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The answer to, and winner (if any) for, our last contest question of:
This week's question is obscure, tough, and a lot of fun. Fantasy and Science Fiction magazine has been publishing since my birth year, 1949. It's the most widely read sci-fi magazine. In 1980 F&SF had a 30 year contest that went like this. Readers were asked to choose some science fiction concept that would be a reality by 2010, and win $2,010 for it. The magazine says that of the 2,700 entries, there were many…
Added by Tom Hendricks on February 29, 2012 at 11:07am — No Comments
I picked up some new zines from NYC Feminist Zine Fest this weekend, and just added them to the site:
Added by Sarah Arr! on February 28, 2012 at 1:19pm — No Comments
Finally getting around to restocking some stuff, after getting cleared out in the holiday/new year rush. Here's a list of some recent re-arrivals...Continue
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I am humbled to be amongst some of the most creative heads in Los Angeles. Check out my short story..http://inglewoodland.net/2012/02/27/zoeblaqueblaqvenus/
More good news!!! Abstract By Nature #1 received an awesome review from http://www.leekinginc.com/
Keep zines alive!!
Added by zoe blaq on February 27, 2012 at 9:57pm — No Comments
This has become an annual tradition here at Musea. We reprint or link to Melanie Pruit's movie blog, "Confessions of a Movie Queen", for her Oscar recap. Enjoy
(editor of the 19 year old zine Musea)
Added by Tom Hendricks on February 27, 2012 at 9:05pm — No Comments
In a mail conversation between members of the zine-collective I'm in, Waai, we discovered that three of us we're going to be in Berlin in the same week. We agreed not to meet up, but make a zine anyway. Two of us wrote letters to each other, the other one made photo's. The letters and photo's are collected in a zine. Because I wanted the zine to reflect the fact that it we're two distinct letters, I made up this double back: …Continue
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Larry issue five is A5, 32 pages long, and photocopied in black and white. As always, each copy is hand-tied, numbered, and has a little window cut out of the cartridge paper cover.
Writing in this issue includes social networking, zine fests, living with a smoker, and a bunch of other stuff, with illustrations throughout. I've done 50 copies, and would love to trade :)
Thanks for reading
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The Toronto Zine Library and Community Noise invite you to check out our benefit rockshow to raise funds for library upkeep.
The youth of Etobicoke play hardcore punk…Continue
Added by The Toronto Zine Library on February 25, 2012 at 9:35am — No Comments
last month's debut issue of NB sold out inside of a week which was rad - perhaps some of you liked it enough to keep going? This issue is all about pizza (well, half of it - 30 pages or so while the rest are regular features carrying over each issue). Last issue was the first and the layout was a bit simpler - as per the suggestion of a couple of great folks, there have been some variations in fonts and layout in order to break the reading experience up a bit! As was the case with the last…Continue
Added by Kriss Stress on February 24, 2012 at 11:46pm — No Comments
Sending out zines owed to folks. First names:
There are a couple of others I can't remember. Thanks to all for sending me your zines, LOCs, stamps, etc.
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I feel as though I have been in hibernation for the past few months... like I have been watching my life unfold ever so slowly before me. Things have changed so dramatically in my life that I almost feel like a completly new and different person. I am almost divorced... my teenage daughter is running a muck... I have a new assignment at work...I have found love (and fallen hard I might add)... and I have created a new zine after putting Little Grrrl Lost & Found to bed.
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i'm really looking forward to being a member of "we make zines". i'm currently in the process of making my own zine and hope to get it out soon!
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