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Comment by dystatic on June 21, 2016 at 7:55pm


i was wondering if anyone out there would like to trade stuff with me!  ..i just finished making another little square photozine (#3) with pictures of spring blossoms on trees.. 

and i also have another one..  it's got words!  i had found a stack of papers from oh? the early 2000s?  and it was all the writing to make the next zine in a series of zines i had done back then but i guess i never got around to finishing it.  (or lost it?)  so i decided to do it now.  also has lots of pictures that i got from my old(er) photo album from around that time i think? maybe?  ..it's called.. steady on #6

happy to trade!  send me a message, email me (dystatic at gmail dot com) or mail me right quick to ..  dystatic - po box 20083 rpo beverly - edmonton, ab canada - t5w 5e6

Comment by Mark Peril on June 20, 2016 at 8:37pm

Hey!  Just printed the first issue of mark's demise.  It's 14 pages, B&W, mostly pictures with a tour story and a comic.  I'm not selling, but would love to trade!  message me mark@marksdemise.com.

Comment by Ryan Mishap on June 11, 2016 at 2:23pm

Mishap #35, Chittering Madness, is finally complete and available for a donation, trade, or free if need be. 47 pages of birding, travel, puns, and three pages of color photos from places like Arches National Park, Death Valley, and the Oregon coast. Message me on here or write to: mishapzine@yahoo.com. PO Box 5841, Eugene OR 97405 usa

Comment by Cheering and Waving Press on June 2, 2016 at 1:33pm

Features of issue 21:

2016 Presidential Race
Global Wealth Inequality 
King 810 Raising Funds for Flint, MI Water Crisis
Flint, MI Water Crisis
Dr. Cornel West
New Music Featuring: [sole and DJ Pain 1, everything wilts, orange tooth, and spoken word by small houseplant]
Collage Art
Chelsea Manning

Please message or comment with your mailing address
if you would like to trade, or would like to be sent a free copy [limited print run of 20 (currently 6 left)].

A color copy can be specifically created and sent to you for 
$2.00 sent through paypal.  When sending a message for a zine request specify you want a color copy. CWP covers all shipping costs.

If you prefer to view online, you can view the whole issue here:


Comment by Secadora Fanzine on May 4, 2016 at 11:27am

Secadora Fanzine ready for trade. If you wanna email me in Info@secadorafanzine.org

Comment by dystatic on May 3, 2016 at 4:51am


i have some new little projects that i would be happy to trade with folks!

a little photozine called interlucent

it's photos of coloured lights.. 


a little artzine, fickle #3

there is a little more info here: http://dystatic.webs.com/zines.html

you can message me here!  

email me, dystatic at gmail.com

or mail me directly.. 


po box 20083 rpo beverly  

edmonton, ab canada

t5w 5e6

have a great day!~

Comment by Robert van Vaals on April 15, 2016 at 11:27am

My perzine 'Fixing A Hole' issue 2, the 'Edelweiss' edition, is available for free! In this new issue: 'From Anxiety To Zen', zen meditation as a tool against anxiety disorder (not); a review of Jett Rebel's 'Truck', his stunning latest album, and four, five more or less literary pieces on codependency. Please contact me to get your fresh copy!

Comment by Tom Bartlett on April 6, 2016 at 12:22am

Hi there.
Test press "Geceyarisi Masallar/ Midnight Tales 1972"
Literary Zine with some stories about mystery and horror
The "Mail" version comes with a red cover instead of orange.
If you are interested in trading, please send me an email.

Have a nice day.

Comment by Tom Bartlett on March 16, 2016 at 12:04am

Hello, Everyone!

I just finish my first zine and one interesting fact about that... - IT'S FREE-

It will be an ongoing series, every two months or so I'll post the new issue.

It's a literary zine, kinda hardboiled but more mystery that hardboiled,

about this guy/detective/psycho who try to stop the crime in his city.

This issue is in Spanish but I have the English version too for those who want to trade.

who want to trade.

If you are interested, please drop me a line at



Comment by The & Ranch on March 7, 2016 at 11:30am

I have two zines for trade (or you can buy them for $1 each). I will accept any trade so you can message me here or just go ahead and send it! 

The & Ranch

PO Box 203

Trumansburg, NY 14886

The Redwoods

In 2013 I drove up the California coast, and when I got to The Redwood National Forest I spent three days hiking in groves of giant trees, dictating wild stories into a voice recorder. 

Two years later I transcribed the tapes, the words then completely detached from the prior experience. I’ve edited and distilled, and matched the words with photographs I took on that trip. The resulting poem is an overlapping story of a lost hiker and the remnants of a great battle at the end of the earth.

12 pages, 5.5' x 4.25', black and white.

How A Thing Dies

How A Thing Dies is an experimental narrative (part poem, part photo-essay) evoking memories of home and feelings of loss. It is illustrated with photographs of decay taken around the Southeast, including Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia.

12 pages, 5.5' x 4.25', black and white.


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