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Started by Lance Meadows. Last reply by fishspit Jul 31, 2013.
Started by Cheering and Waving Press Feb 7, 2013.
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
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
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.
Soon Enough This Will All Feel Very Far Away ZINE and Dreamscapes the DEBUT ALBUM by yours truly! Take a trip into the past several years of my life through words and music. I've been piecing together this music for some time now — so if you're into jazz-infused, soulful yet spacey instrumentals PLEASE drop me a message. Also, features conversation snippets with home-bums and lovers I've had the pleasure to call friends in my time spent hitch-hiking the United States. "Soon Enough.." zine offers a complimentary narrative, introducing you to the wonderful people who have inspired me so. UP FOR TRADE or $5 for both!
check out the music here! — https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YAjAbi5n6a8
Green Jewel Issue #1 (2013) my first ever zine and it was made from a cut ' n 'paste original.It's arty, it has photographs, tips, eco-friendly ideas. songs I liked, Books I recommend reading, a poem and cool projects!If anyone is interested I'd love to trade green jewel for other zines! :)
Wiseblood! bringing you chaotic stories since 1984! Issue 64 is out now. always free! trades? hell yeah! contact me here or send me a zine. Fishspit, 1304 175th Pl. NE, Bellevue WA 98008!
the Ken Chronicles #38 (Feb, 2016 issue) is nearly ready for mailing to my subscribers & regular trading partners. Digest-sized with 24 pages (plus cover wrap) and lots of photos, this one has lots of travel-related stories (to Montauk, Newport, NYC, Connecticut & Maine), reviews of an off-Broadway play, music, books & zines, plus some oddities and LOCs. Available to USA for $3 or possible trade (what have you got?)
Mishap #34 is finished. Interviews with Warrior Sisters (self-defense group), La Armada (latino hardcore fury), Juggling Jugulars (punk rock from Finland), InterSectFest (Punx of Color gathering in Portland, OR), and two local eugene, OR bands.
PO Box 5841
Hey! the latest issue of my Ken Chronicles (#37, November, 2015) is out & on its way to my subscribers and regular traders. Available to all for $3 (postpaid to the USA) or possible trade (what have you got?). This one deals with thoughts on life & death, good & evil; also some book, film & zine reviews, as well as some random topics and oddities.
I am looking to trade my perzine - I Need A Grief Buddy for other zines about sibling grief. Zines will be added to a growing resource being creating for a local hospice library.
If you would like to have an excerpt from your zine be considered for a collaborative zine on sibling grief, please see details regarding the submission at Grief Zines or contact me through my We Make Zines personal page to trade. Thank you for considering that siblings grieve too.
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