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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 Cleo 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.

Comment by Karley Bayer on January 15, 2013 at 10:53am
Comment by Deirdree Prudence on January 14, 2013 at 3:54pm

New comp zine by Steven Purkey & Deirdree Prudence - 

I Wanna Believe - all about....conspiracy theories! Put yer tin foil hats on & create some written or visual art for this fantastically paranoid adventure! Deadline is February 17th! ♥  Email GagMeWithA@gmail.com for info, questions or where to submit to! <3

Comment by Noemi Martinez on January 12, 2013 at 4:55pm

Hi, I'm seeking zines and writers for  S.alt Media Review, a zine that reviews POC and WOC (People of color and Women of color) written zines and projects.

m looking for zines by people of color to review in an upcoming review zine featuring zines and alt media written/produced by people of color. My name is Noemi Martinez and I wrote Hermana, Resist and a few others and ran C/S Tiendita. I’m looking to showcase zines and projects by people of color. I’d also like to include  in depth articles, essays and pieces on zines, zine collections and the histories of alternative media as it pertains to people of color. Being a lover of diy ethics and edupunk, if you have integrated zines into your curriculum, classroom and lessons, I’d love to include your philosophy, how you were able to work zines (by people of color! as part of history!) into your class.

*For the first issue, I’m also looking for essays from mujeres (women of color) describing how the WOC zinesters of the late 90s and early 2000 influenced you. With Race Riot 2 and Evolution of a Race Riot becoming available by digital format now, I’d like pieces written about the content of these zines but also the ways in which these influenced our productions and projects, education and writing.

 

If you’d like to write an article on either one of these zines or others, get in touch with me.

Artwork would be cool too. S.alt Media Review will be released 3-4 a year.

Let’s work on the first issue! So in review, get in touch with me if you’d like to collaborate as a writer, editor or artist -and funding! 

here's the call out: 

http://www.hermanaresist.com/publishing/alt-media-review-2/

Comment by Myron on January 7, 2013 at 5:45pm

I am seeking submissions for a Retro Style Humor Zine which plans to be a cheap imitation of "Mad" or "Cracked" in their Golden Era. Rude, Gross and down right tasteless submissions are encouraged. I'm also still seeking submissions for "Young Blood Zine #2", a vampire themed zine to go along with a movie my brother and I wrote and directed, "Young Blood: Evil Intentions". You can watch the trailer for the movie here: http://youtu.be/evJJgxTyP3

My email address is crazedmazes@yahoo.com. Feel free to send me submissions or ask questions. I'll also consider submissions for Crazed Mazes #3. My mailing address is: Myron Smith, PO Box 354, Ridgeway, VA 24148. Any one who mails a submission will receive a free copy of Young Blood Zine #1!

Comment by mis awkward on January 1, 2013 at 2:17pm

Comment by robnoxious on December 27, 2012 at 5:06pm

 I have been asked by Microcosm Publishing to compile a book titled Alive With Vigor!: How To Be Healthy. The book will contain vibrant information on how people can be healthy, and specifically for youth, queer, and transgender.

   Keep in mind: Much of our knowledge about how to be healthy may not come from things we have done that made us healthy, but things we have done that made us unhealthy.

   Please send a portrait of yourself (photo, drawing, collage, etc.) for us to use next to your interview questions.

   We are looking for a diversity of responses to round out the book. My experience as a queer, cis gendered male of white European ancestry will have an effect on my editing. With constant consideration and vigilance I hope to edit a work that is inclusive, within the 160 page limit that I've been given!

Deadline for submissions and responses to the interview questions is February 1st, 2013. Send to: robnoxiousthewriter@gmail.com

All questions are optional!

Share what you will:

Talk about a time when you had to overcome a major or minor health problem.

If a friend was dealing with the same health problem you dealt with, what advice would you give them?

What do you think is the most important thing you do to stay healthy?

What do you think is not good for your health?

What do you think is the most unhealthy thing that your culture (or counter culture) finds acceptable?

What about your culture (or counter culture) seems to be encouraging your health?

Were you raised in a way that you think was healthy or unhealthy? How so?

What makes you feel healthy & happy?

Thank you for participating!

Editors: Robnoxious, Claire, & Rachel.

robnoxiousthewriter@gmail.com

 

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