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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!

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my first zine I'm distributing: killhope #1. it's a perzine about thoughts. more info on my profile. feel free to message me to get a copy if you're interested (:

Gathered Years #1 (a.k.a. Maps) is now available! 1/2 size, black and white, 32 pages. Printed on world maps from the 1930's. A perzine about cats, crushes, and being a cashier. Also contains thoughts on homelessness, mental illness, hedgehog care, and a ton of zine reviews. $2 Canada and US, $3 International. Also trading!

Gathered Years #2 is also available! Smaller than 1/2 size but bigger than 1/4 (1/3, maybe?), 28 pages. Typewritten, cut and paste, coloured card stock cover, printed on road maps of the USA. About gardens and hope. About summer and living with someone you love. About me and about what I'm fighting for. Also cats, sexuality, and no longer being a cashier. $2 Canada and US, $3 International.

Both can be found at my Etsy site: www.etsy.com/shop/romannumerals
or contact me on my page here (where you can find more pictures)
or at starblanketriverchild@live.ca

All Things Ordinary #3

I created this zine at Portland’s 2nd Annual 24 Hour Zine Challenge. This zine was made between 10:00am July 24th and 10:00am July 25th, 2010. It is all about notable shows and concerts I have been to over the years. Seeing bands I never thought I’d have the chance to, singers attacking me, pepper spray, stage dives, and so much more.

24 Pages, black and white photocopied on 100% recycled paper, quarter sized (5.5″ x 4.25″)

All Things Ordinary #3 is $3.00ppd or trade. Paypal link on my blog: http://allthingsordinary.wordpress.com, also available on etsy: http://www.etsy.com/shop/readwritecreate

I love trading zines, but when sending me a zine for trade make sure to note that. Also, a letter would be nice too! Send zine trades or $3.00 well hidden cash/money order to:
Derek Neuland
6435 B NE Going St.
Portland, OR 97218
forgot to include my email address: derekneuland@gmail.com

Derek Neuland said:

All Things Ordinary #3

I created this zine at Portland’s 2nd Annual 24 Hour Zine Challenge. This zine was made between 10:00am July 24th and 10:00am July 25th, 2010. It is all about notable shows and concerts I have been to over the years. Seeing bands I never thought I’d have the chance to, singers attacking me, pepper spray, stage dives, and so much more.

24 Pages, black and white photocopied on 100% recycled paper, quarter sized (5.5″ x 4.25″)

All Things Ordinary #3 is $3.00ppd or trade. Paypal link on my blog: http://allthingsordinary.wordpress.com, also available on etsy: http://www.etsy.com/shop/readwritecreate

I love trading zines, but when sending me a zine for trade make sure to note that. Also, a letter would be nice too! Send zine trades or $3.00 well hidden cash/money order to:
Derek Neuland
6435 B NE Going St.
Portland, OR 97218
Hi there,
i've just finished my 1st zine named "Control Freak".

It's an Art Zine with collages , photography, sketches & found photos.
All artworks / distribution / print made by myself (= control freak).
Mostly dark/ mystic / dadaist stuff

28pages / b&w/ Stapled
pages: 120gsm + Double cover 160gsm & "Parchment Ivory prestige Paper" 90gsm.


Some photos & description on my profile and here
http://wemakezines.ning.com/photo/albums/control-freak-zine-1


Price: 3$ (3euros) + Shipping (1.25 Europe 1.75 Elsewhere). Paypal available.
You can buy it here:
http://www.ox.bigcartel.com/product/control-freak-zine-issue-1
or send me an e-mail: oxymoron404@gmail.com

Cheers

[Ox]


'Larry' issue three is A5, 32 pages, black and white, and as always printed on recycled paper (though this time it's 120gsm paper as oppose to 80, so it's a little heavier...). Each copy is hand-tied, numbered, and has a little window cut out of a cartridge paper cover, this time using a sharper scalpel, but with a rather crooked ruler.
Content in this issue includes friendships, promiscuity, visual identity, a guide to the drawing technique of sgraffito, and a bunch of other things, with illustrations throughout. There are some photos of spreads on my profile.
I've made fifty copies and would love to trade them for stuff, so if you'd like one feel free to get in touch...
Thanks
xox
Musea Email Club #52134

THe August/ September Musea, Issue #176, is now out in the print version, AND webmaster Matthew has posted it on our website, musea.us.

