Inertia Is A Motherfucker #1

Inertia is a Motherfucker


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Oh no! A personal zine! Everyone either loves or hates personal zines. We like this one, in part perhaps because we published it. It’s actually about a year old: we just got permission from the author of it to host it online. Before, it only existed in print for tabling. But we’re happy to make Inertia Is A Motherfucker available, a treatise on what it means to be (and stay) a traveler, about how, well, inertia is a motherfucker. Ooh and chaos. And romance. All that usual stuff. No trains though. The print version is paired with As The Day Is Long.

Herland

Herland


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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


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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.