This is done by the editor of quixotic potential, Vera, and it really does a lot to dispel some of the myths that surround what exactly an organic farmer is. While I don’t get the whole “548 vs. 724” thing that is on the front cover, this zine is incredibly easy to understand and is full of cute drawings that break up the whiteness left on each page. This zine covers the most basic issues that organic farmers have to deal with, so one should not try to buy this zine expecting how to learn every single thing that one needs to know about organic farming, but it does serve as a entry step into a field that is very intricate. Also, if you are looking for a perzine, thinking this is going to be like quixotic potential, I urge you to rethink what you may be getting, as the amount that Vera focuses on herself in this issue is very small as compared to the first issue of her main zine. At the end of the zine, Vera makes sure to provide for those readers who wish to continue their learning on the subject by providing a number of websites devoted specifically to the topic itself. While I do not know if Vera has any more copies of this magazine, as I am sure it is a large seller in the number of distros and places that it is carried, Vera would be more than happy to answer any questions about the zine itself or topics related to organic farming. Fire up your computer and send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org .
Ph.D. in Political Science, Kent State University.
I have been the editor at NeuFutur / neufutur.com since I was 15. Looking for new staff members all the time; email me if you are interested. Thanks!
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