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Let's Trade Zines!

This is a group designed specifically for trading your zine for someone elses. Post a decription of your zine or contact some people in the group directly!

Members: 600
Latest Activity: 15 hours ago

I realised there wasn't a group on WMZ specific to zine trades so I wanted to get something in place so that people can pool together their interest in trading.

Thanks for making this the biggest group on We Make Zines!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Everyone seems to post a new thread in the forum when they want to share their zines but why not just come to one group where you know people are going to be receptive when you want to share with them!

TO GET STARTED, ADD A COMMENT INCLUDING A ONE-LINER ABOUT YOUR ZINE FOR TRADE AND A ONE-LINER ABOUT WHAT YOU'RE AFTER IN THE TRADE (IF YOU'RE FEELING SPECIFIC)....

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Comment by Catherine Elms on June 10, 2011 at 7:36am
Here. In My Head. #8, a feminist perzine from the UK, is now available to buy or trade!



This issue was written for the zine anthology being published by Planned Parenthood of Northern New England. Inside, I write about blood, sex, abortion, religion, choice, shame, and growth. Black and white, with a hand-coloured front cover.

You can read more about my zines on my zinewiki page - http://zinewiki.com/Catherine_Elms. Get in touch if interested in a trade! Feminist zines and perzines preferred. :)
Comment by QueensBee Zines on June 7, 2011 at 12:07pm

"Side by Side,"

a new double-sided mini-zine of visual observations and

projections of social isolation.

It's waiting to be read at the palm of your hand!

Get your copy now!

For trade, contact:

sassy.spinster (at) gmail.com

or

for sale ($1) here:

http://www.etsy.com/listing/75555550/side-by-side

 

Comment by M Costa on June 4, 2011 at 5:07pm
I have just finished printing and putting together a few super mini photo zines. Very simple, 4 photos that I have taken on my travels. Willing to trade for just about anything since I am a new zinester. A few sample photos can be found in my profile!
Comment by Kiwi Bee on May 28, 2011 at 6:41pm

Hi. I've just printed my first zine in a long time, Goodbye Kiss, a perzine about my (somewhat crappy) life in a small town. It's 1/2 sized, black and white, and 8 pages. I will also have a minizine comic ready shortly called Adventures of a Danger-Skank.

Comment by glYnis on May 25, 2011 at 10:58pm
I recently made a mini zine of haiku about the seasons.  It's little, just a legal size sheet in an accordian fold, but I am quite fond of it. I'd love to trade with anyone!
Comment by Sari of Hoax on May 20, 2011 at 12:25am

hoax #5 - feminisms and COMMUNITY is offically finished! essays include: core requirements for a “safer space”; a manifesta written as the basis for the mother ourselves bootcamp for queer folks of color; supporting those who are new to feminism; notes from a trans*feminist; queer land movements; community in the punk scene; environmental consciousness and ecofeminist policy; a comic about food co-ops; parenting and looking to create community for one’s child; a coming of age story about radicalization through queer internet forums and punk rock; thoughts on collectives; wanting a more intersectionary feminist community; rethinking personal feminist politics; a comic about the cons of “women’s space;” reflections of a soon-to-be community organizer; a short introduction to the amish community; an intersectional feminist library short list; girl-on-girl crime & the need for unity amongst women; a reinvestigation on sexual assault; the effects of a family member’s suicide; a powerful poem called “crowing the may queen,” reflections of zine release party that implemented as “safer space” policy; and how the labor movement has helped feminism! also includes an interview with the editors, original art/comics, prose, feminist we love, and vegan recipes! 1/2 size, 68 pages, b&w, and super text heavy! we have decided to pledge 10% OF THE PROCEEDS OF EACH ISSUE PURCHASED FROM US THROUGH SEPTEMBER TO SUPPORT BO THE DOG’S SURGERY. you can read more about bo’s condition here. asking $4 or similar trade! e-mail hoaxzine@gmail.com or leave me a message/comment for more information!

Comment by Ruth on May 19, 2011 at 8:44am
I've just finished my first zine- Spellbook for Reckless Children. :D It's a perzine and this issue looks at imaginary friends, my experiences with institutions, love and violence. It's 40 pages, 1/4 sized. I'm particularly interested in perzines, queer and feminist zines and mini comics.
Comment by Minotaurelab on May 16, 2011 at 10:04pm

Courtesy Flush is a half-size zine of collaborative drawings created between my girlfriend and I. 32 colorful pages of weird, surreal, and magical beings. More pictures in my profile. Trade or $3+shipping.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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In The Headlights is a mini zine I made for the Mini-Zine Folks Group Swap #3. It is a wordless comic of sorts that captures still images from alien video broadcasts. See another preview picture in my profile. Trade or $1+shipping.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If interested in any email me at: dennis at minotaurelab dot com

Comment by Angela Chaos on May 12, 2011 at 1:37am

Hey all,

I am helping to organize the 2011 Riverside DIY Print Fest at the Riverside Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 28, 12-4p.  You are invited to submit ideas for workshops, demonstrations, or discussions you would like to lead pertaining to any aspect of DIY print and publishing culture that interests you.


Also, if you (or you and your fellow DIY publishing pals) want to reserve a table to sell, promote, and/or give away your creations, please contact us at riversideprintfest@gmail.com. There is no fee to reserve a table!

If you want to conduct a workshop or secure a table for the event, please respond to riversideprintfest@gmail.c om by Monday, May 23.

Finally, PLEASE HELP US PROMOTE the event. Below is all the information you will need to for your contacts:

THE RIVERSIDE DIY PRINT FEST 2011:
Page Terror and Spittin’ Hot $@#!
@The Riverside Metropolitan Museum in Downtown Riverside
3580 Mission Inn Avenue, Riverside, CA
May 28, 2011 12pm-4pm,
FREE
 
Saturation is a DIY art and music festival that occurs semi-annually in Riverside, CA. Saturation is a labor of love, and it’s successful because of the incredible talent in Riverside. We keep doing it because it’s fun, and because it’s vital to keep up the hard work on behalf of the bands, artists, and community that make Riverside uniquely creative and supportive.
Thanks,
Angela
Comment by Michael Duckett on April 29, 2011 at 1:41pm

I'll have a new diary comic back from the printers in a week, 10 days or so. It's about a week spent in Malta as part of Birdlife's 'Springwatch' camp, which tries to help migrating birds make it past the thousands of shooters on the island.

Let me know (a) if you'd like to swap, and send me a postal address; (b) I've forgotten something about something or other and you'd like to remind me of it.

By swaps, incidentally, I totally count postcards, letters, and news clippings from local newspapers. Send em to: Mike, 42 Curtis Road, Newcastle, NE4 9BH, United Kingdom of Fools. My email is oldglen [squirly at] gmail dot com

 

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