ERICK LYLE OFSCAM MAGAZINE
APRIL 5, time and location TBA
since 1991, erick lyle has edited SCAM, an influential zine that featured personal writing, politics, reports on protest events and interviews with activists and punk bands. his first book, On The Lower Frequencies, came out in 2008.
NATIVE PUNK FEST
thursday, april 14
featuring a secret cafe & workshops during the day at a location TBA, and an evening show on campus (lib 4300) featuring: let the world die (flagstaff), lozen (tacoma) and king elephant (missoula, montana). amazing bands telling real shit about the world through music. we’re co-sponsoring this event with the evergreen native student alliance and are so fucking stoked.
check out nativepunkfest.wordpress.com for more about the bands and more info as we get it. yes!
what do you want to see on campus? shows, speakers, workshops?
email us (firstname.lastname@example.org) or come to our thursday meetings and tell us what you want!
SPOONBOY, ERICA FREAS & QUINN TUFFINUF
8 pm. at the flaming eggplant
acoustic show on campus! maximum rock n’ roll calls spoonboy “the poor man’s belle & sebastian.” he’s on tour and joins us with local songwizards erica freas (from rvivr) and quinn tuff enuff. it’s going to be so good.
CINDY CRABB OF DORIS ZINE
SUNDAY, MARCH 11TH
4 p.m. LECTURE HALL 2
cindy crabb is one of the most inspiring people alive. she’s been writing her personal zine DORIS since 1991 and recently released her second anthology. she’s a musician and the editor of the zines Support, and Learning Good Consent, and is a sexual assault survivor advocate. she is the perfect winter antidote. don’t miss this.