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Two recent issues from Electric Windmill! We've been a bit MIA on WeMakeZines the past couple months as we'd been living out of our car in San Francisco, but we've been up to a whole lot since then (check out the intro in Issue #3 for awesome stories!) and we now have more consistent internet access as to be able to share all of this with all of you.

Electric Windmill is an independent book publisher and monthly literary-arts publication. We've nothing to do with windmills or electricity in a literal sense, but we do hope to generate a self-empowering community where artists and thinkers of different, but equally important mediums and ideologies can co-exist.

This isn't about the avant-garde, or the underground, or promoting one specific type of literary expression. People are more important than art. This is about people. Their stories. Their suffering. Their ideas about the world.

Issue No. 002 (released the end of August) offers Stories/fiction, articles, poems, visual art, and photography.  

 

30 pages / 20 pieces
from 12 contributors

 

USA (includes Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico & Guam): $3.75
Canada & Mexico: $4.92
World: $5.66
All prices include postage!

 

To order, go to:

http://electricwindmillpress.com/2.html
Also on that page, feel free to view the issue as a PDF for free!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Issue No. 003 is a double issue (for September/October) which offers: Poems, Stories, Articles, Photographs, and a Travel Memoir.

50 pages / 17 pieces
from 12 contributors

USA (includes Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico & Guam): $4.75
Canada & Mexico: $5.92
World: $6.66
All prices include postage!

 

To order, go to:

http://electricwindmillpress.com/3.html
Also on that page, feel free to view the issue as a PDF for free!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Also, we're releasing our first full-length book this Thursday 11/24!
Electric Windmill Book No. 001: Don't Bury Me in New Jersey by Brian Le Lay

More information here: http://electricwindmillpress.com/dbminj.html

 

To learn more about us:

http://electricwindmillpress.com/faq.html

 

-Jess

Available now!!!

Stranger Two Stranger Volume 2

The second volume of my mini comic comprised of 14 illustrations and stories of real Craigslist missed connections from the cities of Detroit, Chicago, New York and San Francisco.

You can purchase it here.

Also all orders will receive a special bonus gift!

If you enjoy reading tales of people's real life missed connections, or think they are funny, sweet, or downright strange, I think you would enjoy this comic.

Read reviews for Volume 1 at the optical sloth and sdd zine

 

Paper Radio #8 - 30 page 3/4 sized zine about radio & media

In this issue: Matthew Lasar, Kevin Carey, Yoga Records and fiction by William Jackson.

$3 paypal to: singinggrove@conknet.com or cash to: DJ Frederick 36 West Main Street Warner NH 03278

Happy holidays!

The second issue of Crime Unlimited Inc. Co. has flown the coop and is now available FINALLY. I started work on it back in August which is very apparent by the cover. I really need to stop putting dates on these books so people don't notice how much I procrastinate. This was a real challenge for me but I am proud of the final product and I hope you do too.

http://www.etsy.com/listing/86931703/crime-unlimited-inc-co-2


This a split zine I did with my friend tOM.

 

It’s a split zine about each other’s lives. Adrian is 15 and just started high school.  Tom is 28 and has high school in his past. Adrian’s side is about his life at the moment in a small town and looks to the future. Tom looks back at his past growing up in small town and recounts his experiences.

You can get it here.

Adrian Glickman

501 Madrone Canyon Dr.

Dripping Springs,Texas 78620

 

 

Also you can get some of tOM's zines here

http://zombiesoybot.com/index.html

Issue #3 of Thrice is now available. Free download to your computer, or Kindle or as a pdf. Hard copy is $ though we see none of that.

 

http://thricefiction.com/

 

Also, contact bob@thricefiction.com for guidelines. Issue 4, due in March, will be without our usual theme approach. We open it up to the writers. Take a look & thanks.

Just finished my first issue of Superstructure- a film theory fanzine. Contact me for a copy!

Hello Erik

There will be a review on my blog in about 24 hours from now.

www.zinereviews.blogspot.com 


Erik Guttman said:

Drastic Frivol 1) Travel is 46 pages of stories and ruminations on diverse travel experiences and difficult return. There's also an essay on the German notion of Fernweh. The interior art was mainly clipped from 19th century geography books. 

It is available for USD $2 or €1.50 plus postage and can be sent either from the US or Germany. Contact me at erik@spybeam.org if you'd like a copy.

i have a new zine, and it's called nostalgia bombs (or, wild tigers i used to know: number two).  i've enclosed all of the pertinent information in this handy-dandy space-saving link.

Dear Readers, The new issue of Musea #182 is out and about. The hard copy is available at all the usual suspects , or read it online, or send me a SASE. Here's a preview and intro to the issue. Don't miss the art work at the end of this message! Both are at http://www.musea.us/

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Happy Holidays Readers! ! Here is our annual Musea Christmas Story. Take a rest from your busy schedule and find out about SENLIN, the greatest dancer in history. Musea hopes these holidays KEEP YOU DANCING till 2012 - Tom.

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Senlin wrote in her diary " What WOULD happen? Later she wrote, "What WILL happen?" We all know who SENLIN is... Strange of me to start off my short story with a first line so obvious. It's like saying we all know that 1+2=3. Why even state the equation? It's like taking a paragraph to describe doves as being white, or crows as being black; summer as being hot, winter as being full of chills. My critics are already sharpening their pencils to write lines like "He states the obvious to try to draw readers in - an amateur writer's trick." And I hear even my fondest reader say, "We breathe, Senlin dances, we know! Now start your story! " I've written about her , the greatest of all our dancers, before...

"SANTA, Our favorite elf!" This is my art work / Christmas Card for this year. http://www.musea.us/

Have just printed out copies of the Christmas edition of my quarterly, Badger's Dozen. Here is a portrait of its editor, Badger:

 

Yes, that is a pipe in his hand. Badger likes his Baccy.

It's got work by Elizabeth Tan, Robert Conlon, the ever-mysterious St John Nottlesby, Nebsy, and even a recipe by Mrs Isabella Beeton. There's a poem by old SF fanziner John Bangsund (he published a  lot of the original Melbourne SF fanzines and all of the people I know in the Melbourne Sf community speak of him in tones of utter reverence.) And plenty of other ace poems by some brilliant Melbourne poets. And a chest of drawers.

 

At three bucks I reckon it's a pretty good price, but then, I'm biased. Hit me up at timhtrain at yahoo.com.au if you want a copy.

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