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Zine Philosophy: Return to the Night: Starting a Band When You’re Over 35

by Stephanie Johns Hello from Not You, a four piece rock band from Halifax, NS. This is Stephanie. Here’s my advice about how to start a band when you’re older (over 35, that special time). First, it helps if you’ve played music before, and feel comfortable on a stage and holding and playing and instrument […]

Zine Philosophy: The Story Swallowers

The following piece is an excerpt from Everything + All At Once, a zine by Toronto-based author and illustrator Markus “Star” Harwood-Jones. The zine is a preview of their upcoming novel. We loved the way The Story Swallowers warmly and kindly advises queer storytellers on how to protect their work. The Story Swallowers by Star […]

Zine Philosophy: How To Build A Punk Archive

by Maximum Rock n’ Roll’s archive coordinator Shivaun Watchorn Maximum Rocknroll has been covering the international punk and hardcore underground for nearly 40 years. MRR was the brainchild of Tim Yohannan, an obsessive record collector from the San Francisco Bay area who embraced punk in its infancy and helped to bring punks all over the […]

Zine Philosophy: Metropolarity

[image via metroplarity.net] Metropolarity is a Philadelphia-based sci-fi distro, community organization and “time travel startup” that engages artists, activists and futurists to study the intersections between technology and community. In their own words: “We choose science fiction as our lens to create new worlds, identities, self paradigms, and to destroy old, harmful ones.” Visit them […]

Zines Für Alles

by Leah Buckareff This summer, a culmination of the right time, place and people aligned allowing for the creation of The Lesen Lounge — a tiny, open-air zine reading and making lounge — to roll into Berlin parks. The idea behind the project is quite simple but, perhaps because it’s not a commercial project, it […]

Zines as Essential Resources

When asked to teach a workshop on the black bloc tactic to the Direct Action group at Occupy Boston, a seasoned activist looked to Wikipedia for information on the history of this group. Meanwhile, I found a copy of the zine Can’t Stop Kaos! A Brief History of the Black Bloc at Occupy Boston’s Audre Lorde […]

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