SQUAT: An Anarchist Birth Journal is finally up online so people can read it for free if they like. Print it out, share it with friends, do what you like with it. And submit stuff to us for the next issue at firstname.lastname@example.org!
A workbook zine from some cool folks at the Wench Collective in Kentucky.
About: sensuality, intimacy, sexual identity, sexual health and reproduction, and seuxalization.
This is the second newspaper put out by the World Without collective based out of Melbourne. Their new website, different from the one listed in the newspaper, will be http://www.worldwithoutsexualassault.org/ though it is not yet online. World Without also runs a distro at http://www.myspace.com/bottlesandbonesdistro, and they have an email address: email@example.com
The newspaper has articles on topics like grieving and mourning, myths about sexual assault, restorative justice, consent, and support.
EASY LIVING on the road! (aka: a bunch of stuff you can do at hotels while you are on the road!)
In this mini-zine you will find ways to get free breakfast, free internet and/or computer access, free household goods, and more. read more »
the icarus project (http://theicarusproject.net/) is a radical mental health movement that's working to reinvision "madness" and what that means for all of us. here is a zine created by the providence, ri chapter with stories, experiences and advice about mental illness of all varieties. contact firstname.lastname@example.org
distributed by the providence public art collective - check out pvdpublicart.wordpress.com for more zines
This crucial guide to woman's health gets older but not less useful. It features a well organized resource with a clear index of health problems along with remedies. Also contains a glossary of herbs and their properties. A very handy resource to share with a friend in need.
from deleuze and guattari's a thousand plateaus: read more »
An independent newspaper for the University of Washington community by the Ruckus Collective. We are for participatory democracy, social justice, collective liberation, and resistance to killing the planet.
Volume 10, Issue 2, covers community organizing to defend jobs and education, health care, relief efforts in Haiti, Chase Bank and move your money, chocolate, and queer youth space in Seattle. Plus, reportbacks from the Vancouver Olympics and an occupation at Evergreen State College, and poetry by Dee Allen. read more »
This zine is by Dealing With Our Shit, a men's group for men and male-identified people from the Twin Cities who later took on the task of mentoring other males through accountability processes for sexual assault. It's over 100 pages of interviews, reflections, and analysis about their history, their experiences, and their effectiveness. A great resource for anyone interested in working on community response to sexual assault outside the prison/court system. Lots of art, too!
(large file, beware!): read more »
transformation tribe is committed to sharing creative works emerging from persynal transformation: a way, process, path, continuum of growth--the creative urge expressed and lived. we present global works emerging naturally from stepping into one’s power and raw pure essence, via the practices of living foods, yoga, meditation, breathwork and internal cleansing. the first edition of this journal was published in the autumn of 2007.
please send comments and suggestions to: email@example.com.
a free spirit can only exist in a freed body
--duncan school banner read more »
This is the first volume in a series of zines involving plants that can be used as food, medicine, and functional tools. Volume I details "weeds" and common plants that can be found worldwide.
Please visit Yggdrasil Distro at yggdrasildistro.wordpress.com for more free anarchist literature.
This is a one-sheet zine put out by the Icarus Project on how to respond to mental health crises. It includes info on how to respond to someone who's suicidal, suggestions for those who intervene, and info about advance directives (legal documents that spell out how someone wants to be treated if they're institutionalized and can't speak coherently for themselves).
More at the Icarus Project: http://theicarusproject.net
Veganarchy Issue #1 - Summer 2009
Veganarchy is a free, independently published magazine, aka “zine.” It’s purpose is to provide an outlet for creatively-produced content regarding veganism, anarchism, and related issues. We accept submissions on a continual basis, so send us an email if you'd like to contribute!