Filed under: Anarchist Movement, British Columbia, Environment, Publication
Announcing the third installment of Creeker, an anti-authoritarian zine documenting the ongoing Ada’itsx/Fairy Creek blockade in so-called British Columbia. For more information, see Creeker Zine.
As the rain finally returns and the temperatures drop, we would like to celebrate the change in season by announcing that Creeker Volume 3 has been released.
In the summer of 2021 on so-called Vancouver Island, thousands of people moved through a de-facto autonomous zone spanning multiple watersheds. An entire constellation of struggle burned bright, welcoming into its fold a new generation of land defenders. Creeker is a grassroots, anti-authoritarian zine series that aims to bring depth, variety, critique and continuity to the ongoing process of reflecting on the Ada’itsx/Fairy Creek blockade. It’s intended for creekers themselves, land defenders elsewhere, and the land defenders yet to come.
The variety of submissions over the series has meant that, like the blockades themselves, each volume is many things. However, slight themes seem to have emerged: if Volume 1 was more celebratory and Volume 2 was more critical, Volume 3 is perhaps more reflective.
The newest installment in the series includes history, poetry, collages, analysis, and reflection, plus a whole section dedicated to the inspiring forest defense currently happening in Atlanta.
A newly remastered version of a zine coming out of the Elaho blockade of 2001 has also been made available.
Creeker Vol 4 is slowly being put together and submissions are encouraged. Stories and art are especially welcome, but everything received will be considered. Send submissions to [email protected] by November 31.
Go to creekerzine.wordpress.com to view or print all zines in the series.
Printed copies are available at Camas Books in Victoria and Spartacus Books in Vancouver.
Happy Culvert Season!
The remastered Elaho zine:
photo: Tomas Williams via Unsplash