VISCERAL EPHEMERAL ECONOMIES AND DIY ECOLOGIES by Brooke Palmieri
A5, 16 pages, Risograph printed, Saddle stitched, Softcover, Ed. of 50, 2022
This zine outlines examples of ways of printing and selling secondhand books and rare materials to generate funds for art, activism, and mutual aid. Reflecting on the past four years of running CAMP BOOKS, Palmieri will adapt what scholar Cait McKinney calls "Information Activism" to consider the use of fresh prints on the one hand--zines and posters made to urgently respond to an event or desire--and secondhand, historical materials on the other--books and ephemera from LGBTQIA+ history--to create alternative economies.