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Charm City Zinepeople

For people in the metro Baltimore/DC area

Location: Baltimore, MD
Members: 32
Latest Activity: Jun 20, 2016

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Comment by Hal Niedzviecki on April 26, 2016 at 6:10pm

Hello there, Hal Niedzviecki here, founder and publisher of Broken Pencil: The magazine of zine culture and the independent arts. I'm looking for a zine publisher interested in talking about their experiences self publishing on a panel discussion in Washington DC in 2017. Note, the deadline for us to submit our proposal is May 1 so we'll need to hear back quickly. If interested email me at hal@brokenpencil.com

With thanks,
Hal N.

Comment by Sari of Hoax on January 15, 2014 at 3:19pm


Do you like zines? How about feminism? Because second annual NYC Feminist Zine Fest is coming up! Mark your calenders for March 1st, 2014 from 1-6pm. This time we will be at Barnard College in uptown Manhattan, 3009 Broadway in the James Room on the 4th floor of Barnard Hall. The space is handicap accessible.

We will be opening the call for tablers very soon, so if you’re a zinester or artist interested in sharing your work, keep an eye on our website (http://feministzinefestnyc.wordpress.com/) for updates. We also need volunteers to help the day run smoothly so if you think that sounds like you (or you have questions in general), email us at feministzinefestnyc@gmail.com! RSVP to the WMZ event here!

Comment by b stein on March 17, 2013 at 10:47am

Howdy folks,

I am planning on moving to Baltimore at the end of summer. So I thought it a fun idea to start collecting all of the Baltimore, Charm City Zines I can find.

I am a big fan of diary comics.

If you are from Baltimore and do an about the City Zine, Per zine, or any other zine about Baltimore and Charm City Culture/Community, please let me know.


Comment by DOCS Journal of Microbiography on March 3, 2013 at 10:05am

DOCS: The Journal of Microbiography, Issue 3 is out now. Write to PO Box 26183 or message me for one. Also available at Normals' Books and Records!

Comment by Windowfog on February 27, 2013 at 3:12pm

v1.4: Winter issue of "& Octopus" zine. This small, illustrated and handwritten zine is brewed with toe of thought, tails of whimsy, and eye of nostalgia. It's a lighthearted publication with personal anecdotes about childhood nostalgia, everyday moments, quirky doodles, among other things.

::FEATURED in this issue::
+ Winter Annoyances
+ Cheesy Songs (that I love)
+ Life Road Map
+ Tarot Forecast
+ More personal anecdotes like in previous issues

+ 5.5" x 4.25" or 14 cm x 10.5 cm (1/4 page size)
+ Hand detailed and colored cover on 67lb coverstock
+ Illustrated black and white pages
+ 16 full inside pages (8 pages printed front and back)
+ Hand-bound spine in string
+ Printed from an inkjet printer

Get a copy through my Etsy: windowfog.etsy.com or or send me an e-mail: windowfog [[[at]]] gmail [[dot]] com.

Comment by Karley Bayer on January 15, 2013 at 10:51am
Comment by Karley Bayer on November 30, 2012 at 10:07am


Trades accepted. Contact thefilthsubmissions@gmail.com

Comment by Jonathan Super on October 2, 2012 at 8:32pm

Mini Zine Fest in Baltimore!

I'm doing a mini zine fest in Baltimore on December 1st at Charm City Art Space. I'm looking for all local folks to be a part of this.  If you have any interest in tabling please contact me as soon as you can!



Comment by Karley Bayer on August 6, 2012 at 12:29pm
Comment by Nearly There: A Queer POC Zine on April 24, 2012 at 9:49am
Nearly There: A Queer POC Zine

What: Nearly There is a zine project meant to address the serious absence and silencing of stories about the experiences of queer people of color. After years of going to zine fests, libraries, bookstores looking for queer zines and POC zines and finding few to none, after years of existing as a queer woman of color and being sidelined in all those communities, and after years of always hearing about a potential zine project like this waiting for someone else to start it, the time is right for us to begin showcasing and prioritizing our own shit. For those of us who occupy the spaces of both queer and of color (along with all our other identities), this project is about creating an arena where we can listen and be heard, find commonality and difference, and leave a mark in the making of our own queer history and POC history.

Who: Knowing full well that for many of us, terms like queer or LGBTQ+ often do not and cannot truly measure who we are but being limited by the lack of other terms, this project is for, by, and about queer/LGBTQ+ youth of color including those of us who are low-income/working class, 1st/1.5/2nd/3rd generation im/migrants, city based, Mestiz@, Chican@, rural based, bi/multi racial or mixed, undocumented, same-gender-lovin, formerly or currently incarcerated, parents, dark skinned, from any spiritual background, college educated, butch, femme, aggs, street-involved, etc, etc, etc.

Theme: For this first issue, the theme is relatively open and inclusive of any issue, concern, or interest of queer POC. Ideally looking for submissions about in/visibility in queer and POC communities, discourses on coming/being out or not, finding and creating queer POC spaces, and more. Email me with your questions!

Submit: stories, poetry, non-fiction (in any format), drawings, photos, raps, and portraits, rants, quotes, essays, etc.

Send submissions and inquiries to: nearlytherezine@gmail.com

Deadline: August 1st 2012

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