John Zerzan papers, 1946-2000  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Zerzan, John
Title
John Zerzan papers
Dates
1946-2000 (inclusive)
Quantity
10.25 linear feet, (22 containers)
Collection Number
Coll 273
Summary
John Zerzan (1943- ) is a writer and activist in anarchy in Oregon. The collection includes letters, essay and book drafts, and anarchist ephemera and publications that reflect his activities.
Repository
University of Oregon Libraries, Special Collections and University Archives.
UO Libraries--SPC, 1299
University of Oregon
Eugene OR
97403-1299
Telephone: 541-346-3068
Fax: 541-346-3485
spcarref@uoregon.edu
Access Restrictions

Correspondence is closed until 2022.

Collection is open to the public.

Collection must be used in Special Collections & University Archives Reading Room.

Languages
English
Sponsor
Funding for encoding this finding aid was provided through a grant awarded by the National Endowment for the Humanities.


Historical NoteReturn to Top

A native to Oregon, John Zerzan was born in 1943 in Woodburn. In 1962, Zerzan attended Stanford University, graduating with a degree in political science (1966). After college, Zerzan worked for the Social Service Employee's Union in San Francisco as a union organizer and officer (1967-70). During his work as a labor activist, Zerzan became frustrated by the hierarchical and rigid structure of both traditional labor unions and Marxist organizations. Breaking from mainstream leftist activism in 1970, Zerzan worked with several anarchist collectives--Slingshot, Upshot, and Anti-Authoritarians Anonymous--propagandizing and organizing against urban gentrification, corporate greed, social control, and industrialization. The last of these elements, Zerzan's critique of industrialization and work would become the central focus of his future work. In 1970, he returned to school, receiving his Master's Degree in history from San Francisco State (1970-72), and later pursued his Ph.D. at the University of Southern California for three years (1972-75). Zerzan remained in California for several years, working odd jobs and continuing his activities in the radical community.

In 1981, Zerzan returned to Oregon, settling in Eugene, where he began to devote more time to his writing and activism in the anarchist community. Influenced, in part, by a growing movement of radical environmentalists in Eugene and a number of anarchists worldwide writing on similar issues, he continued to develop his critique of civilization.

Through his numerous written works, John Zerzan has made a significant contribution to anarchist discourse. Beginning in the late 1970s, John Zerzan wrote many articles for prominent academic journals and anarchist magazines. In these early pieces, such as "Taylorism and Unionism" or "Origins and Meaning of World War I," Zerzan's training as a historian is evident. He made early contributions to academic journals, such as the Discussion Bulletin and The Journal of Social History. In the early 1980s, Zerzan wrote a significant amount of material for the young and emerging journal Fifth Estate. Zerzan edited his first book in 1988, Elements of Refusal. Zerzan's work began to promote the concept of "primitivism" within the anarchist community, which fuses the anarchist critique of capitalism and authority, with a rejection of technology and civilization. In the late 1980s, Zerzan broke with the editors at Fifth Estate. He immediately began writing for Anarchy: the Journal of Desire Armed, writing articles, editorials, and book reviews for the important journal. Eventually, Zerzan assumed a position as contributing editor for the journal and continues to work in this capacity through 2002. Working more locally with the vibrant anarchist community in Eugene, Zerzan began to contribute to the production of the journal Green Anarchy, appeared on the weekly cable access programs "Cascadia Alive" and "Anarchy Forum," and hosted his own radio show, "Anarchy Radio," on the campus radio station at the University of Oregon.

Despite his numerous publications and omnipresence in the anarchist community, Zerzan's ideas about anarchism-primitivism did not reach the mainstream until his very public role in the case of the Unabomber. John Zerzan's incendiary rhetoric and radical environmentalism attracted the attention of the FBI in 1994 and became a central suspect in a series of mail package bombings, labeled the Unabomber attacks, which targeted scientists and businessmen. After the publication of the Unabomber manifesto, Zerzan gave interviews and lectures in defense of the Unabomber's ideas and philosophies. Coverage of Zerzan's opinions appeared in both national and international papers, such as the San Francisco Chronicle and the New York Times. After the arrest of Theodore Kaczynski for the bombings, Zerzan wrote him and finally visited him in 1995. The two corresponded regularly by letter for several years.

