Published by Michael Dowers, this Brownfield Press mini-comic features a great collection of full-page portraits drawn by Pat Moriarity. Each copy of this limited edition mini-comic is signed and numbered by the artist.
More info and sample images at the Poopsheet… Continue
Added by Rick Bradford on April 9, 2009 at 11:43pm —
I have decided this weekend will be my zine weekend. I have a long list of zine related things to do that I have not been getting to. I am going to list them here to help me remember and for you to look at if you are super bored.
Count all zines and see what I am missing and what I need to make copies of
Get zines together for Microcosm, do I have enough?
Finish stapling Fig8 3.5
Finish putting together and doing covers for CR#3
Gocco more… Continue
Added by Krissy PonyBoy Press on April 9, 2009 at 7:00pm —
I just found out that Stolen Sharpie Revolution 2 will be shipping from the printer on Monday! You can still preorder copies. Go to this post to find out how
I leave for the UK and France on April 29th but Paul will be here filling orders while I'm gone. When I get back I'll be having a release party and open mic. If you are in… Continue
Added by Alex Wrekk on April 9, 2009 at 4:00pm —
The answer to, and winner (if any) for,
our last contest question of:
Who was the first person to write in the first person?
(Or first author to do so). Also this writer is the first
writer in history to sign their name to their work.
Name the writer (and for extra credit the work)
The Summerian poet-priestess Enheduanna around 2350 BC.
Her works was Nin-Me Sar-Ra or Song to Inanna.
Note that this historical first was a… Continue
Added by Tom Hendricks on April 9, 2009 at 10:12am —
hey ho, ziney-folks!
first off thank you kindly for the birthday greetings and wishes, they were much apprieciated!
now that i'm 32, i can gleefully say that i am way way way too old for this shite! but i'll keep zining and geeking and whatevering till i die so, whatever
my attendence at the nj zine fest is still up in the air, i may not go cause i have company that week and as well there is almost NO info on tabling/workshops/etc...and i have NOTHING prepared… Continue
Added by raequel aka systris on April 9, 2009 at 9:38am —
I have now been delging into the new world of zine-making for a good couple of months now, but my very first Zine Fair was the Wollongong City Gallery Zine Fair, held last weekend in the Grand Legal Ballroom..er, room of Wollongong Art Gallery.
It is very possible that the room that the Zine Fair was held in is not called The Grand Legal Ballroom room...but it should be. It has very nice polished wooden floors, suitable for some good ol' pointed toes, and then strangely it has some… Continue
Added by Cookie. on April 9, 2009 at 8:15am —
I just signed up. My name is CT Terry and I do Gullible Zine.
I've lived in Boston, Richmond and Brooklyn. I'm currently living in Chicago and going to grad school for fiction writing. I post info about Gullible and my other writing at gulliblezine.blogspot.com.
Drop me a line sometime, I'm still figuring out this site.
Added by CT Terry on April 8, 2009 at 10:45pm —
Call out - GLBTIQQ zine, stories of growing up queer in Australia.
Based on the fact that there is such a small number of aussie queer zines (please email me if you write one on the chance I've missed it), I'm keeping this fairly broad. Basically, I'd like to put together an Australian colaborative queer zine (only Australian-based in content) and I would like personal articles and essays and possibly to a lesser extent, art. I am willing to consider a broad spectrum of things… Continue
Added by Candace on April 8, 2009 at 9:49pm —
– Smile, Hon, You're in Baltimore!
has been named a 2009 Utne
Independent Press Award Nominee, in the category of "Best Zine". Local magazine The Urbanite
has also garnered a nom in the category of "Social/Cultural Coverage". Read the complete list here
Editor William P. Tandy wishes to thank all of the contributors whose collective efforts have… Continue
Added by Eight-Stone Press on April 8, 2009 at 8:19pm —
A CALL FOR GUESTLISTS!
so, i write a zine called [list.] (see sample pages from each issue here: http://www.everydaypants.com/artwork/zines). i'm on my 13th issue, which will hopefully be out by june. my zine comes in three sections, the main section is lists i write and draw, and the other two sections are a short section of lists i've found on the street, and a section of guestlists - lists and drawings submitted by others!
