Issue 331/3
Spring / Summer '95

(never published; web debut June 2000)

front cover by Hugh D'Andrade
back cover by Beth Grundvig


Talking Heads

from readers

Hangtown Mountain Democrat
tale of toil by richard wool

Processed Food
analysis by kwazee wabbit

Sweetness and Power
analysis by fred gardner

My One Day Career
tale of toil by molly wagner

Food Not Bombs
analysis by the pw collective

by gary g. graham, david fox, frank meintjies,
g. sutton breiding, dave hayman, roy tumbleson, fritz hamilton,
martha zweig and blair ewing

by laura markley

The Faceless Face of the New Mexican Revolution
analysis by chris carlsson

Marcos in the Library
translated by celia rodriguez

The ZapatistasAn Ecological Revolution?
analysis by john ross

Transit Zone
excerpts from the Amics de la Bici (Friends of the Bicycle) newsletter El Full de la Bici, from Barcelona
by d.s. black
The Eroticism of Riding a Bicycle Around in a City
translated by lynne cutler with d.s. black & ivan argüelles


Michelle Clinton's “Good Sense & the Faithless”
Sadie Plant's “The Most Radical Gesture”
Jules Tygiel's “The Great Los Angeles Swindle”
The Knightmare's “Secrets of a Super-Hacker”

They Paved Paradise...
analysis by neil demause

IBM: From the Guts of the Monster
interview with a spanish worker from etcetera

Frontage Roads on the Digital Highway
analysis by primitivo morales


Time Mushes On
by d.s. black

New Waters
fiction by randall s. doering

A More Perfect Victim
fiction by marci davis

The Art of the Purge
by kwazee wabbitt

Stretching Natural Resources To Their Limit... For You!
shell oil
murders nigerian activists