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Issue 12 of Ice Cream For Quo is out now.

Ice Cream For Quo magazine is a friendly, non-profit-making (OK, loss-making), 40-page, A5 publication.

Issue 12 has musings on first records bought, formative musical experiences, record shops, and so on. There are also record/CD, concert (Peter Hammill, etc), and book reviews (Dylan, Joanna Newsom, NYC music), along with various other amusing bits and bobs. And haikus.

Anyway, more information here: http://www.icecreamforquo.webs.com/
New issue of Mongrel Zine is out now! (#8, May 2010, 96 pages, 6″ x 7.5″)

Buy it at www.mongrelzine.ca


It's another digest-sized flipzine featuring MARK SULTAN, JACUZZI BOYS, SUBHUMANS (Canada), TANDOORI KNIGHTS (King Khan & Bloodshot Bill), THE MIDWEST BEAT, WENDY NORTON (Plexi 3, The Flips), STUDENT TEACHER, THOSE DARLINS, Ottawa’s WHITE WIRES, the KKBBQ Show’s Invisible Girl artist JOHNNY SAMPSON, JAMES T. KIRKS, SONIC AVENUES, a MEIKO KAJI RETROSPECT, and OPEN YOUR MOUTH AND SAY… MR. CHI PIG and BLOODIED BUT UNBOWED DOCUMENTARIES.

Plus MZ VOL. 5, a 24 song CD COMP that kicks off with Mark Sultan’s “Nobody But You (Alternate Take)”, takes a turn for the weird with Spider’s “Boozetown”off their Thriftstore EP, two unreleased Red Mass songs, a rare Subhumans demo from '82, and ends up with a “hidden” unreleased track by Montreal’s Broken Jugs, “Why You Laugh at Me”. Full track list at http://www.mongrelzine.ca/MZVOL5CDCOMP.jpg
Scriptor Press Sampler | 11 | 2009 Annual

Link: http://www.scriptorpress.com/sampler/11_2009.html
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Pleased to announce Scriptor Press Sampler | #11 | 2009 Annual, coming a bit tardy but a good addition to the series. As its introduction indicates, the Sampler’s purpose is to feature the best work—writing, art, photography—published by Scriptor Press in the previous calendar year. 2009 was a particularly fruitful & various one, for new & returning contributors. The contents feature:

• “World’s Window” (excerpts from Peru Ayahuasca Journal) by Christopher Patrick Gose
• New poetry by Joe Ciccone; Ric Amante; Judih Haggai; & myself
• New fiction by Susan Jones; GC Dillon; & myself
• New prose essays by Ralph H. Emerson; & myself.
• Letter by Jim Burke III
• Photos and artwork by Catfishrivers; AbandonView; Victor Vanek; KD & myself

What makes this issue particularly special to me is that I will be carrying copies with me as KD & I move our lives & Scriptor Press from Portland, Oregon to Boston, Massachusetts this summer.

Peace,
Raymond


POTENTIAL MODE. Red Glare, Omnipotent Mandy, Tales of North Cumberland... Issue #3 is now available! 24 pages of comics, stories, and art. $2.00 in person, $3.00 by mail, or $3.40 through Paypal (make sure you put my email as potentialmode@live.com and don't forget to include your address). Contact me for more information. LOVE TRADES!

Oh, and by the way, not suitable for babies.
hey this looks good. nice job.

Louise said:


Issue #3 of my perzine, Tempest in a Tea Cup.

Featuring tales of love, sex, feminism, porn, mental health and much more!
Printed in black and white, my half size zine is full of old vintage advert backgrounds and printed text.

Have a zine to trade? Just message me and I'll more than likely be happy to trade with you.
Or you can buy a copy of my zines from my etsy.


The second issue of my zine, The Alchemical Postmodern Theorist, is now available. It is a full-size, paste up black and white zine with a block printed logo on the cover.

This issue, "This is What We Call Family," is inspired by my frustration with the narrow-mindedness and glorified assimilation of the gay marriage debate. However, I didn't want to create a zine to bash the gay marriage campaign--after all, gay people's hearts and souls are invested in this fight. So I created a zine about the undefinable, wild, comforting, supportive, revolutionary families we already create, outside of the parameters of the State. I collected stories and articles from friends and contributors across the US about their own experiences of family, love and intimacy. Their words are reports from the love underground. They are about the ways we live our everyday radical lives: imaginatively, courageously, and together.

