We are gloriously excited about reclaiming the idea of printing, which has been, in the mainstream, completely appropriated by corporations and large publishing houses. And yet, almost everyone has access to a printer. Zines solve some of the problem, but can't be distributed easily online. Online publications don't look nearly as good when they're printed. So help us stage a microfiction revolution: print off thirty copies of Prowlings. Take them to indie bookstores, comic stores, zine fairs, your grandma's house, your friend's birthday party, uni, work, school. You are now a printing press, and a distributor, and an agent, and a revolutionary. And the words you're printing are beautiful.