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Comment by Daniel Eloy on June 30, 2015 at 3:14pm

W A T E R 

the implicit and explicit role of water and race is palpable in america, historically and currently (middle passage | immigration-->post-katrina | privatization of water). Through image, collage, poetry, and text, W A T E R  is a zine defined by race and explored through water.

this is a full color zine, and the page size is 9" x 9".

I am looking for photography, poetry, short writings/prose (under 1000 words), lyrics, digital art, collage, and any other scannable medium for inclusion in the zine. (please use .jpg extensions for all images) 

please send all submissions, questions, or comments to waterzinesubmissions@gmail.com

i will respond within 24 hours to all emails.

NOTE: this zine will be initially distributed online and will be printed after. 

thank you all! peace and blessings.

Comment by Tricia Callahan on June 29, 2015 at 1:46pm

Tabling at Atlanta Zine Fest - Looking for Art & Article Submis...

Hello fellow Zinesters! No Apologies is looking for art, music reviews, social and personal columns, poetry, for our latest zine which will encompass May, June, and July submissions. The selected submissions will be held in our largest issue yet. All those who submit will be mailed an issue. Send all submissions to tricia.callahan@noapologiesmagazine.com
Thank you!
Comment by megan on June 29, 2015 at 1:42pm

Call for Submissions: Whatever Saves #5

Whatever Saves is my infrequently produced zine, put together whenever the mood or the muse strikes.  In my next issue, I want to highlight the stories and artwork created by people who don't have children, don't want children, maybe want children but can't have them, or other folks with complicated relationships with reproduction and progeny.  Time to flip the narrative on its head and show the world how the other half (more than half, if I'm remembering the statistics correctly) lives without kids.  
Please submit writing of any genre and/or visual art that is formatted for black and white printing to whateversaves@gmail.com by August 31.  
Please pass this on to any interested parties.  
Looking forward to your work!
Comment by Rachel G on June 27, 2015 at 9:35am

Creative Anxiety – A Zine

Anxiety and Creativity – best of friends, worst of enemies.

I am a writer. I suffer from anxiety.

At times, it feels as though these two things go hand in hand. I feel anxious, I can’t sleep, I need to get creative. Writing and producing art work are among the only things that can calm me down.

At other times, my anxiety causes me to have severe doubts about my creativity, writing and artistic talent, meaning that I find it hard to work.

Creative Anxiety is an Ezine with an aim to share work either about anxiety, creations inspired by anxiety, or even work that you would like to share in spite of your anxiety!

Do you suffer from anxiety? Are you a writer, poet, artist, musician, film maker? I would love to hear from you regarding any of the following:

  • Creative ways to overcome anxiety

  • Ways in which your anxiety has affected your creativity

  • Creations inspired by your anxiety

  • Helpful tips for overcoming anxiety/panic attacks

  • Anything that you might think is relevant considering the theme of the Zine!

I will consider all forms of creativity, just get in touch at:


Follow us on Twitter: @CreativeAZine

If you would like to be anonymous please say so in your email. Please title your email ‘Creative Anxiety’. I am happy to answer any questions you may have regarding the zine.

I aim to respond within 42 hours.



Comment by Earla Dawn Legault on June 25, 2015 at 10:00am

‘Siblings Grieve 2: the learning times’

is a zine collection of personal insights on how we sustain ourselves after a sibling’s death.  To include:

  • a sharing of personal experiences of grieving siblings - life after ‘your friend from birth’ dies
  • a discovering of tools to help while living with loss - resources that support healing

Submissions accepted until August 29th 2015:

- personal essay, creative non fiction (up to 700 words) or poetry (up to 350 words)

- art work - hand drawn, collage or photography - zine will be in black and white.

Share insights and resources that help you live in the experience:

• Was group support helpful or did you go at your grief solo? 

• What object, action or strategy was beneficial to feel not so alone?

• How did your grief look - at the beginning, middle and … now?