After the Unabomber case, Zerzan's ideas gained more attention. He published several large articles, re-printed his first book, Elements of Refusal, co-edited a collection of essays entitled Against Civilization, and most recently published Running on Emptiness. Primitivism also found new allies in radical environmental circles, such as Earth First! and the movement against neoliberalism. The protests at the meeting of the World Trade Organization (WTO), located in Seattle in December of 1999, thrust Zerzan back into the media limelight. Anarchist groups from Eugene, such as the Black Bloc, gained a great deal of media attention for their activities in Seattle. As a very public figure and quasi-spokesman for Eugene anarchists, newspapers and magazines referred to Zerzan as their "leader" and "guru." While Zerzan certainly would reject these terms, it is clear that he has been an important figure in the large anarchist community of Eugene.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The John Zerzan Papers contain twenty-two boxes of letters, essay and book drafts, and anarchist ephemera and publications. Some materials, such as the calendars and correspondence, will allow the researcher to gain insights into Zerzan's own interests and activities. Other materials, such as the zines and newspaper clippings, relate the recent history of anarchism in Eugene, the United States, and elsewhere.

The collection is divided into nine series: correspondence, manuscripts, unpublished articles, large circulation radical publications, short prints and zines, topic files, ephemeral materials, oversized materials, and miscellaneous Items.

The Correspondence series is arranged alphabetically by author. In most instances, each folder contains correspondence from several individuals. In several cases, a folder has been devoted to one individual, as the number of letters justify separation. The incoming correspondence--letters sent to Zerzan--represent the majority of this series. There are a few pieces of outgoing correspondence, letters written by Zerzan, at the end of the series. These folders are distinguished by the term æoutgoing' in the folder title and are organized alphabetically by the individual they were addressed to. Researchers will be particularly interested in the extensive correspondence to and from Theodore Kacynzski, convicted in 1995 for the "Unabomber" killings. This series also includes a significant amount of material from important Anarchist primitivist thinkers like John Moore, Freddy Perlman, and John Filiss. As noted in the biographical sketch, Zerzan also maintains close contact with many political prisoners. Most of these individuals, such as Robert Thaxton, Jeffrey Luers, or Jim Magnuson, were convicted for crimes related to Anarchist or environmentalist causes.

The Manuscripts series includes a wide variety of Zerzan's written work. In some cases, within each folder, the researcher will find multiple drafts of one article. Many of these pieces have appeared in essay anthologies or published in journals, such as Anarchy: A Journal of Desire Armed or Telos. The final ten folders in this series are distinct from the scholarly article length materials. Several of these folders are notes and the text of speeches Zerzan delivered for conferences or meetings. Additionally, this series includes the numerous letters John Zerzan submitted to the æletters to the editor' section of various Newspapers and journals. Separate from this series, but perhaps of interest to a researcher, are the items from Upshot and AAA in the series of Related Ephemeral Materials. Many of these items, though unnattributed, were most likely written by Zerzan.

The Unpublished Articles series is divided into twelve folders. The series is relatively small and represents John Zerzan's collection of position papers, short articles, student papers written by individuals, and organizations interested in anarchist subjects. These articles cover a wide variety of topics, from Eugene anarchist-primitivism specifically to the anarchist movement in general.

The Large Circulation Radical Publications is organized alphabetically, according to the title of the publication. The materials in this series represent John Zerzan's collection of influential and prominent radical and journals over the last two decades. Many of the items in this series include articles either written by or about John Zerzan. Several of the other volumes include important articles about anarchist primitivism. While many of these documents are available in library collections, including the University of Oregon, other items are more difficult to locate.

The Short Print and æZines' series is arranged alphabetically. Most of these items lack any bibliographic control or record. On a few occasions the series contains concurrent issues of the same zine, such as the Black-Clad Messenger. Publications of this kind have long been popular in Anarchist culture, due to their simplicity and ease of distribution. Many of the items here were either produced locally in Eugene or represent an anarcho-primitivist perspective. These materials are very diverse in subject matter, ranging from the tactics of street protest to poetry and art, or the legal rights of an activist. Because of the ephemeral nature of much of this material, there is a great deal of overlap between this series and the Ephemera series. Likewise, in some cases, there is little distinction, and again much overlap, between the series of large circulation publications.

