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Comment by Mike Nobody 8 hours ago

Hey Fishpit!

Comment by The-Zineiac 9 hours ago

Awesome Fishspit. I hope I am still on your mailing list. Oh, I am mailing mine to you finally, ha!

Comment by fishspit 23 hours ago

Hey you peckerwoods . . . a new wiseblood is out.  it's free to poor people . . . but if you got scratch send a few bucks.  trades are awesome . . . I love to read you all's zines.

wiseblood

1304 175th Pl. NE

Bellevue, WA 98008

thanks you all . . .

fishspit out

p.s.  don't forget that hank williams is god  . . . need a prayer answered?  send on his way.

Comment by Ken Bausert on August 12, 2015 at 7:59pm

The latest issue (#36) of my Ken Chronicles is out (recently mailed to my subscribers (bless their hearts) and trading partners ((theirs, too), and available for $3 (postpaid to the USA). Always interested in trades (what have you got?) This is a 28-page digest-sized perzine that covers our 12-day visit to Oregon and Washington last month (with lots of photos), as well as a DIY project and some LOCs.

Comment by Robert van Vaals on July 23, 2015 at 10:53am

My perzine Full Size Render issue #1 is out for trade now! I share, among other stuff, about mental health issues in photos/poetry/prose. Entirely analogue, with Dymo embossing labels, handwriting, rub-on transfer lettering, typewriting.

Comment by Nico Doreste on July 11, 2015 at 11:16am

hello all --

just printed up a few short stories from life on the road/general indulgence. if anyone's up to trade..

Comment by megan on June 29, 2015 at 1:43pm

Call for Submissions: Whatever Saves #5

Whatever Saves is my infrequently produced zine, put together whenever the mood or the muse strikes.  In my next issue, I want to highlight the stories and artwork created by people who don't have children, don't want children, maybe want children but can't have them, or other folks with complicated relationships with reproduction and progeny.  Time to flip the narrative on its head and show the world how the other half (more than half, if I'm remembering the statistics correctly) lives without kids.  
Please submit writing of any genre and/or visual art that is formatted for black and white printing to whateversaves@gmail.com by August 31.  
Please pass this on to any interested parties.  
Looking forward to your work!
--Megan
Comment by Robert van Vaals on June 29, 2015 at 10:33am

Much to my relief FAH #1 is now finished and printed! FAH (Fixing A Hole) is a perzine with mental health issues and personal development as common theme. In this first issue photographs taken with Lomography cameras, an essay on Lomography as a way to play, an essay about society being in myself first and a number of assorted journal notes, with a focus on music. I've a first print run of twenty copies to trade on stock. Please contact me if you like to swap zines!

Comment by Don-O on June 18, 2015 at 10:43pm

Announcing the latest issue of my perzine TWILIGHT WORLD. This issue is taken up by a travelogue of three trips in two months; Laughlin, a small pit stop in Las Vegas and three weeks’ worth of New Orleans, LA!  There are also pictures, largely of New Orleans and many of its festivals and Easter parades (3 in one day. They love parades!)

 

This issue is 20 B&W pages and digest size and it comes with a $2 price tag with selective trades. For a $1, you can get the PDF version.

 

For further details, go to donosdump.com/TwilightWorld.html

 

Thanks and good luck

Don-O

 

P. S.: Sorry for the arrows on the cover. I got bored.

Comment by Karla Keffer on June 14, 2015 at 8:06am

At the printer's now - The Real Ramona #2 - The Gone with the Wind issue!

In which we learn about my extensive imaginings as Scarlett O'Hara and join me on a quest to slim down the Atkins way and quit smoking the Nicorette/cold turkey way.  Surprisingly few cats. 48 pages.

Trades welcome. PM me or email me at therealramonazine@gmail.com. $2.00 in my Etsy shop!


 

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