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A friendly felon's guide to life after a felony

Author: Enigma, Aza.

"Being charged with a felony is not the end of the road and Aza Enigma is here to help you keep pushing forward through the cloud of doubt." - Publisher's description.

Table of Contents:
Surviving parole/probation
Building new networks
Cutting old connections
Building an educational framework
Figuring out next steps
Setting goals and prioritizing
Building a business
State by state information
Final words.

Civilization will eat itself

Author: Prieur, Ran.

An entirely hand done account from a primitivist point of view about utilizing technology while realizing the contradiction, society imposing work and school upon us, and the way Romans at the end wrote history as if their empire wasn't about to crumble. Maybe they didn't realize it or maybe they were trying to prevent the public from realizing it. The good seems new, the bad seems old and accepted, and questionable changes are portrayed as good. The US writes the history books nowadays; are we about to be overtaken by metaphorical Visigoths? It's all hand written in a format that aesthetically reads very nicely. Ran doesn't talk about these things like he's the expert; he explores it like it's a conversation with a friend. Come check out the computer geek who thinks that computers are the downfall of society. - From publisher Personal reflections on the origins of civilization, how civilization has been a negative force, and what it might look like to reject it.

Firewood: build your cabin in the woods

Author: Sine.

In this zine, it offers serious real-life help in building your own house, growing your own food, making your own music, art culture, life. With information on how to physically do it, even all by yourself, there is also help on salvaging materials, obtaining cheap materials and building houses of wood, straw-bale, cob, Tipis and Gers. Also, you can read about growing your own Anarchist Victory Garden and get a little lesson on Land Ownership in Scotland. In general, a really inspiring and helpful zine. - From publisher

How to Boycott

Author: Biel, Joe, 1977-.
Other Author(s): Blue, Elly.

Full title: How to Boycott: make your voice heard, understand history, & change the world
From Chick-Fil-A to the Boston Tea Party, Nike to Women's Suffrage in the U.S., United Farm Workers to the Woolworth's Lunch Counter, boycotts have been an instrumental way to push the needle and change the world from the ground up. This zine distinguishes between virtgue signaling and boycotts and how to channel the lessons from history to change the world in your own movements by building effective coalitions and creating public sympathy for them. Read up and you'll be along with the wild ride of history as well as tips from those who were successful about how to be the change that you want to see! - From publisher

Mettanoia: Mental Health & Self Care Strategies

Author: Pederson, Shea,

Includes helpful resources. "A brief look at mental health and self-care in an easy-to-read format. If you're struggling with your mental health, this may be the zine for you!" - From publisher

Mindful occupation: rising up without burning out

Author: Mindful Occupation (Organization).

This booklet was made by a group of radical mental health activists from all over North America - Back cover. Includes bibliographical references (pages 79-82).

MOSS: perspectives on Portland's Environment

Author(s): Logan, Emily,

Summer 2010 "Moss is a zine based in Portland, Oregon that features fiction and nonfiction about a single environmental topic in each issue. This issue focuses on water, serving as a primer and treatise about the political and ethical issues involved in an urban area like Portland. There's a story told through an interview between an activist behind bars and an Oregonian reporter. Another bit chronicles a young journalists attempt to cover a story he didn't yet feel qualified for - endangered salmon and a logging company leaking sediment into the stream. It was a young man's lesson about ecology firsthand and how dire the consequences are for our environment. There's also a guide to setting up your own rain garden, a mild amount of poetry, restoration of the Klamath River valley basin water supply, the diminished quality of Portland's drinking water supply, and so much. It's a rushing, fascinating journey here, folks!" - From publisher

Organizing cools the planet

Author: Moore, Hilary; Other Author(s): Russell, Joshua Kahn.

Full title: Organizing cools the planet: tools and reflections to navigate the climate crisis
Includes bibliographical references.

Speak out!: a zine exploring gendered violence

Author(s): Fogelson, Julia; Mykhaylova, Mary.

Collects stories and art focused on "gendered violence" a term that includes any act that perpetuates structural inequality on the basis of gender.

War is a Racket

Author: Smedley Butler

"War is a Racket is the title of a speech and a booklet by former U.S. Marine Major General Smedley Darlington Butler, one of only 19 people to be twice award the Medal of Honor, in which Butler frankly discusses from his experience as a career military officer how business interests have commercially benefited from warfare. After he retired from the Marine Corps., Gen. Butler made a nationwide tour in the early 1930's giving his speech 'War is a Racket'. The speech was so well received that he wrote a longer version as a small book with the same title published in 1935. Last Word Press is proud to reprint this anti-war book for a modern audience." - From back of cover

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