This is a dark, doomy tale of a post-future society, fairly cyberpunk, with anarchist themes. And I think it technically counts as furry. By Margaret Killjoy.
A year after AK Press released our own Margaret Killjoy’s Mythmakers & Lawbreakers: Anarchist Writers On Fiction (featuring interviews with such Strangers-published authors as Octavio Buenaventura, Jimmy T. Hand, and The Catastrophone Orchestra), we’re pleased as hell to offer the entire book in zine format.
Rather, in sixteen-zine format. We’ve split up each interview, as well as the introduction and the appendices, into their own zines so that each one can actually be printed and stapled. We haven’t laid them out in A4 format yet, unfortunately. If you live elsewhere in the world, it isn’t too hard to simple “shrink to fit” and the zine’s text is only slightly smaller.
|Zero: Kim Stanley Robinson|
|One: Ursula K Le Guin|
|Two: Derrick Jensen|
|Three: Alan Moore|
|Four: A CrimethInc. Ex-worker|
|Five: Professor Calamity of the Catastraphone Orchestra|
|Six: Jimmy T. Hand|
|Seven: Lewis Shiner|
|Eight: Cristy C. Road|
|Nine: Octavio Buenaventura|
|Ten: Michael Moorcock|
|Eleven: Carissa Van Den Berk Clark|
|Twelve: Rick Dakan|
|Thirteen: Jim Munroe|
|All of them zipped|
Writing to announce that postcivilized.net finally has content. It’s intended as a repository of articles about post-civilization theory, as well as short blogposts regarding various elements of post-civilized culture, etc… worth checking out.
We’ve got two new items in the mail-order!
Strangers In A Tangled Wilderness contributor Margaret Killjoy (author of Space Pirates With Mohawks And Shit as well as other zines) has been photographing their travels for the past year or so, collecting a unique sort of personal zine / photo book combination every season.
We’ve been tabling these photo zines for awhile, and the first one has been available online through a print-on-demand publisher, but we’re happy to have gotten some copies in bulk, so they’re now only $5, since you can buy them through us! Each one is 52 pages, full color, printed with a spine like a proper book and everything. The first issue can be downloaded for free, and the second one will be available for free download this autumn when Margaret returns from their European book tour.
We’ve also stopped carrying the Steamypunk 1-5 collection of zines for the moment until we can get them reprinted. Hopefully this fall you’ll be seeing several new books and zines from us, as well as reprintings of some of our favorites.
Number One: Life On Other Planets Is Difficult
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
A year after we released Inertia Is A Motherfucker #1, we’re pleased to bring out the second issue of this sorta-anonymous personal zine, subtitled I’m Not Cool. This issue gets into the author’s childhood trauma of schoolyard abuse and ties it into social issues relating to the anarchist scene. And it also rambles about Dungeons & Dragons and touches on some other crap too. The print PDF is paired with Space Pirates With Mohawks And Shit #1.
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.