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March 2011 Blog Posts (70)

Eight-Stone Press publishes controversial "Hon" edition

~ Hon: Past, Present & Future expounds on issues brought to light by the trademarking of the word "Hon" ~

BALTIMORE, Md. – In an effort to document and mobilize the public sentiment generated in response to news of Café Hon owner Denise Whiting's trade-marking of the term… Continue

Added by Eight-Stone Press on March 31, 2011 at 9:40am — No Comments

why oni press should be firebombed

pounded,by brian wood and steve rolston,is possibly the shittiest comic book ever,in the history of comics.it's an affront to everything.those responsible for this crime must pay.the second you open it,you instantly puke.rapist kieren dwyer assaults us with a fucking rotten "intro",hoping for "i'm hoping to see alot of young girls getting thier asses...well,uh,pounded".the rotten fucked up shitty sexist plot is about a rich trust fund fake horrible unrealistic 1 dimensional axe spray ad type… Continue

Added by bobby madness on March 30, 2011 at 7:29am — 1 Comment

Flicker Snickers: Who Did Them?

There were a couple one-panel cartoons in the Seth Friedman Factsheet 5's called "Flicker Snickers".  They were sort of parodies of old 60's/70's-era newspaper cartoons, but brutally grim.  I've been thinking of appropriating them in a zine, but I thought (climate of opinion being what it is these days) that maybe I should ask the creator if he minded.  I've looked on Google and found a lot of "flicker snicker" references, but none seem to be to the cartoons or its creator I'm looking for. …


Added by James N. Dawson on March 29, 2011 at 3:42pm — No Comments

Submission Call - Get Fit For the Pit #2

Get Fit For the Pit is a zine dedicated to fitness and nutrition for folks in the punk/activist/etc scene.  I have noticed that our subculture puts a lot of emphasis on touring, traveling, going to shows, running on little sleep, etc.   These things do not always add up to a healthy lifestyle, especially as some of us are getting older.

I wanted to put a zine out about taking back our fitness and health.

Issue #2 is going to be all about nutrition.  Some ideas…


Added by NicoleIntrovert on March 29, 2011 at 12:26pm — No Comments

Poems - up to the end of March

Poems Written up to the end of March 2011

Matisse and the Fauves
   did for color
What Picasso and Braque
   did for form.
though I
live alone
I still own
two chairs
a late supper
alone in the cafe
clink go glasses
in another booth
paper dolls

Added by Tom Hendricks on March 29, 2011 at 10:45am — No Comments

new zine 'settle down young lovers' out now.

so my third zine entitled 'settle down young lovers' is out now.


it's my writing in the form of poetry/vignettes/short stories and illustrations by lucile maiseau.


It's limited to 50, comes with a exclusive postcard and 2 pin badges. Only available through Anchors Aweigh…


Added by Joseph Hayes on March 28, 2011 at 10:03am — No Comments

What do you guys think about this revised idea?

For the longest time I struggled to make a perzine that really captured the biggest aspects of my own life. I'd g through writing story after story but would never be satisfied with what I had. The problem was that I felt like I had no interconnecting theme or layout. I wanted more than a zine that talked about the downs and the ups and the immediacy in them. There was always something missing.


However, I now believe I've got it. I've been writing like a fiend, getting closer…


Added by Dee on March 28, 2011 at 7:24am — 3 Comments

The Fashion Issue - Musea #179


Musea Issue #179 (Feb/Mar/Apri, The FASHION ISSUE is out on print AND on the Musea website*. Not only does the cover have a wonderful starlet photo of a real beauty (she is a fashion plate - what a dish!), but the inside has over 40 fashion drawings with all kinds of new fashion ideas.  Check it out and dress appropriately! Send an SASE to me for a free copy.
* Sorry but only the print version has the illustrations.
Tom Hendricks 
(editor of…

Added by Tom Hendricks on March 27, 2011 at 9:57pm — No Comments

Spill the Zines - a UK zine review blog!

Hi everyone!


Some of you will have already heard about this probably, but just to let y'all know: Hannah (Not Lonely zine) and I have set upSpill the Zines, a blog about British zine culture with zine resources, reviews, news, and announcements posted regularly.

To establish Spill the Zines as a useful and comprehensive resource, we’d like you to email us any news or announcements you…


Added by Catherine Elms on March 27, 2011 at 12:55pm — No Comments

Chicago Zine Fest 2011

Today was the much anticipated Chicago Zine Fest. I had…


Added by Nichole on March 26, 2011 at 8:42pm — No Comments

Joshua Tree Excerpt from The Climbing Zine Volume 3

Here's another excerpt from "The Climbing Zine Volume 3", which will be released late this spring. This piece is from the feature story of the zine, "Go West Young Man, In the Freedom Mobile." 

