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oh and ditto on the 'doris' and 'keep loving keep fighting' mentions. also adding 'ghost pine', 'fuzzy heads are better', 'no apologies', 'dead texas', 'resist', 'evolution of a race riot', 'emergency', and 'no snow here' to the pile.
Broken Hipster - Emiko has an incredible story that makes grateful.
Vena Cava - Patrice is my homey from Alaska, and her zine shreds ass.
Brutally Morbid Axe of Satan - Really....funny shit.
Modest Proposal - I laughed out loud so much that I woke the babies, and was sent to the couch. Ryan rules so hard it isn't even funny....or, yeah.
Slug and Lettuce - I've been reading it for over 15 years, and it's always good. Christine works her ass off.
Mommy and I Are One
Breathing Ice Tea Mix
Wow Cool! (this was a funny ass zine. I only had one issue and never heard from it again)
Punk Planet (when it was still covering punk)
Slug and Lettuce
Antipathy (my favorite zine, so fucking good!)
Fish With Legs
Carrots and Condoms
Resume of Charm
Mommy and I Are One
Tim tum: a trans jew zine.it's had the biggest impact on me of any zine i've yet read.i love this zine so much i took it with me when i went to get my wisdom teeth pulled under anaesthesia. after i woke up i threw up on it some.i had to make some alterations to make it look less vomity but i still have it.
but close followups in favorites are sunshines underground 7, trannypunx 8, and fag school 1. the first zine to make an impact on me was my own, and i'm not sure i knew what a zine was when i made it. i just wanted to make my own magazine. it was kind of a rekindling of the joy i had as a kid publishing a newsletter on a monthly basis for my three-person household. it was doubtless a valuable asset to its readers, my parents.
i've often wondered what was in that zine!!!! i've only ever seen an old advert for it
Craven Rock said:Mommy and I Are One
All time favorite: That Girl by Kelli Williams