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Revenge Of Print!

2011 has been declared the Revenge of Print, because we're all tired of "the end of publishing as we know it" stories. Revenge of Print is a campaign to get as many people as possible to self-publish in 2011!

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Started by Cheering and Waving Press Feb 7, 2013.

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Comment by Rae Logios on January 11, 2011 at 8:13pm
my first official contribution to the revenge of print movement is done!  suburban gothic is back after a six-year hiatus with the oft-delayed issue #7.  to save space, i'll link to the blog post with details here.  :D
Comment by False Start Distro on January 11, 2011 at 4:24pm
I just published my first zine in 6+ years!

Life, Death, Love & All of the Above is my first zine in over 6 years. A year and a half in the making, I began writing a series of vignettes in the summer of 2009 as I was falling in love with my boyfriend. That winter he was diagnosed with chronic myelogenous leukemia and I kept on writing. The latter portion of the zine tells the story of his diagnosis, initial hospitalization and bits of the following months. The zine ends with an explanation of CML and a little bit about where I'm at emotionally a year after his diagnosis.

This zine is a text-heavy 44 pages, half letter. $4 / paypal to meredith.wallace AT gmail DOT com
Comment by Teto Preto on January 11, 2011 at 4:30am

hi i live in brazili and we support so much the print zinees


this time will happen UGRA PRESS meeting in São Paulo

Comment by Jordan T Banks on January 3, 2011 at 2:32am
I'm loving the name of the group. This month I'll be starting a Literary Zine. :) I'm a newbie so are there any tips? thanks
Comment by Anastasia Weedsmith on December 23, 2010 at 4:08am

This sounds great!  i've recently published a non-fiction zine called "herbal healing for piercings and tattoos" and would like to get it out there.

friends have told me that its all information that i could have just put up on the internet, like with a blog or something, but i think its so great to be able to hold a physical reference (like a zine) in your hand or put it on your bookshelf.

Comment by Don Lee on December 10, 2010 at 10:26am
I signed onto this on Facebook too. Long live zines. The interweb's no substitute. Onward!
Comment by Rae Logios on December 8, 2010 at 8:16pm
thanks for starting this group! i've already pledged this on facebook, but i'll mention it here as well. i'm planning to make another issue of my old perzine, suburban gothic, as well as another issue of my new perzine, recinerated, and i'm hoping to reboot my old distro, girl gang. PRINT'S NOT DEAD!
Comment by Nic-Fit Comics on December 7, 2010 at 1:30pm
Nic-Fit Comics is all over that!!!
Comment by ramsey everydaypants on December 6, 2010 at 9:50am
I'm going to produce three one shot zines in addition to the next issue of List, List #15!

The one shots will be:
-Why You Should Move to My City (a collection of postcards I received back from List #14)
-A collection of short comics drawn over the winter
-an OK Cupid comic zine drawn with Leslie Perrine, Kettnerd, and Liz Prince

I'm also helping organize the Chicago Zine Fest and helping with the early stages of the IPRC in Chicago.
Comment by Neil Brideau on December 6, 2010 at 9:37am
Welcome to the Revenge of Print group! We're only 25 days away from 2011, so I figured we should get the ball rolling. In 2011, I'm going to be producing a monthly minicomic, help organize the Chicago Zine Fest, and an IPRC in Chicago, and I hope to produce my first text-heavy zine.

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