Reflections in Concrete and Steel

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Reflections in Concrete and Steel was first printed in March of 1996 and written by Adam Roml.

It was a half sized, black and white, 32 page photocopied 'zine which focused on political discourse. It often made use of lo-fi, lo-tech graphics produced by distorting images with a photocopier to illustrate it's themes of liberty.

Its political stance was often confused as being anarchistic, due to a lean towards social libertarianism. While not an anarchist 'zine, the 'zine often quoted anarchist writings and theories.

Adam Roml published the third and last issue in 2001. It is not known when or if it will be published again.