It's been a while since we've added any new zines, so many of us working on zines and never finishing them, but yesterday the new issue of Sugar and Heartstrings came out! We also restocked a couple, too. I've been out on tour for the last month, so I just started back to work today on some zines I was working on before I left. I included the rest of this month's update below for… Continue
I am new to this site and am looking for a way to promote my zine and get it circling.... if anyone is interested in trading zines (any type/all topics) please send yr informaion to me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will respond with my addy and info as well.
Added by riotgrrrlaz on November 14, 2009 at 5:18pm —
Telegram Ma'am #18 is a love letter to my bike, a beautiful vintage cruiser. There are notes on anxiety and depression as well, being a weird girl in a small town, going to zine gatherings, and adventures with my local friends. I write about learning how to ride my bike again after the snow melted, late-night bike rides, hanging out at the library, and challenging myself to communicate more assertively.
BRAINSCAN 25-This zine has been five start and stop years in the making. I finally finished it in October of 2009 at the Anchor Archive zine residency in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Brainscan 25 Chronicles my Saturn return as a love story, an ending, and a new beginning with someone from my past. The Saturn Return is the time between ages 27 and 30 when the planet Saturn is in the same place it was at your birth. It is usually seen as a harbinger… Continue
Added by Alex Wrekk on November 12, 2009 at 10:30am —
Gift certificates are now available for the Poopsheet Shop through PayPal. There are many amounts available that range from $5.00 to $1000.00. PayPal will e-mail the gift certificate to the recipient on the date of your choice or, if you prefer to deliver it yourself, they'll provide a printable version.
Call for Entries: COMING CLEAN (will be the theme of SYNDICATE PRODUCT #15)
Looking for stories AND comics.
After zines about the laundry (Laundry Basket), grocery shopping (12 Items or Less), and cooking (Potluck), this was inevitable. The next issue of SYNDICATE PRODUCT is all about cleaning... house cleaning, washing the car, even picking up the yard debris. (However, it's NOT about laundry, as that's already been done. It's also not about packratting, as that's also… Continue
Added by Aj Michel on November 11, 2009 at 7:47pm —
Thanks to all who came online for the '5-th' CD release party last Thursday. It was fun to see and talk with many of you.
The CD is now officially out and will be posted back up on the musea.us website within a week or two for anyone anywhere to hear it. For those who want a CD with a collectible cover etc., you can get a copy from me. (I'll be glad to sign it if requested).
For those who missed the party, here is the song line up for the new CD.
i'm home from the Richmond zine fest and i am still stoked about the great time i had! much love and hugs go to Nicole, Alex, Katie, Liz, the Gallery 5 crew, and many many wonderful zinesters from Richmond and elsewhere that i got to experience a fab weekend with...i cant wait for next year! or the next zine fest...if you excuse me, i've got to start writing down ideas and downloading fonts...yes, i am quite crazy!
i will update with pictures when i upload them… Continue
Zines chronicles of nadia, issue 1 - 36 pages, A5, cut and paste with comics like 'amanda palmer battles monsters from space', articles about why I'm a feminist, medical dramas and strange people, and an entirely fictional letter of recommendation written for a friend's graduation, and plenty of other bits and pieces. bonus mini zine - green and clean, hair and skin care using common kitchen ingredients. $3 in trade.
November's threefold ceremonies of death have declared our ritual goodbyes to summer. Winter is arriving and soon it will be time to celebrate it. Town is getting busier at night - and bloody scary. Each small local gig feels snug and warm, a cave of drink and music in which, in little clusters of friendly strangers, we can shut out the cold black sky. Some of us will play guitar and share some songs. Others will drink, in honour of king winter.
Hey folks, I’m looking for submissions for a zine called “Femme à barbe,” it’s mostly about women-identified folks with facial hair. Submissions from folks of all genders are totally welcome, and submissions about hair in general (not just facial) is also cool. I am especially looking for writings on personal experiences and comics. You can e-mail submissions to jenna.brager [at] gmail [dot] com preferably, and please put “submission femme a barbe” in the subject line. If you have any questions… Continue
Thanks to everyone who contributed to my zine documentary so far! The responses have been fabulous, and I can't wait to put together the first issue to send out to everyone. Here's the deal. I have some funding to put a zine together about why zines are important to folks, about our creative process making them, and the connections we make through making and sharing them. My plan is to do a series of issues over the next year and once I have a good number of issues, to bind them somehow as a… Continue
"In search of… Luke Sinclair" from "Going Postal!" #2
I always see advertisements for zine distros in review zines, but I´ve never contacted any of them to see if they would be interested in carrying one of my zines. I prefer to know my readers one-on-one. That is, if somebody sees a review of my little publication they have to grab a pen & a sheet of paper, then sit down & write to me personally. I like that. I´m not all that interested in putting massive quantities… Continue
Added by Kris M. on November 8, 2009 at 5:21am —
The new issue of Rebel Grrl Zine is finally available - all 64 pages of it! It's A5 size (half size??) and due to having just paid for printing, I can't afford to trade this one, so it's only available to buy from rebelgrrlzine.co.uk
It's radical and rebellious and raar. Get your copy now!…
Deep within the heart of Florida there is a dead town deemed unfit for the enlightened. smack dab in the bermuda triangle of southern cities lays Oakland, the unfortunate place I am from. The youth walk around like zombies, their ears dripping with brain matter because there is no substance to hold their brain cells together. We need your help in rectifying this dire situation. I want to distribute your zines, zines from everywhere in hopes of reviving our lost youth. We have a… Continue