We knew that California was going to love the Freedom Mobile, and we felt at ease as it crossed over the border to…


Added by Luke Mehall on March 25, 2011 at 9:28pm — No Comments

Zipchips # 3 the Map Zine

The Map Zine is a 5.5 x 8.5 inch booklet, printed in color on white paper with an ivory card stock cover.

Bound with 2…


Added by Arty Velarde on March 25, 2011 at 8:00pm — No Comments

Thinking about including "pet peeves" in my next zine ...

Has anyone done a zine related to pet peeves?


Is anyone interested in sharing their pet peeves in a zine?


How do you deal with your pet peeves? Why do certain things set you off?


Some of my pet peeves are:


people who walk slow in front of me...


people who drive with their blinker on when they are not turning...


bread crumbs on the counter...


crying children in restaraunts and movie…


Added by riotgrrrlaz on March 25, 2011 at 3:26pm — 7 Comments

Two Songs About Dallas: Dallas / Pegasus, From LOST TAPES SERIES

The LOST TAPES series. (Music from the 80's and 90's re-found.)

Two songs about Dallas:  The Lost Tape:  DALLAS (THIS TOWN LIES IN THE FUTURE),  and  PEGAUS  an instrumental saluting the symbol of Dallas.
Dallas  may play a key role in music and the arts of the future. Here are two songs heralding that future.

Added by Tom Hendricks on March 25, 2011 at 10:30am — No Comments

Splinters #1

So after a lot of faffing about, I got Splinters #1 ready.  I have a few copies printed (#1 - #10) so those will be numbered and given to whoever wants them, and if there's more demand then I'll be printing more.  I'm pretty pleased with the cover art especially (at the bottom of the page)

It's a personal 'zine full of my ramblings and recollections about various things in my life, and friends I know or have known.  The articles are;



Added by Kappa Kabuto on March 24, 2011 at 9:33pm — No Comments

Call for Submissions: "Kansas" Stories and Items



“Johnny America,” a little 'zine of fiction and humor published by the Moon Rabbit Drinking Club & Benevolence Society, is seeking submissions for our next, ninth issue. We’re particularly interested in items that work within the very loose theme of “Kansas.”


We’d like to emphasize the looseness of the theme. A pithy review of Greensburg’s “world’s deepest hand-dug well” would certainly qualify, as would using Kansas as a barely-present backdrop for…


Added by Johnny America on March 22, 2011 at 8:30pm — No Comments

WMZ weekly art contest for fun 3/22/11

The answer to, and winner (if any) for, our last contest question of:

This children's book author and illustrator was also an accomplished
biologist who was drummed out when she supported the idea of lichen as
being symbiotic algae and fungi. The men scientists couldn't tolerate
such original thinking, let alone from a woman. Name her and her most
famous work
Beatrix Potter known for The Tale of Peter…

Added by Tom Hendricks on March 22, 2011 at 10:13am — No Comments

Call for zines - Zine Show at Asheville BookWorks

Asheville BookWorks Gallery is putting together a zine show for the this summer, May through June. Zines can be mailed to:


Attn: Zine Show

BookWorks Gallery

428 1/2 Haywood Rd.

Asheville, NC 28806


Please mail in entries by April 26th and send with a return envelope with postage if you would like to get your zine back after the show. If no return postage is included, we'll add…


Added by Jessica C. White on March 21, 2011 at 7:04pm — No Comments

Listen to These Things that People Make Interview : A How to Guide to Manarchism

These Things That People Make is an interview based radio show about things people make (crafts, zines, home-made museums,films, shows and books, among other things) that are not considered fine art. We talk about the politics,ideas and stories associated with these projects.

These Things that People Make most frequently features work by queer people, women,and people who work from radical feminist perspectives.

Things that People Make doesn't care whether people are famous or…


Added by sarah mangle on March 21, 2011 at 6:00pm — No Comments

Listy list zine!


Basically, it involves the following:

1. anyone who wants to e-mails me a title of a list (that they come up with). (clara.lipfertATdresden.us)

2. I write all the titles everyone has come up with on pieces of paper and draw them out randomly, assigning each list title to one of the people who has contributed one. (you give a title, you get a title.)

3. you write out your assigned list on a 4.25" by 5.5" (that's a quarter of a regular…


Added by Clara Lipfert on March 21, 2011 at 2:19pm — 1 Comment

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