RockPaperScissors is a magazine published each month.
We’re like-minded people, following the same path. We’re not so concerned with where this path started, but more with where it goes – towards a sane and sustainable way of living. read more »
(Seite 1 (Cover) und Seite 2 werden in Farbe gedruckt, der Rest schwarz-weiß)
(page 1 (cover) and page 2 are printed in colour, the rest in black-an-white)
The second zine compiled by Austin ladies’ group B.E.T.C.H. (Beautiful, Educated Thunder Cunts from Hell). This issue is about navigating space. Not outer space, but the space we already occupy and move through everyday. How we are perceived in this space and how we learn to live in it. Contents range from essays and letters, to poetry and comics.
What may be the last of the series, Gatitos y burritos returns with two completed puzzles and more ridiculousness. It is highly suggested you print this and when finished reading pass it off to the nearest unattended child.
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 »
Anarchy in the Age of Dinosaurs is a book written by the Curious George Brigade, an anarchist collective in the CrimethInc. network. About their project the collective says "By dinosaurs, we mean Capitalism, The State, Hierarchy, and the countless other guises worn by Authority. What shall come after the dinosaurs! read more »
a personal chronicle of self-healing and acceptance in the wake of rape. a meditation on what it means to have a queer body, to reclaim that queer body, and to consider the issues of sexuality, gender, and queerness in light of sexual violence. contains frank discussion of rape, sexual assault, addiction, self-harm, anxiety, depression, and similarly triggering subjects.
Issue 3 is about traveling around Europe: vegan food, anarchist social centres, squats, music, museums, Jewish history, anxiety disorder and so on and so forth.
Gatitos y Burritos returns with a vengeance (kind of like when you break down and eat anything from Taco Hell). This issue is full of quizzes, breakfast burritos and Catwoman vs. Burritowoman. This zine was made by Gloria Bestefan of the recently deceased Chavez Co-op. Long Live the Chavez Co-op!
The Worst is a compilation zine on grief, loss, death, and mourning in radical scenes -- how grief intersects with radical politics, how we can support those we know who have lost people dear to them, how we can support ourselves through the overwhelming emotions that accompany loss and mourning, how we can create room in radical scenes for people to grieve and still participate, how we cope and t read more »
Very short story about heart-break. First time making one, apologies for the large photos, but I was overly excited.
Echo! Echo! #8 is a zine created by KG. Issue 8 is comprised of stories spanning one-year period. Ending university classes, nostalgia, zoo trips, kissing lessons and lists. Also includes some original poetry and art.
One of the most controversial subjects in the news is abortions. Conservatives and liberals debate whether women should be allowed to obtain abortions, neither side budging on the issue. In this battle, health care services are cut and reproductive rights are denied. The state is attempting to take away our rights as men and women to determine the timing, spacing, and number of our children. read more »