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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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A Poem a Day is READY!

This zine that is ready is the culmination of my writing for the A Poem a Day exercise. It's not the big compilation zine containing work by many poets. This one is just me.

I am asking $2 or cool trade for it. It has over twenty new poems, all by me. It's 22 pages, 8 and 1/2 by 5 and 1/2.

I think it's great! I hope other people will think so too.

To order it, write to me at

PO Box 1483
Lawrence, KS 66044

Haven't put out a zine in eight years, I think? Busted out the Kinko's copy counter and silkscreen, found out that Kinko's doesn't use the old copy counters anymore, making it very difficult to steal copies. Silkscreen still works fine.

So I made this, sixteen pages (I think), and a CD with ten songs or so. Includes a few stories, airport and oral surgeon reviews, also the undercurrent of my constant fear of growing not old, but boring. Which is unwritten, but I like to think that I communicate it well.

It's available at Quimby's in Chicago, Needles and Pens in SF, and maybe some other places. Where can you sell zines these days? I seem to remember not being paid by See Hear in the 90's, are they still around? And if not, who exists who will take twenty copies of my zine and then not pay me for them?

Anyway, where was I? Oh, it's $5 postpaid, somewhere between $3-5 through other means.

If you are curious, try clicking here, or emailing me at alexh@riseup.net.
New issue of my zine out here in the UK
called Lights Go Out
as per: www.myspace.com/lightsgooutpunkzine
it's £1.50 postage paid in UK
but i love to trade with people! 1 copy, 5 copies, 10 copies - come on let's do swapsies!

anyways, the new issue (number 4) features interviews with Strike Anywhere, Kid Carpet, Just Panic and Jet (the Gladiator from the 90's!). cd reviews, zine reviews, gig reviews, columns and random stuff.

drop me a line....please!
$3 / 40p - Available at Syndicate Product Covert HQ Etsy Store

**** WINTER SALE - all zines 1/2 price at the SPCHQ store! ****

After publishing reading logs in 2005 and 2008 under the title "Time Enough At Last", early in 2008 I began logging all my media consumption completely as possible.

I kept the log chronologically during the year, so therefore this zine is arranged monthly. The only exception is "Television", which has its own section. Notes on nomenclature: All comics, graphic novels, minicomix, and collected books of individual comics are all labeled "S.A." for "sequential art". The term "sequential art" was first defined by Will Eisner as "...the arrangement of pictures or images and words to narrate a story or dramatize an idea" (in Eisner’s Comics and Sequential Art, 1985). "Film" is used to label motion pictures viewed in a theater, on DVD or videotape, or through coaxial cable. "Music" includes live, recorded, and streaming forms.

Portaging in Purgatory Issue 2
quarter size, 28 pages perzine
Available on my etsy
Trades welcome!

This is about what makes me happy, working, being 7 years old, things my mom dragged me through, feminism, and periods.

Issue one of "You're the Best.....Around!!!" is out now. The first zine ever dedicated to the giddy world of Kids in Sports Film (KiSF), where the Karate Kids, the Mighty Ducks, and the Bad News Bears reign supreme. Each issue is devoted to investigating the merits and demerits of a particular Kids in Sports Film, in this case, "Kicking and Screaming" starring Will Ferrell. Join us as we unpick the characterisation, the dialogue, the subtle subtext of the film, and the sartorial travesty that is the team uniforms. No stone is left unturned in our attempt to get to the true heart of these films. This issue includes an interview with My Dad Is Dead's Mark Edwards and a fantastically simple recipe for chocolate bananas.

This issue is 20 pages at A5 size and costs, let's say, £1 in UK, $2US international (that includes postage folks!). Paypal to patsydecline@gmail.com.
I am also amenable to trades, so if you want, send me a message and we can swap paper.

If there are any distros who are interested, feel free to get in touch and I can send a sample copy.
Hi there,
Just wanted to let everyone know that the third issue of my zine is ready! I haven't mailed it out to distros yet, so for the time being, the third issue is only available through me. Go to Shotgun Seamstress on MySpace to buy a copy.

E-mail me at shotgunseamstress@gmail.com if you'd like to trade or if you don't have any cash.

Scans of pages from Issues 2 & 3 are on my We Make Zines page.

Issues 1 & 2 are currently available from Microcosm Publishing.

new ricochet ricochet only 80p (thats like 2 dollars) email for buying/trade/distro: ricochetricochet[at]hotmail.co.uk

cover by elm, stuff about the usual; gays, camberwell, more run ins with gays, oh also a nice cd of some bands that played my house:

Zine World #27 is now available! Often called the best review zine being published in the U.S., Zine World is an extensive guide to zine culture. Zine World is produced by an all-volunteer staff and contains 200+ reviews plus loads of other information, resources, and tips for zine publishers and readers.

4 bucks (or $5 Canada/$7 overseas).
Send cash, stamps, or money order payable to Jerianne to:
Zine World
PO Box 330156
Murfreesboro TN 37133-0156

Details about this new issue over at our website.

Sidewords issue #1 is finished!
12 pages, color, poorly photocopied at home.

This issue contains reviews, doodles, and music suggestions, and some things useful especially for people in Upstate NY and Orono, ME.

To request a copy, email sidewordszine@gmail.com with necessary mailing information. As I do not yet have a PO Box or PayPal account, copies are free for the time being, as long as you're in the USA or Canada. Hooray!
Didn't discover this thread until just now. Anyway:

Candy or Medicine Volume Six features sixteen pages featuring Japanese artist Ariko "Inomi" Kitsu illustrating a Detective Dick Kirkpatric tale, British artist Rob Jackson depicts a vending machine's darkest desire, mini-comic veteran Brien Wayne Powell offers an exclusive Magnet Man strip, up-and-comer Jason Viola presents "Shorty Caboo," grade school legal consultant, Nick Marino and Pete Borrebach collaborate on a fatal adventure to the Panama Canal, Lydia Conklin provides two gag strips and Canadian artist Patrick Morgan's two comics feature Blobby, who's kind of like the Blob, only funnier. Could this be the funniest issue yet? Cover by British manga artist Naniiebim.

Just $1.50 shipped or trade. Visit www.candyormedicine.com to order.

Introvert #6 is a 1/4 sized perzine 32 pages long. It is text heavy and covers the topic of losing my 4 month old nephew to SIDS. It deals with death, grieving, and healing.

If you are interested in reading Introvert #6 there are a couple ways to obtain a copy:

- Wait for my distro http://www.clickclackdistro.com to open, it should be just a couple of weeks.

- Pay Pal $1.75 USA or $2.25 world to nicole.introvert@gmail.com

- Send $1.50 or equivalent in stamps to Nicole Introvert P.O. Box 35501 Richmond, VA 23235 USA

- Prearrange an equivalent trade. - nicole.introvert@gmail.com



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