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This is a space to invite everybody to show their zine off_ Add pictures and descriptions_ I am trying to get a better idea of what people put in their zines and why_ Add links to website/blogs_ Open up discussion on collaborations +++++++++++++

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The Chicago Alt. School Zine

Started by Genevieve Kane May 11.

CRUST: view vol uno & info on vol deux 2 Replies

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Little Grrrl Lost & Found (Iss. No. 5) 2 Replies

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Comment by Chrysothème A. on April 30, 2013 at 4:19pm

new edition of The Itinerant Postcard #2 is available: http://TheUselessDress.etsy.com

Comment by Jeremiah Walton on April 28, 2013 at 7:10pm

Too Obscene is a zine of poetry and flash fiction that were deemed "too obscene" for publication by other zines, lit mags, and presses.


Comment by Nielzine on April 27, 2013 at 9:19pm
Comment by fishspit on April 17, 2013 at 1:54am

Wiseblood!  About smoking crack, shootin' dope, and goin' to jail!

As my good friend Captain Sensible says, "Smash it up!"

1304 175th Pl. NE, Bellevue, WA, 98008


Comment by megan on March 21, 2013 at 10:49pm

excited to trade whatever saves #4: pathology!  a compilation of multiple authors' perzine musings on body issues, mental health, hypochondria, black eyes, and the state of zine culture today, accompanied by amazing photographs by actual artists.  

especially looking to trade for other perzines, comix, recipes, art.  message me here or drop me a line at whateversaves@gmail.com.  thanks!

Comment by DOCS Journal of Microbiography on March 6, 2013 at 11:06am

DOCS: The Journal of Microbiography - "A strange and free-form 'Microbiography' zine -it's like a geneology archive with a bacterial infection: buttery blend of lying, [&] truthing" - Quimby's books. 

In this issue:

Albert Einstein - photography, police report, poetry

Miriam Piosenka - collages

Freedom, OK - short story/horror

Moe Flepp - lyrics, journal entry, guitar tab

Iris B - mixed media collage

Lorenzo Brandy - mail art envelopes


Comment by Arcane Angles Zine on March 2, 2013 at 12:45pm

Summed up, it covers lesser known items about the Paranormal, the Occult, and the Bizarre with detailed research, some of my personal experiences, and some conjecture.

The 1st issue covers:

1) EVPs (electronic voice phenomena)...i.e. voices of spirits- "What you don't know". This is written with a lot of first hand knowledge, as I have been working with EVPs for about 2 years, and have a lot of luck through communicating with the dead through special electronic devices. Another recurring theme of the zine is simple "how-to" explanations...such as how to records EVPs, as well as other simple paranormal endeavors.

2) The Dark Side of the Roman Catholic Church - This once again covers some of experiences in the Church, then goes into a long explanation of how some Satanists hide within the Church getting into little-known French Occult figures from the 19th century.

3) Left Handed Vodun (ie the evil side of Voodoo) - Here I try to tease out the degree of Voodoo being practiced in Houston and Texas in general, as this is where I'm from. I trash a woman I call the "Vagisil Cream Woman" and speculate that voodoo might be practiced in the cemeteries in Galveston, TX, an Island nearby Houston. These cemeteries contain many mausoleums that are loosely secured, devoid of caskets or bones.

This is also a sub-genre of the magazine...macabre items.

4) the last part of the first issue is entitled "The Minority of the Living: Life Amongst Necropolises", and covers briefly the strange topic of people who have, and do live in cemeteries.

More details on the zine:

I'm trying to make every issue roughly 16 pages back and front on 8 1/2 by 11 paper in 10 pt. font. The first issue does not contain any original artwork by me, but does have some rare and little-known photos that are quite interesting. Later issues I plan to have more of my original artwork. I'm trying to do four issues a year, i.e. a quartlerly publication.

Comment by Windowfog on February 27, 2013 at 3:27pm

v1.4: Winter issue of "& Octopus" zine. This small, illustrated and handwritten zine is brewed with toe of thought, tails of whimsy, and eye of nostalgia. It's a lighthearted publication with personal anecdotes about childhood nostalgia, everyday moments, quirky doodles, among other things.

::FEATURED in this issue::
+ Winter Annoyances
+ Cheesy Songs (that I love)
+ Life Road Map
+ Tarot Forecast
+ More personal anecdotes like in previous issues

+ 5.5" x 4.25" or 14 cm x 10.5 cm (1/4 page size)
+ Hand detailed and colored cover on 67lb coverstock
+ Illustrated black and white pages
+ 16 full inside pages (8 pages printed front and back)
+ Hand-bound spine in string
+ Printed from an inkjet printer

Get a copy through my Etsy: windowfog.etsy.com or or send me an e-mail: windowfog [[[at]]] gmail [[dot]] com.

Comment by Anna F. on February 18, 2013 at 9:07am

also, to see more of my zine, go to the zine blog.

Comment by Anna F. on February 18, 2013 at 9:06am

This is a 24 page zine about life in the suburbs. Buy at my shop or email me for a trade at feldma4@gmail.com.

It includes

-playlist (pictured below)


-articles about things like gay marriage and sexual idenity

-a short story




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