I just uploaded some pictures of what the insides of my zines look like so you can get an idea of them before you buy/trade. They're in my zines album, so please check them out!
Added by Adrian Fynch on July 22, 2009 at 11:37am —
I'm Gordon and under the name Chow Chow Productions
I've been publishing zines since 1984. My first zine was called WDC Period
and it was a music zine from Washington D.C. 1984 - 89. My next zine was a queer zine with the title Teen Fag
and I published that from Seattle in the mid 90's.
Currently I am publishing a variety of mini zines: Skill Shot
(Seattle's Pinball Zine), Chicken With Penis
(a comic zine) and Dreamy Vs Sucks
(sort of a… Continue
Added by Gordon Gordon on July 22, 2009 at 12:55am —
Tears in my Schooner: a guide on depressive aural indulgence is my first zine. It is a zine about depression, dealing with your emotions and using music to indulge. It's a A5 zine that comes with a Audio CD. More than willing to trade, or send you a copy for postage and construction costs.
Added by Beau Newham on July 21, 2009 at 7:52pm —
I have a couple dozen of the "I'm on We Make Zines" buttons and will be giving them away free to all We Make Zinesters until they are gone. So, if you are at the Portland Zine Symposium this weekend, come by the PonyBoy Press table. Look for the red and white tablecloth.
Also new and for sale are the "as mentioned in my zine..." buttons. Hope to see you there!
p.s. I will also have postcards and promo cards for WMZ,… Continue
Added by Krissy PonyBoy Press on July 21, 2009 at 11:00am —
The answer to, and winner (if any) for,
our last contest question of:
These 15 major complexes remained the largest buildings in North America until the 19th century. Name this complex of buildings.
The complex of the Pueblo Peoples in the Chaco Culture National Historical Park in the Four Corners region of the US. These complexes were the center of culture for the Pueblos between AD 900 and 1150. Many of the buildings are believed to be observatories marking… Continue
Added by Tom Hendricks on July 21, 2009 at 10:05am —
After a weekend up in Anacortes, Wa for What the Heck Fest, we come back bearing gifts. One of them being a really cool zine about the art of home recording from our friend and musical experimenter, Karl Blau. Check it out!
Conceptualizing Confluence: The Absolute Basics of Audio Recording
Added by Antiquated Future on July 20, 2009 at 1:15pm —
2 monsters of the 4 four i'm drawing for the Lucky Creature Attacks coloring book. (also, i've gotten the procrastination back on track--no more organizing the cleaning products. it's all movies and videogames and farting around).…
Added by Monstress Zine on July 20, 2009 at 12:01pm —
That's roight boils and ghouls! The Summer Bummer fourth issue of my horror nerd zine: The Sinister Press is done and juuust in time for my table at next week's ZINE SYMPOSIUM!!!! Muwaughahahahahahaha!!! Pics just as soon as I can.... hope to see y'all here in the wondrous City Of Roses!
Added by Jack Maraglia on July 19, 2009 at 12:24pm —
Ahhh...you know that feeling you get after having really cleaned? You know, like Spring Cleaning? Well - I finally attacked my MySpace blog and really cleaned that sucker' out. Feels good!
Is it a bit more streamlined? Yes!
Is it a bit more relevant to my actual life? Yes!
Is it updated with plans for the zine? Yes!
It's wonderful! And I'm just very happy...as you can tell...
Check it out at myspace.com/hayheychloe30
Added by Chloe Rambo on July 18, 2009 at 9:50am —
Issue 3 Paths and Shadows of Late Night Thinking (Ephemera for our Times) will be released at the Summer 2009 Shadow Art Fair.
* Waking up Refreshed and Tired
* Our Journey to Yoshi's
* The Audacity of Numbers
* Ginger Beer
* Head Cancer
* Longing for Spring
* Shadow Art Fair Interview
Contact me to arrange a trade of this or back issues.
Added by St. Joshua Norton Press on July 17, 2009 at 7:23pm —
Candy or Medicine Volume Seven is out now. Just $1 (plus 50 cents shipping in the U.S.)
