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

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Comment by Jeremy Scott Nichols on May 27, 2010 at 8:41pm


Newest issue of Potential Mode.
Comment by kitty magic on March 15, 2010 at 6:30pm
my zine looks like this...

and also, i have a myspace page for it, myspaceeeeooooo!!!!!! anyway, my zine is a music/art fanzine. a fanzine for anything i like!!
Comment by Filka on February 28, 2010 at 8:03pm
WUH-HEY

Zine #3
Bird_Habit #1 - Dreams of Dust
The first in the series.
Based on 4 dreams that are re-interpreted/re-worked to step outside of any dream interpretation book.

EXCERPT -
'...Bird_Habit was shown to me from a dream
Set soaring, I am told stories to share and pictures to tie it together
Zine #3 for me but a 1st it is for the series –
A place to shape dreams and cut a path for the future
Home truths
Memory + mimic
Shapes from an ago, almost forgotten…until now

A watchful eye is a hand waiting
Sounding out my song
Peck…Peck…Peck...'


Black + white laser printed on 110gsm paper.
A6 Portrait format
10 pages (20 sides)
6 full page illustrations PLUS a 2 page Illustrated middle spread.
Included are - 1 Book token
Pledge
Sneak peak at Issue #2




Only the black cover version is available for sale/trade
Comment by Filka on February 9, 2010 at 5:15am
This is a little late but Haich.2 - ...oF SCIENCE + SHADOWS...
SAME FORMAT AS MY 1ST - 8 PAGES
aRT ZINE -

Comment by Tight Pantsy Drew on December 8, 2009 at 11:45pm
Duh forgot to say at www.deardrunkgirl.etsy.com
Comment by Tight Pantsy Drew on December 8, 2009 at 11:42pm
Hello there!

I write the Tight Pantsy Drew Mysteries, a serialized "cozy" mystery fiction zine series (phew, mouthful!) set in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NYC, NY, that include both pictures and plot. Only 3 so far, but more in the works. The mystery is far from solved!

Cats love 'em!


Here's a synopsis for each:

#1. L Hath No Fury!
Or...THE CASE OF THE LEGIT BIG COAT! Drew Hardy--art student, party girl, co-owner of the up-and-coming gallery The Buttered Ram--wakes up one morning to find that shit is for seerz not LOL on the L train! Can she battle her hangover and figure out WTF is up in Williamsburg, Brooklyn...or will she end up totes SOL?!!!

#2. DIY or DIE
The plot thickens! Drew Hardy and pal Shaggy Watson find out OMG! Dead guy Ghetto Futurist is totes tied up in their world of sparrow street performance and all-out total bloody freegan yarnage!

#3. Flickrd Out!
Tight-pants wearing, loft-living Drew Hardy is fed the eff up with all the squid art lately, and WTF is up with Shaggy's text: "All that flick'rs isn't gold?" Will she crack(in) the case of the dead robot graffiti artist in #3??? Or will you have to wait until #4...or #5...or even #6? Either way, tons of fun and some contributions by a couple of great artist friends (I got tired of doing it all!)

So you can buy millions of these for friends at for a steal of a deal! Also one day I will start making jewelry again.

Comment by On Lives on November 21, 2009 at 9:40pm


The “Subway Supplement” was originally intended for subway readers. But don’t let the name mislead you. It is a collection of ten insightful and tightly written essays by Michael Parish and ten vibrant illustrations by Dan Tarnowski. In addition to full-color front and back cover artwork, there is also a never-before-seen centerfold pull out poster for that empty spot on the wall above your bed.

Find it at onlives.net
Comment by Carl-Man on October 5, 2009 at 3:24am

A Fistful of Buttons is a collaborative effort between a fair few year 11 students, put together by myself and a kid called Tristram.
Basically, we accept almost anything from them and make it work.
What we end up with is a really insteresting mix of things moving from stories about drug addiction to comics about cartoon juiceboxes, that all seems to flow together in the end.
We post all our issues up on the net once we print them so check out http://www.fistfulofbuttons.blogspot.com/
Comment by Bird in the Hand Zine Shop on March 19, 2009 at 7:31pm


I make a zine called Comparisons Between Humans & Robots, another called Everything was Beautiful & Nothing Hurt, Notes & Errata and a bunch of others. I'm from Sydney. I run my own zine distro. www.zines.wordpress.com. My housemate made me realise last night that my zines don't fulfill a purpose - more than enjoyment on mine and others part. They don't teach you how to do something or inflict political views on others. So I think my next zine will be a how to guide to something... something more fulfilling, I don't know how it'll go!
Comment by Filka on March 18, 2009 at 7:43pm
I guess i will start
I am a Brisbane "Artist" who creates works from + on paper primarily-
My first zine is called 'Haich_and the Mechinations of History'
You can see pictures here

finished.html"">This link will take you to view it more intimatley
It will show you each page :)
 

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