Finally, I got a website set up! It doesn't have anything on it though. D: I'll try to work on it more tonight. Bookmark me and check for updates!
Added by Sophie Bee! on August 29, 2009 at 11:39am —
I have three new zines ready!
You can see details and / or buy with paypal at rebelgrrlzine.co.uk
or contact me on here if you are interested in trading, or just send trades (for similar) to me at
PO Box 4663
Basically, the three zines are:
Rebel Grrl Zine: The Survive Issue
This is a feminist zine aimed at survivors of sexual abuse… Continue
Added by incurable hippie on August 29, 2009 at 9:30am —
[Ah-ha! The moment has come for me to post something on my page, finally! I have been a big utilizer of to-do lists in the past and I recently made like, the ultimate whopper of a to-do list with sub-sections that included a whole section on "Networking". So, this little blog entry baby here earns me a slash through something on the list! Ah, sweet satisfaction...]
A bit about me and what I've done :)
My biggest project right now is a zine called Jesus Christ Super Zine.… Continue
Added by Ariel Birks on August 28, 2009 at 8:05pm —
This week I worked on the Nicole J Georges swap-zine with the topic "5 Most Embarrassing Moments," and I learned how to spell the word EMBARRASS, a word seldom used. Very excited about the swap... she did one last Spring which got my fired from my job so I am hoping this year will have more promising results.
If you would like one I will accept trade or $1.…
Added by Rachel Lee Carman on August 28, 2009 at 5:00pm —
news on why there are currently no issues of COTL on sale
Eek, after going through about 5 [desktop] printers in 6 years, and printing hundreds upon hundreds of zines by myself, the new printer I'm borrowing (following the crash & burn of my ol' faithful Canon earlier in the week) may just have priced me out of doing colour-printing at-home &/or selling the zine at it's current cost (the zine has always sold for the price it costs to make it, 100%… Continue
Added by Colouring Outside The Lines on August 28, 2009 at 4:37pm —
QZAP:meta #2 is Finished!!!
It's done! It's out! And You want a copy!!! A queer zine about queer zines. This issue is great... just read an excerpt:
Whew!!! That's a lot, and it's only the middle of August. Onto the issue! We got a bunch of great submissions for this issue. Teknad has written a sweet little introduction to French and Francophone queer zines, Chris has a piece about queer zines from Minnesota, Sam Stoker writes about their… Continue
Added by QZAP on August 28, 2009 at 9:06am —
NOwhere 2 Be Found, will focus on just that views & culture that are not often focused on by gay media or the gay community. heres a list of some of the subject matter that the magazine will focus on sci-fi,science fiction,horror,fantasy punk,metal,ska,oi!,street punk,death metal,noise, & other music Health,mental health,substance abuse issues, learning,emotional,physical difficulties. Personal stories, fiction, interviews, diy how-to,comics, art. The first issue will be out in January… Continue
Added by nowhere 2 be found on August 27, 2009 at 10:00pm —
Sooo issue 2 has finally been printed! I'm currently moving house so might not respond too quickly over the next week, but message me if you want a copy :) As usual, Im already have plenty of ideas of stuff I'd like to write for issue three so once im all setted in to my new home i can get typing and scribbling again! :D
Issue # 2 includes:
* Writing about writing
* Addiction and a disintegrated friendship
* Transition and Relationships part 1
* How to Make… Continue
Added by Kira Swales on August 27, 2009 at 3:54pm —
I finished this back in July, and it has taken me this long to get around to posting it here.
The way that this zine was made:
First I did a very large very intricate drawing. Next I photocopied it. Next I cut up the photocopies to the size of the pages. Next I photocopied these pages, but what is cool is that I photocopied them onto the back of paper that was already used on one side. The side that we didn't want to see was folded in. Then I… Continue
Added by ladypajama on August 27, 2009 at 1:42pm —
this newly formed single celled protoplasm has beaten the patrol. wet foot dry foot. bird. Continue
Added by jean-michel parka on August 27, 2009 at 12:48pm —
As part of our (hopefully) ongoing series on zineing, our good friend Eric Bartholomew, who writes a zine called Junk Drawer, gave us a few words on why he does what he does. Check it out if you can: http://www.diatribemedia.com/?p=224
Added by Aaron Cynic on August 26, 2009 at 6:28pm —
Hi there! I have been handed over the Welland Zine Library by Jen Pilles to move to Niagara College, my place of study, for students to take advantage of. I am right now in the process of updating and re-vamping the collection for the new school year (starting September 9th), and need your help!
I am especially lacking feminist, women's health, food, mental health and queer zines especially.
If you are interested in donating a copy of your zine, please message me or e-mail… Continue
Added by chantal on August 26, 2009 at 5:05pm —
Added by AvantAfro on August 26, 2009 at 2:09pm —
i have taken inspairation from the oldschool for the PHOTO zine i make
its collaberative, and its about what the photographer wants to communicate.
quantity over quality ----
Added by AvantAfro on August 26, 2009 at 1:29pm —
“The Meadow” has been written in a very extraordinary way. For example, there was never any intention to bring the story into manuscript format. It was only after my encounter with Elfreda that it became a reality and, between us, we prized the idea out of my head and onto a hard drive. Even when we began writing the story, there was never an outline laid out for the whole thing. Outlines were only prepared for each chapter as we took them step by step.
I remember Elfreda… Continue
Added by Mike O'Hare on August 26, 2009 at 11:17am —
Musea E-mail Club #483 Zinc World
This week's e-mail club message is a special one for me. I
heard from Dr. Mulkidjanian, concerning two new science papers he has
recently published. They talk about his ideas for a ZINC WORLD, and
how zinc may have played an important role in the start of life.
And not only does it support some of the ideas I had,
but he even mentioned me in the acknowledgments.
So it is a real honor to pass on the… Continue
Added by Tom Hendricks on August 26, 2009 at 11:15am —
The answer to, and winner (if any) for,
our last contest question of:
Pizzicato is when the string player plucks
the strings instead of using a bow. This
classical composer's 3rd movement of one of his
symphonies had the string section play
pizzicato throughout. Name the composer
and the symphony.
The third movement of the 4th symphony by
Pyotr IllyichTchaikovsky (1877-78). It is
a delightful piece of music - check it… Continue
Added by Tom Hendricks on August 25, 2009 at 9:44am —
Many of the older generation of students are bemoaning the fact that students nowadays have it easy. Now if they have term paper work they wouldn't have to slog through manual typewriters (or handwritten even) but can just boot up their computers and do their work. Researching for students nowadays also means browsing through the internet and searching for websites instead of going through tons of books at the library.
Of course, having computers is not useful if the users would not… Continue
Added by Nyther on August 24, 2009 at 7:20pm —
Based From the Movie Twilight
Just recently, the youth became so into the Twilight phenomenon. No doubt, this series have really captured the interest of the young generations. A lot of teenagers where so into it that they even got the thought of finding their own Edward Cullen or Bella Swan.
But what's with the series and the vampire thing that made these youngsters get hooked into it? Perhaps a research paper about this would become a hit!
Added by Unysa on August 24, 2009 at 7:12pm —
Added by ciaraxyerra on August 24, 2009 at 11:36am —