How Hurricane Irene changed Heady Topper, the best beer in the world. A massive comic with in-depth reporting by Eleri Harris in the latest issue of Symbolia. Get your copy now on your iPad or via PDF. You can also buy a single PDF of the issue

It’s time to eat some bugs. In the latest issue of Symbolia, meet a few creative food entrepreneurs that are bringing bugs to the table.

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How do you grow rice in New York City? With the help of fourth graders, of course! Just another teaser from our latest issue. Get your copy now on your iPad or via PDF. You can also buy a single PDF of the issue

Gorgeous work from Carolyn C. Nowak in our latest issue. For more stories on food and family, get your copy now on your iPad or via PDF. You can also buy a single PDF of the issue.  Gorgeous work from Carolyn C. Nowak in our latest issue. For more stories on food and family, get your copy now on your iPad or via PDF. You can also buy a single PDF of the issue. 

Gorgeous work from Carolyn C. Nowak in our latest issue. For more stories on food and family, get your copy now on your iPad or via PDF. You can also buy a single PDF of the issue

Booze! Monkeys! Rhubarb pie! Enjoy the stories behind some unexpected food sources in this issue of Symbolia. Download your copy now on your iPad or via PDF. You can also buy a single PDF of the issue. 
Featuring: 
Why you should eat bugs right now.
The simple pleasures of rhubarb.
The best beer in the world.
Monkey Chefs!
How to grow rice in New York City.
Contributors to this massive issue include: Ruth Brown, Mike Freiheit, Eleri Harris, Jenn Manley Lee, Carolyn Nowak, Rebecca Rohrer and Audrey Quinn. Booze! Monkeys! Rhubarb pie! Enjoy the stories behind some unexpected food sources in this issue of Symbolia. Download your copy now on your iPad or via PDF. You can also buy a single PDF of the issue. 
Featuring: 
Why you should eat bugs right now.
The simple pleasures of rhubarb.
The best beer in the world.
Monkey Chefs!
How to grow rice in New York City.
Contributors to this massive issue include: Ruth Brown, Mike Freiheit, Eleri Harris, Jenn Manley Lee, Carolyn Nowak, Rebecca Rohrer and Audrey Quinn. Booze! Monkeys! Rhubarb pie! Enjoy the stories behind some unexpected food sources in this issue of Symbolia. Download your copy now on your iPad or via PDF. You can also buy a single PDF of the issue. 
Featuring: 
Why you should eat bugs right now.
The simple pleasures of rhubarb.
The best beer in the world.
Monkey Chefs!
How to grow rice in New York City.
Contributors to this massive issue include: Ruth Brown, Mike Freiheit, Eleri Harris, Jenn Manley Lee, Carolyn Nowak, Rebecca Rohrer and Audrey Quinn. Booze! Monkeys! Rhubarb pie! Enjoy the stories behind some unexpected food sources in this issue of Symbolia. Download your copy now on your iPad or via PDF. You can also buy a single PDF of the issue. 
Featuring: 
Why you should eat bugs right now.
The simple pleasures of rhubarb.
The best beer in the world.
Monkey Chefs!
How to grow rice in New York City.
Contributors to this massive issue include: Ruth Brown, Mike Freiheit, Eleri Harris, Jenn Manley Lee, Carolyn Nowak, Rebecca Rohrer and Audrey Quinn. Booze! Monkeys! Rhubarb pie! Enjoy the stories behind some unexpected food sources in this issue of Symbolia. Download your copy now on your iPad or via PDF. You can also buy a single PDF of the issue. 
Featuring: 
Why you should eat bugs right now.
The simple pleasures of rhubarb.
The best beer in the world.
Monkey Chefs!
How to grow rice in New York City.
Contributors to this massive issue include: Ruth Brown, Mike Freiheit, Eleri Harris, Jenn Manley Lee, Carolyn Nowak, Rebecca Rohrer and Audrey Quinn. Booze! Monkeys! Rhubarb pie! Enjoy the stories behind some unexpected food sources in this issue of Symbolia. Download your copy now on your iPad or via PDF. You can also buy a single PDF of the issue. 
Featuring: 
Why you should eat bugs right now.
The simple pleasures of rhubarb.
The best beer in the world.
Monkey Chefs!
How to grow rice in New York City.
Contributors to this massive issue include: Ruth Brown, Mike Freiheit, Eleri Harris, Jenn Manley Lee, Carolyn Nowak, Rebecca Rohrer and Audrey Quinn.

Booze! Monkeys! Rhubarb pie! Enjoy the stories behind some unexpected food sources in this issue of Symbolia. Download your copy now on your iPad or via PDF. You can also buy a single PDF of the issue

Featuring: 

  • Why you should eat bugs right now.
  • The simple pleasures of rhubarb.
  • The best beer in the world.
  • Monkey Chefs!
  • How to grow rice in New York City.

Contributors to this massive issue include: Ruth Brown, Mike Freiheit, Eleri Harris, Jenn Manley Lee, Carolyn Nowak, Rebecca Rohrer and Audrey Quinn.

Check out a preview from our latest issue on The Nib: The Greener Meat.

Symbolia’s food issue will be available later this week.

If Womanzine had a peer publication, who would it be?

merxaus:

I’m working to find other folks who might be like minds with me / Womanzine. These people / publications / orgs would consider themselves to be experimental, digital publishers (in the format/platform sense; not content). So far, I think that includes SymboliaTriple Canopy, even 29th Street Publishing. Who else would you add to that list??

lucybellwood:

On the drawing board: first look at the Morgan. #38thvoyage #charleswmorgan

Hecka excited about Lucy’s upcoming sea stories/comics about her summer sailing adventure.

In 2011, the FBI included fans of the band Insane Clown Posse, known as Juggalos, in their National Gang Threat Assessment, classifying them as a “loosely organized hybrid gang.” Insane Clown Posse members Joseph “Violent J” Bruce and Joseph “Shaggy 2 Dope” Utsler, along with the American Civil Liberties Union of Michigan, filed a lawsuit against the FBI and the U.S. Justice Department earlier this year. Their suit, which called the gang classification “unwarranted and unlawful,” included among the plaintiffs four Juggalos who claimed to have been unfairly targeted due to the 2011 report. As of July 2014, Detroit federal Judge Robert Cleland has dismissed the case, saying that the government isn’t responsible for the actions of local law enforcement. 
To read Symbolia’s coverage of this case, check out this comic by Emi Gennis. 

In 2011, the FBI included fans of the band Insane Clown Posse, known as Juggalos, in their National Gang Threat Assessment, classifying them as a “loosely organized hybrid gang.” Insane Clown Posse members Joseph “Violent J” Bruce and Joseph “Shaggy 2 Dope” Utsler, along with the American Civil Liberties Union of Michigan, filed a lawsuit against the FBI and the U.S. Justice Department earlier this year. Their suit, which called the gang classification “unwarranted and unlawful,” included among the plaintiffs four Juggalos who claimed to have been unfairly targeted due to the 2011 report. As of July 2014, Detroit federal Judge Robert Cleland has dismissed the case, saying that the government isn’t responsible for the actions of local law enforcement. 

To read Symbolia’s coverage of this case, check out this comic by Emi Gennis. 

Sophie Goldstein in the latest Symbolia. Download your copy now on your iPad or via PDF. You can also buy a single PDF of the issue