Issue #1 Of Treazine, A Print-Friendly Zine Of Articles From The Past Month
Hello all! As part of my continual effort to publish my work in as many forms of media as possible, I'm putting out the inaugural (and possibly only depending on how well it's received) edition of Treazine, the treasonous zine which collects my favorite articles, poems and Notes from the past month into a print-friendly downloadable PDF.
The idea is to give readers something that they can distribute to those who are less online than the rest of us, to print out in whole or in part and circulate however they like, or to just have for their own enjoyment. My goal has always been to crack out of the usual echo chambers in as many ways as I can, and this may end up being one of the ways that happens.
Here's the intro we put in the front of our first edition:
Welcome to the inaugural issue of Treazine, the zine dedicated to treason. Treasonous speech, treasonous thoughts, treasonous information, the treasonous expansion of consciousness; if it wrongthinks, it Treazines.
If you are reading this, it means you have full control of this body of work. You have full permission to print it out, distribute it, republish it online, translate it into other languages, make money off it, even claim authorship. Wherever you think this material belongs, you have unconditional permission to put it there.
This is a collection of our favorite publications over the past month. If it’s relatively well-received there will be another one next month, if not then our inaugural issue will be our last. Either way, we hope you enjoy!
Caitlin Johnstone and Tim Foley
If that piques your interest, here's a link to Gumroad where the PDF of the zine can be purchased for five bucks.
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A great idea. Caitlin Johnstone is relentless and incorruptible, one of a handful in this compliant and corrupted world. I will be looking into it.
Caitlin, I have yet to witness you writing anything treasonous to America. At no time have you advocated for betraying our citizens or government to an enemy, foreign or domestic.
I disagree with much of your writing, but it's always sincere and interesting. Never has it been treasonous. I would not like to see you damaging your credibility by providing your detractors with a talking point that supports their efforts toward calumny and marginalization.
Please reconsider the titular association with the term "treason." You are not a traitor.