The Topic Files series includes John Zerzan's collection of articles from published sources. Comprised mainly of newsclippings and magazine articles, this series covers a wide variety of subjects. The largest of these, comprising the entire first box of the series, contains Zerzan's collection of articles related to the arrest of Theodore Kacynzski and the Unabomber trial. The second box contains articles related to anarchism, primitivism, and the anti-globalization movement. Although many of the items are available publicly, several folders, such as the police files pertaining to street protest in Eugene or court materials from the Unabomber trial, contain rare material. The third box contains folders of letters-to-the-editor, book reviews, and a number of reviews of Zerzan's own work from the mainstream and alternative press.

The Ephemeral Materials series includes local and international anarchist handbills, posters, etc. Some of these items were published in Eugene and others were sent to Zerzan from friends and comrades in other cities. These items were collected or sent to Zerzan and relate to a wide variety of topics - radical environmentalism, the Unabomber, and Eugene anarchist events. The items were, for the most part, not written or published by Zerzan. Instead, they reflect his interests and the wide variety of anarchist thought and subject matter. Most items have been classified according to the function of the item. In some cases, however, folders were classified by the organization that produced them or grouped together as a single subject. Additional ephemeral items are also located in the oversized series.

The Oversized series includes items that exceed standard letter or legal size. These are ephemeral posters, older editions of Anarchy: A Journal of Desire Armed, and several of Zerzan's personal calendars.

The Miscellaneous series contains a number of personal items. Zerzan maintained very detailed records of his daily activities in annual calendars. Additionally, this series includes a folder of pictures of John Zerzan, his family, and friends.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

Property rights reside with Special Collections & University Archives. Copyright resides with the creators of the documents or their heirs. All requests for permission to publish collection materials must be submitted to Special Collections & University Archives. The reader must also obtain permission of the copyright holder.

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If a researcher finds sensitive personal information in a collection, please bring it to the attention of the reading room staff.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], John Zerzan Papers, Coll 273, Special Collections & University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries, Eugene, Oregon.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Series I:  CorrespondenceReturn to Top

Container(s): Box 1.1, Box 1.2, Box 1.3, Box 1.4

Correspondence is closed until 2022.

Series II:  ManuscriptsReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
2.1 1
Abstract Expressionism
2.1 2
Against Technology
2.1 3
Age of Grief
2.1 4
The Age of Nihilism
2.1 5
Agriculture: Source of Alienation
2.1 6
Anti-Radicalism of the National Civic Federations
2.1 7
Anti-Work (1)
2.1 8
Anti-Work (2)
2.1 9
Aux Sources De L' Alienation
2.1 10
Axis Point of American Industrialism
2.1 11
Beginning of Time, End of Time
2.1 12
Breakdown
2.1 13
Caesar Chavez and the Farmworkers
2.1 14
The Case Against Art
2.1 15
The 80's So Far
2.1 16
Elements of Refusal (1)
2.1 17
Future Primitive (1)
2.1 18
Future Primitive (2)
2.1 19
Future Primitive (3)
2.1 20
Future Primitive (4)
2.1 21
Future Primitive (5)
2.2 1
Future Primitive (6)
2.2 2
Howard Zinn Review
2.2 3
The Idea of Number
2.2 4
Industrialism and Domestication
2.2 5
In Memoria
2.2 6
Language: Origin and Meaning
2.2 7
The Last Ideology
2.2 8
Letters From Hell
2.2 9
Lines of Resistance -- Proof
2.2 10
Lines of Resistance
2.2 11
Media, Irony, and "Bob"
2.2 12
The New Movement
2.2 13
New York, New York
2.2 14
Nihilist Dictionary
2.2 15
Organized Labor v. "Revolt Against Work"
2.2 16
Origins of American Industrialism
2.2 17
Origins and Meaning of WWI
2.2 18
The Other Ku Klux Klan
2.2 19
PBS, Power, and Postmodernism
2.2 20
The Practical Marx
2.2 21
Present Day Banalities
2.2 22
Qui a Tue Ned Ludd?
2.2 23
Refusal of Technology
2.2 24
Running on Emptiness (1)
2.2 25
Running on Emptiness (2)
2.2 26
Running on Emptiness (3)
2.3 1
Taylorism and Unionism
2.3 2
What Thing We Do
2.3 3
Time and its Discontents
2.3 4
Tonality and the Totality (1)
2.3 5
Tonality and the Totality (2)
2.3 6
Tonality and the Totality (3)
2.3 7
Unionism and the Labor Front
2.3 8
Unionization in America
2.3 9
Vagaries of Negation
2.3 10
Was Nietzsche an Anti-Semite
2.3 11
Who is Chomsky?
2.3 12
Why I Hate Star Trek
2.3 13
A Word on Labor Economics
2.3 14
Speeches -- Stanford
April 1997
2.3 15
Speech -- Univ. of Oregon
January 1998
2.3 16
Speech -- San Francisco
2000
2.3 17
Speech -- N. Amer. Anarchist Conf.
August 2000
2.3 18
Speech -- London
August 2000
2.3 19
Speech -- Eugene City Club
2.3 20
Letters to the Editor
2.3 21
Short Articles
2.3 22
Short Articles
2.3 23
Book Reviews
2.3 24
Interviews
2.3 25
Interviews
2.3 26
Simon and Schuster Submission
2.3 27
Other Foreign Pamphlets
2.3 28
Other
2.3 29
Other

