Friday, October 13, 2006

The Future Generation
a zine for subculture parents, kids, friends, & others

China's latest issue is out, brilliant & beautiful as ever:

Issue #15 "Raising Teenagers & other Adventures"

Love and Freedom or What Happens when Revolutionary Teens Grow Up Have Teens of Their Own
Size Ten - by Lisa Peet
The Autistic Teenager - by Regina Walker
Bright Eyes - Kim Upton
You Want to Know the Truth? - Jamminmommy
My Mom-of-Teen stories - China Martens
Punk Parents of Teens
Changing Identities: rainbows to pansexuality
The True Life Story of Sex & the Single Mom
Eleven Good Things about having a 17 year old
Empty Nest

and more

Artwork by Lydia Prentis, Nathalie Jedynak, & Victoria Law

64 pages for $3
Contact/Order: China Martens, P.O. Box 4803 Baltimore, MD 21211

heres the first review, from Quimbys Bookstore:
As a social phenomenon, “punk parenting” seems to be gaining ground and is beating the hell out of “hippie parenting.” See, dad? I told you my generation was better! This is perhaps the most insightful, engaging, and well-rounded “punk parent” zine I have yet seen. --AB

available soon from Baltimore bookstores: Atomic Books, Normals, & Red Emmas
Contributor Copies and Trades will be send out shortly (Monday at latest)

Wednesday, October 11, 2006

for the record

oh, it's national coming out day! it always creeps up on me.
anyhow, let me just say, for the record, and in honor of the early 1990s, I'm here, I'm queer, get used to it.

Saturday, October 07, 2006

Microcosm Zine Tour Hits New Orleans

When: Monday, October 09 2006 @ 07:00 PM CDT - 09:00PM
Where: Iron Rail Bookstore 511 Marigny at Decatur

Description: Thinkin, Stinkin, Rarely Drinkin Tour 2006
Pre New Orleans Bookfair Event
$3-$5 with meal

Dave Roche - reading about having Crohn's dsease and some new stuff

Joe Biel - Playing Four Short Videos

Joshua Ploeg - Vegan Chef, cooking up a gourmet vegan storm

Plus a few zine readings from locals