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'''Last Resort''' is an [[Anarchism|anarchist]] [[zine]] from Miami, Florida, U.S.A.
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"'''Last Resort'''
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Besides a printed zine, one of the editors, [[Maria from Miami]], also publishes a website for the zine, which features this description of Last Resort:
''...is a semi-political zine by and about (but not exclusively for) anarchists, radicals and anti-authoritarians living in Florida, chock full o’ fun-filled action-packed anarchy-infused drama-generating essays, poetry, report-backs, scene reports, book reports, lists, letters, press releases, doodles, incriminating photos and MS Paint masterpieces from some of the best Florida has to offer , printed in full-color on glossy-ass paper (except for issue 1). This zine aims to reflect/document local struggles and projects and various aspects of FL’s anarchist/activist communities, as well as provide a creative venue for radicals.''"  
''...is a semi-political zine by and about (but not exclusively for) anarchists, radicals and anti-authoritarians living in Florida, chock full o’ fun-filled action-packed anarchy-infused drama-generating essays, poetry, report-backs, scene reports, book reports, lists, letters, press releases, doodles, incriminating photos and MS Paint masterpieces from some of the best Florida has to offer , printed in full-color on glossy-ass paper (except for issue 1). This zine aims to reflect/document local struggles and projects and various aspects of FL’s anarchist/activist communities, as well as provide a creative venue for radicals.''"  
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Originally published by [[Maria from Miami]], who has previously published the [[perzine]] [[Little River]], "Last Resort" has evolved into a (currently) 3-person art/writing collective, who will likely be creating a Raleigh/North Carolina edition of the zine once 2 of the members relocate there in February/March of '08.
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Edited/ published by [[Maria from Miami]], who also wrote Little River perzine.
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==External Link==
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*[http://www.lastresortcollective.com/ Last Resort Collective]
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Revision as of 01:31, 3 December 2007

Last Resort #4
Last Resort #4

Last Resort is an anarchist zine from Miami, Florida, U.S.A.

Besides a printed zine, one of the editors, Maria from Miami, also publishes a website for the zine, which features this description of Last Resort:

...is a semi-political zine by and about (but not exclusively for) anarchists, radicals and anti-authoritarians living in Florida, chock full o’ fun-filled action-packed anarchy-infused drama-generating essays, poetry, report-backs, scene reports, book reports, lists, letters, press releases, doodles, incriminating photos and MS Paint masterpieces from some of the best Florida has to offer , printed in full-color on glossy-ass paper (except for issue 1). This zine aims to reflect/document local struggles and projects and various aspects of FL’s anarchist/activist communities, as well as provide a creative venue for radicals."

Originally published by Maria from Miami, who has previously published the perzine Little River, "Last Resort" has evolved into a (currently) 3-person art/writing collective, who will likely be creating a Raleigh/North Carolina edition of the zine once 2 of the members relocate there in February/March of '08.

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