Series III:  Unpublished ArticlesReturn to Top

Container(s) Description
Box Folder
3.1 1
Unpublished articles (1)
3.1 2
Unpublished articles (2)
3.1 3
Unpublished articles (3)
3.1 4
Unpublished articles (4)
3.1 5
Unpublished articles (5)
3.1 6
Unpublished articles (6)
3.1 7
Unpublished articles (7)
3.1 8
Unpublished articles (8)
3.1 9
Unpublished articles (9)
3.1 10
Unpublished articles (10)
3.1 11
Unabomber Manuscripts (1)
3.1 12
Unabomber Manuscripts (2)

Series IV:  Large Circulation Radical Serial PublicationsReturn to Top

Container(s) Description
Box Folder
4.1 1
Active Transformation - Alternative Press Review
4.1 2
Alternative Press Review
4.1 3
Alternative Press Review
4.1 4
Anarchy -- Journal of Desire Armed (1)
4.1 5
Anarchy -- Journal of Desire Armed (2)
4.1 6
Anarchy -- Journal of Desire Armed (3)
4.1 7
Anarchy -- Journal of Desire Armed (4)
4.1 8
Anarchy -- Journal of Desire Armed (5)
4.1 9
Anarchy -- Journal of Desire Armed (6)
4.1 10
Anarchy -- Journal of Desire Armed (7)
4.1 11
Arsenal -- Contraband
4.1 12
Contraband - Demolition Derby
4.2 1
Diavolo in Corpo
4.2 2
Discussion Bulletin
4.2 3
Eve -- Facts Sheet
4.2 4
Feral - -Fifth Estate
4.2 5
Fifth Estate (1)
4.2 6
Fifth Estate (2)
4.2 7
Fifth Estate (3)
4.2 8
Fifth Estate (4)
4.2 9
Fifth Estate (5)
4.2 10
Fifth Estate (6)
4.2 11
Fifth Estate (7)
4.2 12
Fifth Estate (8)
4.2 13
Fifth Estate (9)
4.3 1
Fifth Estate (10)
4.3 2
Front Porch News
4.3 3
Green Anarchist
4.3 4
Green Anarchist
4.3 5
Green Anarchy
4.3 6
Helicóptero
4.3 7
Helicóptero
4.3 8
Illacrua -- Insurgent
4.3 9
Insurgent
4.3 10
Live Wild or Die
4.4 1
Maldeojo -- Mba-Kajere
4.4 2
Marx -- Mordicus
4.4 3
North American Anarchist Review -- PDXS
4.4 4
Popular Reality
4.4 5
Popular Reality
4.4 6
Portland Alliance
4.4 7
Radical DEF -- Reality Now
4.4 8
Ravage
4.4 9
Silence -- Slug
4.4 10
Slug and Lettuce -- Street Roots
4.4 11
Terra Selva -- Work and Pay

