I know we're all going to do it, so I guess we could keep it neat and tidy by putting it all in one thread. So here goes, JUST post about your new issue in this thread, don't discuss or reply, that way new members can easily see what output we're all responsible for!
chronicles of nadia, issue 1 - 36 pages, A5, cut and paste with comics like 'amanda palmer battles monsters from space', articles about why I'm a feminist, medical dramas and strange people, and an entirely fictional letter of recommendation written for a friend's graduation, and plenty of other bits and pieces. bonus mini zine - green and clean, hair and skin care using common kitchen ingredients.
Trade, send me something else interesting if you don't have a zine. nadia.brady at gmail.com
This is the brand spanking new issue of San Francisco's premier urban art journal, focusing on underground and independent music, art, and literature. Featuring interviews with Andrew Jackson Jihad, Kepi Ghoulie, and Make Me. Also included are tales of South American debauchery, sexual trysts with the Zodiac Killer, reviews, comics, and a MP3 free download card!
If you want a copy, you can either private message me here or email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org, they're either $2 ppd or free if you wanna trade.
Be sure to visit www.ashcanmagazine.com too, our website has features from the magazine plus a bunch of new stuff only found online!
marbles (2009) is a 32-page mini-zine of exercises for chipping away at the stuckness of writer’s block. I have been writing in earnest since I was very young, and have been through many bouts of writer’s block. I gave up writing for years, thinking I would never write again. Now, I write for a living – articles, copy, research, creative non-fiction, zines – as an artist/designer. This is my personal collection of tricks that have helped me in the past. This zine is A7 in size, colour, stapled, about 10g.
It's just a half size, 12 pages (I'm sure the second one will be longer) and mostly poetry, a story, some thoughts about life, pretty pictures. But it has a penny farthing on the cover, you know you want that! And it's only $2, or trade. I'd love to do a trade with anyone! Just drop me a line- oh, and there's some sample pictures on my profile, so you can see what you're getting yourself into.
Dreams of Donuts #8 is done. D.O.D. is a comic perzine about my life, and this issue covers things like moving away from Sacramento, the Black Butte Center for Railroad Culture, and more! You can order #8 ( I have back issues too!) for $1 or trade ( I prefer trades, but cash is cool too) at:
631 Siskiyou Blvd
Ashland OR 97520
The new issue of Rebel Grrl Zine is finally available - all 64 pages of it! It's A5 size (half size??) and due to having just paid for printing, I can't afford to trade this one, so it's only available to buy from rebelgrrlzine.co.uk
It's radical and rebellious and raar. Get your copy now!
The new Halloween issue of Mongrel Zine is full of spooky delights! Haunted George schools us on Halloween sound effects and his Garagepunk podcast Haunted Shack Theatre, King Louie charms us with tales of stealin’ Lil Wayne’s wardrobe girl and drinking with Fats Domino, Vancouver’s newest garage band Indian Wars find the best skateparks, Inservibles tell us about Mexico City’s best tacos from what is a shitty mechanics workshop during the day and taco stand by night, a rare interview with the late Billy Van from The Hilarious House of Frightenstein, vintage Halloween collector Mark Ledenbach, plus Box Elders, The TVees, Hard Feelings, HYPSTRZ, The Orpheans, Corpusse, Telekrimen, and tonnes more…
This issue includes Mongrel Zine Vol. 4 CD Comp with 28 tracks including Bloodshot Bill’s “In the Graveyard…!” written especially for this Halloween issue of Mongrel Zine! Plus songs by Snuff Maximus (Haunted George), Deja Voodoo, Hellshovel (Jeff from Demon’s Claws), Last Rapes of Mr. Teach, Pinche Gringo, and a lotta others. See the full track list here.
Mongrel Zine is a print zine with interviews, record reviews and a CD comp… based outta Vancouver. It’s edited, designed, photocopied, folded, and stapled by Janelle Hollyrock and Bob Scott. Read interviews and buy the zine at www.mongrelzine.ca
"A very fine publication." -- Terminal Boredom
"Thick as a book, tight layouts, great photos and writing, and covering great bands." -- Thrasher
"What makes this mandatory is the accompanying compilation CDR chock full of the best of garage, punk rock and rock ’n’ roll." -- Montreal Mirror
I finished this zine a couple of months back, but I've been terrible at keeping up with the happenings on this here board so I thought I'd post a bit of info about it.
Features contributions from Andrew Culture (Beat Motel), Sam Page (Punknews), Edd Baldry (Last Hours), illustrations by Alison Hedley and some other articles by me including Gogol Bordello, Dick Lucas (Subhumans / Citizen Fish), Inner Terrestrials, Barack Obama, Mia Riddle, Propagandhi, Protesting against the BNP, Vegan Recipes and more.
Footprint said some very nice things about it after they printed it here.
It's available from the following places at the moment:
Corndog Zine Distro (www.corndog.co.uk)
Punker Bunker, Brighton
...or alternatively directly from me at gigs or mail order.
If any one is interested in trading please let me know as I'm always happy to swap with other zinesters.
MOON ROCKS ISSUE 5 - THE SEA ISSUE.
Features an exclusive interview with the world's greatest marathon swimmer, Martin Strel. Also film maker Jolyon Hoff talks about his new documentary on 1970s Aussie surfing legend Michael Peterson. Plus loads of sea-themed short fiction, illustration and photography.
BRAINSCAN 25-This zine has been five start and stop years in the making. I finally finished it in October of 2009 at the Anchor Archive zine residency in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Brainscan 25 Chronicles my Saturn return as a love story, an ending, and a new beginning with someone from my past. The Saturn Return is the time between ages 27 and 30 when the planet Saturn is in the same place it was at your birth. It is usually seen as a harbinger of change and a test of character where individuals are forced to evaluate their life in relation to their values. Brainscan 25 documents my life between 2004 and 2006 which was full of upheaval and questioning my path and choices in life. The linear story is spliced with narrative flashbacks from 1996-1999 full of punk shows, travel stories and the difficulty of dealing with emotions and the insecurities of growing up. Text heavy with high contrast cut and paste layout and photocopier art.
Brainscan 25 is 80 pages, legal sized (8.5"x7") transparency acetate and cardstock covers, and an envelope containing a 16 page epilogue.
BRAINSCAN 24 is a mini zine with answers to questions I'm frequently asked and random facts like how I was made in Canada, am left handed, and was the very first Aquacadet. 32 pages and 1/8th legal (3.5" x 4.25")