Great news – we’ve just finished our re-print of Towards a Less Fucked Up World: Sobriety and Anarchist Struggle! We printed the first run of this incredible zine last summer, in a small edition of 200 copies. They ran out extremely fast and there’s been a huge time crunch for us to re-print the zine so that it could continue to inspire hope and change (take that, Obama!) to a new generation of sober and non-sober folks. They’re finally here, so if you want to order some, just send us an e-mail! They are $4 each plus shipping. If you’re a bookstore, infoshop or distro and would like to buy copies in bulk, we think that’s great, too! We offer a 50% discount off of bulk orders that are paid up front. The minimum order for bulk ordering is 10 copies.
If you’d rather pick up a copy in your area, here are some places where the zine is available:
Black Rose Infoshop (Portland, OR)
In Other Words (Portland, OR)
Bound Together Books (San Fransisco, CA)
Wooden Shoe Infoshop (Philadelphia, PA)
Bluestockings Books (New York, NY)
BUT WAIT, THERE’S MORE! We’ve just printed the first issue in a series for The Art of Dismantling, an interview series hosted by Autonomous Music that explores the connection between art and social change. Each issue will feature two interviews with various artists, writers, publishers and more, plus an introduction. The first issue contains an interview with comic book legend Alan Moore, as well as Resident Anti-Hero, an underground hip-hop duo that uses their music as activism. Folks who donated to our Kickstarter campaign will be receiving a copy – otherwise, the best way to get them is directly through The Art of Dismantling. For Portland locals, we’ll be sure to donate some to a few lending libraries around town!