from website: Check out our collection of hundreds of free downloadable pdfs and links to online readable zines!
***PLEASE NOTE - These zines are all focused on Black issues, protests/activism guides, law enforcement, abolishing policing, etc.
Digital downloads of zines or pamphlets published by What Would an HIV Doula Do?, "a community of people joined in response to the ongoing AIDS Crisis. We understand a doula as someone who holds space during times of transition." Includes Covid era pamphlets as well.
he Queer Zine Archive Project (QZAP) was first launched in November 2003 in an effort to preserve queer zines and make them available to other queers, researchers, historians, punks, and anyone else who has an interest DIY publishing and underground queer communities. from the website.
Click on the title and then look for online link in upper right area. Some of these zines have been digitized so that you can get the original booklet version of the zine by printing out double sided and then folding and/or staping. Others are scanned as PDF files or other formats. They can be printed out in most cases, but not in the original booklet form.
Punk Planet was a 16,000 print run punk zine, based in Chicago, Illinois, from 1994-1007. It focused most of its energy on looking at punk subculture rather than punk as simply a music genre. In addition to covering music, Punk Planet also covered visual arts and a wide variety of progressive issues — including media criticism, feminism, and labor issues. (from website)
Located in Lawrence, Kansas the mission of Solidarity! Revolutionary Center and Radical Library is to organize as a non-hierarchical collective for the purpose of sharing and distributing information. The collection is compiled of Zines (personal, non-copy written, non-traditionally peer reviewed articles, journals, and art) that were specifically purchased, donated, traded, or created for the Solidarity! Collection. These works cover every topic from Globalization and the Industrial Prison Complex to first kisses. from the website.
Launched in 2009, Project NIA is an advocacy, organizing, popular education, research, and capacity-building center with the long-term goal of ending youth incarceration. This is a collection of over 50 zine publications, either "born digital" or digitized