In January 2020 there was an article/review of a witchcraft book where the author attempted to become a witch in a week by following the ideas in the book. They came to the conclusion that modern witches were anti-vax climate and change deniers.
The internet witches freaked out! One cle..
"I've lived in Portland, Oregon since 1999. I was 22 when I moved here and I turn 37 this summer. This city has seen me grow and change and become more myself. I've called other cities 'home". My first 10 years were spent in Texas, the next 12 in Utah. I've written about bo..
In 20 years of publishing Brainscan zine there is one incredibly important thing in my life that I have not written about, and that is witchcraft. I am a witch and I have been studying and practicing witchcraft for over a decade and it has been a very useful tool in my life and personal growth.
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I Never Thought The Story Of My Life Would Be a Legal Drama
These five zines go together in a narrative of survival from an emotionally abusive relationship and rising through the ashes with the help..
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Lessons learned from loss of family members, one being a parent (my mom) and the other more recently being a pet (my cat). Did I mention my cat passed on my deceased mother's birthday? Yeah, it doesn't get much more poetic than that. This zine is a eulogy for my little fu..
by Liz Mason
What started out as a companion zine to go with my submission to a mixtape club turned into a 100+-page illustrated series of essays reconstructing pop stardom, consumerist empires, obsession and public scrutiny, as seen through the lens of fascination with Britney Spears.
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The Searching Issue!
There can be many avenues for the investigative journey that is finding some kind of answers about life: therapy, drugs, religion, sensory deprivation, even eating shit tons of candy. This issue of Caboose is about one I took -- after reading David Lynch&..
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This issue of Caboose: Jury Duty! Everybody wants to know if being on a court jury anything like TV, but if you read my zine about it you can be the judge of that. I will be the first to admit I've never watched Law and Order, and I'll pick Night Court over Judg..
From Liz Mason
Things in this issue have to do with reaching out and connections: people, technology, print, conclusions. There are pieces about my experience with virtual dance parties, the ludicrous revisitation of my college radio show recordings, a discussion with Eamon Daly ..
From Liz Mason
My husband Joe and I collaborated on this zine about fraternal orders and forbidden knowledge -- an obvious gag because our last name is Mason. We used the pre-existing Freemason-influenced social structure as a template for making your own order. We looked at things like the OTO..
I think Giz might travel more than anyone I know. This issue of Cheap Toys is full of stories of trains and tour through Europe. He plays music and goes to lots of place that make me jealous: Bulgaria, Istanbul, the Balkans, Slovenia, are a few to be mentioned. Most of this zine is written in ..