When I started Bear Pussy I had no idea what it was going to be about. As a matter of fact, I put it off for a very long time because I felt I would have nothing intresting to say. Zines are a reflection of the creater. Since I have Borderline Personality Disorder, it was very hard for me to figure out what I should put in here, since I don't have a sense of who I am. Suprisingly the zine has helped me have a better understanding of myself and what bothers me. It has a piece on the frustration… Continue
Added by Ashley Galindo on June 16, 2009 at 1:00pm —
The answer to, and winner (if any) for,
our last contest question of:
To boost ratings and keep from closing, this 1835 American Newspaper started a series of article about creatures on the moon. The first told of an astronomer looking through the world's newest and biggest telescope. (Later they wrote that the telescope was 200 feet across and weighed 14,826 pounds). He saw rivers and a tropical jungle. The initial article left the reader there. Then followups filled in the… Continue
Added by Tom Hendricks on June 16, 2009 at 11:10am —
Josh Blair, Pete Borrebach and Noah Van Sciver all live in apartment 307. Not in the same apartment, mind you. Not in the same city, the same state or even the same region of the country. Yet they all, nevertheless, live in apartment 307. These are their stories.
Featuring three semi-autobiographical tales by underground comix sensation Noah Van Sciver (MOME, The Comics Journal, Mineshaft), Josh… Continue
Added by Josh Blair on June 16, 2009 at 10:13am —
– Get hot and bothered this summer with Smile, Hon, You’re in Baltimore! No. 11
, the latest installment in the award-winning series published by Eight-Stone Press.
In this issue, SIOBHÁN FITZPATRICK plants petunias in Pigtown; LISA SINGER’s anger management reserves the right to refuse service; SOMMER MARSDEN leads the way into temptation; CARYN COYLE turns heads; and PIPPY ROCKWELL considers the… Continue
Added by Eight-Stone Press on June 16, 2009 at 9:01am —
Faces - Issue 10 of The Great Unwashed is out now!
We've lost our access to free colour copying so it's now back to black and white for us :(
But we've jazzed it up with colourful paper and even more colourful articles! And pictures! And all the usual awesome stuff like Coaster Art.
So if we've enticed you, then give us a shout for a copy!
Added by The Great Unwashed on June 16, 2009 at 5:58am —
Our friend Ryan at Methinks Presents
, which runs the gallery Project 165
in Kensington Market, has organized a traveling art show that will tour between Toronto and Halifax in August. The show has a zine component, and Ryan is looking for zines to be included in the tour!
If you have multiple copies of a zine you would like to see distributed across Eastern Canada, please get in touch with us or with Ryan. Our email address is… Continue
Added by The Toronto Zine Library on June 15, 2009 at 8:30pm —
Brand new here! My wife and I just made a book called Magical tales of Enchanted Mysteriousness - Vol. One. The website is www.magicaltalesthebook.com - Check it out! Look forward to exploring this site. Take care!
Added by Daria and Patrick J. McQuade on June 15, 2009 at 5:55pm —
Hello does anyone know of zines produced with a comic strip element??? I' ve read stuff by 'the fly' a new york punk , and I wanted to maybe see some more or even think eventuallty about doing my own strip with a strong feminist punk bias, at the moment im ok in the drawing side of things but find sequential art pretty challenging to produce and hell i think maybe i would possibly just enjoy reading stuff by other people to get ideas and for fun anyweay i feel im going on a bit please let me… Continue
Added by Lucy Sutcliffe on June 15, 2009 at 10:39am —
This e-mail is about my guitar playing. I think I've developed an original style in this area and I wanted to tell you about it.
Most singer/songwriters do one of two methods of playing the guitar. They either strum chords while singing, or finger pick a certain pattern while they sing.
My history is that of a lead electric guitar player in a number of combos from the 60's on. So I love that classic rock and roll sound with that passionate mix of rhythm… Continue
Added by Tom Hendricks on June 15, 2009 at 9:25am —
Yes, that's right... after talking about it for a couple of years, I finally finished my zine about mayonnaise. Recipes, instructions, and creamy goodness abound!
To order a copy please send
$1 + 3 stamps to:
2935 N. Fratney St.
Milwaukee, WI 53212
Added by Milo on June 14, 2009 at 10:57am —
I haven't put out an issue myself in nearly seven years, and that's just too long! Just about all my "so called" modern equipment is useless to me now, and I have to start all over. The only thing that still works is my copier I bought in 1999. I'm sure eventually I'll get my printers back up (or replace them), but for now I'll just work with what I have. To put out a new issue old school might be what I need at this point.
I got to the point of sending out thousands of copies of my… Continue
Added by W. Alan Fare on June 14, 2009 at 9:19am —
So, while the options are limited on what you can do with a blogger page, we did some layout work to try to make the distro easier to read/use, a little prettier... Any thoughts? Anything you'd like to see?
I 've been wondering if people would like it better if the side links were separated by what type of thing they are (zine, handmade book, cd, tape, record), or if that would just get jumbled and confusing.
Would love to hear what people think. Thanks! -MVP/JJ...… Continue
Added by Antiquated Future on June 13, 2009 at 1:38pm —
Is anyone up for some zine trading?! I have like 10 or 11 zines and I want to share them with the world! So, if you wanna like trade zines or something, post a comment on my page, and maybe we could trade zines and stuff like that.
Added by Joe Mama on June 12, 2009 at 7:25pm —
hello people I have created a group called "teenage Zinesters" so join it it is for people 11 and up as long as you still consider your self teen at heart!!
Added by April Pacheco on June 12, 2009 at 6:53pm —
if you are organizing events, you should alot time to reply with care to requests and queries. If several people are having the same problem and don't receive responses and also need information...maybe you should organize somehting simpler that allows you time to be courteous enough to not leave people hanging on multiple occassions.
Added by stayPOSI on June 12, 2009 at 12:18pm —
I've finished my assingment for the Open University course I'm doing. Deadline was today, so of course, I was just really getting into it today! But it's done, tradition as the justification for religious innovation in English Christianity, discuss with 2 or 3 examples. Phew!I actually really enjoyed writing it.
Anywa, now that it's finally done, I can get on with Estrones. And maybe Crone as well.
Added by Eunice on June 12, 2009 at 10:16am —
I am trying to raise some funds to help a local family pay for their grandson's funeral. Actually, many people in my local community are doing various fundraisers for this family. I will be donating a percentage of Sweet Candy orders this weekend, it is the best way I know I can help financially.
This little boy was being raised by his grandparents and was only 6 years old. He just graduated from Kindergarten. He suffered permanent injuries from a car accident that he was in last… Continue
Added by Sage on June 12, 2009 at 8:52am —
I have done a few zine workshops in the past with teens and community groups.... i have never attended one myself, does anyone have any hints or reports of mega rad workshop that have attended or put on?
Added by e.war on June 11, 2009 at 12:08pm —
I'm kinda broke right now and I'm willing to trade zines instead of buying them but do you think people would be okay with that??
Added by April Pacheco on June 11, 2009 at 8:16am —
Hey hey readers, Good news from KERA-FM our local public radio station. They have announced that they will be starting a second radio station dedicated to music. See here for the details:
I wrote them the following:
This sounds exciting for both musicians and music lovers. I look forward to hearing it.
I also would like to suggest somethings that I hope programmers will consider.
1. Ask for advice from everyone before… Continue
Added by Tom Hendricks on June 10, 2009 at 3:11pm —