I've left it at the following places:
Galaxy of Comics (saticoy and Louise)
Atomic Cycles (saticoy and Louise)
CD trader (Ventura & Wilbur)
Nathan's Tattoo (Sherman Way & Topanga cyn)
Cobalt Cafe (Sherman Way & Topanga cyn)
Scotland yard (as above)
Orange 20 (Helitrope and Melrose)
Bike Styler (Melrose and Highland)
Bike Kitchen (melrose and Helitrope)
Second Spin (Ventura &… Continue
Added by Paul de Valera on February 20, 2009 at 7:59am —
I'm not sure if I should have a second blog, since I already have one on blogger
. Although not a lot of people read that blog.
I guess I should do a self introduction. Hi my name is Winkie, and I draw comics under various names. There are times when I am paranoid because I'm afraid of real life people finding out that I draw certain things and inevitably shock them too much, so I like using pen names. I have a one book per… Continue
Added by Wai Au on February 19, 2009 at 11:00pm —
I thought it'd be fun to join in on the abc theme zines and didn't realize just how hard it is to come up with ideas! i did come up with a list of songs (one song for each letter) that i like and that was even a difficult challenge. I'm working on it. I was hoping to have it done by tomorrow (by birthday) but that's not happening!! Hopefully soon tho! :)
Added by Melanie on February 19, 2009 at 4:17pm —
The title says it all, friends! Either comment or shoot me an e-mail at calendargirlzine AT gmail DOT com if you would like a copy.
Numero Huit is in the works, but it probably won't get done until April when I am done school.
Srsly, I only have 6 weeks left of my first year of university. Where did the time go?!
Added by Louise Von A on February 18, 2009 at 10:59pm —
hearts &butcher knives,
Added by Hannah Neurotica on February 18, 2009 at 1:27pm —
#6 has been out for a few weeks now and it's been going so good. i've already sent out shitloads of copies and gotten some really great responses so far. it's made me so happy and i've felt more productive than i have all winter.
yesterday i did a second print run. i went to office max/copy max and the first machine i chose decided to gain a mind of it's own halfway though my copy session [printing more copies uncontrollably, printing double sided copies of the… Continue
Added by ashlee swanson on February 18, 2009 at 1:14pm —
The new issue of Zine World
is hot off the high-speed photocopier! (See details at the ZW website
.) This issue is smaller than the last one, but that's only because the last one was so delayed it built up more content. I really like the cover art for this one; I think it looks totally rad. Tomorrow is my day off work, so I'll be working on stapling, taping, stuffing envelopes, etc., so I can get… Continue
Added by Jerianne on February 17, 2009 at 5:14pm —
Im so excited- my first time to the middle east. I know nothing about middle eastern culture. Im just hopping on a plane for 16-18 hours for shits and gigs. To make a long story short my family has the hookup for free tickets anywhere, thats one privilage i was born with. My adventure is definately going to be turned into a zine. I was wondering if anybody has been to Jordan who can tell me what to expect. ?
Update- was awesome. Thats all i can say right now, theres too much to say.
Added by Jessica Marie on February 17, 2009 at 4:30pm —
This is from a questionnaire I had to answer from BOOKLYN Artists Alliance, a book art project in Brooklyn NY. I wrote the response last year, in February 2008. It's basically about why I bother to write my zine, Shotgun Seamstress.
Shotgun Seamstress is a zine for people more or less like myself: Black, queer,
feminist, artist, musician, outsider. It is a zine primarily for Black people who
do not fit into white people's stereotypes of what a Black person should be, and… Continue
Added by Shotgun Seamstress on February 17, 2009 at 1:00pm —
When was the last time I made a zine? 2004? Maybe 2006? I don’t really remember. Well, all that’s about to change.
