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But if you're in Canada or the US and would like the box, lemme know and I'll saunter on down to the post office and get an exact price for you.
I figured starting another thread would be redundant, so I'll give this one a shot. I just tidied up my zine collection as well and managed to cut out about 150 zines (actually, 156 so far, though I may add a few more over the next few days). I thought about dividing them up into grab bags, but if I could get rid of 'em in one fell swoop, that would make my life a lot easier. A lot of them are feminist zines, there are also queer zines, comic and art zines, a few on mental health, perzines and other fun stuff. Like Billy said, some real gems, too. Some of 'em are doubles of ones that I already have, some of 'em are great zines but I'm just not 100% in love with them and I'm trying to keep my material possessions down to a minimum (surely there are over 1000 zines in my living room right now). I've got them packed up into a box that normally holds a pair of boots and to be quite honest, it is very heavy. I live in Canada and our postage rates are quite high, so international buyers might wanna skip out on this one 'coz I know it'll be like $100 to mail it. But if you're in Canada or the US and would like the box, lemme know and I'll saunter on down to the post office and get an exact price for you.
I'll stop by the post office and get a shipping quote for Canada and the US tomorrow. Thanks for your interest! star blanket, if you could let me know your postal code, I think that might be best (ie: postage to say, Vancouver would be different than Halifax).
I'm not one to make excuses, but I didn't have a chance to check the price today. I ran a bunch of errands already and can't imagine going back outside (it's nearly 40 degrees Celsius in Montreal!). Tomorrow though.