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  • The Ten Sleep Dream (a poem) by Georgie Abel

    Dec 3, 17 • 1587 Views • LocationsNo Comments

    It takes ten sleeps Of sleeping in Ten Sleep To enter into the dream The Ten Sleep dream by Georgie Abel, Contributing Editor (this piece is published in Volume 11, Choss, Solos, and Reflection, now available) The Ten Sleep dream is where you learn to feed...

  • Springtime Crazy (a poem) by Georgie Abel

    May 8, 17 • 1259 Views • UncategorizedNo Comments

    We’ve got that springtime crazy Our hearts have grown hungry under desert skies by Georgie Abel, Contributing Editor, author of Go West Young Woman.  art by Rhiannon Williams  We wanna take shots of lightning Use thunder to make heavy hip-hop beats Frost...

  • Walmart Parking Lot (a poem) by Georgie Abel

    Mar 16, 17 • 3756 Views • Climbing CultureNo Comments

    by Georgie Abel (photo by Dylan Hightower) I was this close To forgetting what it feels like To sleep in a Walmart parking lot Somewhere in between totally fine and   Rock bottom   But probably rock bottom because You’re totally fine Listening to...

  • 50 Shades of Dirtbag by Georgie Abel and Luke Mehall

    Jun 7, 16 • 6198 Views • Locations9 Comments

    While many of you are just starting to savor the latest Climbing Zine, Volume 8, The Old School Issue, at the Zine headquarters we are already working on Volume 9, The New School Issue. And, we need your help. Georgie Abel and Luke Mehall compiled this list,...

  • Rock Climbing Gives Us Feminism by Georgie Abel

    Mar 18, 16 • 4553 Views • Locations1 Comment

    “What about you, Georgie? Are you a feminist?” I was sitting around a campfire with a group of friends. I had climbed outside maybe twice before. “No,” I replied, scratching at the label on my beer bottle. “Because I don’t...

  • Visions of Clark Mountain by Georgie Abel

    Jul 8, 15 • 2431 Views • LocationsNo Comments

    I wish I could tell you all about Clark in the exact way that my brain experiences it. But that has proven to be very hard to do, because there is something about that mountain that is so far from tangible, so far from words, so far from emotion, so far...

  • The Desert by Luke Mehall, Fall Tour Kicks off in Crested Butte

    Aug 1, 19 • 1784 Views • DirtbaggingNo Comments

    Fall Tour Kickoff: Thursday, August 15th 7:00 p.m. Townie Books 414 Elk Ave. Crested Butte, Colorado Dear readers, reviewers, promoters, podcasters, reporters, editors, bloggers, and anyone else interested in climbing and the great outdoors, Once upon a time,...

  • Technology and Climbing by Cyrena Lee

    May 9, 17 • 1859 Views • UncategorizedNo Comments

    If you are sick of new climbers coming in and ruining everything, do something about it. If you hate how distracted you are by technology, put the phone down and climb. If you love climbing outside, do something about it to save it. If you are dissatisfied in...