Added by Julie Sandburg on February 17, 2009 at 11:52am —
I guess I am probably preaching to the choir on this one, but what happened to trading? Recently I have been met with a lot of people that dont want to trade their zines, and I can respect that I suppose. I am just confused...isnt that sort of what zines are all about? Is there some hidden wealth of money to be made in this and I just haven't been informed yet? As far as I have ever tried, even breaking even in the world of zines and comix is just an uphill battle. I have have seen my comix… Continue
Added by Adam Pasion on February 17, 2009 at 9:37am —
Wanna buy some wacky, dirty Underground Comix or original art from that drooling deviant, Dexter Cockburn? Just zip on over to: http://thecomixcompany.ecrater.com.
Added by Dexter Cockburn on February 16, 2009 at 4:30pm —
Just wanted to let everyone know that the third issue of my zine is ready! I haven't mailed it out to distros yet, so for the time being, the third issue is only available through me. Go to Shotgun Seamstress on MySpace
to buy a copy.
Message me if you'd like to trade or if you don't have any cash.
Scans of pages from Issues 2 & 3 are on my We Make Zines page.
Issues 1 & 2 are currently… Continue
Added by Shotgun Seamstress on February 15, 2009 at 3:44pm —
A tale about our travels to southern Utah (Capitol Reef Park), Mesa Verde Nat'l Monument, Tent Rocks in New Mexico, the Portland Zine Symposium 2008, and the Ochoco Mountains of Oregon. Photos, including a page of full color just so you can see the spectacular colors of the Southwest desert and Oregon's Painted Hills, a short, funny travelogue, and two pages of zine reviews.
Trade or $2 to: PO Box 5841
Eugene OR 97405 usa
Added by Ryan Mishap on February 15, 2009 at 10:40am —
Inspiration seems absent lately, so I have joined this community. I could stand to make some new friends and share ideas.
Added by S. M. on February 14, 2009 at 10:08pm —
THAT'S RIGHT!!!... Dexter Cockburn's original art is now available FOR SALE! Own a piece of perversion that you can display with pride! Please check out the LJ Art Gallery (dexter-cockburn.livejournal.com/23604.html) to see what's on the block!
Dexter's ALSO doing commissions! Commission Rates are available upon request. Please email your request to: firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll go from… Continue
Added by Dexter Cockburn on February 14, 2009 at 3:04pm —
Many years ago Love letters to Irony was going to be the name of the compilation of Brainscan zines... but that is not ever going to come out so I thought I would use the title for something. It is the name of my new blog type thing. You can find it here.
I have a livejournal that I have had for many years but it is mostly friends only. it holds secrets and exasperation and semi-filtered thoughts that fall out of my head. Love letters to… Continue
Added by Alex Wrekk on February 14, 2009 at 2:47pm —
The Topeka & Shawnee County (Kansas) Public Library's Sabatini Gallery is hosting an exhibit featuring photographs from the Book Girl Culture
by Lauren Greenfield. The exhibit will run March 6 through April 17, 2009. Telling Secrets: A Body Image Postcard Project is part of the Girl Culture
I got one of the submission postcards at the Percolator gallery. (The Lawrence Percolator is the project space of the Lawrence Corporation for the Advancement of the Visual… Continue
Added by Amazing Sunflower on February 13, 2009 at 9:00pm —
Cupcake Revelations is the zine of long time zinester and culture writer Lola Batling
No.3 (Title: III) is out now!
What's it about?
My third issue which features talk of the future. Upcoming CR segments and a zine baby! As well as talk of the past $2.00
Check it & buy (please!) here
Added by Lola "Batling" Jones on February 13, 2009 at 1:47pm —
While on the subject of Cristy C. Road, I thought I would also add this review that I wrote of Indestructible. This review originally appeared in Zine World #24.
Indestructible: This short illustrated novel by long-time zinester Cristy C. Road tells the coming-of-age story of a young, queer, punk woman of color having adventures and struggling through adolescents in the 1990s. I found the writing unremarkable, but the illustrations are phenomenal. The book is worth the asking price… Continue
Added by Amazing Sunflower on February 13, 2009 at 1:45pm —