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.
From Liz Mason:
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&..
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..
CALIBAN AND THE WITCH is a history of the body in the transition to capitalism. Moving from the peasant revolts of the late Middle Ages to the witch-hunts and the rise of mechanical philosophy, Federici investigates the capitalist rationalization of social reproduction. She shows how the battl..
From Pioneers Press:
Adam Gnade's second novel, Caveworld, is a howl of desperation as its characters fight to find love and meaning in a society with which they feel out of step. Richly encyclopedic and set in the twin border towns of Tijuana and San Diego, the book tells two love stories se..
This fully annotated transcript from one of the great unsung heroes of witchcraft shares a wonderful collection of hands-on practices for the traditional witch. You will also discover a history of the Museum of Witchcraft and Magic that Cecil founded, a treatise on the practices of the wayside witch..
Before its modern incarnation of predictive horoscopy, Astrology was in centuries past integrated with science, magic, mysticism and philosophy. In this groundbreaking anthology, ten of today's most influential esoteric astrologers write concerning Astrology's hidden occult aspects, from her..
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 ..