Archive for the ‘Locations’ Category

  • All e-zines and e-books on Kindle on sale, starting at 99 cents!

    Mar 25, 20 • 86 Views • LocationsNo Comments

    Friends of The Zine: we are doing our best to bring you affordable reading material, podcasts, and film during these difficult times. Today, we reduced the prices of all our reading material on Kindle. While we realize most of you enjoy our printed materials,...

  • Off Root on El Capitan

    Mar 12, 20 • 247 Views • LocationsNo Comments

    I wasn’t sure if I should start this piece with being three thousand feet off the ground on El Capitan, or at the dentist’s chair. But, there I was in Farmington, in a place I’m all too comfortable and familiar with: the dentist’s chair. by Luke...

  • On Fear, Climbing, and Depression by Sonya Pevzner

    Feb 14, 20 • 5367 Views • Locations1 Comment

    Trigger warning: This article discusses topics of depression, suicidal thoughts, and anxiety. For some, the content may be triggering. Please use your own judgment, and if you feel that you are in crisis, please call the National Suicide Hotline at...

  • Part 2: Chuck Pratt, Liquid Sunshine by Pat Ament

    Feb 3, 20 • 278 Views • LocationsNo Comments

    This is part 2 of Pat Ament’s essay, published in Volume 17. If you missed part 1, you can read it here. If you enjoyed this story please subscribe, it’s what keeps the zine dream alive! Banner photo of Pratt by Glen Denny. The psychic storm of...

  • Upside Down and Unconscious by Shay Skinner

    Jan 30, 20 • 347 Views • LocationsNo Comments

    I remember arguing with my partner about wearing his helmet before starting a climb for the day. “It’s only 5.9,” he said. “I’ll be fine.” I insisted that wearing a helmet on a multipitch trad climb shouldn’t be up for discussion. After a few...

  • A Marriage On The Rocks by Barbara Noseworthy

    Jan 30, 20 • 2111 Views • LocationsNo Comments

    It’s 1981, and I’m 22 years old, about to graduate from college, trying to sort out what happens next. And there’s this guy I really like. He’s good looking, smart, funny, and a rock climber. I confess, I had this thing for rock climbers, especially...

  • Zine Emeritus: a story with Shaun

    Dec 23, 19 • 401 Views • LocationsNo Comments

    This last month, as we raise funds for The Climbing Zine Book, I’ve been telling a lot of stories about how The Zine came to be. I thought over the course of the month I’d run short on material, but now 29 days into it, I realized I have so many stories...

  • Reflections on Dad by Tamara Robbins

    Dec 18, 19 • 4115 Views • LocationsNo Comments

    Since November, I’ve been in Modesto, California, with my family and, while here, digitally archiving the multitude of slides, negatives, writings, etc., that occupy nearly every corner of our home. Luke and I had discussed doing this photo essay months...