Loserdom Dublin DIY punk zine
Loserdom is a zine from Dublin, Ireland by two brothers: Anto and Eugene "the Loser Bros". We started the zine in June 1996 and have done 18 issues not including the 8 issues we did on our own (Eugène did 5 zines of different names and Anto did 3 issues of a zine called Promise Me Skies).
The zine is mainly about DIY punk, cycling, antiwar and political stuff and zines in general.
#17: interviews with Caoimhe Butterly, (a peace activist working in Lebanon with Palestinian refugees) and Deko (Paranoid Visions/ex-Striknien DC). Comics included the follow up "Le Tour Punk 2" of the Loserdom #12 comic, the time travel comic "Back To The Cycleworks" and the second "Token Feminist Hero." The zine also had an article on the Spanish Revolution and zine and book reviews. It is 112 pages and costs €3 or €4 postpaid.
#18: shorter than usual issue with 'End the Occupation of Iraq, five years on' (article/book reviews), report from the London Zine Symposium, Cork Ladyfest, cycling journal by Eugene, Anto in the Netherlands comic, Token Feminist Hero comic by Laura, and a Postcard from Rome by Pat. Also lots of zine reviews as usual. This issue is €2 or €3 postpaid.
We're always interested in trading with other zines so if interested get in touch!