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Radical Southern Zine Archive


Radical Southern Zine Archive

The goal of the collection is to gather together the work of individuals who are writing in the South, writing about the South and zinsters who are Southerners living across the world.

Location: Tuscaloosa, Alabama
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Latest Activity: Apr 3, 2016

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Comment by Brandy Erdmann on December 30, 2011 at 8:44pm

Hi There!

Pixelated is looking for submissions for issue #3. The theme is: "My favorite thing." I'm looking for artwork, short writings (can fit on 1-2 quarter-pages), recipes, reviews, puzzles, or anything else that can fit the format and theme. Each contributor will receive full credit and a free copy of the zine. Please contact me for more information or check out my Etsy page, theathensbazaar.etsy.com, to see samples of past issues.

Comment by deb jacobs on August 24, 2011 at 8:20pm
hey brandy-i'm in birmingham. i haven't done a new zine in awhile. if you ever come to b'ham, look me up!
Comment by Brandy Erdmann on August 24, 2011 at 7:57pm
Hi there. I just joined we make zine and was happy to find a group for Southern zinesters. I grew up in Mobile, Alabama and currently live in Athens, Georgia. It would be so awesome to meet other folks that share my love for creating, reading, and trading zines.
Comment by Erik Gamlem on August 11, 2011 at 6:01pm
Hey folks, I am starting a zine distro and want to focus on zines from places not unlike Albuquerque, NM. Basically small cities, towns, rural areas, off the map people that have different stories to tell. Contact me if you do a zine so we can talk. Distro hopes to be online by next month and debut at ABQ zine fest.
Comment by Joshua D on July 6, 2011 at 2:35pm



We did get your zines.  I sent you an email back saying thanks and just saw that it came back to me and was in my junk mail.  That is totally my bad.  The zines you sent were awesome and I wanted to talk to you about back issues and any future issues that we might be able to get from you.  Maybe we can find some time to talk about that soon.  Thank you so much for your zines!

Comment by Rochelle M. on July 6, 2011 at 12:48pm

Hello everyone!


I just sent some zines from Florida to the archive recently...did you get them?

Also, our local chapter of SDS just came out with its one year anniversary issue, if you're interested in that and the others I forgot to put in the mail.


Have a nice day- Rochelle Fallout.

Comment by Joshua D on June 28, 2011 at 8:46am
We just got a huge donation of zines from Louisiana, and another from Tennessee.  Things are going great for the archive and a big thank you to everyone who is supporting the work that we are doing here at UA.  Keep the zines coming!
Comment by Jerianne on April 27, 2011 at 10:40am

Announcing the first Handmade & Bound Nashville festival! Saturday, Oct. 1, at Watkins College of Art, Design, & Film in Nashville, Tenn. This festival is for publishers of zines and mini-comics, creators of artists' books, and other handmade printed media. Registration now open! More info at handmadeboundnashville.wordpress.com.

In addition to the festival, Watkins is sponsoring a juried book arts & zine exhibition, on the theme Encoded Structures: Interpreting the Story, to be held in the Watkins gallery during the month of October. Submissions are being accepted now through August 1.

Comment by Joshua D on September 5, 2010 at 8:14am
deb I am sure you are radical enough for us :) We would love to have your zines in the collection.
Comment by deb jacobs on September 4, 2010 at 9:15pm
note:my zine is not radical=)

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