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HEALTH FEUD #1
A comix zine with two big stories and extra strips inside.
$ 4 : 40 pages B+W with linocut print cover, limited edition of 50.
you can get them at my online shop here (http://healthfeud.bigcartel.com/)
you can read a sample of the comics inside here (http://healthfeud.tumblr.com/post/31122866293/health-feud-1-40-page...)
you can get an ink sketch in the inside cover for just $1 extra, like this:
I have a bunch of copies of a new one-shot zine called Small Is Beautiful, an eight-page, single-sheet zine with prompts and inspiration for writers. Basically this is a little zine with some fun, accessible ideas for overcoming writer's block. It might give you an idea (or two or three) for a short poem or the start of a story or who knows what else...
It's just $1 via PayPal (sent to mandypoet at hotmail dot com) for the zine.
There's a little more info about it in this blog post, too:
https://www.etsy.com/listing/113230202/issue-21-of-rochester-teen-s... Halloween issue of TeenSet hot of da presses
I have many esoteric, metaphysical, mystical, ridiculous, warped zines for sale or trade (some are even a bit funny)
have a look here: http://hissingframes.blogspot.co.uk/ to view all my zines
get in touch for sale or trades: hissingframes AT gmail DOT com
1983 Zine Unearthed!
I just scanned and posted a zine I did THIRTY YEARS AGO!! ACK! I posted a pdf HERE if you want to check it out- "Viva Boheme" was an Iowa City punk zine....
Gordie Page, 28, vanished from his bedroom at a foster care home in Grand Rapids, Michigan on the night of May 27, 1991. Page left no clues as to where he was going or why he left the home. He was not carrying any identification or cash when he left. The case remains unsolved.
This is the true story of Gordon Page, Jr. It is a 10 page mini comic, all in black and white and measures about 7x5 inches. If you like non-fiction comics or comics based on history or real events, you may enjoy this comic.
Here's a snippet of a review from Justin Giampoali of thirteenminutes.blogspot.com:
I enjoyed the story; in the end, a sad one about someone probably just trying to get home to his parents when he disappeared. Details like the baseball cards are chilling in their precision, but also logical given savant tendencies on the autism spectrum. The most disturbing aspect of this for me was that Hendricks captures a time period in the health care system that saw the rise in overmedication coupled with misdiagnosis, a silent epidemic that never really had any regulatory or legal repercussions for health care workers supposedly acting in good faith. Fans of any true crime or “Unsolved Mysteries” style shows are a group I can easily recommend this to, especially at the low risk price of just $1. Grade B+.
Read the full review at poopsheetfoundation.com
To order The Disappearance of Gordon Page, Jr. online directly from me visit strangertwostranger.tumblr.com/purchase or buy from my Etsy store.
The Cenacle | #82 | October 2012
Download link: http://www.scriptorpress.com/cenacle/82.html
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It’s lovely autumn, and here is the October issue of The Cenacle. I am especially proud of this issue, as its mix of prose, fiction, poetry, & images is quite varied & potent. I hope you spend a good length of time enjoying its many fine pieces. And I would especially encourage that you consider contributing to a future issue of the journal.
The contents of this new issue include:
• Poetry by Ric Amante, Judih Haggai, Joe Coleman, Martina Newberry, & Raymond Soulard, Jr.
• New fixtion by Raymond Soulard, Jr.
• From Soulard’s Notebooks commentary
• Notes from New England by Raymond Soulard Jr.
• “Letter to Occupy” by Professor Gordon Fellman
• “Gateway Mexico” travel journal by Nathan Horowitz
• “The Concord Prison Psychedelic Experiment” by Dr. Timothy Leary
• Classic fiction by Jorge Luis Borges
• Photography by Kassandra & Raymond Soulard, Jr.
Feedback is always welcomed—or reply to me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The new issue of Musea is at the usual suspected places, in the mail, and now on my Musea website at http://www.musea.us/xmas2012.html
This year our annual Xmas story is about detective, Leo Mars:
Here is the first paragraphs
Happy Holidays Readers! ! Here is our annual Musea Christmas Story. Take a rest from your busy schedule and find out about the latest case of the detective, Leo Mars. On this, Musea's 20th year, I wish you all a great Christmas season and an even better New Year - Tom.
My name is Leo Mars. I'm a private investigator. I tried to be a cop but couldn't pass the tests. Better for me though. I can charge more and do what I want.
Two things happen when someone hires me. They're desperate and they don't really expect much. It's an easy con to charge a lot and do little. Some other detectives do. But I don't. You'd loose out in the long run. All of us have dry times and if I wasn't very good, I'd be starving in a food line like most detectives these days.
My case came about this way. Mr. Harcourt called me up. He sounded like one of those powerful men, take charge, no nonsense, guys. He didn't want to come down to my office. Wanted me to go up to his home for a check-see. OK. That's fine. So I go to his address up in the hills..... (continued)
(editor of the 20 year old zine Musea)
This is the cover of the Christmas Issue of Musea with our annual holiday story – this year the story is about Leo Mars and a Christmas mystery. (See the full story online at musea.us )
It's a zine! It's called The Summer! It's 32 pages, A5, text and pictures, and the first 35 copies have a lovely red cover and come with a LogPoes button.
It is available for 2 euros + shipping depending on wherever you are (NL 1 euro, EU 2,55 euro, rest of the world 2,85 euro) here in my brand new Etsy shop (which also has a couple of my other zines) or, for the non-Etsy peeps, by emailing me at LogPoes@gmail.com.
Zine trades are also VERY welcome of course!