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Comment by Michael Duckett on December 18, 2009 at 11:38am
I've done an A6 christmas zine, mostly about pagan traditions. I only printed 100 and most have gone in one drunken night of dancing, drinking and snowball fights. Giving them out to morris dancers in the street, leaving them in phone boxes...

But if anyone emails me a post address in the next 48 hours I'll happily send one to you.
Best,
Mike
Comment by paganfrog on November 15, 2009 at 7:51am
i need to move on some of my zines. i have about 6 grabbags of 5 zines in each, all different but mainly perzines.
id like £5 per grab bags (uk only shipping is included for each)
paypal payments prefered.
Comment by photogirl on November 6, 2009 at 5:52am
I'm running a zine table at 'A Fashionable A'Fayre' tomorrow - a new indie & craft mini market at LePub, Newport. Open from 12-5 with a DJ, open bar, vegan cookies from Mixed Up Mongrel and vintage & handmade goodies from Tinker's Infinity, Dirty Goods, Motel and many more. Free entry!
Comment by Edd - Last Hours on November 3, 2009 at 9:58am
Hey, Last Hours just published our first two books! One is a collection of Morgenmuffel comix zine (www.lasthours.org.uk/morgenmuffel), the other a collection of small-press comix against the police called Excessive Force (www.lasthours.org.uk/excessive-force), I think some people here might be interested in them!!
Comment by Emma Jane Falconer on October 30, 2009 at 5:14pm
Lend us a hand:
I started up www.zinery.co.uk this afternoon as a guide to zine stuff in the UK, it's still half built. There's going to be interviews with zinesters, some tips and tricks for making zines, but the most important thing is the regional guide. Of course I can't fill in the sections for all the places, so that's where I need your help.

Here's the page, there's a form to fill in with your tips, and I'd really appreciate it if people would fill in info, especially for places outside London and Kent & Sussex
http://zinery.moonfruit.com/#/uk-guide/4536608634
Comment by incurable hippie on October 22, 2009 at 2:54am
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Two new zines available: 50:50 Zine #2 - 50 ways to be happy, 50 ways to be sad. Single double-sided A4 sheet.

Change the World in 7 Days - 16 page A6 zine, with a 'change the world' task for every day of the week.

These two new ones, and three older ones can all be bought from rebelgrrlzine.co.uk, or contact me if you are interested in trading.

Comment by Astrild Carter on October 12, 2009 at 9:06pm
Oh, and how cool is the flyer?

Comment by Astrild Carter on October 12, 2009 at 9:05pm
Hi, apologies for the cross posting but just in case any of you hadn't seen, there is going to be a really great zine related club night in Camden, London on Saturday 17th. Lots of great music, like minded souls, zines and cupcakes, and super cheap too!

The wonderful Laura Paisley & Lydia Harris will be selecting the tunes for your dancing shoes, and you get a free cupcake on arrival. We are also having a zine stall for all your zine-y needs :)

Lots more info here: Girl Germs - Camden
Comment by eddie willson on October 11, 2009 at 2:16pm
Hello all,
I don't want to cross-post this too much but wanted to let you know I've just launched a little zine distro called Zinemonger, which only stocks free zines. All you do is browse the website http://zinemonger.blogspot.com , choose zines up to a weight of 90 grammes and supply the postage, either by sending a self-addressed envelope with a 47p large letter stamp, or by sending me the cost of postage by Paypal if you live overseas. Realistically it'll probably work easier for UK users. Full instructions are on the site. Please read them carefully as this will save time for all of us. Have fun!
Cheers,
Ed
Comment by incurable hippie on August 30, 2009 at 4:23am
I have three new zines ready!

You can see details and / or buy with paypal at rebelgrrlzine.co.uk or contact me on here if you are interested in trading, or just send trades (for similar) to me at
Pippa
PO Box 4663
Sheffield
S1 9FN
United Kingdom.

Basically, the three zines are:
Rebel Grrl Zine: The Survive Issue
This is a feminist zine aimed at survivors of sexual abuse and sexual violence. It is mainly aimed at women and girls, and is a 24 page A5 size zine, photocopied.

How to Write a Zine or THE ART OF PROCRASTINATION
This is ostensibly about the process of creating a zine, but is really all about procrastination - its joys and frustrations, and contains various procrastination tools and ideas within :)
This was written for the 24 hour zine project. It is a 24 page A6 zine, photocopied.

50:50 Zine #1
Double sided A4 page, 50 things I love on one side, 50 things I hate on the other. Simple as!

Photos to follow when I find my USB cable.
 

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