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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: 651
Latest Activity: on Saturday

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!


Discussion Forum

Behavior of the zinesters - Question 15 Replies

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Comment by fishspit on November 13, 2012 at 5:22pm


Comment by Eddie Russell Zine on November 13, 2012 at 3:14pm

v v WISEBLOOD. FISHSPIT. you want these zines. trust.

Comment by fishspit on November 13, 2012 at 2:53pm

I been writing this zine since 1984. Early issues are punk rock record reviews and silliness. Now I'm up to issue #57. I'll trade or send or whatever. BUT KNOW! It's not a very pleasant zine! ha ha . . . lots of violence, jail stays, psyche wards, but it's funny too. inspired by the writing of celine.

I like zines from opposing view points. My zine is a bit right wing, but i prefer to read other people's views: feminist, socialist, liberal, etc.  But I'm looking for more opinion and idea than fact. I like weird zines. music zines about punk, rock a billy, and psychedelia i really dig. I'm not looking for hodge podge zines or intellectual zines. But i'm open . . . i'll send you a bunch of mine for free. no problem. I love this site. You guys are awesome. Send your address to me or here's mine: Wiseblood, c/o Fishspit, 1304 175th PL. N.E., Bellevue, WA, 98008. Take care! thanks.

Comment by Robert Ridley-Shackleton on November 13, 2012 at 12:24pm

I have many esoteric, metaphysical, mystical, ridiculous, warped zines for sale or trade (some are even a bit funny)

have a look here: http://hissingframes.blogspot.co.uk/ to view all my zines

get in touch for sale or trades: hissingframes AT gmail DOT com

Comment by shut down on November 8, 2012 at 11:57am

Comment by Lauren Malamed on November 4, 2012 at 4:48pm

Hey guys!

I have a zine here that didn't receive much recognition at Philly Zine Fest, but that I think is pretty cool.

This is a fucked up nightmare that I had, that I decided to write out. It includes little ms paint floorplans of the house that the nightmare revolved around.

Email me at LMALAMED@BRYNMAWR.EDU  if you like the sound of this one!
I will trade for anything, really.

Comment by ZippityZinedra on November 2, 2012 at 9:38am

Different Shades of normal is now in it's first issue.

It's 50 pages long and handwritten.

Topics include: mental illness (schizophrenia), self-destruction, etc. This zine's central focus is Love-whether Loving another or relearning to Love one self again.

Email me at sandra_reiki_@hotmail.com . Love to trade :)


**(watching a woman self-destruct while doing nothing is not a revolutionary act)**

Comment by Steven Hughes Purkey on October 26, 2012 at 7:23am

Classical Snuff

1st release by MC Shamrock Jones aka Nebakanzer Productions-- Classical Snuff by Steven Purkey & Deirdree Prudence.

5 stories & original artwork about the weirdness of classical composers.

1/4 size, 20 pages, Black & White

Email me at: mcshamrockjones@gmail.com

if ya wanna trade!

Comment by Deirdree Prudence on October 25, 2012 at 1:32pm

The first three issues of the Pocket Readers series are up for grabs!

1. Where Will It End? A Joy Division Pocket Reader ~ The story of Ian Curtis & the Manchester UK band that ignited the post-punk sound, Joy Division.

2. The Choom Gang: A Barack Obama Pocket Reader ~ The story of the teenaged pot smoking, idealistic Barry Obama in Hawaii & the Blue Oyster Cult.

3. We Must Bleed: A Germs Pocket Reader ~ The story of Darby Crash & the short-lived yet crazily influential Los Angeles punk band of the late '70s, The Germs.

Each issue is an 1/8 mini zine, 16 pages, b&w & radically hip. ♥

Choose one or choose all three!

Email SunflowerGrayProductions@gmail.com

or message me here!

Comment by RJ. Morales on October 24, 2012 at 4:10pm

I dont have a picture but my comic zine is called APOLLO JONES : god of Rock and it fallows a god of rock his bionic best friend joe and many other strange characters and storylines. Love to trade



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