i'm not organised enough to have zines for sale on line but the chapbooks i publish under the jazz from hell banner and the books i have written or have been lucky enough to be included in from paroxysm press are available via www.ozmusicbooks.com ; - the man behind this site has been doing zines for longer than most of us have been alive. and he's fast, efficient and takes no prisoners. check him out.… Continue
Added by kami on February 25, 2010 at 8:28pm —
Are all places you can get issue #3 of Basic Paper Airplane. Somehow this issue has made its way into the world more than past issues. If you're interested...Things You Say Distro
(which also carries #2) MicrocosmSweet Candy… Continue
Added by Joshua James Amberson on February 24, 2010 at 8:00pm —
I have been searching high and low and have not been able to locate any zine fairs or zine communities within the state of Arizona. This brings me much sadness and frustration! So I have decided to take it upon myself and do some research regarding planning/organizing a zine fest/fair in the Phoeinix (Arizona) area. If anyone out there can offer advice, tips, words of wisdom on how to get this idea off the ground I am all ears.Or if you know of such events or communities within the State of… Continue
Added by riotgrrrlaz on February 24, 2010 at 2:25pm —
It’s always tough to write about zines without falling into self-referential piffle – we are afterall unsubbed and unvalidated – but events such as this genuinely does remind me why I bother, sporadically, to produce material. There were a number of events, including a gig featuring the wonderful Bobby McGees and a knees up at the Cowley Club, around the festival but I just managed to leg it to the London Bridge train down from London for the main Saturday sale the fest was centred… Continue
Added by Alex Lawson on February 24, 2010 at 1:04pm —
TEN Plus TIPS FOR MUSICIANS 1 Try to stand out, not fit in. Your goal should not be to sound like everyone else. If you are not doing something that is the world's first in music - then ask yourself, "Why not? Show some courage. Do something new. Find your own… Continue
Added by Tom Hendricks on February 24, 2010 at 11:00am —
Nearing the end of February already. I have accomplished nothing.
The second issue of Hazel Harper has not yet been born. Maybe soon... maybe not.
It's the brain fog, you see. It seeps in, virtually unnoticed, making thoughts impossible to pull into focus. It is brought on by life. A mind numbing daily life of things that must be done. Wake up, feed the kids, shuffle them off to school, do what's necessary to keep the abode livable, talk to the necessary people, try to… Continue
Added by TheUnrememberedOne/MorbidiaDrekk on February 23, 2010 at 11:37am —
The answer to, and winner (if any) for, our last contest question of:
This English fair began in 1133, and it was such fun, and such a big hit that they kept it going each year for, oh, say, 722 years! Name it.
Bartholomew Fair, held in West Smithfield, London.
Added by Tom Hendricks on February 22, 2010 at 10:00am —
Added by Tom Hendricks on February 21, 2010 at 8:02pm —
...on my webshow, LAIR OF THE YAK, right here @ 9PM Eastern:
Added by Nick Cato on February 21, 2010 at 6:00pm —
I travelled from London to Brighton on Saturday, picking some friends up on the way, to go to my first ever zine related event.
Hannover Community Centre had a great feel to it, very village hall-like.
The main room downstairs was packed! We placed our mix CD in the box and went round all the different stalls. It was amazing to see the wide variety of zines available, right from DIY through to professional books.
The 2… Continue
Added by Tarz on February 21, 2010 at 5:26am —
Added by Alison B on February 19, 2010 at 8:58am —
I was happily working on my second zine. I was reading and thinking maybe I should stick with art, since art is what I know about, so I ripped out part of the guts of my second zine. I made the decision to just do art, then some things happened, and now here it is a few weeks later, my life is over flowing with all kinds of things and there sits my second zine looking at me accusingly.
I'm not sure if I will publish the first or second one,… Continue
Added by Whitering on February 18, 2010 at 7:10pm —
hey i made a quarter size zine to give to friends. it's about bands with violins in them. you can read it here:
Added by Shotgun Seamstress on February 18, 2010 at 5:30pm —
a strange, demented e-zine of compulsive, reckless creativity. A mix of social satire and bitter realism...CLEAR A PATH PEOPLE!feedback appreciated...
Added by Kevin C. Pearce on February 18, 2010 at 2:49pm —
The Poopsheet Foundation will be at STAPLE! in Austin on March 6th with over 3,000 mini-comics and zines from the late '70s up to now.
Come see us at Table 50 which we'll be… Continue
Added by Rick Bradford on February 18, 2010 at 1:25pm —
One month and ten days have passed since PROFANITY HILL
hit the airwaves and I'm overjoyed by the response.
It feels real good to get good handmade pubs in the hands of good real people.
Thank you everyone!
yer eyes peeled the next couple weeks because I'm going to be adding
fantastic work by MARTINE WORKMAN and TONY REMPLE to the shop.
you happen to bee in Portland, OR April 24th and/or 25th stop… Continue
Added by Jason T. Miles on February 18, 2010 at 1:19pm —
The answer to, and winner (if any) for, our last contest question of:
This record features both the Father of Country Music and the Father of Jazz. Name it.
Blue Yodel #9, one of the pioneering records by the Father of Country Music Jimmie Rodgers, with horn by the Father of Jazz, Satchmo Armstrong.…
Added by Tom Hendricks on February 17, 2010 at 10:30am —
Here's a new Disposable Camera:
It's A6, 16 pages, has a fold out centrefold, GSOH, social smoker... ha ha. Let me know if you're interested in reading it.
You can send me $3 via paypal (email@example.com) or through the post at:
PO Box 1879
Strawberry Hills NSW 2012
Or write to me about doing a trade.
Bye for now,
Added by Vanessa Berry on February 16, 2010 at 3:56pm —
Februrary is pretty epic. This month bring a slew of newness, especially as far as zines are concerned. With subjects ranging from radical parenting to the non-traditional use of classical instruments, I'm always happy to carry more zines that don't have the usual themes. As much as I love a good perzine about riding a bike to get donuts with one's friends, I like ones about revolutionary locksmiths and lifelong non-religious virginity much better. We restocked a ton of stuff, too, and there's… Continue
Added by Antiquated Future on February 16, 2010 at 10:30am —
Last night I finally put the the finishing touches to my first ever zine.
Phoenixii. Issue 1
It is a collection of songs/lyrics/poems/stories/experiences and artwork.
I really wanted to make my first zine and I am happy I have managed to complete it. Now comes the printing. I was going to attempt to covertyl copy it at work but do not think this is going to be practical as the areas are too open and people will see what I am… Continue
Added by Tarz on February 16, 2010 at 4:31am —