Libraries Are the Real Punk Rock

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Maybe I was only in the eighth grade, but I was ready to stand up to anyone who tried to threaten the ideal of intellectual freedom. Source: Libraries Are the Real Punk Rock… Continue reading

Miss Helen

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[Reposted from Vanessa Berry World, celebrating the life of a renown zine queen.] Towards the end of 2016 I lost my beloved friend of over 20 years, Miss Helen. She died after a… Continue reading

Aeromoto: sharing is better

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Aeromoto started two years ago with a small idea – a group of friends living in Mexico City wanted to combine their personal libraries and share them with other interested people. It’s now grown into a thriving… Continue reading

Ovnibus – Versatile Narrative and Interactive Object on the move in Mexico City

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Ovnibus is a mobile library – and public laboratory of social and cultural projects – in a converted bus, roaming (occasionally) around Mexico City. It’s been based in the neighbourhood of Roma, currently behind Huerto… Continue reading

The natural history of whales is written in their baleen | Aeon Essays

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Trees lay down rings, the Earth tells its story in geological strata and now we’ve found the secret archive of the whale If the whale could speak, it could tell us about its… Continue reading

Neil Gaiman: Why our future depends on libraries, reading and daydreaming

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It’s important for people to tell you what side they are on and why, and whether they might be biased. A declaration of members’ interests, of a sort. So, I am going to… Continue reading

Lost Rocks

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Lost Rocks is described by its creators, A Published Event, as ‘an ambitious, slow-publishing artwork – a library of forty books, four books published twice yearly for the next five years’. It’s an artist-led… Continue reading

Ohio Bookstore Flips Male-Authored Books, Displaying Them Backwards

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To draw attention to female authors, a Cleveland bookstore celebrated Women’s History Month by turning every male-written book in the fiction room backward on its shelf. Eight of the all-female employees of Loganberry… Continue reading

Sorted out Library of Approximate Location

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A hole in the ground. A bombing range. A summer house in Lagunitas, California. These are some of the approximate locations in which the Library of Approximation Location has found itself in over… Continue reading

About T-e-e 

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The Economic Editions Workshop is a non-profit publishing house founded in 2010 based on a model with which we seek to reduce production costs as much as possible to allow greater freedom of… Continue reading