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"I don't have piercings or tattoos, nor do I plan on getting any in the near or distant future, still I found this zine quite interesting and informative. Stacy really knows her stuff and has produced a thorough and incredibly useful zine about caring for tattoos and piercings so that you don't end up regretting your decision or cursing your luck when things go wrong. She starts by explaining the healing process and then goes into detail about various products and nutrients that are useful…Continue
i've found a few sites that sell zines from the 60's all the way to the mid 90's. some are quite expensive (up to $150) while others are rather reasonably priced ($15-25).
does anyone here collect/buy vintage zines?
where do you get them?
I love libraries (or any kind of collection, really) so naturally, i love zine libraries.
For me, zines are about sharing information and ideas within a community (if not a global community), and there is no better community for sharing information and ideas than a library. And better yet, I think the thing i I love most about libraries is that it goes with the principal that people are naturally good, and will return the books, so they're free for anyone to use.
this is mostly just to keep track for myself, but i've sent zines out to the following people and have yet to hear a response. if one of these people is you, please let me know if you got my zine or not, and what you thought of it:
Smells LIke Zines Distro - Australia
Buyolympia.com - USA
Sinoun - USA (trade for "insomnia & the oneirophilliac")
Last Gasp - USA
twelveohtwo - Canada
Jess - USA (trade for "fireweed")
Davida - USA…Continue