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PILTDOWNLAD #4

Contents:

Today I Started Slogging Again - Can truth and fiction coexist in the perzine?
The Nasty Oh-Dear - A true narrative
2012 LA Zine Fest - What and who I sat at the Los Angeles Zine Fest
What's In A Name? - Origins of the name "piltdownlad" and the impact of Dischord Records
The Zines I Read - Zine reviews

4.25x7 . 40pp.

Trades preferred! 

Kelly Dessaint

PO BOX 86714

LA, CA 90086

www.kellydessaint.com/piltdownlad

this is the sobriety issue.

i recently reached two years sober & felt it was time to share my story of alcoholism & my recovery. this is the story of how i hit rock bottom & how i got (am getting) better. it may be triggering or it may be comforting, probably both. 

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from sub rosa #7:
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I laid in my bed and stared at my wrists trying to ignore the pounding in my head and ache in my belly that was telling me it was time to start drinking. I laid in what was actually a bed in the spare room of my mother's house that I called my own after being kicked out of my apartment almost a year before. I laid there and thought about how my mom and my sisters were on the other side of that door and how they had been woken up at three am by the police all because I had once again got black out drunk.

I had gone to my local dive bar for trivia and whiskey, a weekly routine (the trivia part, the whiskey part was a daily routine). I’m not sure what happened that night but it involved me drinking way too much and instead of trying to find a place to sleep I crossed Main St. and waited for a bus. But the bus never came or maybe it did, I don’t know. I was passed out drunk in the gutter of my postcard perfect town until about three am when I was awoken by cops. My memory is so hazy. I know they asked me what I was doing and I know I said “waiting for the bus” because I remember her saying “it’s three, there is no bus” and I remember being handcuffed and helped into the back of the police car. Then nothing until I woke up handcuffed to the wall in the holding cell. The cop was asking me if there was someone she could call and I told her “no”. There wasn’t. All my friends were probably drunk. She took my phone, scrolled through it and dialed “Mom”.

this zine is 1/4 size & 32p

available for a suggested price of $4ppd (if you can't afford that please let me know & if you can afford more please feel free to send more) via paypal to tarynhipp@gmail.com 

or on etsy https://www.etsy.com/listing/102755835/sub-rosa-zine-7

Issue three is the newest issue of Cadillac Girl zine. It is about how my life has changed in the past six years since the last time I published Cadillac Girl; being a mother, a wife, and finding myself again. My zine includes writing and artwork from outside contributors/fans/readers. I should be hitting the copier up on Thursday so I can get some copies out. I also submitted it to a few distros, so hopefully it will get picked up. Check out the website http://cadillacgirlzine.webs.com

This latest zine is a nice improvement over the previous three issues I have done.  I've taken the lessons I learned over the years, and have added pages, printed it on quality paper, and it is now in full color.  Each one is printed with care, by me, in my studio.

The quick details:
-22 pages, quarter sized, full-color, staple-bound, art zine (mostly drawings, some text)

The issue:
This issue focuses on my sketchbooks.  It includes drawings, paintings, quotes, and thoughts that I have collected in many sketchbooks over many years. Instead of being about my finished artwork, this zine is about the body of work that quietly supports my final posters and cartoons.

Right here on Etsy.

(or see the postal option in the photo)

Just a Bit Radical -- Issue One

Just a Bit Radical is an LGBTQ* magazine by the people, for the people. It touches on topics such as bullying prevention, LGBT youth initiatives, and more.

 

The first issue is available for sale, and there’s so much awesome stuff in it…Interviews from Project: OUTThe L ProjectA Note to My Kid,VoltaireArt of TranslinessPink Triangle TheatreJeremiah’s Hope for Kindness…the list goes on. Check it out and grab a copy! Thank you to EVERYONE that helped with this. We wouldn’t be here without you!

Buy it at: Magcloud!

I just finished this for the 24 hour zine thing. Feel free to contact me for trade. 24 pages of hand written, lightly illustrated perzine. Train of conscious thoughts on zines, getting older without getting old, feminism, hand lettering, and what I am currently listening to as an exercise playlist.

i created 22 zines between the ages of 17 and 19. That last one was put out 16 years ago. I'm back to making zines now and am totally loving getting back into the swing of it. This is the first one I've created since all those years ago. It's a coloring zine that I drew and journaled about my road trip to Florida to drop my daughter off at camp. My zine series is called "Welcome to my Life" and it will chronicle the every day aspects of living as a wife, mother, artist, and full time college student with 2 crazy kids, a crazy husband, 3 crazy dogs and 2 crazy cats. 

My first zine is available here: http://www.etsy.com/listing/103716360/zine-east-coast-road-trip-nar...

I realized my daughter took my colored pencils with her to camp for 6 weeks and I'm so excited that I got new pencils today so I can color in my own zine. 

Zine: East Coast Road Trip Narrative & Coloring Zine - Welcome to my Life Series Issue 1

Zine: East Coast Road Trip Narrative & Coloring Zine - Welcome to my Life Series Issue 1

canberra AUSTRALIA zinestArs: nat ('pony for now - the canberra chronicles') & chiara ('rhetorical') are wanting to share the zine love and are inviting you - YES YOU - to the initial monthly/bimonthly canberra zinestAr meetup at
Smiths Alternative Bookshop, 76 Alinga Street Canberra ACT 2601. SATURDAY 21st JULY. 12:30PM

a monthly/bimonthly coffee catch up to discuss recent zine
makes/purchases/ ideas... let's talk fanzines, politics, music, grrlll riot, art, comics, perzines, social theory... zine topics are endless.....

an open event to anyone - zinemaker or not - there is more to technology than blogs, logs and microbits..... come along and get crazy with the gluestick!

 

we've a fb page - so spread the zine love:

http://www.facebook.com/events/334161409999774/

 

Finally, Here. In My Head #10: The University Years, is out now!

£1.20 UK / $2.00 International

It’s 40 pages, half-sized, with a thick paper cover tied together with a pretty ribbon (the ribbons are all different colours; if you have a preference, let me know and I’ll send you one in that colour)!

Inside, I write about living away from home, academia, making friends, the Student’s Union, and graduation.  It’s mostly a collection of stories about my experiences, but there’s also some practical advice for students and would-be students, and lots of lists.  

Info on how to buy or trade a copy can be found at http://blatantblithe.wordpress.com/2012/07/07/here-in-my-head-10-no....

The Fury #20 is out.

Half-sized. 40 pages of Thoughts and Stories.

Cost $1

Throw a dollar in an envelope to:

Mark Novotny

5413 6th ave

Countryside, IL

60525

TheFuryZine@hotmail.com

Vegan Spa Day: recipes that are for the body without harming the planets and animals!

https://www.etsy.com/listing/105026169/vegan-spa-day-diy-beauty-zine

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