i'd love for any of you to submit a… Continue
Added by ramsey everydaypants on April 8, 2009 at 5:46pm —
learning to leave a paper trail zine distro
paper trail distro carries personal/political zines on topics like reproductive health, mental health, parenting, illness, death, bicycles, traveling, d.i.y. skillsharing, cultural inquiry, queer & trans issues, sex work, anti-racism, feminist issues, &...you get the gist. feel free to send… Continue
Added by ciaraxyerra on April 8, 2009 at 10:37am —
We’re hoping you might be able to help. To keep the online store open, it costs us far more than the small amounts we get from selling zines. We want to keep growing the zine distro and expanding the possbilities for the zinemakers we stock. To do this, we currently rely on people ordering things online, at zine fairs, and also the money we get from sales of Susy Pow’s zines - Tea & Biscuits, Don’t Panic, Everything Was Beautiful & Nothing Hurt, Comparisons Between… Continue
Added by Bird in the Hand Zine Shop on April 8, 2009 at 6:33am —
If you’ve been toiling around my traps recently you may have been cajoled and accosted by me to do whatever-the-fuck-you-want to one page in a little zine-like scrapbook I’ve been creating and letting you create. The first book is nearly full. It’s full of things by (off the top of my head):
Simon Unwin (of the band, Intentions)
Jodie Brabin (of the Dep’t of Ageing)
Catman (of the zine, Krumpets, and the music Catman)
Dan Bolton (of that old band Faux Hawks)
Added by Bird in the Hand Zine Shop on April 8, 2009 at 6:32am —
Added by Sabrina on April 7, 2009 at 8:10pm —
We seek two new members to join the current four living in a housing co-operative on the cusp of
buying it's first property. We are vegan, anarchist, feminist permaculturists, in punk and samba bands, members of Ipswich's Food Co-op and Transition group and Radical Routes, who enjoy baking, cooking,
printing, recycling materials and growing food on our allotment. We provide affordable (below LHA) rented accommodation; private bedrooms with shared facilities, so if you're seeking… Continue
Added by Katie D on April 7, 2009 at 10:13am —
New BETRAYED blog post is out.
I'm on my ownsome this time - camerads will be back next week. Planning for Balmer DIY Fest, exciting. I think I did a good job holding up the fort on my own. Swinging next week back to horrifying, this week's a little more lighthearted, because I'm coming out of grief. A friend of mine died. Got to write funny stuff to make myself feel better.
Hope you all are… Continue
Added by betrayedzine on April 5, 2009 at 6:09pm —
Submissions are now open for the 4th issue of Hoopla - the world’s most revolutionary craft zine.
The theme for Issue #4 is MAKEing Love. As always the theme is open to interpretation (you can even ignore it completely) but is based around the idea that craft action is positivist action. It’s about creating the world we want to see as opposed to protesting against the way things are.
Submissions welcome in the form of pictures, patterns and writing or a combination of the… Continue
Added by Hoopla on April 5, 2009 at 5:19pm —
For you readers outside of Dallas, We have one main daily, The Dallas Morning News, and one main Weekly, the Dallas Observer.
Jesse Hughey, blogger from the Dallas Observer DC9 Blog, e-mailed me on April First and suggested an April Fool’s Joke. He would interview me, and then instead of the usual pro-band conservative Observer stance, he would agree with my ideas.
Well, I don’t know how well the joke worked, but it did allow me to spell out my ideas on the art and music… Continue
Added by Tom Hendricks on April 4, 2009 at 11:01am —
At CSU Monterey Bay where I have been attending college for the past five years students are required to complete a final project called a Capstone Project to sum up their college education. As a Liberal Studies student I am required to pick a topic that interests me and complete a project based on that topic. Identity Development is a topic that has been very prevelant throughout my college education through my minor in Human Development, and through the many Liberal Studies "teacher" classes… Continue
Added by Dorrie on April 1, 2009 at 11:00pm —