Our Grief is a Starting Point in the Fight against Fascism

This short zine, designed by Eff Charm, features an op-ed piece written by Cindy Milstein for Truthout.org in response to the Tree of Life Synagogue murders in Pittsburgh in late October 2018. It looks at, to quote from the zine, “reclaim[ing] our capacity to be fully human in all our messy beauty and specifically, as counter to this messy, ugly time period. We can self-determine to mourn and organize together.”


“Mourning and organizing offer a renewed promise of social love in how we go about experimenting, in the here and now, with forms of freedom against forms of fascism.”

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Anarchist Zines & Pamphlets Published in September 2018

The following zines were published in the past month. We hope that this post is useful and that the increased visibility of these zines contributes to the spread of anarchist ideas. We have heard of folks printing off these zines and sending them to prisoners, using the list as a basis for reading groups, or … Read moreAnarchist Zines & Pamphlets Published in September 2018

Anarchist Zines & Pamphlets – August 2018

Here’s our monthly round-up of anarchist zines and pamphlets published over the past month. If you have suggestions for titles to include next month, please get in touch. Previous months of these posts are available here. All previously featured zines are available on Archive.org. As usual, we encourage folks to print these out, share them … Read moreAnarchist Zines & Pamphlets – August 2018