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Daily Spinning Book By Cindy Williams
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This journal is for spinners to record the process and progress of their projects. Coil bound so it lays flat, this journal has an index to record up to twenty projects. Then each project has it's... More > own identification number which can be used throughout the book. On the record pages, which open side by side, there are areas to record the materials used and each step taken towards the final product. Also on each set of two pages there is an area to tape samples of fiber or yarn from the project. Every now and then, the spinner will find original Haiku by Cindy Williams with a spinning theme. With it's undated format, this journal can be used by the spinner until full, then kept for years to archive their spinning projects.< Less
Journal of Ride Theory Omnibus By Dan Howland
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Trade Paperback Edition A compilation of issues 1 through 5 of the Journal of Ride Theory, the zine about amusement parks, rides and strange forms of transportation. WIRED magazine called it... More > "...Singularly charming and witty," and the Willamette Week named it one of Portland's "Best 'Zines for Inducing Bafflement and Awe." Articles include: Rex Everything of Negativland on the Haunted Mansion; Teresa Bergen on the Tiger Balm Gardens; "Power to the People Mover"; Jacques Bouchard on the American Carwash; the Pep Boys; Carl Houston on Ride Brut; Roger Rabbit's Car-Toon Spin; Universal Studios Hollywood; World's Fairs of the 20th Century; the 1939 "Futurama" ride; Flying Saucers at Disneyland; submarine busses; Freedomland; new introductions to each issue by the editor, and previously unpublished bonus material.< Less
Journal of Ride Theory Omnibus By Dan Howland
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Hardback A compilation of issues 1 through 5 of the Journal of Ride Theory, the zine about amusement parks, rides and strange forms of transportation. WIRED called it "...Singularly charming... More > and witty," the Willamette Week named it one of Portland's "Best 'Zines for Inducing Bafflement and Awe" and Cory Doctorow said it was "one of the best zines I ever subscribed to in the golden age of zinedom."Articles include: Rex Everything of Negativland on the Haunted Mansion; Teresa Bergen on the Tiger Balm Gardens; "Power to the People Mover"; Jacques Bouchard on the American Carwash; the Pep Boys; Carl Houston on Ride Brut; Roger Rabbit's Car-Toon Spin; Universal Studios Hollywood; World's Fairs of the 20th Century; the 1939 "Futurama" ride; Flying Saucers at Disneyland; submarine busses; Freedomland.< Less
Bodinski's Blog By Gabe Strine
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Anger. Frustration. Disappointment. Divorce. When life began to spin out of control, the only way cartoonist Gabe Strine could deal with it was through his art. The result is this very personal work.... More > And, oh yeah, you'll also laugh your butt off. Recommended for mature readers.< Less
Identity. A State of Grace By Poets
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"A Book of Poetry. Identity. A State of Grace" Published by Capturing Light Press 2006. A rare book of poetry that express mood and story of people The poems are well crafted and... More > authentic, capturing the true essence of people being all they could be or wishing they were. They reflect humans in their natural environment, be it simple or complexed. They are personal and are beautifully composed. A REVIEW: I felt as if I was reading the journal of every poet in the book. The poems resognate and they kept my attention like a good saturday night movie, that's a true story. I was spinning with poetic inspiration after reading each poem. - Sharmeka Hunter-Wilson The manager and author of Un-gloving the Hands.< Less
Identity. A State of Grace By Poets
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"A Book of Poetry. Identity. A State of Grace" Published by Capturing Light Press 2006. A rare book of poetry that express mood and story of people The poems are well crafted and... More > authentic, capturing the true essence of people being all they could be or wishing they were. They reflect humans in their natural environment, be it simple or complexed. They are personal and are beautifully composed. A REVIEW: I felt as if I was reading the journal of every poet in the book. The poems resognate and they kept my attention like a good saturday night movie, that's a true story. I was spinning with poetic inspiration after reading each poem. - Sharmeka Hunter-Wilson The manager and author of Un-gloving the Hands.< Less
Idunna #79 By The Troth
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Issue #79 of IDUNNA (Spring 2009) focuses on "Creation" in Germanic religion. Ben Waggoner translates an Old Norse creation myth, "The Sons of Fornjót". Arielle Finberg... More > discusses spinning fibers as a creative act, Eric Schwenke muses on Heathen dimensions of Harry Potter, Tim Ellison writes on rune shapes -- and there's the usual columns, book and music reviews, poetry, and outstanding Heathen journalism.< Less
Quiet Lightning on the Noisy Mountain By Otep Shamaya
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This is the FIRST edition of complete short stories EVER released by Otep Shamaya. Be the first to read experience them! The pages here were collected from various blogs, essays, magazine articles,... More > and tour journals (published and unpublished) OTEP has scribed over the years. These writings represent the various arms, identities, faces, voices, spiritual uprisings, intellectual cleansings and wild language that exist and are cultivated within the astral stratum of her ever-spinning mind.< Less
Idunna #79 By The Troth
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Issue #79 of IDUNNA (Spring 2009) focuses on "Creation" in Germanic religion. Ben Waggoner translates an Old Norse creation myth, "The Sons of Fornjót". Arielle Finberg... More > discusses spinning fibers as a creative act, Eric Schwenke muses on Heathen dimensions of Harry Potter, Tim Ellison writes on rune shapes -- and there's the usual columns, book and music reviews, poetry, and outstanding Heathen journalism.< Less
Ampersand 2002 By Chiara LaRotonda
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This book contains the entire first year of entries from Chiara's on-line journal, Ampersand. Here's an excerpt from the first entry: "Here's the luxury of starting this journal: I'm totally... More > free to write a very long pointless story like this, and it totally doesn't matter. Grammar, punctuation, plot...none of it matters. Later, of course, it will be different. There will be the fans hounding me to update, the cruel email, the JournalCon celebrity appearances, friends getting upset about stuff I've written here, the rumors of selling out. But right now, I have all the time in the world to spin out my little tale of intrigue and glamor, right?"< Less

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