You loved the zine, now love the online resource. stolensharpierevolution.org went live last week. The instigator? Alex Wrekk of the DIY zine resource Stolen Sharpie Revolution: a DIY Zine Resource (and the zine Brainscan, among others). The site is a companion to the book, just in time for the tenth anniversary of the first edition of the book. stolensharpierevolution.org features constant updating of things like zine distribution resources like distros and stores that buy and sell zines, zine-related event listing, international zine-related contacts and more.
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