Wow, you won't believe how excited I am!!! On Friday, at a farmer's market that's kind of near my house (it sells some cool antiques) I was looking through a bunch of crates of junk some guy was selling, and I found an old-fashioned camera that actually uses film! It looked like it was in working condition so I asked him how much it was, and he sold it to me for only $3.00. So I took it home, and asked my mom if she had any film from her old camera. She gave me a roll of colour and a roll of… Continue
Added by Sophie Bee! on July 5, 2009 at 8:54am —
I feel stupid for saying it--well, more for feeling it: I'm feeling homesick today and it's partly because it's the Fourth of July, a holiday I've always been kind of ambivalent about. Anyway, have some fun, some fireworks and watch the sunburn for me, while I celebrate my Independence. Maybe I can rustle up some Loyalists in downtown Toronto.
Wish I were there. (Martin Van Buren State Park, Lake Michigan).
Update: Independence… Continue
Added by Monstress Zine on July 4, 2009 at 2:00pm —
I've been thinking about home more and more recently... like I said, the fact that I am away from home, family, and friends didnt really hit me until just very recently--which is over a year and a half since I made my big stupid move.
So anyways, a friend have made me realize that I haven't really experienced a lot of things back home. I mean heck, I lived in an archipelago, made up of thousands of islands, but I have never once gone to any of the beaches there. My university there… Continue
Added by Saling Pusa Distro/closed on July 4, 2009 at 1:00pm —
So I am tryuing to dtart a zine library but I cant because I only have a couple of zines so if you are willing to donate a zine to this library I am trying to start I will be really grateful thanks!!
Added by April Pacheco on July 3, 2009 at 6:09pm —
So yesterday I planned on working on the monster drawings I am going to submit to the coloring book issue of Lucky Creature Attacks
. And instead of drawing, I procrastinated by doing actual boring work. I unpacked this box that's been sitting in my bedroom since I moved over a year ago. It's not like I needed anything in that box, either. I think it's just that I want to draw something different and I want the finished… Continue
Added by Monstress Zine on July 3, 2009 at 11:52am —
Raighne (Good Minnesotan) Hogan's charming mini-comic about growing a beard!
Numbered edition of 100 copies.
More info and sample pages in the Poopsheet… Continue
Added by Rick Bradford on July 2, 2009 at 9:22pm —
will be making three zines, as i will be in shanghai for three months---
will post them on this site when they are done.
peace and love
my son was born on the 18th june..
all zine making on hault, but still open for trades, of some of my older stuff
Added by AvantAfro on July 2, 2009 at 3:23pm —
cough cough cough. shit
Added by jean-michel parka on July 2, 2009 at 2:52pm —
Okay so I noticed that the university bookstore was having a bargain sale, and me, being the ever impulsive buyer have decided to wander around... it was lucky though that even though this means im a few bucks poorer, I found something that's actually quite interesting, the book: Bitches, Bimbos and Ballbreakers by the Guerilla Girls, which is quite an old book but nevertheless interesting. I've only browsed through the pages, but will probably post a review as soon as I finish going through… Continue
Added by Saling Pusa Distro/closed on July 1, 2009 at 2:15pm —
I wrote another review last week for the Big Issue (a British newspaper sold by homeless vendors, with them keeping 80p of the £1.50 cover price).
It was for a live High Definition broadcast at our local cinema of a National Theatre production of 'Phedre', starring Helen Mirren (who played the Queen) and some dood out of that 'Mamma Mia!' movie:
I'm getting paid again for this, which helps a lot in these times of… Continue
Added by rogerSIMIAN on July 1, 2009 at 11:28am —
Fellow zinester Iris J. Arnesen, editor of "The Opera Glass" has just announced the release of a new major work on Puccini's operas titled "The Romantic World of Puccini: A New Critical Appraisal of the Operas" ($45 from publisher McFarland & Company).
