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Mamá Liberada: Volume 2Summer 2014Mamá Liberada is a homespun zine celebrating creative families leading daring lives!Hand screen printed cover, black ink or black and gold ink on grocery sack. Black and white text, photos and found art. 12 pages.Volume Two (Summer 2014) features superb poetry by Marina Eckler and Kyle Harvey, a beautiful essay on the process of liberation by Nicole Villano, an article by Katey Sleeveless about touring in a band with a kiddo, and herbalism and recipes by Elise Bowan and Tara Burns. Three Poems by Kyle HarveyHerbal Iced Tea Blend by Elise BowanHow to Liberate a Mama: The Beginning by Nicole VillanoI’ve Hardened My Heart by Marina EcklerHave Son, Will Travel by Katey SleevelessWhat Freedom Meant To Me by Marina EcklerRed Raspberry Leaf by Tara Burns View Larger

Mamá Liberada: Volume 2
Summer 2014

Mamá Liberada is a homespun zine celebrating creative families leading daring lives!

Hand screen printed cover, black ink or black and gold ink on grocery sack. Black and white text, photos and found art. 12 pages.

Volume Two (Summer 2014) features superb poetry by Marina Eckler and Kyle Harvey, a beautiful essay on the process of liberation by Nicole Villano, an article by Katey Sleeveless about touring in a band with a kiddo, and herbalism and recipes by Elise Bowan and Tara Burns. 


Three Poems by Kyle Harvey
Herbal Iced Tea Blend by Elise Bowan
How to Liberate a Mama: The Beginning by Nicole Villano
I’ve Hardened My Heart by Marina Eckler
Have Son, Will Travel by Katey Sleeveless
What Freedom Meant To Me by Marina Eckler
Red Raspberry Leaf by Tara Burns


As a musician and music lover, it’s easy to be swept away by the chaotic allure of South by Southwest, an annual music festival in Austin, TX. The promise of Something-is-Happening-Now-in-Your-Town is a gift to experience palpably and one to bring home. If you’re already feeling the buzz back where you live, SXSW is extra honey to add to the pot when you get back. (I think Neil Young called that a Honey Slide.) There’s no way you can be in Austin for a week and not feel inspired to pick some of the zing up off the street and cram it into the back of your van with the rest of your gear. The excitement of 40,000 extra arts lovers in one place is hard to shake. Read more… (via South by Southwest: Colorado Bands Find Inspiration in Austin — Colorado Collective) View Larger

As a musician and music lover, it’s easy to be swept away by the chaotic allure of South by Southwest, an annual music festival in Austin, TX. The promise of Something-is-Happening-Now-in-Your-Town is a gift to experience palpably and one to bring home. If you’re already feeling the buzz back where you live, SXSW is extra honey to add to the pot when you get back. (I think Neil Young called that a Honey Slide.) There’s no way you can be in Austin for a week and not feel inspired to pick some of the zing up off the street and cram it into the back of your van with the rest of your gear. The excitement of 40,000 extra arts lovers in one place is hard to shake. Read more… (via South by Southwest: Colorado Bands Find Inspiration in Austin — Colorado Collective)