Featuring a wish fulfillment by JB Sapienza, "An Ice Cream Story" by Adam Wilson, a one-page gag by Morgan Kessler, a four-page space saga by Tyler Stafford, a random dream from the mind of Carl Alessi, two strips by Ed Keer, a five-person international jam comic, a wild back cover by west coast sensation Alex Chiu and the return of Andy Narwhal by… Continue
Added by Josh Blair on July 17, 2009 at 10:33am —
Here's the cover and a sample page of my 24-Hour Zine Thing creation, On Loving 'Dracula.'
I created it on my birthday, July 16. It includes an essay on the 1931 film directed by Tod Browning and starring Bela Lugosi, quotes from the movie, recommendations for further reading, and many posters and images from the film. It's 24 pages, 1/2 size, black and white.
This was the first time I've done a cut-and-paste zine. It was lots of fun! If you have a day to devote to being… Continue
Added by redguard on July 17, 2009 at 9:00am —
The amazing zine library at 56a info shop, Elephant & Castle, London is being relaunched at the end of the month.
To celebrate this, we are holding a weekend of queer DIY fun-ness!!
Saturday 25th July: Gig! JEAN GENET, CHAPS, HUSBANDS & CANDY PANIC ATTACK, with zine distros from Improper Fraction, Ricochet! Ricochet!, Cherry Bomb Comics, 56a and more....£4, 7.30pm, The Grosvenor, 17 Sidney Road, Stockwell/Brixton tube
Sunday 26th July: Workshops &… Continue
Added by Cherry Bomb Comics on July 17, 2009 at 2:35am —
This week is something different. I usually talk about some aspect of the arts and media, but this time my subject is science - specifically sleep, and a possible reason why we sleep. My ideas on sleep are certainly novel ideas. But you will also find a lot of casual evidence to support them in studies posted on the internet. I have put his essay on a science newsgroup, and I'm reposting it here. If these ideas are true, they may point the way to some important discoveries… Continue
Added by Tom Hendricks on July 16, 2009 at 10:25am —
This month's distro update is up- with new things, restocks, mp3's, video links and plenty of news. Though, to avoid adding in its many links again, I will just direct you to our myspace, where all links are already properly in place. Check it here!
You could also just join our mailing list and we'd simply send it to you every month. Let us know if that interests you:… Continue
Added by Antiquated Future on July 16, 2009 at 2:17am —
The answer to, and winner (if any) for,
our last contest question of:
This clothes designer invented spray on clothes from a can! Name him.
Manel Torres created Fabrican, fabric in a can - an instant, sprayable, non-woven fabric. It has many novel uses outside of clothes. Check it out.
Science fiction writer Stanislaw Lem wrote about spray-on clothing in his 1961 novel "Return from the Stars".
We had no winner, Seems y'all were spraying clothes… Continue
Added by Tom Hendricks on July 15, 2009 at 10:09am —
Many zinesters don't know that there is a zine hall of fame.
Check it out at
Added by Tom Hendricks on July 15, 2009 at 9:18am —
just some stuff in my brain that i want to write about soon:
1. that threesome i just had today with darrell and J.R.
2. guys who are dominant, wanting to be submissive
4. when you are offered free trips
5. how come i'm not getting paid for this? also, is it ok to ask for gas money?
6. my erotic photo shoot, also my porn shoot
7. how to have an awesome sex life and also be a single mama
8. why… Continue
Added by CocoaPuss Zine on July 15, 2009 at 1:53am —
i never imagined i would turn this zine into a series.. but dundundundun, i did!!
...and i will always be the one to swim with you
is an 8pg. mini zine about a specific person who i can't get off my mind. so far, the people have been romantically inclined.. however i'm already thinking of making another issue about an old friend who i'm constantly reminded of. i have found that in making these zines, it helps get the person off my mind. those secret thoughts of mine are no… Continue
Added by kelley on July 14, 2009 at 8:14pm —
I know, I haven't finished Crone
yet. I've had a couple of set backs. We were without the 'net for a week while BT dickered about with the broadband. It took just about six calls a day to the helpline in India before it was finally fixed. I was gnawing the furniture in the meantime.
However, I managed to entertain myself by dislocating and breaking the little toe on my left foot. Don't ask how. My husband and daughter joke that I could cut myself on the air, I'm that clumsy.… Continue
Added by Eunice on July 13, 2009 at 2:55pm —