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new issue of Amonature
august 2015 Roman time
"All That Glitters Isn't Gold"
featuring collage art/essay focusing on the value of monetary systems and cooperation.
12 pages b&w, am open to trades or buy for $1.50
Amonature, a periodical…Continue
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Gratis Vagrant Issue 1: Family and Friends
So this was once formed on Tumblr and reblogged a few times, but then I decided to shut it down. But now I’m bringing it back as I work on the literary comp-zine for Lilliputians, it’s taking forever. However, instead of immediately making an e-zine, all submissions will posted be here…Continue
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I finally earned my degree in Environmental Science and the battery of guest and relatives visiting for the occasion has only just begun to slow down.
BUT I'M BACK!!! And I'm excited to get back to working on the zine library, getting it catalogued and displayed.
I need to go by the mail box, but I'm pretty certain I have enough zines to begin the show, and we're always accepting donations.
Tally Zine Library
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We’re getting ready for the first zine fest here in Olympia, Washington, and we wanted to invite you all to join us! The fest is October 23-35, featuring a kick-off event with V. Vale at the library, a tabling expo, workshops, and more to-be-announced.
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Washington state zinesters, create a zine that includes any aspect of Washington state history for this first ever zine contest! Sponsored by the Washington State Library, Timberland Regional Libraries, and the Washington State Archives. Deadline's the end of August!
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Well, a lot of shit has been going down in Jerusalem and I didn't get to any of the last IZM activities as a result.
On Wednesday night, I went to a show at a local bar with my husband. That was kind of a waste because we thought it was supposed to be a progressive metal show. Instead it turned out to be totally emo and our ears were bleeding so we left early but the night was already over by then.
On Thursday, right after work, I went to the Jerusalem…Continue
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So my dog is finally doing much better, thanks the Goddess, which means that I can get on with my IZM!
The activities I missed out on are:
1) Submit something to a compilation zine: I'll have to ask/look around for such.
2) Cook with a recipe from a zine: I think I recall seeing a cool vegan recipe in one Amber's Fight Boredom zines.
3) Post photo of me with my zine: That's today's activity. I should have no problem doing that!
I should haul ass…Continue
Added by Hadass Ben-Ari on July 29, 2015 at 5:17am — No Comments
More and more I've to admit that writing zines appears to be a lifetime’s job! Until today I’ve published three perzines: ‘Veill’ (July 2014), ‘Fixing A Hole’ (July 2015) and ‘Full Size Render’ (August 2015). These three zines show, with each issue, an without doubt increasing amount of honesty and individuality. I’m absolutely delighted with each of them but I still feel not fully satisfied, even the contents of these three perzines apparently don’t add up to what I want to say... I’m…Continue
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