completed and ready for delivery, y'all!
Added by brandi lee on March 8, 2009 at 2:52pm —
i'm thinking of doing an episode all about what it means when we say "the zine community." and do you actually FEEL PART of this so called "zine community?" DO you feel alienated? Do you feel it is to politically correct? do you feel like there are cliques? do you feel accepted and free to write about any ol' thing you want or do you worry about people calling your work offensive or not politcally correct? do you feel like the 'zine community' is your home? why? I WANNA HEAR YOUR STORIES,… Continue
Added by Hannah Neurotica on March 7, 2009 at 12:53pm —
I have done SEVEN episodes of ZINECORE RADIO. I would like to get this to an even 10 before I kiss it goodbye.
So if you would like to be on one of the FINAL THREE EPISODES EVER of ZINECORE RADIO get in touch!
once the 10th episode is done I will put the 10 hours worth of zine talk radio on a disc and it will be availible to buy for cost of materials and… Continue
Added by Hannah Neurotica on March 7, 2009 at 10:48am —
i just laid out the first 6 pages of All Things Ordinary #1. This is a big night for me because this will be my first zine since March of 2004. This is also my first quarter sized zine. Thus far, i have done 2 full sized, one half legal size, and one half size zine (in that order). I doubt i will ever make another full sized zine, but i really liked the half size and half legal size formats.
The big excitement for me with quarter sized is it… Continue
Added by Derek Neuland on March 6, 2009 at 10:51pm —
This review originally appeared on the Feminist Review blog.
The Chainbreaker Bike Book
by Shelley Lynn Jackson and Ethan Clark
This “rough guide to bicycle maintenance” is really two books in one.
The first half is a bike repair manual, with which the authors strive to “serve many people, from the very beginner to a decent mechanic who just likes to geek out...” I found the how-to instructions accessible, written in a way that is… Continue
Added by Amazing Sunflower on March 6, 2009 at 7:01pm —
I am excited to finally have made one. After reading lots and lots of zines, I had decided (long ago) that I wanted to make one...But I never did. I don't know where the inspiration came from, but I finally started it while at work on the train the other day. For some reason it took making neat-o layouts for the text to get me to actually do the writing. For some odd reason I couldn't "prepare" what I wanted to write about. Thats why my zine is sort of a mix of completely random and unrelated… Continue
Added by Veriria on March 6, 2009 at 6:50pm —
You can now buy from the Lola distro online with paypal!
I'm gradually adding on more stock over the weekend so keep checking it out!
This is also our new special website where you can find info, listings, news, pics and the distro, hurrah!
NEWST ARRIVAL: Shotgun Seamstress issue 3
Added by Em Ledger on March 6, 2009 at 3:24am —
The new issue of Mixtape has hit my letterbox and excited me just a little too much. I've stuck it up on my Online Store for all you shoppers out there..........
"This is a beautifully crafted zine. Since its humble beginnings, Mixtape has grown from strength to strength. What began as an exciting project between two crafty females from Melbourne has become a very professionally printed, full colour zine that is still all about DIY and a strong love of art.
Issue 8… Continue
Added by Bird in the Hand Zine Shop on March 5, 2009 at 8:30pm —
Issue 5 of Colouring Outside The Lines will be out in June (the launch of it is co-inciding with the first Colouring Outside The Lines art exhibition - yikes!)
This means that Issue 4 will go out of print in June too, so if you want a copy, grab one before then!
Issue 4 is currently available via the RAG distro (Ireland), Cherry Bomb Distro (UK/NZ), Manifesta Distro (UK), and online at etsy and dwanda and folksy - see my page for linkage!
