Poetry, Protest, and Possibility Zine Bundle


Kyle “Guante” Tran Myhre, 2023.


“Of what future are these the wild, early days?” That question drives Kyle “Guante” Tran Myhre’s Button Poetry-published book, Not a Lot of Reasons to Sing, But Enough, and this zine bundle is one attempt at an answer. Featuring seven zines (pronounced “zeens;” think of them as “little magazines”) on topics ranging from poetry, to abolition, to consent, to K-pop group BTS, to healthy masculinity, to getting involved in activism for the first time (plus a sticker and a signed note from Kyle), this bundle speaks directly to the power that everyday people have to work together to actively shape the world.

Each zine bundle contains:

  • Seven zines: on getting involved in activism, cultivating hope, building a culture of consent, diving into spoken word, learning more about abolition, and two zine-length poems: BTS 40K and The Art of Taking the L
  • A signed note about the project from Guante himself

A note from KTM: I give these zines away for free at events, and the digital versions are all freely accessible online; this bundle is meant to be a way for people who aren’t able to catch a live event to get physical copies. The $10 price covers just a portion of the printing costs. Also, for people who picked up my 2019 bundle, this one does include a few of the same zines, but updated and redesigned, plus three brand new ones (and a sticker). Thanks for your support, then and now.


Kyle “Guante” Tran Myhre holding Zines

About Kyle “Guante” Tran Myhre

Kyle “Guante” Tran Myhre is a poet, educator, and activist based in Minneapolis, MN. His work explores the relationships between identity, power, and resistance, and he’s performed everywhere from the United Nations, to music festivals like Eaux Claires… MORE

Additional information

Weight2.3 oz
Dimensions6 × 5.5 × .25 in
Zine Bundle

Poetry, Protest, and Possibility, THE ART OF TAKING THE L