A Country of Ghosts

A Country of Ghosts - zine - part 1

A Country of Ghosts - zine - part 2


Part 1 (60 pages)
Web PDF
Print PDF

Part 2 (44 pages)
Print PDF
Print PDF

Buy the paperback
Buy the ebook

A Country of Ghosts

Margaret Killjoy

Less than a year after the release of Margaret Killjoy’s utopian novel A Country of Ghosts, we’re proud to bring you the zine version! It didn’t fit in a single volume, so it’s two thick zines.
Continue reading A Country of Ghosts

Propaganda of the Dead

Anarchist Lessons for the Zombie Apocalypse

Propaganda of the DeadWeb PDF
Print PDF

I was in a med study when the zombie outbreak began. That’s right, a master’s degree in philosophy and the only way I could come up with to pay rent was to sell my still-living body to capitalist science. I know, I know… in retrospect I should have studied something useful, like small engine repair.

Oh, and I wasn’t just in any med study when the zombie outbreak began, I was in the med study where it began. The researchers were testing some kind of acne medication, looking to see if there were any adverse side effects when it was used on healthy adults. There were. Thanks, capitalist society, for pretty much ending the world.

Continue reading Propaganda of the Dead

Jessup the Goblin

Jessup the Goblin


Web PDF
Print PDF

by Jimmy T. Hand

Once, not so long ago but in a place very different from here, there lived a little goblin boy. As everyone knows, all little goblins are called boys until they grow up and pick whether they want to be a goblin man or goblin woman or something else entirely.

This little goblin’s name was Jessup, and he wanted to be a runner more than anything else in the world. In those days, people used runners to pass messages between one village and the next. They had telephones, of course, but ringing someone up was considered rude and was only done in emergencies.

Every spring, each village held competitions to see which goblins were the fastest. The winners competed against the human boys in the great summer festival. Human children, of course, are both boys and girls. But the girls weren’t allowed to compete because human culture is sexist.

Continue reading Jessup the Goblin

Space Pirates With Mohawks And Shit

Number One: Life On Other Planets Is Difficult

Space Pirates With Mohawks and ShitWeb PDF
Print PDF

by Margaret Killjoy

Get in the airlock,” Danarchy said, threatening the freighter captain with a scimitar.

“You’re going to rename my ship the Theremin?”

“You think I’m happy about it? I wanted it to be the Aus-Rotten, but it’s not my turn now is it? It’s Evey’s turn and she wants it called the Theremin. You have a problem with it, take it up with her.”
Continue reading Space Pirates With Mohawks And Shit

Herland

Herland


Web PDF
Print PDF

In 1915 or so, a kinda wingnutty but rather genius writer named Charlotte Perkins Gilman serialized the tale Herland in a magazine that she ran. In 1979, someone bothered to collect it into a book. But it has taken until 2009 for someone to collect it into a zine! (Well, that I know of).

Prepare yourself for the zany adventures of three kinda asinine American gentlemen who find themselves in an all-female utopia, a socialist one that touches on animal rights and food-forestry!

Ever & Anon

Ever and Anon


Web PDF
Print PDF

In the course of our research into anarchist fiction, we stumbled upon a copy of Ever & Anon, a novella by Octavio Buenaventura, published by that shadowy group The International Anarchist Conspiracy. Unfortunately, PDFs didn’t seem available. So we contacted the author and found ourselves making a new zine of the thing. If you’re into remarkably well written anarchist fiction that explores the occult and the role of misfit artists in a post-revolutionary society, then we highly recommend Ever & Anon.