DO It Yourself (DIY) Alphabetically
Journal anarchiste apériodique N°1. Paris.
http://zinelibrary.info/files/DEFINITIF.pdf (15.1 mb)
occupation: a diy guide from the imaginary committee
With Masanobu Fukuoka
Sensei of Natural Farming
"The ultimate goal of farming is not growing of crops, but the cultivation and perfection of human beings."
ON THE RECENT #OCCUPATIONS: A COMMUNIQUE FROM THE WOMEN AND TRANS* CONSPIRACY FROM HELL (W.A.T.C.H.)
from the zine: read more »
What you have in your hands is a collective zine that is meant to raise public awareness and also give the opportunity to anyone who wants to participate, share knowledge, personal experience or even get in touch with each other but specially get to you the reader. Why? read more »
Zine produced in response to the Christchurch Earthquake of February 22, 2011. While focused on this event there are valuable ideas for any community organizer.
From Social Anarchism Journal, 1993
by Tom Knoche
This second time around we created an open invitation for the public to submit writings, pictures, and music in the theme of "Spring". We took the title, "Summer in the Light and Winter in the Shade" from a quotation by Charles Dickens as it neatly and very nicely captures the season. read more »
Peak Oil Survival by Aric McBay.
It is a literary-graphic almanac.
Languages are ukrainian, russian and english,
but the main language, by the way the oldest language of civilisation is a graphic.
You can download 10 issues at http://pechyvo.com.
Pepperspray, CS, & Other ‘Less-Lethal’ Weapons used by Rioting Police to Suppress Dissent by the autonomedical collective (2007, pdf).
Print it using double sided printing, with 66% scale reduction in “landscape/horizontal” format. This will yield a small brochure that can be folded.
Keywords: Pepperspray, pepper spray, tear gas, mace, OC, CS, CN,taser, rubber bullet, concussion grenade, pepper ball, riot cop, repression, police brutality.
An (american) anarchist introduction to firearms and their use.
This brilliant zine presents a critique of wildcrafting (i.e. harvesting medicinal plants and herbs from the wild) that comes from a perspective rooted in decolonization and indigenous solidarity. It asks what ethical wildcrafting looks like for herbalists who are also settlers in North America. read more »