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Doris Press wholesale to stores distro includes not just Doris but also some of my favorite zines! Wholesale orders are for stores or bulk copies of zines. Please contact me if you have questions.
For overseas orders, postage will be added. Just email me your order request at doriszine@yahoo.com, and I will figure out the total with postage for you.
wholesale prices are generally a 40% discount of the retail price.
Payment accepted net 30 (meaning I send you an invoice and you pay in 30 days checks made out to Cindy Crabb), consignment, or paypal. Exchanges and refunds accepted.
Featuring
SCAM: 25th Anniversary Issue
Giant thick zine - 150 pages!! Must read for the times! Plus writing on Resistance in Trump Era, art shows in NYC empty lots, scamming Greyhound tickets, anti-gentrification activism in Bay Area, squatting in Baltimore, skating Fukushima, SHELLSHAG, Kenya Robinson, Vanessa Renwick, Lee Lozano, Mierle Lederman Ukeles, Bonnie Ora Sherk, Ayotznapa activist tactics, killing your stalker, making a DIY mesh network internet, community trauma, why graffiti is still important, much much more!
5.35

Telegram #41
Telegram #41 specifically, this zine is a text-heavy exploration of what happened with my body & psyche when my disability benefits came up for review and were threatened with being cut off, how it felt to be forced to crowdfund rent & food, casting spells to cope, applying for access to alternative transit for disabled folks when I could no longer use public transit, trying to make myself at least semi-comprehensible to social workers, hysteria, sickness, & haunting spaces while I'm still living. (review by author)
3.39

Telegram #42
about city magic, befriending loneliness, borderline feelings, crip-days & crip-grief & crip-love, crying, un/dereducated writers & crazy people, connecting my high school dropout lineage to creativity & survival, ableism & loss, discussing chronic suicidality, asking whose stories are valued & why, imagining freaking out as leading to (re-)invitations rather than isolation & shame & gossip, politicizing recovery, &&&(description by author)
3.39

Doris #32
A sweet mixture of stories about femininity training and conversationalists and making a more meaningful happier life, death and creativity, the first of an interview series on anarchists over 40, book reviews, a letter from Marius Mason, green scare trans prisoner, about music and indicator species.

1.80

Trans Heroes Postcard set #1
Set of 8 postcards painted by Green Scare political prisoner Marius Mason. Images include Chelsa Manning, Leslie Feinberg, Persephone Smith, Samantha Dorsett, Miss Major, Kit Yan, and Sylvia Rivera. All procedes go to Marius to help meet his basic needs in prison.

3.00

Animal Liberation/Animal Celebration Postcards #1
Set of 8 postcards painted by Green Scare political prisoner Marius Mason. Images include brown bat, harbor seals, elephants, brumbies, mouse, Tilikum, krill, and a beautiful painting about the interrelationship between Elk and Wolf. All procedes go to Marius to help meet his basic needs in prison.

3.00

Full Catalog
Always and Forever: a zine about friendship

1.20 wholesale


ANAlog #2: dispatches on d.i.y. anorexia recovery
this is an amazingly great zine, and this issue is so good. In it, ponyboy violet recounts how, at age 22, when they hadn't eaten without medical monitoring for 10 years, they developed their own healing strategy: "I needed to be: away from the loving people who pressured me into eating, away from foods that I could recognize and therfore memorize the calories of, away from scales, and closer to a revolutionary situation that would jolt me into figuring out how to surivive."

price: 1.80

Dig Deep #6
About figuring out what matters in life and how to honor those things... including stories about growing older and growing into self; friends and zine fests, why you make things, street harassment (yelling "EWW GROSS..." right in a harassers face).

.60

Don't Be A Dick
A zine about rape culture, male socialization, a critique of traditional porn, the importance of consent.
An updated version of this zine: It is so important that guys start doing this work, and this is a really good introduction zine about these issues. excerpt from intro: "This is a zine intended primarily for straight, non-trans men to do something about sexual violence and rape in their own lives. In a way, I'm writing this for my past self - I could have used something like this a couple of years ago..."

1.80 wholesale

Doris: an Anthology of zines and other stuff 1991 - 2001
My First Book!!! Back in Stock finally!!! the first issues of doris - raw and sweet. secrets, wandering, trying to figure out the world.

7.20 wholesale

Encyclopedia of Doris: stories, essays, interviews
Issues 19-27 of Doris zine plus a bunch of stuff that was printed in other zines and a bunch of new writing!
minimum order: 3 books
10.80 wholesale

Doris #31

Squatting on Cape Cod in the winter, freedom dreams, learning to build houses, raising lambs, death, reparations, and the usual way doris talks about a million hopeful and sad things all at once.

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Doris 30
This issue talks about ways we create lives outside the mainstream structure, how we find and build community, and what that can mean to our ability to survive, heal and thrive. Touring, living with bees, book reviews, how to start a study group. Plus a bunch aboutcommunity accountability models of dealing with sexual assault - both critique and reflection of situations I have been in and what I felt was needed or not needed. Also an interview with the group Support New York and lessons they've learned from many years of doing accountability work.