• What image or quote supported your self through the ‘early days’?

Contributors whose submission is printed receive a free copy of the zine.

’Siblings Grieve 2; the learning times’ zine will be a resource for local hospices.

Please send along with your submission:

• name; mailing address and short bio

• social media contact you wish to have published

• A photo or drawing of you and your sibling

Interested? Questions? Email earlad@gmail.com       

Thank you for considering that Siblings Grieve 2! 

… there is no greater writing than having someone write about past lives, stories, laughter, sadness -  and in words -  forever solidifying and marking the passage of someone's presence on earth.  They were here - they were loved and still are - they loved - and they mattered - and they still matter, always. - M. Dales

Comment by Oge on June 16, 2015 at 3:03pm
Hey folx!

We are Pan-African Mosaic Collection, and we are new to zine scene. Our independent, not-for-profit zine is meant to provide a safe space, if not safer space, for self-identified African gender, sexual, and romantic minorities (GSRM) of all backgrounds and experiences.

The theme of our first zine will be on RELATIONSHIPS:

  • self-image (relationships with yourself; how you feel about yourself)
  • familial (relationships with your family)
  • friendships
  • platonic/sexual/romantic/etc relationships
  • and more!

ART GALLERY: submissions can consist of photos, drawings, writing, labels, collages, and anything else you can think of! When you’re ready, email us a scanned or digital copy of your work.

Lastly, please send any submissions, questions, topic/artwork suggestions, and comments to panafricanmosaic (at) gmail (dot) com. The DEADLINE for submissions of the first zine is AUGUST 26TH, 2015. We plan to release the first issue on September 15th, 2015. If you are unable to submit, feel free to tell your friends and community about us.

Note that we would prefer the submissions be in PDF, DOC or DOCX, JPG or JPEG, and/or PNG FORMAT. If you have a question about the format of your submission (or any other aspect of it), don’t be afraid to email us! Thanks in advance for all your hard work and support!

To find out more about us visit our FB page and Tumblr!

Have a nice week everyone!

Comment by Sarah E. Hoffman on June 15, 2015 at 8:08pm

Science Fiction Bookclub Zine: The Runaway Robot by Lester Del Rey. Due: 15 Sept 2015


Comment by Brett Butler on June 15, 2015 at 5:38am

Tales from Wilton Manors and Welcome To The Doll House
Call for submissions! Tales from Wilton Manors is looking for short stories, poems, and art work to print in our next issue. Follow the link to our submission page for details.

Tales From Wilton Manors's photo.
Comment by Jennifer Nichole Wells on June 12, 2015 at 12:08pm

fēlan, a brand new poetry and visual arts zine, has just opened a call for submissions for its very first issue - Love. 

Go here for submission guidelines https://felanzine.wordpress.com/ or email felanzine@outlook.com

Comment by ZippityZinedra on June 4, 2015 at 4:21pm

**This is a Call For Submissions** (Re-Post)
Looking for stories/essays (500-700 words), poems (250-300 words) and artwork on the subject of 'Bullying'.
Subject matter may include:
-confronting bullies & the outcome
-friends/peers/teachers who don't intervene(bystanders)
-dealing with trauma/triggers (coping strategies)
-mental health (depression, anxiety, etc)
-thoughts of self-harm/suicide/revenge
-reaching out for help
-being ostracized (feelings of isolation, worthlessness, shame, grief, guilt, anger)
-what you would like to say to your bullies
-has bullying changed the ways you view peer groups today
-understanding bullies
-forgiveness (making peace)

Did the bullying take place in:
-elementary school
-high school
*Please let us know if you would like to use your real name, an alias or if you wish to remain anonymous (or if you are writing/sending it on behalf of someone you know).
No fictionalized work, please.
Am accepting submissions until August 31st, 2015.
Email submissions to: sandra_reiki_@hotmail.com
Each contributor will receive a free copy of the zine.
Thank you.*


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