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zine #2 for my 2011 output is done; it's a one-shot called wild tigers i used to know.

nostalgia has long been claimed as my favorite wasting disease; it's been a catalyst for many of the zines i tend to write. wild tigers i used to know is just another one of those zines, a one-shot of yet more stories about people from my past - and not rose-colored warm-fuzzy feel-good stories, either. the three tales in this zine are all gritty and tangled and difficult, so there's a trigger warningfor mentions of things like suicidal ideation, drug & alcohol use/abuse, and breakdowns of both the mental and relationship sort. two of the three stories i've been carrying around for eight years or more, and it's well past time to let them go.

an excerpt: "i barricaded myself in your bathroom to take a series of self-portraits on my cell phone camera. [...] i’m wearing that ridiculous black leather jacket, and i look glassy-eyed and tired and miserable and washed out against the backdrop of seafoam-green tile walls of your bathroom. you’re in some of them, too, smiling and laughing, but only because you’re already high as a fucking kite. i only seem to remember you smiling when you were under the influence of some substance or other."

wild tigers
 ... is 20 quarter letter pages full of text with a white vellum cover and pink ribbon binding.  a copy can be yours for a mere $1.50 stateside or $2.50 elsewhere in the world. i'm also up for trades, and distro consideration copies are available on request.

ordering info is as follows:
paypal to vespiaries at gmail dot com; well-concealed cash can be mailed to Rae Logios//p.o. box 8023//omaha, ne 68108-0023//usa.

ps - this zine and two others i have currently in print are available at etsy, too.



The second issue of my new zine Printaissance: A Renaissance of Print is ready to ship! It is a per/lit zine mixing personal anecdotes, original poetry, and some ranty socio-political commentary and myth busting to bring this new issue to life. It is titled 56 Herbs and is focused on that favorite gateway drug of choice for millions of people across the globe, Marijuana!


Issue 2 (28 half page pages /$3 or trade)

Centrefold sneak peak:

I finally have a new issue out after six long years and I just got my first review, which should tell you something about the zine's content. More free content on my web site at http://www.negcap.com. Here's the review, "A perzine by Jøsh Saitz that looks like a magazine; full size, slick cover, with professional quality graphics and layout. His prose is pristine, measured and precise. He writes very well when speaking in his own voice. His strong suit, aside from his design and publishing skills, is his clarity and honesty. Any idiot can rant, but those who can rant well are rare. Jøsh presents himself as a contemptuous asshole, but what I see is someone who is intelligent, articulate, opinionated, outspoken, self-absorbed, painfully honest, has a sick, irreverent sense of humor, and who does not suffer fools gracefully. I can't help but admire the guy, and you get a ridiculous amount of zine for your buck.” - Syndicated Zine Reviews"

68 full-size, ad-free pages with cardstock covers and a 16-page color supplement in the center, all offset printed. It looks like a nice glossy magazine, only with pictures of wieners and a lot of swear words. Send $5 cash, MO or very good trade to Josh Saitz, P.O. Box 12, New York, NY 10021.

Drunkenwerewolf Issue 16 out now!


Following our successful design relaunch at the beginning of the year, Issue 16's front cover sports an amazing illustration of Jeffrey Lewis by Anneke Koster. Anneke's contributed to, helped with and encouraged DrunkenWerewolf from the very beginning; it's about time we gave her a big round of applause for her efforts! HERE, HERE.

In terms of content, we caught up with the anti-folk icon preceding his recent Bristol gig with Peter Stampfel. In a brief but enthralling interview Lewis talks about performing with his idol and digitalising his comic books. Elsewhere we chat to Birmingham favourites Johnny Foreigner, folk darlings Jonny Kearney and Lucy Farrell and the extremely talented Rose Dagul of Rhosyn. Representing noise makers everywhere, we have an overdue talk with The Hysterical Injury, and True Womanhood explain exactly how they've recorded a song in a sewer. Finally Elton Townend-Jones continues his journey into the depths of his DVD collection, and Matt Finney discusses the importance of Raymond Carver. As though we needed telling!

If you live in Britain, all of the above can be yours for a measly £2. Don't worry if you live abroad - we'll send it to you for £3. Click here - http://drunkenwerewolf.livejournal.com/173911.html - to get a copy!

Thrice Fiction is now available.

Download free or purchase online.


John M. Bennett, Jack Foley, Vahid Jimenez. Stunning artwork. Much more.

