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Comment by Deirdree Prudence on February 10, 2013 at 5:39am

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/theliteraryunderground/2013/02/09/fkin...

Submit your zines! Steven Hughes Purkey & I are doing a weekly internet radio show featuring zines & we need zines to review! Zines of all types - as long as they're by YOU. New issues, old issues, future issues - send them to us! We have hundreds of listeners that are interested in getting a copy of what you're creating! Message me here or email SunflowerGrayProductions@gmail.com for an address to send them to! Do it now! <3

PS: That link above is our most current episode - take a listen! <3

Comment by Jessie Duke on February 3, 2013 at 11:10pm

Sarah Tabor in Okinawa, Japan is looking for submissions for her new Roller Derby zine! She's looking for derby-inspired art, photography, comics, and essays from fans and players. Deadline is March 1st. Emailsarahbear731@gmail.com

Submissions wanted for Confessions of a Terrible Mother: The Hidden Side of Parenting, a completely uncensored and anonymous look inside the mind of parents. Here's your chance to purge your fears, regrets, mistakes, dark thoughts, secret wishes, and more. Looking for essays 100-1500 words in length. Possible topics: What it's like parenting while struggling with mental health issues. Your secret coping mechanisms. Weird things your body did after pregnancy that people don't mention in "polite company." Things you wish someone had warned you about. Not limited to mothers - we'd love to hear from dads or other long-term guardians too. We'd also love to hear from folks whose kids are already grown! Will also consider comics or art on the subject. Deadline for the first issue is March 1st. Zine will be published by Pioneers Press. Email Jessie@microcosmdistribution.com
 
Submissions wanted for The Cruelty-Free Homesteader, a practical guide to rural and urban homesteading, and sustainable or off-the-grid lifestyles with a vegan/vegetarian focus. Looking for essays 100-2000 words in length, plus art, comics, vegan recipes, to-do lists, step-by-step project guides, tips, rural wit and wisdom, book reviews, etc. Possible topics: Living in harmony with non-vegan neighbors in rural communities. Raising vegan/vegetarian children in rural communities. Taking in rescue animals. Debating the use of eggs, wool, honey from your farm. Musings on staying cruelty-free in a post-apocalyptic society. Deadline for the first issue is March 1st. Zine will be published by Pioneers Press. Email Jessie@microcosmdistribution.com

Comment by Salford Zine Library on February 2, 2013 at 6:33am
Calling All Chicago Zinesters!

The Plant is hosting a Winter Zine Fair on the evening of Saturday, February 23rd. We'd like to invite you to showcase your work and for those interested, to also perform a short live reading.

The Winter Zine Fair will be held at The Plant, 1400 W. 46th St. Chicago from 6pm to 11pm. Previous Open Houses and last fall's Monster Food Truck Rally brought 400+ attendees through The Plant!

The Winter Zine Fair will include Zinester Stalls, Lagunitas' mobile beer bar (Coming Soon to Chicago!), live readings, performances by local bands and jazz ensembles and several screenings of Self-Publishers of the World Take Over a documentary by Salford Zine Library's founder and curator, Craig John Barr.

The event is a fundraiser for The Plant, however, we hope to support other uniquely minded communities in the process. We feel that the courage and drive of a self-publisher is similar to that of Chicago's urban farming community.

If you are interested in renting a table for the evening and/or reading at the Winter Zine Fair please contact salfordzinelibrary@gmail.com .

Thank you!
Comment by kathleen on January 27, 2013 at 12:38pm

I FUCKING HATE THE GROCERY STORE is a zine about getting harassed at the grocery store.  

this zine is whatever you want it to be.  it is about getting harassed for using EBT.  it is about fatphobia at the checkout counter.  it’s about getting hit on while working.  about getting accused of shop lifting for being a POC.  it’s about leaving the grocery store in tears, for the third time.

I FUCKING HATE THE GROCERY STORE is nothing without you.  submit, submit, submit.  queerladyzine@gmail.com

Comment by Sara Todd on January 26, 2013 at 6:08pm


We're looking for zinesters to join us during L.A. Zine Week at Space 15 Twenty!

Send an email to sara@freewayscollide.com if you want to be part of the sale!

Deadline is January 29th! So don't think about it too long! Waiting for your emails!

Sara

 
Comment by Heroine Zine on January 21, 2013 at 9:09pm

Heroine Zine, based out of Austin, TX, is accepting submissions for its very first issue! We're looking for illustrations, photos, comics, poems, short stories (preferably less than 1,000 words), etc.; any and all creative musings really.

Heroine Zine aims to be a celebration of our foremothers who inspire us to redefine ourselves in our own terms. Through creative expression we create a community that aims to bleach the sexist, racist, and classist pattern in the patchwork of society: defiantly, shamelessly, and unapologetically.

The idea is every issue is loosely based on a central female role model. Issue 1 is inspired by Ms. Gloria Steinem. We are an equal opportunity zine. Our focus is on humanitarian issues ranging from racial and sexual equality to class issues and other social divides. This isn't just a feminist zine; it's a humanist zine.

:: DEADLINE SUBMISSION: THURSDAY, JANUARY 31ST ::

E-MAIL SUBMISSIONS TO heroine1920@gmail.com

Check out our facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/heroinezine

Comment by Catherine Elms on January 20, 2013 at 2:56pm

We’re now accepting submissions for the spring 2013 issue of Pandora Press, a Swansea-based feminist zine published by the Swansea Feminist Network. The theme of this issue is MEDIA. Open to self-identified women from Wales only. Details here: http://www.gumtree.com/p/jobs/writers-wanted-for-feministwomens-med...

Comment by River Body on January 19, 2013 at 2:48am

Doctor Who Fanzine! 

Looking for art, poems, short stories (preferably less than 1000 words, but exceptions can be made!)  etc., for a zine all about Doctor Who!! 

For extensive information, check out this page:  

http://type-40-zine.tumblr.com/Submission-Guidelines

Information for submitting is on that page, but I'll go ahead and put the email here too:

type.40.zine@gmail.com

Please include your name/contact info in the email so I can get back to you!  If you don't have tumblr, don't worry about it, just email away!  No current deadline.  If you have any questions feel free to message me on Tumblr, via email, or on here! I promise I'm nice!

Comment by kathleen on January 15, 2013 at 9:41pm

Producing a zine called WHY I FUCKING HATE THE SUPERMARKET

submissions accepted. to queerladyzine@gmail.com  

don’t gotta be queer or a lady to submit. 

accepting: rants, photos, stories, poems, art, hate FROM folks who work at or hate going to the supermarket 

produced by a low-income, EBT receiving, queer, cis, white lady.  just putting that out there.  

Comment by The Author on January 15, 2013 at 8:12pm

Dear Anonymous 3 is on its way and I'm once again looking for letters!

Lessons learned from DA1:

*250 words or less is good (for one page)

*500 words or less is good (for two pages)

 

So, basically, you're right in the 1 - 500 words range, but shorter is better. BUT, this zine is about expression, and I don't want to force anyone to clamp down on their passion just for me. I'm flexible. :)

 

As for content, these letters can be confessionals, but they can also be whatever you like them to be. Write to your life, write to your cat, write to your past or your future... Dear Anonymous is about writing the letters of the things you can't say for whatever reason.

 

Send letters to theauthor at inkyblots.com

Also send your mailing address if you would like a contributor copy.

 

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