Big Sale! Get ahold of me, and buy some stuff! It'll be gone soon! I've had a ton of fun running a distro, but I'm ready to shift gears.
go to www.loopdistro.com and see what we got! Email your list, and i'll let you know what's in stock, and what the total price would be. good deals! other distros and libraries, get in touch! i'll hook ya up!
hey all.......Canzine coming up on November 1st at the Gladstone Hotel in Parkdale, Toronto. Best festival of the independent arts in Canada. Let me know if any of you folks on here are attending. I'm putting out my latest zine at the show and advertising my website. Check it out!
my e-mail is email@example.com
Hey everyone! It's been awhile since I posted about the new zines and comics available at Black Light Diner Distro, and there are a ton of them!
BOOTY #19 (Amherst, MA)
Covering the time period between September 2003 and March 2005, this issue of Anne's personal comic book includes work stories, an encounter with an animate snowman, a last-minute, surprisingly cheap vacation to Iceland (!), and a very… Continue
Added by Erica S. on October 18, 2009 at 6:15pm —
I love Tegan and Sara. I took a year off between school and university. Between August ‘07 - September ‘08 I saw Tegan and Sara play 27.5 times in 8/11 countries (depending on how you count).
I kept a diary for 22 of those shows.
This is the padded out version of that diary, complete with lovely pictures and other random things I… Continue
Bubblegum Slut's 35th issue is out now, so get over to the PayPal storefront (www.myspace.com/bubblegumslutzine - under 'about me') and get ordering your copies, or get in touch to trade! If you missed last week's blog, here's a quick reminder of what you'll find on the 88 pages crammed into this issue;
The 69 Eyes
The Electric Boys
Added by Alison B on October 17, 2009 at 5:30am —
...It's been a long time. I've recently learned how to silkscreen, so I'm going to do the covers myself. Maybe I'll make 50 of them and kind of approach it differently than with Lickety Split (no judgment there- that magic deserves to be spread around!).
What I mean is, I'm rethinking my relationship to the format. I think I will:
- Not plan the zine
- Produce all the content myself
- Use screenprinting and photocopy printing methods
- Maybe try to get them in out… Continue
One of the many low-key creative things that happen at the Star & Shadow cinema is taking place on Saturday, from 10.30am onwards for 2 hours or so. If you are free, please come and join in - all are welcome, it's free and there's no need to be an expert!
At 10.30 we will share a wee breakfast & coffee in the office (bring anything you want!), flick through some trashy paperbacks - a western, a crime thriller, a mills'n'boon lovestory etc.. - and decide… Continue
I've always wanted to take our Dallas daily and see how much of it is hard news. Thankfully someone else has done it for me. Clay Shirky reports on his findings for his hometown paper. Then UTNE does the same experiment. They include photos of the results. Check them out and let me know what you think.
Seeking submissions for first quarterly edition of H.O.P.E. Looking for poetry, short fiction, original artwork, cartoons, and more for new Zine on mental illness. Submissions taken on rolling basis. Artists don't need to have a diagnosed mental illness to submit, just an interest in mental wellness. Will take anonymous submissions and/or pen names.
Added by Erin L George on October 13, 2009 at 11:22pm —
Welcome to H.O.P.E. (Healing through Our Personal Expressions)! I decided to begin this zine in order to offer consumers a place to express themselves. It is said that healing often comes from self expression, no matter what the form. In some case, people feel better after journaling their thoughts and experiences. For others, writing a poem or painting are ways to help on the path to recovery. "It is a well known fact that writing has a positive effect on an individuals sense of well being,"… Continue
Added by Erin L George on October 13, 2009 at 10:30pm —
The answer to, and winner (if any) for,
our last contest question of:
What is not a pipe? Clue - there is only one correct answer.
The surrealist masterpiece painting by Rene Magritte with the English translated title that " This Is not a pipe". The painting shows a
painting of a pipe with the words 'ceci n'est pas une pipe" under it.
The idea being it is a picture of a pipe not a real pipe. A koan
“June Graveyard” is my new zine – it’s a story about going to Yorkshire and climbing a steep hill with my mother, in order to find Sylvia Plath’s grave.
It’s 28 pages long and has a gocco printed cover – no two snails are alike.
Contact me if you're interested in reading it. . .
Finally found a cheap photocopier! So now I just need to do the finishing touches for Pillow Talk and find a good picture for the front cover and I can finally print some copies and send them to you all! Continue
Added by Laura on October 9, 2009 at 5:11pm —