Thursday, March 26, 2015

Infoshops, tablers, and distros! Inquire within.

I've gotten a lot of requests for books for infoshops and the like. There's a pretty straightforward approach here that's aimed at making B&GP titles available for the tiny to large pushers, but we do want to work with you. If you're interested in distributing Black and Green titles, please email blackandgreenpress {at} gmail [dot] com.

Black and Green Review no 1

In case you missed it over at the BAGR site, Black and Green Review no 1 is out now!
You can pick up single copies over at www.oldowandistribution.com or subscribe over at http://www.blackandgreenreview.org/p/distribution.html. The subscription tiers include domestic and international, physical and electronic copies.

We are actively seeking more distributors. So if you're tabling, touring, distroing, or an infoshop or bookstore, hit us up.

Tuesday, February 24, 2015

BAGR 1: The Suffocating Void - Kevin Tucker

In case you missed it, the second glimpse of Black and Green Review no 1 is posted over on the BAGR site: BAGR 1: The Suffocating Void - Kevin Tucker
Kill the social networks in your head.

Black and Green Forum

The Facebook page is officially no longer being updated directly. This page auto-feeds onto it, but that's that. But in the hopes to keep conversations going and avoiding the pitfalls of facebook's bullshit and hearing what ingenious idea your cousin has chosen to chime in over the merits of civilization, I'm giving the forums a go again.
So this is where it's going down: http://blackandgreen.freeforums.net/
If something better ends up opening up, then it'll be checked out, but the format seems easy enough and the free price tag is dead on. It does have normal forum bullshit, but it is free.
This is a moderated forum, so don't be a schmuck or you'll be banned. See the general read me post. I couldn't care less what name you use, just so long as you stick to one. Also, the forum does require M/F gender in the registration, I'll see what I can do to nix that, but in the meantime, click whatever and then just hit the "hide" button and that won't show.

Friday, February 13, 2015

BAGR 1: The Resilience of the Wild

Got the proofs for Black and Green Review no 1 today, so we're giving our first glimpse of the content. Check out this interview with the amazing Rod Coronado.
The Resilience of the Wild: Talking and Stalking Wolves with Rod Coronado.
Subscription and ordering links are up on the site. Anticipated street date of 4.2.15.

Thursday, February 5, 2015

Black and Green Review news!

In case you haven't noticed, Black and Green Review now has it's own URL: http://www.blackandgreenreview.org
But the first issue is about to head to the press and the anticipated street date is April 2, 2015. More information and a couple essays will be getting posted to the BAGR site. So be sure to subscribe to that page and get those updates.
In the meantime, Oldowan Distribution is now taking pre-orders here: http://www.oldowandistribution.com/product/black-and-green-review-issue-1-spring-2015.

Wednesday, February 4, 2015

Help get Eric McDavid rolling with life on the outside.

If you haven't read the new zine, After Prison, yet, you definitely should. There are areas where we've done well with prisoner support, but others that haven't been smooth. Reintegration is one of those areas.
Eric spent over 9 years in Federal prison, so this is going to be a rough process. Be sure to offer support in any way you can, but if you can donate, please do.
Post-release fund for Eric McDavid