Buy it: http://www.alchemistscloset.org/apmt.html (scroll down for the current issue!)
I got it in today's mail! I highly recommend it! Alex is a very supportive active zinester.

No Use Crying Over Spilt Ink said:
The first issue of The Postcard Review is now done. There are only a limited number of copies and they are only available to trade. It is Quarter size (one sheet of A3 folded origami style) and features brief reviews of some zines I have read, plus how to get hold of a copy for yourself. TRADE ONLY because it is quite small and then those who trade with a zine will probably get it into the next issue.

If you want a copy just send me a message and we'll work something out.


REGENERATION #7: stories about alcohol abuse and addiction and the fucked up things i've gotten myself into as a result. starts off with a brief history, goes on to stories of being 18 and reckless, then 21 and stupid, a crazy drunken accident, getting a dwi, and the aftermath of it all. 36 pages, half-size. $2 [$3 outside u.s.] cash, stamps, paypal to the email below, or trade. there is more info and photos on my page.

asregeneration@yahoo.com

ashlee swanson
8150 west 30 1/2 street #306
st. louis park, mn 55426
usa
Musea Reader,

The New June/July issue of Musea is out. Here is the intro and an excerpt:
Pick it up at the usual spots in Dallas, or for a zine trade or SASE, or wait and it'll be on the Musea Website soon. If you like plays and the theater, get this issue!

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THESE Works are all Plays!!!
This issue of Musea is a look at excerpts of my original plays. First up are 5 major size plays. That's followed by 5 Playlets. Followed by 4 that are hard to categorize. For each play there is both a summary and then a sample or slice. Theater groups -what are you waiting for? Be the first to PLAY these WORKS!!!

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2. WILLIAM TELL (THE PLAY) . A group of players are acting out Shiller's, William Tell. But is it staged or real when he shoots that arrow? A drama that tests reality. EXCERPT PLEASE (curtains! lights!) The Prologue:
Cast of Schiller's "William Tell" are on stage mulling around just before their curtain comes up. The Author/Player walks on stage and the cast applauds. He bows and quiets them down. Lights on the cast dim. Spotlight on Author/Player.

AUTHOR/PLAYER
I am a player. I play this plays author,
who wrote this piece with a part by Pirandello
and William Tell's playwright, Germany's Schiller
who both though not living, live on in their work.
Celebrated playwrights - talented men,
All 3 of us gifted now ... and back then.

We together present a play in a play,
or should the word 3 times be said:
Audience here's a play's, play's, play,
And the audience not audience but players instead.
"I think therefore I am', no pretending for me
And the players on stage - not staged but REAL! ...

(He does the ending dramatically and slowly. Then sweeps his hand across the cast. Lights come up and the action of the play starts.)

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And for an ending to our "All Works and All Plays" issue, I quote the last lines from "The Wandering Students"

We leave you then with our last couplet rhyme.
If you choose to applaud .... NOW IS THE TIME!

Tom Hendricks
(editor of the 17 year old zine Musea)
Just finished Beauty of Women A-Z

A fun and educational read for all!!

A is for attitude
B is for bodies
C is for courage
D is for desire

Just like the ABC books we read as children, but focused on the beauty of women!

Get yr hands on one for $5.00 at www.blambert1.etsy.com


I've recently finished issue 6 of Cats Teeth. (I haven't got a photo up yet but it's quartersize and full of dark imagery). It's called 'Without Dead Time' taken from the quote "live without dead time, indulge untrammeled desire" . This issue is all about communication and a sense of urgency, the fear that we don't really know people but only know their personas, that we all put up defences, and that consciousness is isolated behind a physical wall, it contains unsent confessions to friends, lots of quotes, it mentions drug abuse and feeling disconnected from yourself, and the sinister underbelly of life versus the everyday facade!

I mainly deal with trades (not strictly limited to zines), if you're interested email me: wintermuse@gmail.com

xxx


Not Lonely #3 is now available!

Issue 3 is about the fine line between fact and fiction, not throwing things away, being pestered by dodgy men on public transport, (somewhat comically) failing at interviews, insomnia, the reality check of life after university and alternative menstrual products. It's part-handwritten, part-typed and made in a cut-and-paste style with lots of pretty backgrounds and vintage images.

I love trades! Or the price is £1 UK / £1.50 Europe / £2 Elsewhere. Please contact me via my page on here or email not_lonely_zineATyahoo.co.uk if you'd like a copy.

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