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)

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