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Just in time for Brooklyn Zinefest, it's the new East Village Inky (now in minicomic format!)
more info: http://ayunhalliday.com/the-east-village-inky/
available on etsy, and uh, anywhere fine zines are sold: https://www.etsy.com/listing/129877853/east-village-inky-issue-no-52
Our second, Spring, issue of Lifewild Quarterly is now available online for FREE at
(Print copies will be available at the Trenton Punk Rock Flea Market in May)
''Heyt be! Fanzine'' ,issue 4 released!
''Heyt be!'' is a timeless published fanzine equipped with humour,collage and illustration by the three Istanbulish artists Deniz Beser, Sedef Karakas and Baris Sinsi.
More info: www.facebook.com/heytbefanzin
A5,24 pages,b-w print. $5.00 for both including postage,e-mail me at
this is issue 4 of Heyt be!.Also we have 1-2-3 issues.İf you interested,you can send just a message.
PILTDOWNLAD # 7 IS OUT NOW:
Piltdownlad is a personal narrative zine. Each issue centers on a true story.
Issue 7 is "The Murky Realm," a biographical sketch of a tragic union with some creative engineering...
My parents never should have gotten married. But even though my father was gay and my mother was chemically imbalanced, this was the 60s, when single men in their forties did not identify as queer and people with personality disorders were rarely diagnosed, much less treated. And marriage was inexorable. The tragedy, of course, is that five children came out of this unhappy coupling. But that's not the point of this story. That comes later. "The Murky Realm" is about how these two people got together, fell apart, came back together, then fell apart again only to get back together again...
The story is pieced together from what we were told growing up, what I remember from my father's various tales and walking a mile in both their shoes as an adult.
The text is typewritten on my Olympia Manual.
The size is 5.5 x 7 and the cover is cardstock with a handwritten title piece glued on.
The first printing is limited to 50 numbered copies.
The page count is 44.
Available for trade or $3 via etsy.
But I prefer trades.
piltdownlad (a) gmail
PO BOX 86714
LA, CA 90086
Grunted Warning 18 out now! News clippings of the bizarre, grotesque, supernatural, religious craziness, and new this issue: Ryan Vella illustrates a couple of stories; and a two-page 'Japan Watch' (eg. 'Businessman suspected of slashing up to 1000 tires in effort to meet women').
12 pages, colour + B&W, A5 [digest size].
Get your copy for $2.00USD, or $1.20 AUS stamps, or trade, or friendly letter.
Stuart Stratu, PO Box 35, Marrickville NSW 2204, AUSTRALIA
New issue of Conspiratorial is out ...I'd love to trade with anyone (the paper version is more fun), but if you'd like to download the PDF you can find it here.
If I have previously sent you a copy of Conspiratorial, you will automatically receive issue #2.
Email me at email@example.com for trades.
I have my first zine hot off the copier and ready for readin'! Life is a Shitty Ponytail is a 16 page 1/4 sized zine about how cool it is to be a pedestrian. It includes some of my favourite local places to walk. Also, it includes a Nostalgia Playlist comprised of my top ten all time Last.FM tracks. It’s free to y’all but I’m more open for trading for other zines! Limited run of 30. Black and white. Contact me if yer interested!
Download link: [url]http://www.scriptorpress.com/cenacle/84.html[/url]
[Size = 3.1 MB]
With a bit of delay finally comes the 18th anniversary issue of The Cenacle. It is the first issue to feature color photography both on the cover (which is an annual tradition) & among the pages within the issue. There are many really fine pictures as well as the usual great writing! The new issue’s contents include:
• Poetry by Raymond Soulard, Jr., Judih Haggai, Joe Coleman, Tom Sheehan, Ric Amante & Joe Ciccone
• Prose essays by Ralph Emerson, Nathan Horowitz, Abraham Hafiz Rodriguez, & Raymond Soulard, Jr.
• New fixtion by Raymond Soulard, Jr.
• Classic fiction by Ernest Hemingway
• Classic interview with R. Crumb
• Graphic art by Kassandra & Raymond Soulard, Jr.
Kassi & I send out late spring greetings to everyone, & wishes for good health & prosperity. Please be in touch!
This issue of SMOO is about the countryside I grew up in. Split over three zines, a map, and a letter, it deals with memories, trying to live in the now, and what happens when you revisit your home, many years later.
- 88 pages of comics across 3 A6 zines (148 mm x 105 mm)
- fold out map (297 x 210mm)
- a letter (210 x 148 mm)
- B&W throughout
The zine costs £4 plus postage. Shipping late June.