It's always a treat for me, when zinesters I know and trade with, get published. Iris's book is now available for pre order at Amazon Books and I'm sure it'll be widely available soon.
You can see the… Continue
Added by Tom Hendricks on July 1, 2009 at 10:15am —
Wow, can't believe it's been 2 years already! And what a fantastic, amazing, incrediable 2 years it's been! I never dreamt when I opened marching stars with about 12 zines it would grow into what it has today. The last year has been difficult at university, but I was determined to prove everyone who said "all distros close when the owner goes to university" wrong!
Thank you SO… Continue
Added by lizzy / marching stars distro on June 30, 2009 at 6:18pm —
I've just been experimenting with the online ebook publishing tool myebook and have uploaded an episode of Ex: Astris
, called Homecoming
: a 10-page strip which first appeared in the British comic in Bulletproof Comics #2
. Click on the image on the right to view the comic… Continue
Added by John Freeman on June 30, 2009 at 3:01pm —
Here's a review of my zine Candy Box that Madrea Marie is going to include in her zine:
Chantels friend from the UK sent her a box full of UK candies. Chantel then decides to document her candy eating adventure. She rates each kind of candy and describes its taste, texture, and appearance. A nice added touch is the candy wrappers throughout the pages. It is a very cute little zine, and made me want to eat some chocolate!
Added by Amazing Sunflower on June 30, 2009 at 8:27am —
The answer to, and winner (if any) for,
our last contest question of:
Matisse and Picasso were both rivals and great friends. They were also arguably the best artists of the century. Each influenced the other more than the other would admit. Let's go back in time. Picasso just unveiled his new picture, the groundbreaking masterpiece that would change the world of art forever, "Les Demoiselles, d'Avignon". What was Matisse's reaction when he first saw the… Continue
Added by Tom Hendricks on June 29, 2009 at 10:51am —
Here are some zine reviews I plan to have in my next zine. I may still edit them or change them around a bit, and I still have more zines to review, so let me know what you think of these so far! Need more, less? do they make you want to order the zines, yes or no or what?
Fed Up Mag #11/Free
Another Fed up, whiny zine from the angry Irishman. Alan always says he is fed up, but he keeps on complaining.… Continue
Added by Madrea Marie on June 29, 2009 at 6:11am —
I need to visit home.
I have to see my friends.
I NEED to be with my family.
Yeah, i know, those are three lines I never really thought I'd have to admit to. But alas, I do. And zines and crafts just might help me make it happen. How? Well from this day til before Christmas (my target date), I'll save every single cent I make from my zines/writings/poetry/crafts/photography for the plane ticket. So I'll have to apologize to everyone if my prices cannot be SUPER low as I… Continue
Added by Saling Pusa Distro/closed on June 28, 2009 at 8:00pm —
July is International Zine Month
To celebrate, free with any order from Click Clack Distro
will be the Entry Point compliation zine. This zine was put together in order to recognize how zinesters got involved in zines. Seventeen zinesters from around the world participated in this project, read their stories!…
Added by NicoleIntrovert on June 28, 2009 at 4:07pm —
It's been forever since I made a zine, let a lone an art zine. Today I'm going to brain storm on possible ideas for an art zine and hopefully I'll start on the project tonight.
Also, I have completed dinosaur vs. robot #6. Sadly, it is going to be the last issue of my comic journal series. In its place, I have been working on a comic series called Devil Bids Us Skoal
. Perhaps in the future I'll do a… Continue
Added by Ainsley on June 28, 2009 at 2:30pm —
Hi All, I just wanted to introduce myself and say hi to all members. Thanks for the great resource.
I produce a zine called Sybil's Garage. It's primarily filled with modern speculative fiction, poetry, and artwork from the early 20th century. I started it in Hoboken, New Jersey, but have moved to Greenpoint last year (hence the G train symbology in the current issue). Here's a picture of the latest cover:
You can check out… Continue
Added by Matthew Kressel on June 28, 2009 at 8:02am —