Mail Order now together!

After many years of not really running a mail-order, we’ve finally got one set up! It’s mostly SteamPunk Magazzine and related stuff, but you can add free Strangers zines to any order you make. Since we offer most of our zines for free, it didn’t really make sense to set up a mail-order of free things (since, sadly, we are made neither of time or postage). But we hope this system will work out well.

Olympia Anarchist Bookfair!

Strangers In A Tangled Wilderness will be at the Olympia Anarchist Bookfair, April 18-20. We’ll be tabling all of our free literature and music (and the occasional sold steampunk item), including at least 5 new zines that have yet to be seen on the internet! This bookfair will be accompanied by a Really Really Free Market, which is of course one of the best things in the world. Long live the gift economy! Long live anarchy! Anyhow, I’m pretty excited about it. Hope you’ll come out.

Album – We Are Not In The Least Afraid Of Ruins

After two years in the making, we are proud to release Attack Attack Attack’s second album, “We Are Not In The Least Afraid Of Ruins.” 12 tracks that run the gamut from danceable dark electronica to darkwave to drum & bass to ambient, this album has a lot to offer. You can download the entire album, complete with PDF of the album cover (print it out, cut along the lines, fold it, then tape the sides) and a PDF of the booklet (print double-sided onto two sheets of paper, fold twice, staple and cut). Also, you can download individual tracks from the music page.

The Mid-Atlantic Radical Bookfair!

Strangers in a Tangled Wilderness will be tabling at the Mid-Atlantic Radical Bookfair in Baltimore, Maryland this weekend on Saturday and Sunday (October 20th and 21st). Come see us and pick up free zines! We will have nearly the entire catalog of Strangers materials available, although since 95% of it is free, it might not last that long. We’ll also be hawking SteamPunk Magazine and the SteamPunk’s Guide to the Apocalypse, of course. I’ll also be giving a talk on Sunday at 4pm on the tyranny of copyright.