Reclusive Obscenities Issue #2 - For the Love of Zines
Quarter Size - 30 pages
$3.00 or Trade
is a quarter page zine where I discuss my love of zines. Why they’re important to me, why I create them, how they helped me find feminism, learn to cope with my anxiety better, and how they've even saved my life.
You can order the zine at my Etsy shop
Added by Persephone Pomegranate on November 19, 2010 at 5:14pm —
RocketBoom Daily, one of the largest youtube channels, has turned one of my very very short poems (a quatro) into a video! AND it's read in the video by RocketBoom host and youtube celebrity Molly , known by her youtube name MEme MOLLY
What a BIG TREAT for me. Can you imagine any poem getting over 10,000 readers in about 24 hours!!!???? AND being read by MEme Molly!
See the video at… Continue
Added by Tom Hendricks on November 19, 2010 at 10:14am —
reading continues to be our culture, a culture that brings together
people, who reconciled, that makes people always think, generate ideas
and always creative. If there is anyone
who wants to be one of the contributors to this culture, you may send
contributions to help me in building a zine.… Continue
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Poems Written in Early November.
Find one you like - let me know.
The first is my favorite, but also note how passionate the work of St. Augustine is. Even this chapter of his biography really makes the middle ages come alive. The verse is ALMOST word for word of the translation of the text.
BTW The Victorian is red brick! - Tom
The little girl
was poor and yet
glad for… Continue
Added by Tom Hendricks on November 17, 2010 at 9:51am —
Hello peoples, Hello anyone who's reading my blog.
We've just launched issue #2 of our zine 'Making it look Accidental.'
For those who don't know, we're an underground satirical Art/culture Zine, we interview artists and review exhibitions, Sometimes seriously, sometimes not so much. We also include comics, art, articles, pictures of robots, pigeons, street crocodiles..etc.
ANYWAY, to raise awareness of zines as a medium in Middlesbrough, we'll be doing some… Continue
Added by Aimee Charlotte on November 17, 2010 at 9:37am —
Musea E-mail Club #517
Do you watch the news? Me too. When you do you've probably seen a lot of stories on joblessness and problems of the economy. Doesn't matter the news format: the net, radio, TV, newspapers, news magazine; there is a lot of news on joblessness and the economy.
The next time you read or hear one of these stories look carefully. There is often news and opinions about what the government should do to help. There is often a… Continue
Added by Tom Hendricks on November 16, 2010 at 9:06am —
Added by Bilarobot on November 16, 2010 at 3:46am —
14 pages long, black and white printed on pink paper, Pretty Pussy! is a minicomic piece on the topic of pubic hair grooming and body image. Continue
Iv been working on it steadily for the past few weeks, had the idea in my head for forever. I wanted to do something feminine and uplifting, and heres what Iv come up with. Tips on hair removal and how to keep your skin clear afterwards of ingrown hairs and rash. While it is of course focused on…
Added by Grace on November 16, 2010 at 12:30am —
Hello Zinesters, the Australian Book Arts Journal (ABAJ) is dedicated to book art, binding, letterpress, printmaking and zines
and we want to invite you to submit an article about your work, zines or zine related stories. Every issue will have an article on zines so contact Linda at email@example.com
The website for ABAJ should be up and running in time for the December 15 issue!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Available by… Continue
Added by Lu Douglas on November 15, 2010 at 6:17pm —
The answer to, and winner (if any) for, our last contest question of:
18th century France. Long skirts for women have ballooned out to over 8 feet wide. This led to some house design innovation to accommodate the new fashion in skirts. Name it.
French Doors. They are paired doors that open from the center out for double the room to enter.
We had no winners, seems y'all lost the key.
I don't… Continue
Added by Tom Hendricks on November 15, 2010 at 3:46pm —
LOST TAPES series. (Some of my lost, then found, recordings from the eighties and nineties in all genres ).
ANGEL by Anthony Baugh
This time I feature another favorite from my 80's co-op record company, 12 By 12.
It's a simple basic guitar and voice song, AND it's pretty much simply perfect.
From Tom's Favorites from 12 By… Continue
Added by Tom Hendricks on November 12, 2010 at 10:46am —
Yay!!! Xmas is coming! So why not get the pervert on your list a Comix Company Pleasure Pack? It's 7 filthy comix for the low price of $20 (plus $4 for shipping). Enjoy such spooge-drenched classics as Comix Company Showcase, Spunk #1 & 2, Goofy Funnies #2, 5 & 6 and the Doodlin' Funnies mini-comic. They're hotter than chestnuts on an open fire! Order now at… Continue
Added by Dexter Cockburn on November 11, 2010 at 10:43pm —
The great lure of London has roped me in this Sunday! For any of you interested in coming along, saying hello, picking up or exchanging some zines I will be tucked away at the Resource Centre with my own stall and I will also be running a workshop later in the afternoon.
Here's the workshop blurb...
Zines and Community… Continue
Added by sarah tea-rex on November 11, 2010 at 2:32pm —
Well, so I just signed up to this website, still trying to figure out how everything around here works.
I mostly read comic zines, I was introduced to the entire concept of a zine through looking for indie self published comic books. I am a fascinated by comics as a medium and am always looking for more interesting, innovating and/or non-conventional comics to read. Avid reader of japanese manga as well as american comics as well, but Im interested in collecting comics that… Continue
Added by Grace on November 11, 2010 at 1:00pm —
Saturday and Sunday, November 13-14, 12:00pm - 6:00pm
||Église Saint-Enfant Jésus
Added by Chrix Morix on November 11, 2010 at 6:40am —
Added by Awkward Sex 'Zine on November 11, 2010 at 6:30am —
I have a lot of really illegible, hand written entries in my notebook just waiting to be typed up. I’m really excited about it and the format I’ve carved out for it. It’s going to be completely different
from issue 1, but I’m okay with that since issue 1 was such a specific
and personal story.
The new format I have set up is that I start with the main topic of the zine (which is going to be “for the love of zines” for issue…
Added by Persephone Pomegranate on November 11, 2010 at 3:17am —
is here and may be the finest yet. This issue starts in Warsaw and ends in a Girls Rock Camp. In between there's the school year, LB's second year as a full-time teaches in Chicago Public Schools. This year her and the students take on issues of gang violence, homophobia, the holocaust, misogyny, immigration, rape, dog… Continue
Added by Antiquated Future on November 10, 2010 at 12:48pm —
In November 2010, Ridehuset in Aarhus will be occupied by settlers.Kulturhus Aarhus in collaboration with Geiger, Literature on Stage and I Do Art arrange an art exhibition, whose equal has not been seen before.Approximately 20 artists in visual arts, performing arts, literature and music are invited inside and, together creating a pioneer society through their art.Each artist gets parceled out a plot, they must get to work for… Continue
Added by AvantAfro on November 9, 2010 at 12:30pm —