Shards of My Reality is my first ever perzine, and I thought I would kick it off with a Hello to the Zine Scene at large. :)
It includes some of my artwork, comics, some information about me and who I am, ect. ect. including a SUPRISE ENDING (I say suprise, because something exciting happened while I was still working on this zine that was a suprise to me, and I end off the zine by mentioning what "it" was :D)

Future issues of Shards of My Reality will be less scattered and more serious subject matter, but I thought Id just introduce myself first, so here you go.


24 pages, half sized.

3.00$ or trade

Available for sale on ArtFire

Little Grrrl Lost & Found Issue No. 9 now available for trade and purchase!



This issue of Little Grrrl Lost & Found is a step in a new direction for me. It is more of a perzine focused on self-reflecting and discovering myself.

This is a 1/4 size zine and is printed in black and white and color.

This zine is dedicated to the many women out there who have ever struggled to find themselves; who have ever fought to be heard; who have ever been told they were not good enough.

I have undergone many changes in my life and faced many battles, all of which have made me stronger...all of which have pushed me to my limits and made me find my inner-voice and strength.

I find myself now on a new journey...but before I begin my journey I want to share what I have learned with you, my readers.

This zine is special to my heart and I hope that it inspires you like it has inspired me.
For trade please message me through this site....for purchase please visit my etsy shop at www.blambert1.etsy.com
Thanks for the support <3
Well, we've released two issues of The Climbing Zine, focused primarily on rock climbing, and the life that surrounds it.

Here is a link to our most recent issue:

Musea Issue #179 (Feb/Mar/Apri, The FASHION ISSUE is out on print AND on the Musea website*. Not only does the cover have a wonderful starlet photo of a real beauty (she is a fashion plate - what a dish!), but the inside has over 40 fashion drawings with all kinds of new fashion ideas.  Check it out and dress appropriately! Send an SASE to me for a free copy.* Sorry but only the print version has the illustrations.
Tom Hendricks (editor of the 18 year old zine Musea)
http://www.Musea.us ZINE, Named one of the best ZINES by UTNE magazine. Featured on ROCKETBOOM)http://www.Hunkasaurus.com MUSIC, 5 full CD's of free Post-Bands Music)http://www.Musea.wordpress.com BLOG for Musea, Art Contests, Weekly E-mail Messages)

Harley R. Pageot said:
Why I Don't Eat Meat is a new compzine featuring interviews with pescetarians, vegetarians, and vegans.

Edited by myself. Featuring 21 different contributors ranging in age from 16 to 51, living across the globe, including Dave Roche, Laura-Marie Taylor, Charlotte Lee, Persephone Pomegranate, Billy The Bunny, Dan Copulsky, Devin B. Payne, Devon Regular, James N. Dawson, and others.

40 pages. Purposefully written in a conversational, non-judgmental tone.


hey harley, you have any more of these? love to get some for my distro - maybe shoot me an email if you can - deadtreesanddye@hotmail.com

recinerated #2 is ready to head out into the world!


issue #2 of recinerated picks up where the first one left off, a continued collection of my reflections on everyday life, work, and other assorted mundanities and existential semi-crises.  stories for this issue include: a roof's collapse, a district manager's interrogation, a self-proclaimed psychic's rather laughable analysis of my character, firsthand observations on omaha's indie scene, a few different flavors of misanthropy, and plenty more.

an excerpt:  "i've been trying to combat this urge, though - an instinct to give in to laziness, apathy, and inertia.  i quit doing things i used to love over the last few years, and i've really regretted it.  all the wasted time spent sitting at home with my cats doesn't really qualify as 'living life to the fullest.'"

recinerated #2 is 36 quarter legal pages full of text set against an arty cut/paste-style background.  copies can be obtained for $2 apiece in the u.s., or $3 anywhere else in the world, shipping included.  trades are fantastic, and distro consideration copies are available on request.
ordering info is as follows:
paypal to vespiaries at gmail dot com; well-concealed cash can be mailed to Rae Logios//p.o. box 8023//omaha, ne 68108-0023//usa.

Little Grrrl Lost & Found Issue No. 10 is now available for purchase and trade.

This is a 1/4 size black and white zine; classic cut and past style; 40 pages in lenghth.
If interested in trading please just send me a message. If you would like to purchase my zine you may do so through my etsy shop (www.blambert1.etsy.com)

Included in this zine:

A list of the perpetual drama in my life that I have managed to overcome.

A breakdown of all of the important things in life I am learning.

Lyrics to a Heavens to Betsy song that perfectly describes my f*cked up relationships.

A touch of love.

A reflection of where I have been and where I am going.

A shout out to women of rock.



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