Taking the Lane #12: Religion and Bicycles

by Elly Blue and Kirsten Collins

The twelfth issue of the self-proclaimed "This American Life of feminist bike zines," explores the intersection of ...

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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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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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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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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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Taking the Lane #6: Lines on the Map

by Elly Blue

In the sixth volume of Taking the Lane, a talented pool of writers explores the satisfaction of riding up a ...

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Taking the Lane #8: Childhood

by Elly Blue, Julie Brooks, Lauren Hage and Katura Reynolds

Childhood is the eighth installment of Taking the Lane Quarterly, featuring nonfiction stories about cycling, ...

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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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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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Tater Totter #1: A Periodical Publication For Kids

by Kate Berube

As zinester Martha Grover said of Tater Totter, "I'm really glad I have nieces and a nephew so I can give them one of ...

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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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Tater Totter #3: A Periodical Publication 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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This is Your Brain on Addiction

by Dr. Faith G. Harper

Addictions replace relationships, says Dr. Faith, in her latest series of zines that use brain science and swearing ...

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This is Your Brain on ANGER: What It Is, How To Deal

by Dr. Faith G. Harper

If you've ever been so pissed off that you did things that you regretted, or ruined your own day and some other ...

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This is Your Brain on Anxiety: What Happens and What Helps

by Dr. Faith G. Harper

Anxiety .... it's the worst. Choking, stifling, smothering, tingling, panicking, brain cutting out, bad decisions... if ...

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This is Your Brain on Grief: What to Do and Say (and Not) for Yourself and Others

by Dr. Faith G. Harper

Dr. Faith adds to her series of zines, writing this time about Grief. It's hard to imagine anyone else being able to ...

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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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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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Unemployment

by Aaron Lake Smith

Unemployment is the newest zine by Aaron Lake Smith of Big Hands fame. "There's nothing quite like the nagging doubt ...

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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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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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A Very Brief History of Buttons

by Busy Beaver Button Co

As the title suggests, the 24-page zine is a quick look at the history of pin-backs, told through photos of buttons ...

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We Need To Eat!

by Stacie

An amazing guide to consciously cheap eating for yourself and others. This zine contains over 75 low-cost quick ...

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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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We Won’t Move: Tenants Organize in New York City

by Josh MacPhee and Partner & Partners

Celebrating the We Won’t Move: Tenant Organizing in New York City exhibition, this glorified zine is full of ...

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Welcome to Nursing HELLo

by Joel Craig

As Joel explains, there are many reasons why people go into nursing, but the number one reason they give is that they ...

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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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What the Ladies Have to Say

This zine contains several extensive interviews with female activists in Palestine, Indonesia, and The Phillipines . An ...

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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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Why Do People Hate America?

by Merryl Wyn Davies and Ziauddin Sardar

American corporations and popular culture affect the lives and infect the indigenous cultures of millions around the ...

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