Nation of Ulysses published a zine called “Ulysses Speaks,” which was an extension of their ideology expressed in their music and liner notes. The zines espoused what they referred to as “The Ulysses Aesthetic,” which was a mix of 60’s and 70’s radical politics, French Situationist writings, and juvenile delinquency. The zine was distributed at live shows as well as made available by writing the band. A total of 8 issues were published

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