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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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trashy net art, prime aesthetic, AN ARTICLE ON DONALD TRUMP (WE REALLY INTERVIEWED HIM maybe), postinternet humor, consumers beware, hexes contained, trashy harpy witch collective, vapor-whaaaa?, dankest memes, and drag queens.


The Coquette Gazette has been around in some form since the invention of the written word. Early Mesopotamian ziggurats have some early issues engraved inside the forgotten tombs, alongside the family names of their buried lords. In Europe, the Coquette Gazette was primarily responsible for the entire nation of England becoming protestant, and for the French revolution. Out east, Japan opened its borders for the sole reason of importing Coquette Gazette issues, but opened itself up to everything else in the process. World War Two was fought over a fashion piece that divided the world into two camps. In short, the Coquette Gazette has been nothing but foundational for the human experience. In its modern form, it’s overseen by a hidden council of immortal blood witches, who appoint a rotating series of editors who fight to the death for their positions. 


My friends and I were excited to collaborate on a "weird internet" zine and we hope you enjoy the publication. This was our first attempt at doing anything like this, and it was so rewarding to work on. I'm excited to connect with other zinesters and share ideas/stories/publications. Any and all feedback would be much desired, and pass the link along to anyone who might enjoy the vibez.

Looking forward to reading your online zine... thanks! Will offer feedback when I'm through with it. Would you like a PDF copy of one of my Ken Chronicles? Let me know where to send it.

In a time all the information about hardcore seems to be reduced to ones and zeros, fanzines have been pushed to the background. In order to prevent all this information to go lost when a couple of servers crash, Twisted Wrongs & Crooked Rights is back with a third printed issue.

This is what we have in store: we had a chat with Dave Dictor of the American hardcore veterans MDC, about what was so cool about the romantic era when hardcore started, but also popped the bubble about the less cooler stuff. Check it out! We have talked to the German metal collective The Ocean, who have been showing their own interpretation of inventive metal music. We spoke with the Canadian band Cursed, only weeks before they were robbed on tour and decided to split up. Reign Supreme and Cruel Hand are two bands representing the heavy sound in hardcore today, both of them coming from a background of well-known bands (Blacklisted and Outbreak). This issue has two Dutch bands in store for you. There is a group of young kids bringing new life to the hardcore punk in Amsterdam and we had a chat with two main figures, who both play in the bands Gewapend Beton and Sick Mormons. Besides the bands we have a column by Paul from the British Initonit zine and an interview with record collector Joachim Gaertner, who has written a book about now defunct record labels.

The cover was drawn by Aaron Crawford, who has done artwork for Necro, HIMSA and Stick To Your Guns among many others.

Other contents are a photo report of the final Malkovich show, a band graveyard 08 and a whole lotta reviews.

A4, 64 pages
€3 excl. postage (get in touch for wholesale prices)

Tattooed Memoirs 6
$1/16 pages/Half size
by Sage

As my 30th birthday approached I felt as though a cycle of my life came full circle. Inside you will find writing regarding my marriage (the ups & downs), being a mother and finding clarity. I currently feel like I am going through life now with a vision that is clear which makes each day fulfilling. I touch briefly on the sudden death of my step-dad, the recent election and lists about good stuff ~ All of the graphics used in this issue came from the 1975 Wilton Yearbook of Cake Decorating.

Order Info:

Within the US you can send $1 plus 2 stamps or Pay Pal $2 to sweetcandydistro [AT] gmail DOT com
Outside of the US you can Pay Pal $3 to the e-mail above.

Mailing Info:
Sage A.
PO Box 1833
Dallas, GA 30132

I will also have this zine available in my distro’s catalog:

Sweet Candy: http://www. myspace. com/sweetcandymailorder

Or also at my Etsy shop: http://www.sage. etsy. com

I'd like to check out your Tattooed Memoirs; are you into trades?  I could send you one of my recent issues of the Ken Chronicles (described within We Make Zines, numerous places)? If not, I'll order yours for cash.  Whoa... I just noticed this post is 7 years old. If your zine is still available, my offer still stands. -Ken

New issue of Fag Punk available, 12 pages of glorious stories of sex with punks, skinheads and radicals. contact me for info on ordering... about a buck an issue. and I'm also up for trading!
Hi I have just printed Morgenmuffel no 17, its 28 pages plus cover and the usual mix of personal comics, travel tales, gratuitous lists and polemic. So get in touch if you would like a copy, or some for distro, or for trade!
oh man everyone puts up a picture apart from me.
I just put out a mini-zine that started out as a letter to someone I didn't really know. Now I don't really know what it is anymore.

Girl Photographer 3 Finished at last!

girl photographer three.
quarter sized.
64 full colour glossy pages (this one is a monster!) about running away on a whim, taking control, feeling happysad, modifying a holga to take 35mm film and being haunted by the perfect image.
two pages of welsh content.

£4.50 via paypal
£5.00 internationally
or available at my etsy shop.

Moon Rocks is a Brighton-based hand-made cosmic periodical. No agenda, no adverts, no cost, no colour. Free if you live in Brighton, the price of a stamp if you don't.

Issue #3 has an exclusive interview with ex-KLF frontman Bill Drummond, talking about his recent trip to Sao Paulo and his efforts to make the Brazilians respect No Music Day. Plus art, illustration, fiction, non-fiction and more.

Email moonrocksmagazine@gmail.com to request a copy (or grab one from a pub in the North Laines if in Brighton).

Over and out.

Issue 1 of Portaging in Purgatory. A perzine about dreams, raves, x-boyfriends, veganism, school, and decisions. Purchase on my etsy account:


or contact me via email. I accept paypal or concealed cash. Trades welcome.
Hey dudes, mine and Sarah's split zine Processed Junk/See the Sky issue 1 is out now!

It's got rants, articles and rambles on; Protests, Veganism, Recipes, DIY, Growing Potatoes, Book Reviews, Manchester Zine Fest, Gig Reviews and rubbish Boyfriends. Check it out!

Here's just a pic of the front cover(s) -



It'll be bout 50p, if we could send you a few copies for distros that'd be cool, trades are awesome also as I'd love to get my zine distro a bit more full!

Message me on here, or email juderz@hotmail.com or write to

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