from Liz Mason
The Adult Geek Issue!
True to the zinester "When I'm Damn Good and Ready" publishing schedule, Gen Xers and lifelong friends Liz Mason (me) and Julie Halpern have published a new issue of Cul-de-sac 20 years after the last issue. This time around we're lookin..
By Liz Mason
Remember jumping up and down on the bed to your favorite music, or dancing with your friends when you were a kid to your favorite song? That's what Dance Dance Party Party is. It's a one hour dance party workout that originated in New York, then made its way to Chicago in 2..
This quarter sized book is a fun read that you will want to share with your friends. Short sweet illustrated descriptions that explain the difference between things that are often confused or transposed.
140 Pages with a spine!..
Adam Gnade's The Do-It-Yourself Guide to Fighting the Big Motherfuckin' Sad is a self-described "anti-depression guide/guide to a freer, more lawless life." Gnade's book looks at the root causes of sadness, anxiety, and general malaise/boredom and offers helpful point-by-p..
In this new (!) issue of the long-running Doris zine, Cindy writes about her unique relationship with her friend Elliott and the time they spent squatting in an old empty beach house in Cape Cod following the death of a friend. She writes about the freedom she and Elliott had then, to devo..
A great issue of Doris. Thinking about what it means to both have close friends and be part of a community. Gratitude for the life lessons Mom taught. A conversation with imprisoned environmental activist Marius Mason. And the first interview in Cindy Crabb's "Anarchists Over 40&q..
Cindy conducts interviews, profiles radical discourse, draws cute comic versions of what she is talking about, and shares her take on making a life worth living. Included also are new writings interspersed with interviews other people did with Cindy about playing music, being an anarchist, being a f..
From the peculiar pamphlet series by our friends at Fiddler's Green:
Superstition and the Thinking Irrationalist
A Fiddler's Green Leaflet by Clint Marsh & Kelly Patton
12 pages, 4 illustrations, and copper foil leaf logo on the cover
Have you ever crossed your fingers or wore a ..
I've been searching for witchy zines and I have finally found one!
Woo that is centered in justice and activism! Stories weave in and out with a glossary of magical terms and a belief systems constructed from landscape. This zine explores Neo-pagan thoughts, rituals, and magic thorough person..
I love to see the world through the eyes of Finn.
In this issue of Everyday Magic Finn explore the concept of Place. Finn has been living on a far for 2 years and looked at their relation to the land and the seasons.
Musing of white ancestors through the lens of cultural theft. I love the idea..