Series V:  Short Print Publications and "Zines"Return to Top

Container(s) Description
Box Folder
5.1 1
A Call To Farms -- Anti-Genetix Action; Aphorisms Against Work; Anarchist Action Collective; ANARCHISTS ARE GOING TO EAT YOUR CHILDREN and other myths, misinformation & misunderstanding; Anarchist Integralism; Anti Fascist Action; ATG -- An Talamh Glas; Aufheben; Avenge
5.1 2
Bark!; Barridcada; Be Your Own Bomb
5.1 3
Black Badger; The Black-Clad Messenger
5.1 4
Black Flag; Bring The War Home; Brouillon Pour Une Critique Sociale
5.1 5
Canadian Journal of Detournement; Class War; Collective Action; The Complete Works of Heaton Seeker
5.1 6
La Confusion Primitive; Cracks in the Empire; Crash & Burn; Cyborg Manifesto
5.1 7
De Seattle a Praga; (dis)connection; Disorderly Conduct; Do You Understand What We're Losing; D2kla Special Edition
5.1 8
Echanges; E.L.P. Newsletter ; Everyday Revolution; Exitus; Expletive: Deleted; Extranational News
5.1 9
The FBI is in town... don't talk; Fight the Man; The Final Days
5.1 10
Going Underground; A Guide to Shitting in the Whiteaker Neighborhood; How to Disperse Riot Cops
5.1 11
Los Indeseables; Insurrection; In the Spirit of Total Resistance; In the Trenches
5.2 1
Kaspahraster
5.2 2
Kaspahraster
5.2 3
Killing King Abacus; KSL -- Bulletin of the Kate Sharpley Library
5.2 4
Loombreaker; Love + Liberation
5.2 5
The Merry Mout Messenger; Methodical Fall
5.2 6
McJob; Mishap/Mayhap; Molotov Cocktail; Msrrt Newsletter; MuseLetter
5.2 7
The New Abolitionist; The Newsance; North American Anarchist Conference -- Post Conference Pamphlet
5.2 8
Objection to Procedure; 1000+ 1 Tilt; The Origins of SWAT
5.2 9
Plan Columbia ; Planet Detroit ; The Power and Magic of Adolescence VS. The Insufferable; Tedium of School; Public 'Zine
5.2 10
Quake; Rdg. Agitator; Resist; Revolt!
5.2 11
Sanity is Treason; SchNews; Seattle Anarchist Response
5.2 12
Sivullinen
5.2 13
Tempest; Toward the Creative Nothing; Treeflesh
5.2 14
Unabomber -- Unapack
5.2 15
Uncontrollables; (un)leash
5.2 16
Utopian Anarchist Party
5.2 17
Weapon; Weed Lover; Welcome to Tate Brady's; Willful Disobediance
5.2 18
Your Rights and the Grand Jury

Series VI:  Topic FilesReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
6.1 1
Unabomber - Trial Articles (1)
6.1 2
Unabomber - Trial Articles (2)
6.1 3
Unabomber - Trial Articles (3)
6.1 4
Unabomber -- General
6.1 5
Unabomber -- Pre-Arrest Articles
6.1 6
Unabomber -- Post-Conviction Articles
6.1 7
Unabomber -- Eugene Connection
6.1 8
Unabomber - Op-Ed pieces
6.1 9
Unabomber - Op-Ed pieces
6.1 10
Unabomber - Op-Ed pieces
6.1 11
Unabomber -- Legal Documents
6.1 12
Unabomber -- Legal Documents
6.1 13
Unabomber -- Editorial letters
6.1 14
Unabomber -- Alternative Press / Unapac / Crimethinc.
6.1 15
alt.fan.unabomber (1)
6.1 16
alt.fan.unabomber (2)
6.1 17
alt.fan.unabomber (3)
6.1 18
alt.fan.unabomber (4)
6.1 19
alt.fan.unabomber (5)
6.1 20
alt.fan.unabomber (6)
6.1 21
alt.fan.unabomber (7)
6.1 22
alt.fan.unabomber (8)
6.2 1
Seattle / WTO Protest
6.2 2
Seattle / WTO Protest
6.2 3
Seattle / WTO Protest
6.2 4
Street Protest
6.2 5
L.A. / Democratic Convention Protest
6.2 6
General Anarchist / Anti-Globalization Articles
6.2 7
Demonstration -- Police Documents -- Robert Thaxton (1)
June 19, 1999
6.2 8
Demonstration -- Police Documents -- Robert Thaxton (2)
June 19, 1999
6.2 9
Demonstration -- Police Documents -- Robert Thaxton (3)
June 19, 1999
6.2 10
Portland Protest
1991
6.2 11
Eugene Anarchism
6.2 12
Eugene Anarchism
6.2 13
Eugene Anarchism
6.2 14
Oxford Green Anarchists Trial
6.2 15
Political Prisoners
6.2 16
Primitivism
6.2 17
Technology -- Disaffection
6.2 18
Direct Action / Sabotage
6.2 19
Spanish Anarchism
6.2 20
Symbionese Liberation Army
6.2 21
Editorial Letters -- Bob Black / Ward Churchill
6.3 1
Editorial letters
6.3 2
Book Reviews
6.3 3
Book Reviews
6.3 4
Book Reviews -- Zerzan Books
6.3 5
Book Reviews -- Zerzan Books
6.3 6
Europe Articles
6.3 7
Other
6.3 8
Other

