The Prince Zine is finally here. Readings and dance parties in celebration have come to pass and now it's on sale to everyone across the lands.
"A two-year long, 60 page, research zine into the artist currently… Continue
Added by Joshua James Amberson on March 13, 2011 at 4:32pm —
My plans for a papernet-centered ad & contact zine, JND Ads & Contacts (capsule zine reviews, buy/sell/trade networking, pen pal ads), letters (mostly from prisoners). Color art
cover by Juan Maldonado & James N. Dawson. 10 pgs., 8 1/2 x 11, side-stapled, xeroxed & (badly) dittoed (use very bright light, high magnification readers, or skp it). $1, trade or "the usual", FTP
Added by James N. Dawson on March 12, 2011 at 9:17am —
I haven't posted here much; I'm a lazy lazy man. I've been putting out the zine The Inner Swine since 1995. (www.innerswine.com)
1995. Damn, I'm an old man, too.
Wanted to mention that I just put the latest issue up as an Amazon Kindle title. 99 cents. I figure I'll do this for all future issues. I set it up for unlimited lending as well.
Added by Jeff Somers on March 10, 2011 at 8:18pm —
I've had a fascination with zines since I discovered them a few years back. It was more of a passing affection at first like smiling at the cute guy you see on the bus every morning but never bothering to take it further than that. We'll I've plucked up my confidence and am asking zine making out on a date. (Workable metaphor? Maybe.)
A few years back (yeah, again), I started a project called 'Dear Anonymous' that was Post Secret-esque in that people sent me anonymous letters… Continue
Added by Cleo on March 9, 2011 at 9:06pm —
my commitment to environmentalism has always been,well,great,to put it mildly.ive done salvage and recycling and metal theft since 1980.my hippy mom made me pick up litter on the first earth day in 73 or 4.i was a hot rodder who wrecked beater cars drunk in the stray cat days,and quit driving for 12 years and worked on bikes instead.in short,even though i may kill people,environmentally,im a saint.so,of course,i know everything about bike culture too.i was a messenger for 4 years,and its my… Continue
Added by bobby madness on March 9, 2011 at 12:33pm —
I’m pretty sure there are many like me who have a predisposition to hoard. The Aladdin’s Cave of any home is the attic or loft where all the unwanted stuff gets piled away and is forgotten — out of sight, out of mind. My attic is the home to many of my kids’ (now grown up) old toys and comics, lovingly preserved and… Continue
Added by Mike O'Hare on March 9, 2011 at 7:50am —
Check out these recently featured articles at ZineWiki:
March 2011 - ZAPP
February 2011 - Glossolalia
January 2011 - Pig Paper
Have a suggestion on what or who we should… Continue
Added by Jerianne on March 9, 2011 at 7:38am —
THE FIRST OFFICIAL POP LIT STORY OPENING CONTEST
is now underway at
200 words max
story openings only
one entry per writer
Do the entries grab the reader from the first words?
Do they leave you wanting more?
THAT's the criteria.
If you can do better, post an… Continue
Added by Tom Hendricks on March 8, 2011 at 11:09am —
The answer to, and winner (if any) for, our last contest question of:
This female artist was quoted as saying, "They never raised a statue to a critic!" Name her.
Dancer Martha Graham. The same sentiment was also said by composer Jean Sibelius
I had no eligible winners. Seems there are no statues for contestants this week either!
I don't dumb down, so please wise up!
Now on to a new Q.: Win a copy of my NEW cd CALLED ‘30′! –… Continue
Added by Tom Hendricks on March 8, 2011 at 11:02am —
New!Awkward Sex (Zine) ($4)
- (perhaps) strangely, Awkward Sex is one of the most affirming zines I've read in a long time. Flesh and Bone (Zine/Graphic Novel) ($6)
- "An Ignatz-nominated comic book about tragic romance, Satan worship, graveyard masturbation, a cannibal witch,… Continue
Added by Antiquated Future on March 8, 2011 at 9:00am —
I'm helping to organise a zine fair in Oxford on Saturday 9th April. It's part of 'Editions Of You', which is a month-long exhibition celebrating DIY musicians and handmade releases. It's in a lovely stripey marquee.
