Posts Tagged ‘zine’

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Check out the just released issue #1 of Calm Down Zine, from 4 different contributors in the Richmond area – a critique of practices in social justice/radical/ anarchist activism and a call out for more effective tactics!!

We have just uploaded 3 vegan anarchist zines written in spanish! Please read, share, print, and distribute as you like!

We did not write these zines, but our friends did! All credit to WARZONE DISTRO/The Feral Space
xtheferalspacex@ riseup.net

 

https://archive.org/details/Lamismaslibertad

https://archive.org/details/LiberacionAnimalVeganismoEspeciesmoAthropocentrismo

https://archive.org/details/UNMINUTODEREFLEXION

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We have a new free zine rack at the Wingnut! Our friend Nic gave us the great rack.
If you have anarchist or radical literature that you can give us for free to distribute for free please send them to us -
2005 Barton Avenue Richmond Va 23222

Download the zine here!

A veganarchist critique of liberal veganism. Zine written by our friends at the Feral Space.

A vegan straight-edge anarchist space for information, community organizing, and direct action in Elgin, IL.

 

Want to know what anarchism is all about? Wondering what it is that the Wingnut does, and why?

This new zine from Strangers in a Tangled Wilderness Press is an excellent introduction to anarchism.

Click on this link to read it, and download and print to share.

http://www.tangledwilderness.org/life-without-law/

Make sure you donate to Strangers in a Tangled Wilderness Press if you enjoy it!

A teaser:

Life Without Law

An Introduction to Anarchist Politics

An anarchist is someone who rejects the domination of one person or class of people over another. Anarchism is a very broad umbrella term for a group of political philosophies that are based on the idea that we can live as anarchists. We anarchists want a world without nations, governments, capitalism, racism, sexism, homophobia… without any of the numerous, intersecting systems of domination the world bears the weight of today.

There is no single perfect expression of anarchism, because anarchism is a network of ideas instead of a single dogmatic philosophy. And we quite prefer it that way.

 

Rojonekku Word Fighting Arts presents a Hand-to-Hand Haiku Tournament to benefit the 2013 Richmond Zine Fest.

Bring 20-some or so haiku (or short less than 17-syllable poems if you must) to compete in a weird, organized but sort of crazy format, as hosted/navigated and lead along by Raven Doctorlounge Mack. It’s a low-key, wide open format, so don’t be afraid, I’m not the police. Come and compete, or just come and watch. No admission to enter but yo, it says benefit, so maybe bring some money to kick into the RVA Zinefest coffers. Events like this don’t run themselves.
7:30 pm sign-up and snacks, 8:00 pm kick off.
Winner will get some sort of prize, I am sure. For more information contact Raven Mack at ravenmack at gmail.com or read the google doc that explains ithttps://docs.google.com/document/d/14tOVhCuRz5uI009i7C5-FVfd7XVgfwsVw6-PfvPZOz8/edit?usp=sharing .

Facebook event here: https://www.facebook.com/events/567801926600854/

Richmond Zine Fest Website here: http://www.richmondzinefest.org

https://www.facebook.com/events/142581612598088/

Come help raise some funds for this year’s Richmond Zine Fest & listen to some bad ass Richmond folks singin’ some soft tunes!

ZAC HRYCIAK & THE JUNGLE BEAT
http://zandthejungleb.bandcamp.com/

JULIE KARR
http://juliekarr.bandcamp.com/
one of her last shows in Richmond before leavin’ town!

RAMEYSAURUS
http://www.myspace.com/rameysaurus
also leaving town later this summer!

This year’s Richmond Zine Fest will be on October 5th, 2013 at the GCCR. register for tables & workshops @ richmonzinefest.org

Studio Two Three is Richmond’s nonprofit community print shop, located at 1617 W. Main Street
http://studiotwothree.com/

Richmond Zinefest presents ZINED! & Dirty Girls Fundraiser
Doors: 8pm
Movies Start: 8:30pm
Suggestion donation of $5

A documentary by Marc Moscato from 1997. The film explains what zines are and goes into the motivations behind self-publishing. It features interviews of legendary 90s zinesters and some wild editing! The film is becoming increasingly rare, but we have secured our hands on an original VHS copy of it!

Dirty Girls is another short documentary shot independently in 1996 about a group of 13-year-old riot grrrls in Los Angeles who were socially ostracized at their school by their peers and upperclassmen.

ABOUT US: The Richmond Zine Fest is an annual event at which local and national (and perhaps even international if we’re so lucky) zine-makers can gather to sell and trade their zines and network with other people in the zine community. The zine fest is not just for zine creators and distros. It’s an open event for all ages with tablers selling zines as well as other DIY items, informative and fun workshops throughout the afternoon, and good times, food and conversation in general. This event happens every Fall–typically during the month of October.

The Richmond Zine Fest has been going strong in Richmond, VA, since 2007.

http://richmondzinefest.org/

After a brief haitus, the Wingnut Anarchist Collective will again be hosting Open Hours on a weekly basis.

Our Open Hours are Wednesdays from 4pm to 9pm.

During Open Hours you can browse the Wingnut Radical Lending Library, check out books/return books, make a donation to our library collection, see our zines/magazines, get free literature or drop off some free literature, grab something from the free box or donate to it, play board games, use our computer/internet, drink coffee or tea, catch up on upcoming events, sit, read, relax, converse, pet dogs, etc.

Wingnut is a sober, all ages space.

Our guest policy, consent policy, allergies/accessibility, and directions/bus routes are all available on our website.

If you want to volunteer to bottomline Open Hours please email wingnut_collective@yahoo.com

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Please feel free to print and share these Richmond Zine Fest Fliers!

We are super excited to already have a confirmed date and venue, and to have our table and workshop registration open.

And don’t forget- the Wingnut is hosting a Zine Making Day on Saturday March 30th from 1-5 at 2005 Barton Avenue – come work on your project and share snacks/coffee/tea