New Arrivals and restocks at Pioneers Press! The Julia Eff zines are never in stock long, so if you want one ya better snag it fast! 

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This feels really good. Hell yeah.
chrisclavin:

Let’s Just Imagine That It’s 10 years ago. Here is a plan-it-x catalog! Print it out and check off what you want and put it in an envelope with the right amount of cash and send it to the address on the catalog! It could be fun. It is an OFF-LINE kind of thing. Snail Mail you know? Try to ignore that fact that you found out about it online. Or print on and leave it on top of your friend’s toilet so they find it. 

This feels really good. Hell yeah.

chrisclavin:

Let’s Just Imagine That It’s 10 years ago. 
Here is a plan-it-x catalog! Print it out and check off what you want and put it in an envelope with the right amount of cash and send it to the address on the catalog! It could be fun. It is an OFF-LINE kind of thing. Snail Mail you know? Try to ignore that fact that you found out about it online. Or print on and leave it on top of your friend’s toilet so they find it. 

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alexwrekk:

So it begins. #stolensharpierevolution #zines

YES!

alexwrekk:

So it begins. #stolensharpierevolution #zines

YES!

glitterishfreak:

new zines i’ll read tonight 😊❤️ #pioneerspress

Thanks for ordering our things! Happy reading!

glitterishfreak:

new zines i’ll read tonight 😊❤️ #pioneerspress

Thanks for ordering our things! Happy reading!

zine-reviews:

sooooo joe biel is gonna be at the sf zinefest. what should we do about it? message me if you have any ideas. they did an interview with him and are treating him like a guest of honor. can’t just go to the zinefest without doing something about it. help!

FYI, here is the response I got from the SFZF folks:

Thank you for raising your concern. After receiving your email, we got together to discuss the issues raised by Joe Biel’s presence, and it created a productive meeting about safe space. While some of us were aware of Joe Biel’s history, not all of us were, so it was good to update everyone on the matter. 

After much discussion, we have decided that Joe Biel/Microcosm Publishing will be a vendor for this year. We understand that this is a controversial choice for SFZF 2014 and we respect that this may be an unpopular decision within the community. However, we stand by our decision to include Microcosm Publishing in this year’s Fest; please understand that this decision was not reached lightly.

That being said: we are working towards an immediate “Safer Spaces Policy” which will be posted on the SFZF website and available during SFZF2014 at our Information Desk. This policy will clearly list behaviors that will not be tolerated during the course of SFZF2014.If, over the course of SFZF weekend, you feel that you have been a target of the behaviors listed on our policy, it is strongly suggested that you reach out to an event organizer. You can do this via the Information Desk or by speaking with someone wearing a red SFZF t-shirt and “organizer” name badge.

Should you have further questions or concerns, do not hesitate to get in touch.

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Will Potter took some amazing photos of the rescues yesterday here on the farm

ONLY ONE OF THESE PACKS LEFT! $20 Rad Pack, Full Collection of As You Were Comics! by Silver Sprocket Bicycle Club

$20

Order here from Pioneers Press

This pack includes the Silver Sprocket Bicycle Club’s entire As You Were series to-date!

ABOUT #1: As You Were is a brand new comic anthology zine curated by Mitch Clem with contributions from our favorite comic artists from various punk scenes. The first issue’s theme is House Shows with 72 pages of brand new comics created just for this book from Andra Passen, Andy Warner, Anthony Sorge, Ashley Rowe Palafox, Ben Snakepit, Bill Pinkel, Brad Dwyer, Brian Connolly, Emilja Frances, Josh PM Frees, Kim Funk, Liz Prince, Liz Suburbia, Mel, Mitch Clem, Nation of Amanda, Ramsey Everydaypants, Rick V, plus gorgeous cover art by Steve Larder The perfect addition to any punkhouse bathroom!” —Silver Sprocket Bicycle Club

ABOUT #2: The As You Were series features contributions from comic book and web-comic artists active in punk rock communities from around the world.Curated by Mitch Clem (Nothing Nice To Say / My Stupid Life), the second issue’s theme is “The Pit” with 80 pages of brand new content from 25 artists:Adrian Chi, Andra Passen, Andy Warner, Ben Snakepit, Brad Dwyer, Brian Connolly, Corey Parkhill, Jim Ketter, Jed Collins, Jason Oberbichler, Liz Prince, Marcos Siref, Meg, Mel, Mike Funk, Mitch Clem & Nation Of Amanda, Rachel Duke, Ramsey “Everydaypants” Beyer, Rick V, Rob Cureton, Sarah Graley, Steve Larder, Will Laren and Ben Sears.

ABOUT #3: As You Were, the critically acclaimed punk comix anthology, is back with the thickest and best issue yet.For the uninitiated, the series features original new contributions from our very favorite independent comic book creators who happen to come from punk scenes all over the world.The third issue’s theme is “Big, Big Changes” allowing for a tremendous variety of content from the 28 contributors filling out its 112 pages, so many this issue has a spine.Curated by Mitch Clem (Nothing Nice to Say, My Stupid Life), issue three features cover art by Lauren Denitzio (The Measure, Worriers) and original brand new contributions from 27 more of our heroes:Adrian Chi (Razorcake, Bite The Cactus), Aimee Pijpers, Andra Passen, Andy Warner (Slate, PBS), Ashley Rowe Palafox (Barefoot and in the Kitchen), Ben Sears, Ben Snakepit (Microcosm, Razorcake), Bill Pinkel, Brian Connoly (Nothing Mattress, Maximumrocknroll), Cathy G. Johnson, Emilja Frances (Ship Of Fools), Evan Wolff (Vacation, Tight Bros), Jason Oberbichler, Jed Collins (Vice), Jim Kettner, Lauren Monger (Terrible Terrible Terrible), Liz Prince (Top Shelf Productions), Liz Suburbia (Sacred Heart), Marcos Siref, Mel (Cake & Comix), Meg, Mike Funk, Mitch Clem (Nothing Nice to Say/Dark Horse, My Stupid Life) and Nation of Amanda, Rick V (Tour Sucks/Plan-It-X), Rob Cureton (Scene City, Orful Comics), Sarah Graley, and Steve Larder. phew.