Zines!

Please note: these are very much do-it-yourself/amateur booklets. (Apparently, the zines of today are mostly done with design programs and such, but I'm a teen of the 90s, so I'm all about the old school.) The information inside has been compiled and written by a professional, however. ;-) 


 

- STOP GENETICALLY MODIFIED ALFALFA! -

by Willow of Willow's Web Astrology

 


 - a 16-page pocket-sized zine of research and information compiled and written via an activist campaign that has been ongoing since 2011

- educate yourself about the dangers of GM alfalfa, its spread into the natural crop, and what you can do to protect yourself and those you love

- then pass it on to someone else or to an organization! A friend, an elected official, a media outlet, a local library or zine library, an activist group, an organic group or grocery store. The possibilities are darned near endless!

$5 plus postage

(approx. $2.00 in Canada or $3.00 in the U.S. for single issues, more for multiple issues or for international)

Please contact me at willowsweb [at] hushmail.com to order.

Back cover:

 

 Stop GM Alfalfa Bumper Stickers - $5/each


 

 

 

 - DECONSTRUCTING NEW AGE: The New Age Movement as a Spiritual Control Mechanism -

by Willow of Willow's Web Astrology

 



- a 32-page pocket-sized zine critiquing and deconstructing the New Age movement and its ideology

- far from being innocuous, this zine makes the argument that New Age is a spiritual and mind control mechanism 

- deprogram yourself and others with help from the potent critique and deconstruction in this zine
 
- distilled from over a decade of research and first-hand experience

$8 plus postage

 (approx. $2.00 in Canada or $3.00 in the U.S. for single issues, more for multiple issues or for international)
 
Please contact me at willowsweb [at] hushmail.com to order.
 
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- THE ONGOING FUKUSHIMA NUCLEAR DISASTER AND COLLAPSE OF THE PACIFIC OCEAN ECOSYSTEM -

by Willow of Willow's Web Astrology

 

 

 - a 32-page pocket-sized zine published on the sixth anniversary of the beginning of the Fukushima nuclear disaster

- describes the situation at the nuclear power plant and its ramification for North America in layperson's terms

- describes the vested interest both the United States and Canadian governments have in continuing nuclear power and the uranium industry

-  a distillation of WWA research and articles compiled since March 2011

$6 plus postage

 (approx. $2.00 in Canada or $3.00 in the U.S. for single issues, more for multiple issues or for international)
 
Please contact me at willowsweb [at] hushmail.com to order.
 
 Back cover:

 


Buy a Zine and Willow Will Release it Into the Wild!


This is an option for people who would like to sponsor the releasing of a zine into the wild but who do not have the time or inclination to do it themselves. (I know most people are stretched for time and energy these days.) You can purchase a zine along with the basic postage cost, and I will send that little zine on its way to an effective landing spot. You can select the location where you would like the zine to be sent, or you can leave it up to me. You can also add a bumper sticker to the Stop GM Alfalfa zine, if you're feelin' it. 

If interested, please contact me at willowsweb [at] hushmail.com.

Some possibilities for sponsoring the release of a zine:

- sending the zine to a media outlet, a politician, a public figure, a friend, a journalism school, a community group, an activist group, etc.

- donation of a zine to a zine library: this gets the zine out into the zine-reading public and ensures that it is available to people to read for free

- donation of a zine to an anarchist/community bookstore that sells zines: this provides a little cash for the bookstore - many of which are struggling to survive - when the zine sells and also gets the zine out into the public

- distributing it in some public place at random: in a park, at a bus shelter, at a Farmers Market. This adds the exciting element of chance! Who knows who might come across it?

- or come up with your own idea for distribution

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