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Added by Tom Hendricks on May 24, 2013 at 9:14pm — No Comments
I'm pretty excited because the OOAK Gallery just has it's first zine contribution arrive today: Best Dream Ever, a mini-comic by Don Picton. I don't have pictures of it up yet and I should be putting it up for sale in the distro before a few days.
I had approached Don Picton, the maker of Best Dream Ever, about selling a few in my distro because it was perfect. The comix itself is a little larger than the size of my hand and, well, the OOAK Gallery specializes in small…Continue
Added by Katrina Joyner on May 24, 2013 at 4:30pm — No Comments
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To submit, email firstname.lastname@example.org up to 12 examples of your photography and/or your website. Keep in mind this is a color only / film only zine. The last day to submit to Issue Four is June 15th and it will be released at the end of July. More information can be found on our blog.…Continue
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Only 10 copies are…Continue
Added by Anvil Rosenkreuz on May 20, 2013 at 7:53am — No Comments
It has been years. Years of thinking, accumulating, mailing, writing, and drafting. But I have finally made some clear decisions about "my writing project," as I've been calling it. I have had a novel and a chapbook published in the traditional way: submission, acceptance, editing, promotion. But I've been wanting to do…Continue
Added by Theresa Williams on May 19, 2013 at 12:13pm — No Comments
Zines for Troops! sends free zines to military members and injured veterans. These exemplary civilians have participated by sending zine donations. Their zines are shined, showered, and ready for inspection by their lucky military recipients!
A 21-Gun Salute To:
Laura-Marie, Functionally Ill…Continue
Added by Kari Tervo on May 17, 2013 at 2:30pm — No Comments
Talking "White" is a collection of lyric poetry that takes a hard look at intra-cultural bullying within the African American community
With poems like "Ostracized" "Keeping it Real" and "The Post-Black Manifesto" Ma skillfully brings cultural identity politics to light. At the same time she honors literary ancestors including Langston Hughes, Jean Toomer and others in her own family who rose above their circumstances and overcame…Continue
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SO, we're Frickstarting our own fundraiser! And in true zinester style, we're doing it ourselves. Please follow the link and consider helping QZAP with a donation and by sharing this with your queer zine loving friends:
Added by Milo on May 13, 2013 at 8:51am — No Comments
28 pages, 1/4-sized, cardstock cover.
Nineteen small poems about love, fairy tales, witches, dolls, & other sundry subjects.
$2 or trade…Continue
"The Murky Realm," a biographical sketch of a tragic union with some creative engineering...
My parents never should have gotten married. But even though my father was gay and my mother was chemically imbalanced, this was the 60s, when single men in their forties did not identify as queer and people with personality disorders were rarely diagnosed, much less treated. And marriage was inexorable. The tragedy, of course, is that five children came out of this…
Added by Kelly Dessaint on May 9, 2013 at 4:48pm — No Comments