Added by Colouring Outside The Lines on March 5, 2009 at 5:10pm —
My name is Veriria and I've been playing on the internet back when it was just bulletin boards and external modems. However, I somehow totally missed out on Zines somehow. Born in 1982, I've been a child of the computer since around age 5. My father was one of the privileged few (because he was in high management) to get the first commercially available computers, laptop computers, the BRICKS (cellphones) and all that throughout his career with his job at Amtrak. I don't know what I did to piss… Continue
Added by Veriria on March 5, 2009 at 3:30pm —
In conjunction with the Zine Librarians Unconference coming up on March 14th and 15th at ZAPP, we are having a zine reading at Cafe Allegro on Saturday, March 14th at 7pm. We need more readers!
Now's your chance to read shoulder to shoulder with Alex Wrekk of Stolen Sharpie Revolution and Brainscan fame and genius barber Zach Mandeville of Funwater Awesome zine! If you're interested, reply here or head on over to the zine librarians unconference wiki to sign up.… Continue
Added by Kelsey Smith on March 5, 2009 at 11:29am —
I have published this zine for 3 years as a biweekly. I just took a couple months off, and now I am going to be putting it out Monthly.
I am charging 6 dollars for 6 months or 12 dollars for 12 months. Basically a dollar an issue. I have it up on etsy.
But I will also take well… Continue
Added by ladypajama on March 5, 2009 at 11:00am —
MARCH 4, 2009
For Immediate Release
– Take a freewheeling ride through Charm City in the transit-themed Intersections
, the latest installment in the popular “Smile, Hon, You’re in Baltimore!” series published by Eight-Stone Press.
In this issue, Rosalia Scalia hunts Ducks in Little Italy; Ben A. Shaberman runs for his life; Joe Higler eludes certain death at the bus stop; J.… Continue
Added by Eight-Stone Press on March 5, 2009 at 9:04am —
The garage has been cleared out and the murals spray painted. It's a lovely day. I've been keeping myself busy with library stuff, and completely forgot about my school obligations! I need to work on my time management skills. With the murals done, all that is left now are the donations and the materials to build the shelves with. The library should be open in a month or two depending on how smoothly everything goes. I might need someone to volunteer during lending hours also, if that is… Continue
Added by Mimi on March 5, 2009 at 1:30am —
I've been so busy lately, I feel like I've fallen off the face of the zine community. I DO NOT LIKE THIS!!
I'm hoping that by spring I'll get it all together and get a little more active, but it's hard to say with classes and work.
ANYWAY! I'm going to be tabling at stumptown. I'm crazy nervous that I'm going to be the only minicomic/zinester there. I know when I went in 2006 there were hella zinesters, but that was three years ago (still bummed that I couldn't go the last… Continue
Added by Ainsley on March 4, 2009 at 12:44pm —
Yesterday I put up a month long exhibit in the lobby of the University of Washington Graduate Library (Suzzallo/Allen to locals). It was a bit tough aiming it at mostly people that might not know what a zine is as well as trying to add books to the collection about radical and zine cataloging encouraging librarians to collect zines in academic library collections (during March the ACRL conference, as well as the Zine Librarian Unconference, will be taking place in Seattle). It was also hard to… Continue
Added by Dan 10things on March 3, 2009 at 4:30pm —
Check it out:
I included zines by some members of We Make Zines. Make sure to add a comment. The number of views and comments bumps it up. And, of course, purchase something that strikes your fancy.
Added by Josh Blair on March 3, 2009 at 10:14am —
From the BBC via the zine librarian's list serv:
Please repost it if you wish.
Added by Milo on March 3, 2009 at 10:09am —
I shared a stall at the Alternative Press Fair at the start of Feb with my friends Scott and Chris, and their friend Pete who I hadn't met before. Thanks to Jimi and Peter for organising such a great event.…
Added by Emma Jane Falconer on March 3, 2009 at 7:23am —
This year I've embarked on a new project which is going to involve me collaborating as a writer with twelve other artists to produce a new product or performance each month.
The project is called Two Heads and the result of the January collaboration with Ben Platts-Mills is already up to view online at http://www.ecartilage.co.uk/twoheadsjanuary.htm
The work is… Continue
Added by Wes White on March 3, 2009 at 7:15am —