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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 firstname.lastname@example.org if you'd like a copy.
The new issue of Musea #181, is now out at the regular places, and in your mail if you requested it or are on the mailing list.
This issue is a collection of smart alecky sayings, mixed with a goodly amount of pithy points, and barbed banter; from Musea's Editor, Art S Revolutionary (me).
I look...and look again
SAYINGS OF EDITOR ART - part twoClick to here then click on the latest Musea issue #181http://www.musea.us/newdex.html
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)http://www.Myspace.com/Musead (Myspace Page, New Friends welcome)http://www.youtube.com/TomHendricksMusea (Youtube Page, features all my 60 videos)http://musea.wordpress.com/2008/12/10/100-plus-best-music-from-yout... BIG LIST (Big World Music List, best and first worldwide new music list.) http://wp.me/p5S9X-36
Printaissance #4 : The Fall of the American Empire is new available!
The fourth issue is a socio-political lit zine which uses historical accounts, modern day headlines, poetry, angry hippie insights and more to compile this ranty look at the parallels in the fall of Rome and the looming fall of the 'American' Empire. It is titled The Fall of the American Empire as a foreshadowing, and foreboding, hint at this possible future that it seems the United States is barreling towards. This issue is certainly an opinionated romp through the darker side of our country and is not for the faint of heart.
Issue 4 (41 half page pages / available for trade)
These are the two zines I created this year.They were each released already but have been repackaged and reprinted.
A tiny zine that reads like a snapshot. 1/12 legal sized (3"x4") 28 page mini zine, A single story wrapped in photocopier art. This zine takes place in an elevator between a 9th floor divorce lawyer and the ground and a bike ride home. It explores disappointments and the human inability to consider endings.
"We rode 9 stories down in silence like shedding 9,000 stories of our own"
1/6th legal (4.25" square) 28 pages with color covers and color fold outs. This is my 24 hour zine for 2011. It was created in 24 hours at the Independent Publishing Resource Center. The theme was to answer the question "what do you do?" I explored the fact that most people want to know how you make money. I have a sort of strange income to some people so this will answer the question. I also talk about the cats that live in my house and how I have learned to love cats, even though I always thought I was a dog person. I also answer the question "how long have you and Paul been together?" in a fold out time line that includes color photos of us from years past.
This was originally sent to the people who sponsored me in the 24 hour zine challenge. also made 50 copies to trade at the Portland Zine Symposium. After the sleep deprivation of creating a 24 hour zine I wasn't sure if wanted it to be an issue of Brainscan. I decided to go for it and after a bit of tweaking and reformatting I'm re-releasing it as Brainscan 28.
Paypal $4 to alex(AT)smallworldbuttons(DOT)com
You can send $4 to:
5307 N Minnesota Ave.
Portland, Oregon 97217
I will also be at the Richmond Zine Fest in October if you wanna pick on up there.
Syndicate Product 20 / The Meta-Comics Issue
44pg / Digest / $4 US
In this Meta-Comics issue, contributors write and draw about what goes into making their comics, why they read comics, creating comics as a form of therapy, trying to adapt favorite novels into comics, favorite creators and long lost characters and imprints, memories of first comic books and dusty comic book stores, some favorite writers and artists, comics used as comfort during childhood (and adulthood), and finally reading those “racy” comics that they peeped at as a teen but never actually purchased. There are a few first-time Syndicate Product contributors in this issue: Alisa Harris, William Brian MacLean, and Dan Shoemaker. You’ll recognize many regulars as well: JB Winter, Delaine Derry Green, Andrew Wales, Andrew Coltrin, Mike Faloon, Davida Gypsy Breier, Jen McCleary, Ken Bausert, Sean Stewart, Eric Lyden, Steve Bojanowksi, and Juleigh Howard-Hobson.
Inaddition to the Meta-Comics issue (above), I also completed the Q3 2011 consumption log! 24 pages, 1/4 legal vertical, only $1! Order it from my Etsy Shop!
I've just released my first zine...please take a look at it on
Welcome to issue 1 and 2 of my 3 part, FREE, zine release. ‘Screw Your Zine’ spawned from my encounter with a zine-maker that turned in to playground politics. The theme develops and extends through all three issues.
***PLEASE NOTE THAT THE TITLE IS IN RESPONSE TO THE ACTS OF AN INDIVIDUAL - I DO NOT WISH TO SCREW ANYONE ELSE'S ZINE***
If you would like a free copy of both issues please send an A4 or A5 stamped addressed envelope to 15 John Pritchard House, Buxton Street, London, E1 5AS
New Zine Temporal Grace #1 out featuring A part of the BDSM story Pushing Pixel. Also has Cthulhu Knows Best Comix!
Check it out in my Etsy shop: http://www.etsy.com/shop/DirtyGeisha?section_id=10625487
I didn't know where else to put this, but, I am on a radio show. right now!