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Comment by Alan Lawless on March 28, 2011 at 10:57pm

Flying Saucer #2 needs your help. I'm looking for essays, photography, short fiction and poetry-there's a loose 'urban' theme, but it's just a. I'm also looking for zines, books, films and comics to review. email me at flyingsaucerproductions@yahoo.com.



Comment by Necro Neil on March 28, 2011 at 9:43am



Necronomicon fanzine needs contributions for issue 18. Its a UK horror fanzine done in a chatty and personal style, mainly about retro horror films from my childhood. Look at the blogpost to get some ideas for contributions you could write and send them to me at necroneil@live.com

Thanks so much!

Comment by Johnny America on March 22, 2011 at 8:50pm

“Johnny America,” a little 'zine of fiction and humor published by the Moon Rabbit Drinking Club & Benevolence Society, is seeking submissions for our next, ninth issue. We’re particularly interested in items that work within the very loose theme of “Kansas.”


We’d like to emphasize the flexibility of the theme. A pithy review of Greensburg’s “world’s deepest hand-dug well” would certainly qualify, as would using Kansas as a barely-present backdrop for a short work of serious fiction. Kansas City, Missouri items would certainly be “close-enough,” and we’d be thrilled to consider a crypto-zoological profile of “MoMo,” the Missouri Monster, whose famous and baffling aversion to the sunflower state has never been adequately explained. Fiction, non-fiction, humor, reviews of dive bars or diners -- anything “Kansas” is game.

Comment by Nyx on March 17, 2011 at 9:26pm
It's come to my attention that I should clarify: the letters can be happy, sad, to someone you don't know or someone you passed on the street... I have a letter in there that is one sentence and a letter that has taken up a page (two half-pages) handwritten. Some use their own names and some use fake ones. It's all up to you and something I would like to make more than one volume of, so more than one letter (at one time or anytime) is definitely welcome.
Comment by Nyx on March 11, 2011 at 12:37am

Hi all!

I'm looking for contributions for my first zine "Dear Anonymous". It's basically collecting letters people write when they can't - for whatever reason - say what they want to say to something. They can be one sentence or longer. It is a mini-zine at this point, so no huge letters at the moment.

If you'd like to contribute, I'll send you a copy of the zine. :) Even if it turns out your letter doesn't fit in the first one, I'll still send you a copy. (If you want a copy, include your mailing address so I can send it to you.)

Email: theauthor@inkyblots.com

Comment by DJ Frederick on March 8, 2011 at 7:51pm
DJ Frederick is issuing a call for submissions for the second 2011 issue of Signals: A Media Zine. I am looking for personal essays that involve radio related topics, interviews, and articles about any and all aspects of shortwave listening, free / pirate radio stations, community radio, low power radio and the “underground” era of FM radio. Artwork, fiction, poetry and any unusual or even remotely related topics are appreciated as well. Please send queries to: singinggrove@conknet.com
Comment by ira on March 8, 2011 at 7:36pm


this zine seeks to document the experience of activists, trans* queer folk, radicals, anarchists, environmentalists, etc. living in rural areas, suburbia, or any place where it is hard to organize and feels like there are no resources for you. it does not aim to say there is something “wrong” with living in these spaces, but if the individual submitting has a disenfranchising experience then please share how you overcome that if you do/can.

poetry, art, articles (personal, how to, etc.), and any other media submission is more than welcome.

please send submissions to libirate at riseup dot net.

feel free share or ask any questions you may have. there is no deadline as of yet, but i'll update with any changes,
Comment by Sari of Hoax on March 8, 2011 at 12:41am

HOAX ZINE has pushed back the deadline for issue #5 FEMINISM & COMMUNITY!

potential ideas for material include, but are not limited to:

  • elitism (identity politics & border policing & hierarchies within communities)
  • cliques & exclusivities
  • success & personal stories
  • the environment (food politics & urban gardening & eco-feminism & women in farming/farm lands)
  • accessibility (language & locations (urban vs rural) & academia & pretention & childcare)
  • work/ production (economics & capitalism)
  • social movements (then vs now - legacy of the 60s)
  • assimilation vs liberation (when, if, and how to assimilate)
  • the self (self-care & where the self ends and community begins)
  • what makes a community (how does one feel included? & how do we include others & what it means to find a “home” (limits of family))
  • networking (action & teamwork & friendship)
  • “diversity” (do we need varieties of people in a community? & tolerance vs acceptance (cultural relativity)
  • space (physical/ emotional)
  • legislation (policy & community organizing)
  • love (hate & anger)

we also totally need lots of artwork (photos, collages, illustrations, drawings, paintings, comics, etc.)! particularly for background designs and things that compliment the written material.

we would like the zine to be finished as soon as possible, and would prefer to receive submissions by april 21st. if you are interested, please feel free to e-mail us your ideas for topics, or questions!

in solidarity,
rachel & sari

Comment by Deirdree Prudence on February 28, 2011 at 11:10am
Gag Me With A... zine is now accepting submissions for it's sophomore issue! Looking for anything creative: lit, life, DIY how to's, informational pieces on the counter culture scene, artwork (must be b&w photocopy ready)--whatever you want the world to see. Gag Me is a mini zine of a magazine, for you & by you. Email PinkPressBlitz@gmail.com for questions, submissions, &/or a free copy of issue 1! Deadline: soon so hurry the fuck up! http://gagmewitha.blogspot.com/
Comment by Myron on February 24, 2011 at 12:23pm

I am working on a new zine called " Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow- Living with and understanding alopecia". The title is subject to change. To quickly describe alopecia I can tell you that it is a form of hair loss that leads to patchy baldness of the scalp that can lead to the entire body. It is a perzine/medical zine that gives honest firsthand information from myself after living with it for over 10 years. I'm going to to give facts and discuss my own personal accounts so people can understand the side effects of treatments and make better informed decisions. If any one has any poetry, stories, art, beauty tips, or anything regarding hair loss casued by alopecia it is much welcomed! Feel free to send me a message. I also would be happy to submit art for anyone's zine who is interested. Two examples of my art are on my page. Contributers will get credit, a free zine, and the option to advertise anything they wish to promote, which is all I would expect in return.  My postal address is:

Myron Smith

PO Box 354

Ridgeway, VA 24148



You can also email me at crazedmazes@yahoo.com


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