There are a plethora of vegan cookery books, zines, and pamphlets out there. Some are ok, some are good. A few are excellent. This definitely falls into the latter category. Each edition (I...
Xerography Debt is back with issue #29 featuring more of the beloved "review zine with perzine tendencies" wherein your favorite zine writers become zine reviewers, columnists, and news hounds!...
Pound the Pavement's new binding technique helps to hold its wealth of content — Approximately 200 protest images of George Bush's face, or slanderous spray-paint scrawl invoking his...
France, May '68$6.00
Excellent history, evaluation and critique, from two militants who were there. Includes a wealth of graphics and reprinted material from the events themselves.
A punk rock vision quest told in the tradition of the anarchist travel story, Off The Map is narrated by two young women as they discard their maps, fears, and anything resembling a plan, and set...
An Anthology 1991–2001$14.00
The first ten years of Doris. The female Cometbus? A damn fine read, for sure. "Cindy writes her zine, DORIS, like she is figuring out the human condition. She makes writing about the...
Moe Bowstern has brought us the inside story about being a woman who fishes commercially for years. If that doesn't seem fascinating to you, you have another thing coming. Moe is an amazing...
An Anthology 1997-2005$14.00
Yup, another zine anthology. And yup, its another good one. Actually, its another excellent one. From anarchist projects in Richmond, VA, to touring with a band, the personal and political mesh in...
Despite the numbering system, this is actually the first issue of artist, art-curator, and anarchist Josh Macphee's zine. As you might expect, it showcases (in glorious full color) a collection of...
Second glorious issue of the street-art zine. This one examines editor Josh Macphee's obsession with the streetlight (or lamppost). Here, in glorious full-color, is what some folks have adorned the...