Series VII:  Ephemeral MaterialsReturn to Top

Container(s) Description
Box Folder
7.1 1
Anarchist Gatherings -- Conferences
7.1 2
Anti-Authoritarians Anonymous
7.1 3
Black bloc -- Black Army Faction -- Ruckus Society
7.1 4
Graphical -- Visual Propaganda
7.1 5
Informational Pamphlets
7.1 6
Informational Pamphlets
7.1 7
Organization Promotional Materials
7.1 8
Political Prisoners -- Police Harassment
7.1 9
Protests -- Marches
7.1 10
Unabomber
7.1 11
Unabomber
7.1 12
Upshot
7.1 13
Zerzan Promotional Materials
7.1 14
Other

Series VIII:  OversizeReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
8.1 1
Ephemera / Propaganda (1
8.1 2
Ephemera / Propaganda (2)
8.1 3
Event / Promotion Posters
8.1 4
Zerzan Promotion Posters
8.1 5
Book Covers
8.1 6
Calendar -- 1983
8.1 7
Miscellaneous
8.1 8
Anarchy JDA (1)
8.1 9
Anarchy JDA (2)
8.1 10
Anarchy JDA (3)
8.2 1
Calendars
1979
8.2 1
Calendars
1991
8.2 1
Calendars
1994
8.2 1
Calendars
1996
8.2 2
Promotional Posters
8.2 3
Ephemera / Propaganda

Series IX:  MiscellaneousReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
9.1 1
Calendar
1975
9.1 2
Calendar
1980
9.1 3
Calendar
1981
9.1 4
Calendar
1982
9.1 5
Calendar
1984
9.1 6
Calendar
1985
9.1 7
Calendar
1986
9.1 8
Calendar
1987-1988
9.1 9
Calendar
1990
9.1 10
Calendar
1992
9.1 11
Calendar
1993
9.1 12
Calendar
1995
9.1 13
Calendar
1997
9.1 14
Calendar
1998
9.1 15
Calendar
1999
9.1 16
Calendar
2000
9.2 1
Photographs
9.2 2
Personal / Family
9.2 3
Diary / Calendar
1974
9.2 4
Diary / Calendar
1975
9.2 5
Diary / Calendar
1995
9.2 6
Stanford Diploma

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • Anarchism--United States
  • Anarchism--United States--Periodicals
  • Anarchists--United States--Correspondence
  • Anti-globalization movement--United States
  • Authors, American--20th century
  • Deep ecology--United States
  • Primitivism--United States
  • Zines--United States--Specimens
  • Personal Names :
  • Filiss, John
  • Kaczynski, Theodore John, 1942-
  • Luers, Jeffrey
  • Magnuson, Jim
  • Moore, John, 1957-
  • Perlman, Freddy
  • Thaxton, Robert
  • Zerzan, John
  • Zerzan, John--Correspondence
  • Form or Genre Terms :
  • Diaries
  • Pamphlets
  • Zines