Since it came out last August, Kelli Refer’s zine Pedal, Stretch, Breathe: The Yoga of Bicycling has been a runaway bestseller. We talked about doing a second edition right away, not realizing how soon it would be needed. And sure enough, the original is nearly out of print (any day now). The good news is [...]
Online and in print!
Photo courtesy of Multnomah County Library Dog people, bicycle people, and feminists, unite! Oh wait, it appears that you already have. A couple of months ago my friend Sara, pictured above, informed me, “If you really want a bestseller, do an issue of Taking the Lane about dogs.” I may or may not have laughed [...]
The next issue of Taking the Lane, and our first foray away from nonfiction, is an anthology of feminist sci fi stories about bikes. It’s titled “Bikes in Space,” and you can get your hands on a copy as well as helping make sure it actually gets printed by backing it on Kickstarter right here. [...]
Submission guidelines for Taking the Lane, and the sliding scale pricing gap for the ninth issue, Disaster!
Photo credit: Cyclecide I’ve been planning to mark the tenth issue of Taking the Lane’s quarterly journal about bicycling and empowerment with something really special. An ode to the best bike cities, interviews with the most inspiring bike visionaries, essays by bicycle thought leaders of our time. Something like that. The topics for these issues [...]