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The second issue of my new zine Printaissance is ready to ship! It is a per/lit zine mixing personal anecdotes, original poetry, and some ranty socio-political commentary and myth busting to bring this new issue to life. It is titled 56 Herbs and is focused on that favorite gateway drug of choice for millions of people across the globe, Marijuana!
Issue 2 (28 half page pages /$3 or trade)
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Things You Say zine distro
I just redesigned our website - please let me know what you think!
I'm always looking to add…Continue
Added by Erin H on February 26, 2011 at 3:05pm — No Comments
Hey, just a friendly notice about the new zines available at Black Light Diner distro!!
ROOTS OF HOPE #3 (Portland, OR)
ond Latin America travel zine starts off with a visually stunning cover. Seriously, my jaw dropped when I saw it: every issue comes with a…Continue
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Do you have a photo or can you draw a neat header like image that shows a zine work space? You know, paper, scissors, cut images and text, glue, etc...
I am thinking of using it for a We Make Zines redesign. I would like the image to be a little vague in the content of the zine so can seem a general zine layout instead of looking very much like a certain zine. Make sense?
As for size, not sure exactly, but I'm guessing about 750 x 300. No need to include the name We…Continue
Added by Krissy PonyBoy Press on February 23, 2011 at 2:49pm — No Comments
Always a favorite around these parts, the new issue of Rad Dad arrived last night. We couldn't be more pleased.
"Rad Dad, a zine on radical parenting, is something I can't say enough good things about. It's about parenting,…
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Dear friends of the PCA,
To coincide with the June Issue of IMPRINT, which is themed ‘Artists Books’, The Print Council of Australia is encouraging its members and friends to produce zines in an enormous random zine exchange.…Continue
Usually we don't re-publish content from the zine on our website, but with our new issue of Zine World, we felt we had to make an exception:
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If you got a few bucks, bid. If you don't, spread the word. It's for a good cause.
Here's the link:
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I've been looking for an excuse to use one of those coupon codes on Etsy for a while now and I guess being on the verge of our 500th sale on there is a good enough one. So, until the end of the month, you get 15% off any purchase, whenever you use the code below.
When we started it last year, I thought it would just be a few extra sales, so it's been a wonderful surprise. Thanks.…Continue
Added by Ms Valerie Park Distro on February 19, 2011 at 1:10pm — No Comments
So I'm just finishing up a project that has taken two years to finish, a study into the artist currently known as Prince. Simply called The Prince Zine, it'll be coming out on Saturday, March 12th. Events have just been created on the Ms Valerie Park Distro Facebook for the reading and the release party. If you're in the…Continue
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I e-mailed Joe Smith, publisher of the Aardvark and owner of Manual Publishing blog, November, 2009:
I wrote the following comment on your blog entry, November, about library closings. I tried to enter it in the comments text box, but there was this scroll down menu I was supposed select something from that I didn't understand. I tried various choices, but it kept saying I got it wrong in red. Not complaining, just…
Psionic Plastic Joy #16
Tabloid sized zine from New York’s Jason Rodgers that tackles the internet and our dependence on it (Jason has no email etc and sees no need for it), throws up some great mail art, conspiracy theories, cut and pasted words, theories, lives and enough grit to make your head swirl. Finishes with a review of the doco Harlan County USA and an interview with Reality Impaired recordings Stan Bowman that adds a nice final touch. PPJ always makes my head spin…Continue
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