by the sali distro project
Off The Map is a travelogue written by Hibikina Chickena and Kika Kat. It was originally a self-published zine and was later published and sold in both zine and book form by the CrimethInc. Ex-Workers Collective.
The following is the description offered from the CrimethInc. "Cyberian Market" page: read more »
made a zine,
here it is.
oh, it is probably flawed but so am i.
about: boundaries, ducks and butterfly life cycles.
includes a speech by audre lorde, a letter from a lovely turkish lady and part of one from the boy i am in love with who is in jail, some nice sentiments and a few blurry pictures.
read it, or don't.
I wrote this book between ages 17 and 21, have changed a bit since but not too much (4 years). It only represents my current thinking 60% but I am not doing much with it so I figure I might as well let people download it. To buy a paperback copy, visit my lulu.com page at http://stores.lulu.com/store.php?fStoreID=428189&fMode=edit read more »
Nanni Balestrini was born in Milan in 1935. Known both as an experimental writer of prose and verse and as a cultural and political activist, he played a leading role in avant-garde writing and publishing in the sixties. His involvement with the extra-parliamentary left in the seventies resulted in terrorism charges (of which he was subsequently acquitted) and a long period of self- imposed exile from Italy. 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 email@example.com
distributed by the providence public art collective - check out pvdpublicart.wordpress.com for more zines
i am a zine about
life . sex . mental illness
friends . losing it . hope
places . people . support
i am ready to print.
This Perzine is about graduating high school in San Dimas, CA (The land of Bill and Ted!), ex-girlfriends, going to a JFA show, work stories, the death of my cat, the Los Angeles fair, a road trip and finally a journal entry that was written as my Grandfather was dying in the other room.
Authors tackle the theme of 'all things never meant to be' in a literal or figurative context. Issue 4 includes Facebook status messages, an interview with Jeff Stark plus drawings by Nathan Schreiber.
From Microcosm: read more »
Folktales from past and future, as written by Tom Smith and Myra Eddy, plus others. Poetry, art, and stories.
An excerpt from the intro: read more »
Midwest Books to Prisoners Zine #1 March 2010
Table of Contents:
1 - Police Rogues Gallery
2 - Obama directs Illinois to host Guantanamo Bay detainees
3 - Free after Decades: Tortured and Innocent Prisoners
4 - Civil and Human Rights Violations at Cook County Jail
5 - Governor Quinn Kills Early Release Program
6 - Chicago Copwatch: People’s Blotter
7 - Women Prisoner Struggles
8 - Draft Proposal for an Anarchist Black Cross Network
9 - “Conviction Through Corruption” - the story of Willie Boyd
10 - Writing through Prisoners in Illinois read more »
[affective disorder [in the spring of a still-born decade]]
a friend once said:
no revolution is going to be generated
out of systemic
or structural laws.
we are on our own, and what we do
we have to do for ourselves.
we are the denizens
of a strange epoch,
the ‘given’ in a surreal situation.
while knowledge of space and time has been democratized, the
modes of inhabiting them (the modes of being) are controlled
more intensely than ever before. while sharing of information
is ubiquitous, understanding and love appear empty at best – at read more »
by Tommy Nail
Radical Asian womyn in Aotearoa declare: "We do exist!"
As a counter to patriarchal Pakeha-dominated capitalist systems, Dumpling and Bamboo discuss racisim, ethnocentrism, colonialism, sexism, homophobia, ageism, poverty/classism and multiple forms of oppression in the context of Aotearoa/New Zeaalnd.
In the spirit of feminism, Mellow Yellow is about the personal being political. It also opens a space for Asian womyn in Aotearoa to speak out, create understanding between all oppressed people, and organise collectively for a better world.
In Issue 2: read more »