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Mamaphiles fundraiser
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Kate Haas Mar 8, 2010.

 

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"I thought you might find this interesting. This is a perzine I did about a demonic experience I had that led me to Christianity. True story. I used to be on the borderlines of agnostic and atheist, and I was raised Buddhist, but this experience led…"
May 2, 2013
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"If you would like to trade I'd be interested."
Aug 23, 2012
Kate Haas replied to Andrew Culture's discussion New Issue Announcement thread!
"Issue #21 of Miranda is out. Inside:   Promotion: My kid doesn’t hate school the way I do. Which feels like a huge achievement. A Visit to Vanity Fair: My glamorous sister dresses me for a night on the town. Just like when Meg goes to…"
Aug 23, 2012
Kate Haas replied to simfonisix's discussion Why Zine? not E-zine?
"I'm not out there banging the Zines Are Better Than Blogs drum, myself. Each has its place. Some zines are better than some blogs and the reverse. Me, I stick with my print zine because I started it before blogs and I'm a creature of…"
Nov 21, 2010
Kate Haas replied to The East Village Inky's discussion Zinester's Guide to NYC release...and release shindig!
"Congratulations, Ayun! Looks great!"
Oct 19, 2010
Kate Haas replied to Derek Neuland's discussion Portland Zine Symposium this weekend! Who's going?
"Alex, what time is the open mic at IPRC? I couldn't find any mention of it on their website or the Symposium site. Am I missing something? Thanks. "
Aug 25, 2010
Kate Haas replied to Derek Neuland's discussion Portland Zine Symposium this weekend! Who's going?
"I'll be there with my zine, Miranda. I'm excited because I got a new issue done just in time for this. And also to see how things are different in the new venue, if more people show up. And I'm always interested to see who ends up…"
Aug 24, 2010
Kate Haas replied to Andrew Culture's discussion New Issue Announcement thread!
"Issue #20 of Miranda: motherhood and other adventures, is just out. Within you'll find: A Little Stranger – A tale of medical drama. But not the kind you’d expect after hearing the word “tumor.” Sweet Chebakia –…"
Aug 21, 2010
Kate Haas replied to Foxy Mudslide's discussion Lit Zine recommendations?
"Fiction or nonfiction - or either? (And because I'm also shameless, my zine, Miranda, has been described as "literary" in many reviews.)"
Jul 25, 2010
Kate Haas replied to Tee Rex's discussion What do you do with zines you no longer want?
"There's a zine exchange box at my local library, so I've been putting them there lately. I also bring them to a swap co-op I belong to."
Jun 25, 2010
Kate Haas replied to Megan McGory's discussion Second print run questions
"No, I don't think that would be wrong at all! Many of us recognize that our first zines were...shall I say, not everything we'd wish them to be, when we look back on them from several years vantage point. And anything from 5 years ago is…"
Jun 9, 2010
Kate Haas replied to Saling Pusa Distro/closed's discussion Having someone you personally know read your perzines or zines in general?
"All my friends and family read my zine. In fact, the only people close to me who don't are my kids, because they're not old enough to find them interesting. (Although one of my sons enjoys the quote section at the back, because he's…"
Jun 3, 2010
Kate Haas replied to Tom Hendricks's discussion Zinesters here that have been publishing their zines for 15 or more years.
"I've been publishing Miranda, a zine about motherhood and other adventures, for 12 years, since 1998. It wasn't about motherhood to start with, but kind of evolved into that. Issue 20 will be out this summer. (www.katehaas.com)"
Jun 3, 2010
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Kate Haas replied to Weepy Gonzales's discussion What is the most exciting/depressing/life-changing thing you have ever recieved in the mail?
"Oh, I went! Best three years of my life in many ways. It's a terrific program and in many ways, it's what you make it. "
May 9, 2010
Kate Haas replied to Weepy Gonzales's discussion What is the most exciting/depressing/life-changing thing you have ever recieved in the mail?
"The letter from the Peace Corps inviting me to go to Morocco for two years."
May 4, 2010

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I publish Miranda, a zine about motherhood and other adventures I've been doing Miranda since 1998.

Miranda chronicles my more adventurous past as well as the complexities of my current job, motherhood. The zine features tales of Peace Corps Morocco, honest essays about parenthood, stories of lost companions, book reviews, recipes, and the confessions of a mother who’d rather be reading.

Information at www.katehaas.com

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Mamaphiles fundraiser

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At 4:44pm on May 2, 2013, Jennifer Dao said…

I thought you might find this interesting. This is a perzine I did about a demonic experience I had that led me to Christianity. True story. I used to be on the borderlines of agnostic and atheist, and I was raised Buddhist, but this experience led me to God. 

It's a very short zine, I hope it qualifies as one. You can read the PDF form here: The%20Incubus%20a%20testimony.pdf

At 7:51pm on August 23, 2012, Jon Foster said…
If you would like to trade I'd be interested.
At 7:40pm on May 10, 2010, KellyRose-Pulse Zine said…
i would LOVE to read your zine. are you interested in trading?
At 1:27am on April 14, 2010, Tee Rex said…
I just read an excerpt of mamaphiles 3 in Zine Yearbook 9 and totally teared up, it's one of the first zines I've read that has dealt with being a mum, let alone honestly. It was an incredible feeling to be reading my own thoughts echoed by somebody else.

I'm going to write you a letter/ send you a copy of my latest zine (it has a part in it about my thoughts on similar issues), Just let me know if your PO Box that is listed in the yearbook is no longer current!
At 4:49pm on July 22, 2009, Krissy PonyBoy Press said…
Hi Kate, welcome! Glad to see you here.
 
 
 

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