimes The Spoon Runs Away With Another Spoon Coloring Book

by Jacinta Bunnell

We have the power to change fairy tales and nursery rhymes so that these stories are more realistic. In Sometimes the ...

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Nine Gallons #2

by Susie Cagle

It's issue two of Susie Cagle's celebrated Food Not Bombs comic zine, 9 Gallons! This time around Susie addresses ...

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Burn Collector #1-9 Book

by Al Burian

Back in print! It's the first nine issues of Al Burian’s sporadically published and widely acclaimed personal ...

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Taking the Lane #1: Sharing the road with boys

by Elly Blue

Elly shares her thoughts and stories about being a woman on a bike in Portland, Oregon.  Having been a cyclist for ...

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Adult Themes

by Chantel Guidry

This zine is dedicated to 36 stories and poems about sex. Chantel says that some are true and some aren't, but to help ...

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Urban Adventure League Bike Fun Primer

by Shawn Granton

A polemic on the importance of bicycle fun—as a political movement building tactic and as well as fun ...

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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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Rad Dad #18

by Tom Moniz

In his biggest issue ever, Tomas continues to focus on anarchism and parenting. Our trusty editor zeroes in on sex ...

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Abolish Restaurants: A Worker's Critique of the Food Service Industry

by prole.info

A 60-page illustrated guide to the daily misery, stress, boredom, and alienation of restaurant work, as well as the ...

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Shut up & Love the Rain

by Robert Wildwood

In Shut Up and Love the Rain, Oakland-based zinester Robnoxious takes along his path from early sexual exploration ...

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