A Pagan Anti-Capitalist Primer

 

A Pagan Anti-Capitalist Primer

After a very long wait, the professionally-bound A Pagan Anti-Capitalist Primer has finally arrived! Originally presented as a photocopied zine at the presentation which sparked Gods&Radicals, we’re pleased to offer an expanded, 40-page, perfect-bound edition with matte cover.

Single copies are $6.00, which includes shipping within the United States.  (We are currently unable to offer the Primer outside the United States until we find a suitable distributor on account of punitively high shipping rate changes.)

Click here to purchase a single copy of the Primer for $6 including shipping (US only).

 

Digital Version (free)

This is free and can be read on-line or downloaded as a .pdf.  This is not designed for printing.

Online Version

DIY Printable version (free)

This is also free, and for those who would like their own physical copy and either have experience assembling zines or want to learn! It produces a 32-page zine on standard (8.5×11) paper, folded in half.  You’ll need 16 sheets of paper.

This is a print-layout, so it won’t make sense unless you’re printing it.  If you just want to read it, use the one above!

Printable version

Set your printer to double-sided printing and follow your printer’s instructions. This option is usually found in the print menu.

If not an option, print only odd-numbered pages.  Then, turn the stack upside down lengthwise–don’t change the order!–, place them in your paper tray, and print all even-numbered pages.

Fold them in half with the cover image on top, bind them (you’ll need a ‘saddle-stapler,’ which is available in every copy shop, or you can sew a binding with a couple of stiches with a needle and thread, or use a rubber band).

 

 

7 Comments »

  1. I finished reading you primer and while I agree with most of it, I find this in direct conflict of Heathenry’s Nine Noble Virtues. Yes, you can say all your doing is hurting the “man/system/etc.”, but in reality is does not help anyone, as if caught, you support the current failing correctional system, which punishes and has no interest in solving the real problems.
    “Or the first time you slipped something that
    cost too much into your pocket instead of paying for it”

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