Submitted By: Frances Fierst on Nov 14, 2012
The Climbing Zine has uploaded their entire collection to Kindle, and now volumes 1 and 2 are available to download for 99 cents.
Volume 1 was the beginning of it all, and has essays from George Sibley, Al Smith III, Lisa Galterio, Luke Mehall, Travis Kuester, Greg Pettys and Morgan Fields. Themes range from climbing as art to reflections of getting introduced to the climbing world. This zine is a far cry from where the publication is at these days, but those new to climbing, and hardcore readers will appreciate the prose and stories contained within the pages.
Volume 2 was the natural continuation as the zine moved along from being a project to a legitimate publication. Contributors for this volume are: William Anglin, Brian Malone, Scott Borden, Mehall, Kuester, Smith III, and Pettys. Topics in Volume 2 include: turning to climbing after a breakup, big road trips, and rediscovering a love for climbing in a tropical paradise.
In addition to Volume 1 and 2 going live, a photo edition of Volume 3 is now live on Kindle as well.
Here are the links to the latest additions:
Volume 1: www.amazon.com/The-Climbing-Zine-Volume-ebook/dp/B009Z5J9WQ
Volume 2: www.amazon.com/The-Climbing-Zine-Volume-ebook/dp/B00A5RV8R2
Volume 3, photo edition: www.amazon.com/Climbing-Volume-Deluxe-Version-ebook/dp/B008E>>>
For more information about The Climbing Zine visit: www.climbingzine.com