origin: [obsolete] Latin; scribere= desire to write.
adjective (scripturiency; noun)
A compulsion to write down thoughts & ideas; the violent or passionate need to write.
sa·miz·dat [sä′mĭz-dät′, sə-myĭz-dät′]:
origin: [1965–70] Russian : sam= self + izdatel'stvo publishing house + izdat= to publish.
The 'zines of the Kremlin.
Well, technically, it is self-publishing one's own works that would otherwise be banned by the country or state; a popular underground form of expression amid communist governments; an underground press.
Prison is a distinct possibility for committing these offenses of free speech.