This issue is the iDEAS issue and there's plenty to think about in these pages. There are decades of new ideas in the ARTS, EDUCATION, MEDIA, GOVERNMENT REFORMS, PROTESTS, BIOLOGY, TOYS AND GAMES, and two broad categories FOR THE GOOD OF ALL, AND OUT AND OUTER. I'm proud of this big issue. I think you'll enjoy it.

Here's the preface.
For those who look for new ideas, this issue is dedicated to you.

Reader,
Society often trumps up praise for originality. But in truth the real inner passion is for no change. Being one who praises originality in thinking, and has strived to suggest innovations over many years; I have found great resistance to ANY new ideas from almost ALL people. The person who considers new ideas is rare. The person who seeks it out, is almost non existent.

This issue is written for those rare few . It contains a collection of my major ideas over the last few decades. Some of them may prove to be groundbreaking. Some may prove to be unworkable. Some are just fun. See what you think. Then contact me with YOUR thoughts.

Tom Hendricks
(editor of the 17 year old zine Musea)

http://www.Musea.us (Musea, named as one of the best ZINES by UTNE magazine)
http://www.Hunkasaurus.com (Music, 5 full CD's of free Post-Bands Music)
http://www.Musea.wordpress.com (Blog for Musea, Art Contests, Weekly E-mail Messages)
Basalt: A Love Story

A personal zine about living apart from the person you love--and geology. Color photo insert of places in the Columbia River Gorge.

$1 and a stamp or trade.
MIshap
PO Box 5841
Eugene OR 97405
usa

Thanks,
Ryan
Hello! I just finished my first 2-Pack of Mini-Comics! I'm super pumped! I'm selling them on my Etsy site:

www.etsy.com/shop/desmondreed

Only $2.00 + 50 cents shipping! Features the titles "Aloha" and "The Island". 14 Pages each (including covers). Made by folding, cutting and stapling together two sheets of paper. Check them out!

S T O R I E S:

ALOHA: After a worm gets his germs on a friend's lunch, everyone learns a valuable lesson about revenge.

THE ISLAND: When resources run low on a secluded island, a desperate dog turns against his hamburger buddy.

NECRONOMICON #15

A manic depressive Yorkshire mans diary through watching nostalgic horror films. Obsessional, geeky, personal and humourous.

Paypal honestrabbit@hotmail.com
UK £1.50 (inc postage)
Europe £1.80
Worldwide £2.00

Happy to trade, especially in UK.

Features rantings and ravings about Nekromantik, Vampires Assistant, Hardware, Brainscan, Machine Girl, tons more...



Striking Distance is a punk rock fanzine that contains four new stories plus, as always, excerpts of letters from your favourite anonymous zinesters and other urban neurotic punks. This little zine is $2PPD / trade / a buck in person. I will be tabling at the 10th Annual Portland Zine in Portland, Oregon (Aug 28-29) and at Canzine in Toronto on Oct 24th.

I won’t be submitting consideration copies to distros but if any are interested feel free to get in touch! They are $1 per zine wholesale or 20 for $10!

Here’s a review of my last zine from Razorcake:

KISSOFF #13
By Sean Stewart
Tuesday, March 24 @ 00:00:00 CDT

Comparatively speaking, I’ve read far fewer Canadian zines than American ones, and yet the Canadian ones I’ve read have all been good (I’m thinking in particular of Ghost Pine and I’m Johnny and I Don’t Give a Fuck). And it’s not only that they’ve been good, but also that they’ve been good in a similar way. There’s a timeless quality to the writing. They also all seem to hold to a higher literary standard than many of their American counterparts; the storytelling is well-crafted and the text has obviously been proofread (they often even thank their proofreaders in the intro!). In my opinion, this sort of dedication is sorely lacking in general in the zine world, but, then again, I may just be permanently cranky after seeing one too many crappy zines. But to get back to Kissoff, these are personal tales (a few set in Canada and a couple in South Africa) of travel, friendship, romantic relationships, and punk rock. Nothing extraordinary topic-wise, but told in a way that extracts the universal themes likely to appeal to the widest audience. Definitely recommended. –Sean Stewart



Chris Kiss: 2-1729 Dufferin Street, Toronto ON, M6E 3N9, Canada


Hello! Above you'll see bird shit issue 1 and I'm about ready to print issue two! Very exciting indeed. To order a copy or make a donation to aid in printing, go to http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/318902089/bird-shit-second-run-...

By doing this, if you donate two dollars, you'll get mentioned in the special thanks, and anything four dollars or more, you get copies sent to you with no additional shipping or postage charges.

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