Dice Roll Zine. Back to your roots gaming!
Dice Roll Zine is a 40-page, saddle-stitched, digest-sized print zine for old-school RPGs written by Steven A. Cook and illustrated by some of the best retro-inspired artists.
The second issue includes a Sorcerer class for Swords & Wizardry Complete games; 'Roll all the Dice' tables for generating fungi, plants & freaky stuff; The City-State of Kreth, a weird-fantasy city overview with history, factions, unique gear, rumors, adventure seeds, thumbnail descriptions and encounter tables for nine city districts, and more; new spells and magic items for an 'oldhammer' fantasy role-playing game; and various other cool rules options and odd things for your old-school games.
Although I would point out that to some people, "Back to your roots" involved generating random numbers via chits, as many sets of Holmes D&D had them because of the great dice shortage of 1978
Anyway, the first issue came out a couple years ago and is also available on DTRPG, but the second issue is currently only from his own store in print for $7 (though it comes with a PDF)