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OBSOLETE! #8 is out, and we are sending out free copies! Send me your mailing address and I'll get one out to you. Of course, we always love to trade, too– you can send your stuff to: Obsolete Press, PO Box 72, Victor, IA, 52347.
Feminist compzine Pandora Press #5 is out now! £1 each, buy or trade available. details at http://swanseafeministnetwork.wordpress.com/2013/06/23/pandora-pres... or get in touch with me at pandorapresszine @ gmail.com.
SEEZ Magazine is out, and it's free! Download a copy at http://www.seezmagazine.com or email us and we will friggin' send you a hard-copy in the mail.
SEEZ Magazine, Issue 2 is on route. Should be arriving in a couple of weeks, keep your eyes peeled in the streets of Toronto for the hardest of copies. Or check us at http://www.seezmagazine.com.
Dreams of Donuts #18 is done, and can be purchased for $2 through mail order or from my Etsy shop. This issue is subtitled "I'm Really Sorry", and is all short stories about times when I have done someone in my life harm and my apologies for those times. It's 1/2 letter, 32 pages, all in comic format.
I have a new job.
Celebrate the Fourth on the 3rd with a fifth by poppin' open a keg or three and relaxing with The Last Word! The Last Word has returned after a year-long hiatus. The Last Word was once a free publication, but I have to eat just like you earthlings do, so now I've brung it back and am selling it for a cost of 99 cents. (Cheap!) It's 99 cents for the 99%!
What is The Last Word? That's a question any child may ask you, but it is not a childish question. The new incarnation of The Last Word is a hybrid of a left-wing bulletin, a hilarious comic book, and a collection of personal stories. You'll read it and peep!
The latest edition talks about sorting through old broken toys, Indiana's busted school system, some uproarious poo-poo stories, and more! You can download it here...
And remember, The Last Word is a supporter of the Occupy movement.
Scriptor Press Sampler | 14 | 2012 Annual
Download link: http://www.scriptorpress.com/sampler/14_2012.pdf
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The Sampler has been coming out annually for fourteen years now, distilling the issues of The Cenacle for the previous year into one chapbook of highlights. This year we were lucky enough to debut the new issue at the OutLoud Open Mike on 5/22/2013 in Melrose, Massachusetts, with readings by contributors, & many copies gifted out.
The contents of this new issue include:
• Poetry by Joe Ciccone, Ric Amante, Zannemarie Lloyd Taylor, Martina Newberry, Judih Haggai, Joe Coleman, & Raymond Soulard, Jr.
• New fiction by Tom Sheehan
• New fixtion by Raymond Soulard, Jr.
• Letters by Gordon Fellman & Raymond Soulard, Jr.
• Travel Journals by Nathan Horowitz, Charlie Beyer, & Jonathan TALAT Phillips
• Graphic artwork by Joe Coleman, Jeremy Kilar, & by Kassandra & Raymond Soulard, Jr.
The Cenacle | 85 | June 2013
Download link: http://www.scriptorpress.com/cenacle/85_june_2013.pdf
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Cenacle | 85 | June 2013 features, among the great writing & artwork, Manifest Project III, which is the follow-up to Manifest Project I (Cenacle | 65 | June 2008) & Manifest Project II (Cenacle | 72 | April 2010). Each participant was given a piece of chalk & disposable camera, & was told to “manifest yourself.” This issue contains the results.
The new issue’s contents in full include:
My first issue of Suburban-Nightmare, A Manifesto for Youth! is finally available! This zine is about 20 pages long, includes art, photography, prose, angry feminist rantings, mixed tapes and more. Please visit my page if you're interested in trading.
I have a new zine available for trade or $1!
Pieces #8.5 / The Flip Side
Perzine 1/4 size : 34 pages
This is a split zine I did with my mother for the 24-hour Zine Thing. Zines have been a way for me to communicate with her some difficult things about myself, and I wanted her to share this medium of expression with her. I was delighted when she accepted! This is a lighthearted zine filled with stories about the library, transient pets, a recipe, favorite numbers, quotes, and blackout poetry.