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new issue of fluke fanzine, available here: http://bit.ly/K6c358

Dear Readers,

THE NEW ISSUE OF MUSEA, THE DICTIONARY OF SMALL IDEAS issue, is now out!
Some of you have already gotten the hard copies of it, carried at the stores of the usual suspects. If you have not, Webmaster Matthew has posted it on the Musea Website at

http://www.musea.us/newdex.html

Click on the #184 May/June/July Musea Issue*

The Issue may be a one of a kind one. I don't know of anyone who has suggested so many new ideas in so many fields. Here's a sample - the letter "D". See what you think.

D
DALLAS, ART CENTER TO THE WORLD Could this relatively new city in Texas, become the center of the art world? It's got the perfect southern US location, it's a city that is old and big enough to handle it; yet, new enough to be flexible to that future; and, Musea is here and working toward that goal!
DOT'S PLAYHOUSE Toy-filled Victorian Mansion, that's part playhouse, part museum, and open to ALL kids. Filled with lots of special rooms full of toys for girls and boys.
DRUG WARS America, buy all the cocaine and heroin crops directly from the farmers at their lowest price. Then you control the entire crop and reduce illegal drug traffic dramatically.

Check out all the letters, or any back issue of Musea for that matter, and let me know what you think.

Best wishes, Tom
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*It is also at the usual places in town including The Inwood Theater, Lucky Dog Books (Paperbacks Plus), Half Price Books.
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Tom Hendricks
(editor of the 19 year old zine Musea)

ZINE, Named one of the best ZINES by UTNE magazine. Featured on ROCKETBOOM)
http://www.Musea.us
MUSIC, 5 full CD's of free Post-Bands Music)
http://www.Hunkasaurus.com
BLOG for Musea, Art Contests, Weekly E-mail Messages)
http://www.Musea.wordpress.com

YOUTUBE CHANNEL, features all my 60 videos)
http://www.youtube.com/TomHendricksMusea
BIG MUSIC LIST (200 Song - First Worldwide Best Music List)
http://wp.me/p5S9X-36

BIO:
http://wp.me/p5S9X-eO BIOLOGY HYPOTHESIS
http://www.daviddarling.info/encyclopedia/U/UV_origin_of_life.html (UV paper)
Catabolic and Anabolic evolved, but they did not blend.

The Budget Press Review #5 is my expressive arts therapist's attempt to manage my manic schizophrenia and anxiety disorder. Budget Press is a one man operation, where I get to do whatever I want, but to truly purge the demons in my soul I need a little help from my friends, and they have not disappointed. Bisexual cuckolding. Speed-freaks stealing porn and olive oil. Parental guilt over a dead child. Laughing penguins and bleeding ears. Alice falling down the hole with booze and mushrooms. Loser musician boyfriends. Oral sex on LSD. Fun stuff!! And I can't wait to get all this out to you!!!!

Order your copy of the Budget Press Review #5 today!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RvApxxYALzo

This is the second issue of my poorly-named zine, All Things Are Eagles.  It contains three maybe true stories about travel, commuter trains, friends, love interests, and making out on ratty couches.  Inside is basically all text, so be ready for that.  My friend Shelly describes the first issue as "0% shitty" and only "20% self-indulgent wallowing", which I take as pretty high praise.

Details: May 2012, 20 pages b&w, 5.5" x 8.5", color cover.

Available on my etsy for $1.50:

https://www.etsy.com/listing/100773306/all-things-are-eagles-2?ref=...

PS: Consider checking out the first issue as well!  Trades always welcome!

Hey, Mike, poorly named or not, I'd be willing to trade my latest perzine - Ken Chronicles # 23 -  for it (I could also include my #22 for your first issue as well). 

I'd be interested in trading my perzine, the Ken Chronicles, for yer Sour Puss. My latest, #23, is 24 page/digest size, lots of text & photos about me/home/travel/flea markets/movies/music/books, etc.

Finally getting around to post the announcement of my latest Ken Chronicles (#23, May, 2012). It's a perzine, 24 pages, digest-size, with lots of text & photos about me, home renovation, travel, flea markets, reviews of movies/music/books, etc. Just two-bucks (US/$3 foreign) but always ready to trade for something comparable (let me know what you've got) I prefer perzines/travel/non-fiction.

No Exit #5 (May 2012, Greece)

Interviews: Amebix, Stripmines, Pyroklast, Deathhammer & D-Takt & Råpunk records.

Also included: columns, record & movie reviews, photos.

24 pgs, b/w, photocopied

Language: English

Price: 2 euro/$2.50

Available from No Exit store HERE or Scull Crasher records

For wholesale/distribution/trades or contributions, contact:

nofuturezine[@]gmail.com

Website: http://noexitzine.blogspot.com/

Blackguard #4 (the Fear issue) is finally out, and only seven months late! Late schmate... who cares right? The main thing is it's done and ready for your inspection.

 This issue features a phenomenal cast of creators from Australia, the US and Canada >>> Neale Blanden, Dexter Cockburn, Shaun Craike, Mike Diana, Kayla Escobedo, Jaimie Hashey, Doug Iannucci, JoJo The Dog Faced Boy, Julie, Kapreles (AKA Yves Albrechts), Damian McDonald, Chris Mikul, Brent Moore, Adam Pasion, David Puckeridge, SCAR, Ross Tesoriero, Noah Van Sciver, Glenn Smith, Stratu, Mel Stringer, and Ryan Vella.

 You get loads of comix, a brutal short story, a two page letter column and seven pages of comix and zine reviews, wrapped in a stunning colour cover. 44 pages. Limited edition of 200 hand-numbered copies.

 Yes, you want one.

 For Aussies $6.00 AUSD, Foreigners $10.00 AUSD - PayPal to sstratu [at] gmail.com

My first ever zine ever ever ever! I am a little bit excited about this :D

Available here - this is a handwritten perzine, half size, 16 pages, relatively text heavy with cut and paste details. I talk about art, zines, crossdressing and other things that I like in a way that I hope is interesting and relatable.

New mini issue of Brainscan!

Brainscan Adventure Zine #1 & #2: $1 only available at Portland Button Works and Zine Distro.

2 day of Alex Wrekk's adventures at Coachella helping Zine Works teach the glory of zines to the masses and sleep in the desert. This is two short mini zines about about meeting new friends, getting yelled at for climbing lemon trees, seeing awesome music, and amusing observations about the sights and sounds of Coachella.

Scriptor Press Sampler | 13 | 2011 Annual *Just released*
Download Link: http://www.scriptorpress.com/sampler/13_2011.html
[Size = 2.7 MB]

Hello everyone,

The Sampler has been coming out annually for thirteen years now, distilling the issues of The Cenacle for a given year into one chapbook of highlights. I always like to see the combination of new contributors and frequent contributors, mixed together. And I like the thought of how far this publication might travel online & in print. I intend it will travel even farther & wider this year.

The contents of this new issue include:
•    Poetry by Joe Ciccone, Ric Amante, Tom Sheehan, Zannemarie Lloyd Taylor, Martina Newberry, Judih Haggai, & Raymond Soulard, Jr.
•    Fixtion by Raymond Soulard, Jr.
•    Language essay by Ralph Emerson
•    Letters by Jim Burke III & Raymond Soulard, Jr.
•    Belize Journal by Charlie Beyer
•    Photography by Jeremy Kilar, & by Kassandra & Raymond Soulard, Jr.

Peace,
Raymond

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