The Cascadia SPOKE is a new community publication to promote place based realities and provide a written hub where diverse voices, artists, poets and communities can share topics, issues and news most important to them in a physical format. Our first issue, coming out this summer, features work from more than 30 individuals and artists.

Our first edition is printed in black and white, on a 34” spread (11×17” per page) on 20 pages on recycled newsprint in Seattle, Washington by Pacific Publishing. We are mailing these free of charge to roughly 1000 people and to anyone who would like a copy. Sign up for a copy. Nominate a friend to get one. Grab a bundle to get out in your community. 

The goal of this newspaper is to create a grassroots movement resource that educates about the Cascadia movement, bioregionalism, shares updates, and can provide a physical space to steward conversations among organizers. The Cascadia Spoke also aims to be an opportunity for any member of the Cascadia community to submit articles and stories that they are passionate about, so long as they align with the Underground’s guidelines which can be found here.

Our Commitment to You

The Cascadia SPOKE is a volunteer run, bioregional & community journal. We will always free of charge, and advertisement free. Instead, we rely on a minimum of 40 supporters willing to contribute a minimum of $10 a month, which allows us to print and mail two issues of 2000 copies twice per year.

The Cascadia SPOKE is a 501(c)3 program of the Department of Bioregion. All support is tax deductible.