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over 30 and still at it...

A group for those 30 years and over that are still printing and reading zines.

Members: 310
Latest Activity: Aug 12

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Comment by Ken Bausert on August 15, 2012 at 6:50am

Hi, Kris. Good to have another zinester on board.

That reminds me, I haven't announced my latest issue release on this site yet. The August, 2012 (#24) issue of the Ken Chronicles is available for trade (or $2) and contains the usual perzine articles and photos. If you're interested, let me know what you have for trade.

Comment by LizW on August 15, 2012 at 6:41am

Hello! I am an art zine enthusiast looking to buy and trade. 

Comment by Kris Hartley on August 14, 2012 at 9:35pm

Hey, everyone.  I'm over 30, but I'm actually new to the zine scene.  Just wanted to say hello!

-Kris

Comment by Karley Bayer on August 6, 2012 at 12:30pm
Comment by Ken Bausert on June 2, 2012 at 6:26am

Finally getting around to posting the announcement of my latest Ken Chronicles (#23, May, 2012). It's a perzine, 24 pages, digest-size, with lots of text & photos about me, home renovation, travel, flea markets, reviews of movies/music/books, etc. Just two-bucks (US/$3 foreign) but always ready to trade for something comparable (let me know what you've got) I prefer perzines/travel/non-fiction.

Comment by Jenni Morrison-Smith on April 14, 2012 at 10:27pm

I just released issue #2 of my perzine, RawkYouLikeAHurricane, which features articles about hooping, weight loss surgery and Sharon Needles. 

Comment by Carrie C. on March 25, 2012 at 12:29pm

Trans/Genderqueer Zine Project Call For Submissions

 

Topic: Essays, anecdotes, comix, collage, & poetry from trans and genderqueer folks telling stories of adolescence and puberty. Take that as broadly or narrowly as you'd like; literally how your body was changing and how your brain was dealing with it, or going to a dance and how that made you feel, to coming out to your family, friends, teachers & classmates.

 

Audience: 7-12th grade students.

 

Specifics: The pieces should be free of cursing and super overt sexual content.

 

Why/Purpose: Puberty and adolescence are hard for everyone but it's extra alienating and difficult when you feel alone and or radically different from everyone else. I want this zine to be an offering to trans and gender queer kids who need to see themselves in print, to know that they are not alone. I want the stories to offer comfort and hope to some young people who may be struggling. I would like the zine to be a resource for trans and gender queer students and a way to open the eyes and hearts of cisgendered students, parents, and teachers.

 

Send submissions to Brilliantmistake01@gmail.com

Please send as a basic word document with "Zine Submission" in the subject line. Art submissions should be 300 dpi scans or for bitmap line art 600 or more.

 

Send submissions by June 1, 2011. Feel free to e-mail me at Brilliantmistake01@gmail.com with any questions.

 

Thanks!

Carrie

Comment by Carrie C. on March 25, 2012 at 12:29pm

Trans/Genderqueer Zine Project Call For Submissions

 

Topic: Essays, anecdotes, comix, collage, & poetry from trans and genderqueer folks telling stories of adolescence and puberty. Take that as broadly or narrowly as you'd like; literally how your body was changing and how your brain was dealing with it, or going to a dance and how that made you feel, to coming out to your family, friends, teachers & classmates.

 

Audience: 7-12th grade students.

 

Specifics: The pieces should be free of cursing and super overt sexual content.

 

Why/Purpose: Puberty and adolescence are hard for everyone but it's extra alienating and difficult when you feel alone and or radically different from everyone else. I want this zine to be an offering to trans and gender queer kids who need to see themselves in print, to know that they are not alone. I want the stories to offer comfort and hope to some young people who may be struggling. I would like the zine to be a resource for trans and gender queer students and a way to open the eyes and hearts of cisgendered students, parents, and teachers.

 

Send submissions to Brilliantmistake01@gmail.com

Please send as a basic word document with "Zine Submission" in the subject line. Art submissions should be 300 dpi scans or for bitmap line art 600 or more.

 

Send submissions by June 1, 2011. Feel free to e-mail me at Brilliantmistake01@gmail.com with any questions.

 

Thanks!

Carrie

Comment by Karley Bayer on February 11, 2012 at 12:48pm

The Filth is seeking questions for our new column, Ask the Doctor! We're starting this new feature in our sex toys issue, but questions do not need to be of a sexual nature - but it's more fun if they are.

We are also looking for short stories and art about sex toys. Fiction or non, whatever. Anonymous is fine.

Check us out on Facebook, or send submissions/questions to thefilthsubmissions@gmail.com

Comment by Dexter Cockburn on February 10, 2012 at 10:45am

NOW AVAILABLE! VORTEX #2
Philly native Don Robinson's classic UG gets the deluxe Comix Company treatment! Full colour covers and brand new, never before seen strips rub cheek & jowl with Robinson's hilarious toker humour, EC tributes & eyeball kicks!
ORDER HERE: http://ning.it/A2lv7o

 

 

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