Our friend Dinah DiNova is working her first book collecting her amazing tintype photographs that document queer and radical culture. And we’ll be publishing it once she gets the project more completed. To say we’re excited about this is to understate it quite a bit. She’s raising the money right now to complete her 4 … Continue reading
Strangers in a Tangled Wilderness is quite happy to announce our latest title, These Burning Streets by Kelly Rose Pflug-Back. The book is a collection of poetry paired with an essay on her experiences thus far with the Canadian prison system. Kelly herself is a rare combination of award-winning poet and militant anti-capitalist street fighter. … Continue reading
From Strangers zine author Wren Awry: My friends are a varied bunch: anarchists, activists, punks, artists, musicians and techies. They come from a variety of different backgrounds, gender expressions and political persuasions. But one thing I’ve noticed about my friends that cuts across qualifiers and social groups is that many have chosen new names for … Continue reading
Update: The book is published and available from Combustion Books! Sometime this summer we’ll be releasing a short book of poetry by political arrestee Kelly Rose Pflug-Back. For those who remain unaware, Kelly was arrested at the G-20 demonstrations in Toronto in 2010 and accused of being the leader of the leaderless Black Bloc. The … Continue reading
After being mostly-on-hiatus for the past year or so, we’re happy to announce that Strangers In A Tangled Wilderness is back. We’re looking forward to releasing new zines, photo books, regular books, albums, posters, and anything we can think of in our goal to produce the finest in anarchist culture. Also, we’ve redesigned our website … Continue reading
The biggest of these things yet, by far! This zine is really a book. 170 pages and over 200 photographs printed in full color, covering Margaret Killjoy’s travels of 2011. You can download the pdf, which is 31 mb and web-quality (the print quality file would be 10 times as large!) or you can purchase … Continue reading
Almost a year after our mail-order shut down, we’re excited to announce we’ve partnered with anarchist publishers Black Powder Press to keep our zines in print! So far they’re only carrying Ever & Anon, Being The Adventures of One Fine Summer, and …And Into Autumn, but the rest of our catalog will be forthcoming! Bookmark … Continue reading
hopefully I won’t break anything, but I’m changing the theme for the site (been the same for over 4 years now) so things might look funky for a minute.
Poems from after the collapse.
All orders placed before January 20th will be processed and go out, but we’re taking down the mail-order page after that. The PDFs and music will remain available on this site, and its likely that we will continue to produce material, but we’ll be seeking other distribution channels for now.