The fair should be pretty awesome. It has a special Mixtape Consultancy and zine-making workshops and stuff, plus DJs and live music. If you'd like a stall then get in contact either on here or by email: ellisjones at gmail dot… Continue
Added by Ellis Jones on March 8, 2011 at 4:26am —
I am writing if you will like to donate your zine or other zines to a zine library in New Orleans, LA? It is call Aboveground zine library and I just complete indexing the whole library. Aboveground zine library is open everyday from 1 to 7 at Iron Rail Book Collective. Thank you for your interests and your work you do.
Aboveground zine library
511 Marigny Street
New Orleans, LA 70117
Added by Robb Richard Roemershauser on March 6, 2011 at 9:13pm —
As I'll be 50 in a couple of weeks, I thought it might be interesting to put together a second issue of "Crone" and base it around ageism. So, I'll write a list of questions and see if I can get some over 50 zine folks to answer them. Could be interesting!
Added by Eunice on March 6, 2011 at 1:56pm —
Bounced around (and in and out of) a few writer's groups and realized, to paraphrase George Thorogood's "I Drink Alone" that when I write alone I prefer to be by myself.
My first publication was in 2nd grade with a Jungle Book type story: "How The Giraffes Got their Necks". Many years later I moved to Brattleboro Vermont, where Kipling wrote and published "The Jungle Book", which he had conceived years earlier in India. In between those two events I worked for northern New Jersey… Continue
Added by John Douglas Finch on March 6, 2011 at 11:30am —
Readers, we have a serious unemployment problem in this country. The best solutions, such as National Hiring Day (called by Musea), or One Job For America suggest corporate responsibility as part of the solution.
That is something that the media refuses to talk about. They talk about individuals and the job problem, or the government reaction to the job problem, but hardly ever corporate responsibility in the job problem. Here is some discussion on the issue. More on my blog… Continue
Added by Tom Hendricks on March 5, 2011 at 9:15am —
Rachel, creator of Show & Tell Zine, here letting you cool cats know I am facilitating a Spring Break zine swap between members of my zine community in Central Oregon and YOU.
The students of my March workshop are going to be creating individual zines… Continue
Added by Rachel Lee Carman on March 4, 2011 at 11:13pm —
ANYONE MAD ABOUT ZINES CAN participate in a new project called the Matchbox Zine project. You will be sent out a kit in a matchbox ( not the baby matchbox, the handypack
size from Redhead, best matches around!) Let us know you're interested by going to www.australianbookartsjournal.com
and filling out the participation form. Save it to your computer then browse it and upload it. There's no theme and entries are… Continue
Added by Lu Douglas on March 4, 2011 at 6:52pm —
A friend got back into zines recently after a hiatus and that announcement sparked something inside of me -- zines! What the hell have I been doing with the past couple of years, when's the last time I even TOUCHED a zine, let alone wrote one? Dusty typewriter, dried up glue sticks, stickers and paper and magazine scraps wasted, thoughts wasted, letters… Continue
Added by Rory on March 4, 2011 at 12:01pm —
The new issue of Nobody Cares About Your Stupid Zine Podcast is ready here or through itunesor other podcatchers. …
Added by Alex Wrekk on March 4, 2011 at 7:15am —
If you've ever taken a Greyhound bus, chances are you have a story worth telling. For years before I ever set foot on a Greyhound, I'd heard people make jokes about "the kinds of people" who ride the buses. I dismissed their comments as classist snobbery...until the first time I stepped into a Greyhound bus station. It was like stepping into a universe filled with people who had no sense of social boundaries or patience for small talk. Immediately, I was… Continue
Added by Greyhound Stories on March 4, 2011 at 5:24am —