DO It Yourself (DIY) Alphabetically
A Finnish language counterculture zine.
[rent is theft]
this zine is free.
Journal in English of the activities in year 2007 by the Bulgarian DIY collective Katarzis. Plus articles about the environmentalist problems in Bulgaria.
A compilation zine about learning good consent, from the author of Doris zine and the Support zine. For more like this, go here: http://www.phillyspissed.net/taxonomy/term/3
A zine that focuses on LEDs; what's good about them, what they're good for, a tutorial on how to make your own light, and even a haiku! A fairly practical zine with some nice writing.
A zine about self care and self love. Featuring articles about self harm as a method of self care and how to live on a budget while working part time and still have time for self care.
This zine provides how-to instructions for constructing a basic, low-cost, highly portable (as in sling it over your shoulder) sound system for demos, parties, or whatever. A tried and tested method, but it surely could be vastly improved upon as the author is not an expert. This zine is excerpted from the Engineering Social Justice and Peace zine, (Re)Construct Vol. read more »
second book of masanobu fukuoka, in which he more concretely and with more details explains his philosophy and practice. fukuoka says that man should be anti-anthropocentric, to observe the nature, to learn from it but also to know that he is not able to perceive all the natural lows. by observing and learning from nature, and producing food and other needs by just imitating natural laws and minimally adapting them, man can create sustainable and fulfilling environment for himself. read more »
The following text was written to help people discover, remind themselves or popularize the various syndicalist methods of struggle.
By an anarcho-syndicalist militant, CNT-AIT, 2006.
Translated by Cobbler and 888 for Libcom.org.
Design by Jared Davidson.
This classic text on picking locks and manufacturing the tools to do so is a must for all beginners. It is not specifically an anti-authoritarian or anarchic text, but the skills it imparts are amazingly valuable for all direct-action-oriented radical folks.
Contains info on pin and tumbler locks, waver locks (called "disk tumblers" in this zine), and briefly touches on tubular locks. Not a completely comprehensive guide, but essential for novices. Happy pickings!
At long last, we present to you Negate Politics, Affirm Cuteness. Expand the playground, kiss your best friend, etc.