1.80 wholesale


Doris 26
hope and language and shyness and social ecology and truth.
1.20 wholesale

Doris 23
this is about love and my grandma and abortion and menstrual extraction and being in jail and camping.
2 ounces
.90 wholesale

Entropy
The most powerful and hopeful zine I've ever read about incest survival, body memory, trauma and healing. Peregrine spent years writing it. It is not a raw testimonial, but an unfolding of his story, starting with his discovery that he was a childhood incest surviver, with intense body memories but not many specific fact memories - and the difficulties of belief and denial, within himself and his family.
So many men I know are sexual abuse survivors, and I have seen very few zines written by men about it. I know this zine will help so many people. It is great regardless of your gender!
I recommend this zine for everyone - regardless of whether or not you are an abuse survivor. It is an essential peice of writing for us all.

3.00 wholesale

Everyday Magic #1
I love this zine. I love the struggle to bring magic into our political lives - figuring out ways to bring healing in to our lives and communities without neglecting the political or coopting cultures that are not ours. This is a great zine that does just that, talking about learning to pay attention to plants/ocean/self. "I want to practice a spritiuality where personaltransformation is tied to collective healing." They talk about belief systems and name changes and rituals, paganism and kitchen witch and ritual. some specific rituals they did. powerful small stories. This zine opens up so many possibilities.

2.40

Everyday Magic #2: between
magic, oppression, white supremacy, ritual healing, capitalism, queers, apocalypse, bodies, betwixt.I love the struggle to bring magic into our political lives.

2.40

Everyday Magic #3: Love
2.40

Another beautiful issue. Each page is dedicated to a healing plant, with a story that connects to it. Becoming real, healing from abuse, building something solid, birth, loss, release. roses, cedar, mullein...

Filling the Void: interviews about quitting drinking and using
A great resource for people trying to quit. Not spiritual or straight-edge. 8 interviews with people who have quit drinking and/or using. Frank discussions and stories about the positive and negative roles drinking/using had in their lives, why they decided to quit, what they struggled with and how they managed to do it.
interviewees include Erick Lyle (Scam zine), Artnoose (Ker-bloom zine), Cindy (Doris zine), and John Geek (The Fleshies). Interviews conducted by and edited by Cindy and Caty Crabb

2.40 wholesale

Keep Track: Pocket Calender
This is my little calender and pocket organizer! Cute drawings! Fits in your pocket! There are two pages for each month, with four blank pages with little drawings for taking notes and making lists.
The calender part has blank spots for you to fill in the dates, so that you can start at any time.

2 ounces
2.40 wholesale

Learning Good Consent
I'm really excited and happy about this zine I've been helping put together. It's a compilation zine, sort of like a companion piece to the Support zine. Articles and stories about learning how to practice sexual consent.
A new book came out on AK Press that combines this zine and Support zine. Go to the AK PRESS website to order the book. If you just want the zine, you can order that here
2.40 wholesale

Masculinities: Interviews by Cindy Crabb
Interviews about role models and subtle things about masuclinity and exploring what we were taught about it, how that teaching effected us, and how we challenge it. With folks: including Shane (Ahleuchatistas), Brontez Purnell, Colin Atrophy, Larry (Pretty Pretty) and more!

2.40

Mental Health Cookbook: Crating Connection with Food and Herbs
Beautiful booklet by the creator of Everyday Magic, this booklet is about finding connection to the natural world through plants. Full of beautiful drawings, information and tips. Live food, nutrition, whole foods, gardening, medicinal herbs, and healing rituals. Very beautiful.

4.80

Offerings
Beautiful zine, sewn together, written by Finn of "Everyday Magic." Writing and drawings about being on a farm, learning ..."how little i needed and how much the city demanded." learning "the ways that i am shaped by shame..." and a beautiful becoming.

price: 3.00

Quiet Riot: aka: The Shy Sober Kid Zine
A compilation of stories from people about shyness, anxiety, being sober, and finding ways to cultivate joy and confidence, self-awareness, and more.

price: 1.50


Secondhand emotion 2 navigating the politics of attraction in late capitalism through a nihilistic feminist lens
Great issue - deep and personal. The Shame spiral, Happiness is something that happens to other people, white supremacist beauty standards, politics of desire, manslaining, hypersexuality and granny panties, survival, self-knowledge, boundaries, jealousy and social media, rape and coercive assault, healing. So powerful!
1.80 wholesale

Telegram #41

1.80 wholesale

Telegram #41

1.80 wholesale

Telegram #40
Reclaiming borderline, dreaming of the possiblity of borderline lineages and elders, borderline thought, changeability, access to vocabulary and inforamtion and dreams, fears and possibilities..."
1.80 wholesale

Telegram #39
Telegram 39 is about examining the ways poverty, trauma and chronic pain shape & alter & distort perceptions of self, body and imagination. Being ok with not belonging, surviving under capitalism. falling&praying&breathing. Story-telling, story-exploring, storying. Asking questions. (from intro)

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Telegram #38
Turning 30. Learning to ause astrology as a method of self-exploration and healing, memories of being a teenaged witch, jealousy and fragmentation and learning to love self, recovery with trauma and chronic pain.

1.80 wholesale


Trans Heroes Postcard set #1
Set of 8 postcards painted by Green Scare political prisoner Marius Mason. Images include Chelsa Manning, Leslie Feinberg, Persephone Smith, Samantha Dorsett, Miss Major, Kit Yan, and Sylvia Rivera. All procedes go to Marius to help meet his basic needs in prison.

3.00