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Issue two of Mazucca City is finished. It features a tour of my city's alleys (Fredericton, NB), true stories on the alley theme and part of on my on-going feature, Apartment Life - Remembering Past Lives Through Accomidations. $3
Hello Canadian crew. I am Chad Coleman from Cornwall, On. I draw a comic called Sugar Rush. Let's network , send me a link to your zine and I will probably buy it... or trade. Also I do a zine called The Stranded Freeloader. We are including a zine section to help spread the word about us all. So contact me already hahahahaha!!!!!.
The Boy Who Owned the Forest is a new fairy tale zine with full colour illustrations by Nicholas Beckett and story by Elizabeth J. M. W. Click on the link to see some pictures and order your copy today! :)
howdy canadian folks... hoping you'll be able to assist:) trying to track down shelley forget who created the awesome zine 'mixtape'. i think she put out 5 copies between 2005-2007? i reside in canberra, australia and came across her zines at the national library archive. thought they were super awesome, and would like to get some copies myself. if anyone has any contact details, please pm me:) cheers, nat
Hello! I'm originally from the Philippines, moved to Texas yearsss ago, and now ended up in Ft. McMurray AB. Joined the group hoping to make the transition to the canadian zine "scene" a bit easier :)
Hullo! I draw a lot of nonsense while watching movies, and have compiled them in a short Zine called Doodles and Movies. It's a little bit of everything and I'm even offering up a full-colour page of cartoon animals engaged in flatulence. That's like-my best work to date, really.
Hello Canadian zinesters,
I'm going to be talking about zines to a bunch of librarians, mostly Canadian, at a conference in Edmonton next month. Besides these resources from Broken Pencil (http://www.brokenpencil.com/zine-and-indie-culture-libraries and http://www.brokenpencil.com/retail-outlets) are there other specifically Canadian resources I should introduce newbie zine librarians to?
Extra special bonus: any Alberta zinesters out there want to trade zines with me, so I can show them some local magic? You can message me on wemakezines, or just email me at kellymce [at] gmail.
Coming up Oct 26th at the Forest City Gallery in London Ontario is the Graphic Underground: London 1977 to 1990.
This will be a visual display of the posters, artwork, zines etc from London Ontario between 1977 and 1990 which coincides with the start of the punk/new wave era. London was home to several zines during that time period as well as having a vibrant art and music scene.
Here's a link to the website which will feature some of the art to be at the visual display:
There is also a facebook group to find the zines/posters/art etc from that era:
And the opening night party will feature 4 local bands from that era, The Enemas, NFG, The Zellots and Uranus all playing at the APK upstairs in London Ontario.
And also being released on opening night is #24 of What Wave fanzine which will have the family trees of the local bands from the era. Also included will be a 90m cassette featuring almost all unreleased tunes by London bands from the era.
Shutter Buster Issue 3 is released, feel free to check it out.Issue 3
Issue 2 of Shutter Buster (The Godzilla loves King Ghidora edition) has dropped today, feel free to browse around, read my newspaper and borrow my tools. Shutter Buster Issue 2
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