We’ve added a handful of new zines to our catalog. As always, they are all available for download in PDF format. We can also mail copies if that is helpful, these and all the other zines can be ordered via our website.
We also welcome suggestions for titles that we should add to the website. We’ll be pruning the collection a bit in the coming weeks and are particularly interested in replacing titles with out-of-date information. Please get in touch with suggestions.
- Burning the Bridges They Are Building: Anarchist Strategies against Police in the Puget Sound, Winter 2011 – This is an overview of anti-police activity in Puget Sound with an eye towards explaining how some anarchists responded to the problem of “how to begin.”
- How to Survive a Felony Trial: Keeping Your Head up through the Worst of It – This is a reprint of a Crimethinc article on surviving a felony trial. It’s always important to be prepared for the worst.
- 12 Things to Do Instead of Calling the Cops – We posted this zine in the summer and it was widely circulated, but now we can mail copies if you need them.
- Anarchy, Activism, and Insurrection – A classic interview with A Murder of Crows that outlines the insurrectionary critique of activism.
- Defining Gentrification & On Displacement: Two Essays – A zine collecting two short articles on gentrification.
- Capitalism and the Mystique of the Local – A critique of the ways in which “localism” and local economies are often used to gloss over the problems of gentrification and capitalism.
- Atamansha – The Ukrainian anarchist Maria Nikiforova played a prominent role in the Russian Revolutions of 1917 and the subsequent Civil War as an organizer, military commander, and terrorist. Her exploits became the stuff of folklore. But she was ‘blacklisted’ by official historians and her story was lost for generations.