Portland Zine Symposium 2009 will be July 24-26, 2009 at Portland State Univeristy in Portland, Oregon!
Also, we are looking for artwork .Could you be the one to create it?
Portland Zine Symposium Friends,
PZS is looking for art submissions for the 2009 poster. These year's
themes are cats, 9 lives, and "Hang in there!" Your art submission
should touch upon one or all of these themes.
The guidelines are simple – We are looking for a 11" wide x 17"… Continue
Added by Alex Wrekk on January 26, 2009 at 11:45pm —
I thought this would be a good place to keep a list of my freshly-started but swiftly-growing zine collection! :D
Added by Rhonda on January 26, 2009 at 8:35pm —
The planning for the 2009 Richmond Zine Fest will likely begin within the next month or so. We will begin posting more as we have more updates and more information.
Added by Richmond Zine Fest on January 26, 2009 at 6:10pm —
Calling all Far Northern zine-sters and artists, this March Upholstery will be having their first show for 2009, called Gutter Trash! This is a show about Zine culture, street press and random self publish ramblings.
Cairns (Australia) has had a recent spate of self-published offerings, so Upholstery thought they would bring em all together and showcase the best, the worst and the randoms!
No Upholstery are not reviving their last zine A5, but will be launching a new… Continue
Added by Artists books 3.0 on January 26, 2009 at 3:31pm —
Now that Obama is safely buckled into the White House this is a good time to relax and write that essay you have been meaning to write for We'll Never Have Paris. Don't know what to write? Think of it as an email to a friend you are never going to send. Something real and not fictional, something personal but universal. something 1,000 words or less.
OR send me Facebook status messages, tiny bubbles of prolonged failure.
thanks. contact me with questions, send submissions… Continue
Added by We'll Never Have Paris on January 26, 2009 at 10:45am —
I won;t be posting much because I'm not a fan of too much computer time, but I like this idea and Krissy rules.
Sandstone #25 will be copied up shortly. It records Tracy and my trips to Utah, New Mexico, eastern Oregon, and the 2008 Portland Zine Symposium. This is the only zine I've done that is all positive, almost no politics. I'm curious to hear any reactions because I've never done just a travel story before. Includes multiple pages of zine reviews, photos from Mesa… Continue
Added by Ryan Mishap on January 25, 2009 at 12:31pm —
I'm also trying to make zines with my seventh and eighth graders:
if you have a place to post that somewhere, that would be incredible.
My 802 class on our vision quest ceremony after making "Medicine Bags" (after the story.)
Added by Bonnie MacAllister on January 25, 2009 at 9:00am —
Added by Bonnie MacAllister on January 24, 2009 at 4:30pm —
There are actually 4 of them I think but I'm just going to post these two.
I need a shower... I have been working on SSR for about 3 days now and every time I look for a Sharpie it seems that I have put my hair up with it. I have been wearing the same pajama style clothes: long johns, a thread bare velour leopard print skirt, a 2008 Portland zine symposium shirt and the same sweatshirt I have worn everyday for the past week. I am a model of class!
Still, I'm getting things… Continue
Added by Alex Wrekk on January 24, 2009 at 7:30am —
Chicken-Head Records Zine is published Quarterly. We published 2000 copies from 2000 to 2008, now due to increasing overhead we're down to a 1000. We lovingly fold and staple each one of these babies, and then drop them off at the ever diminishing record store as well as ship a few here and there. I guess people read them, who would have known! Currently archiving back issues, keep checking back for details.
Added by Paul de Valera on January 23, 2009 at 9:53am —
The latest cover done by Dexter Cockburn himself! Thank-you, Dex! Now to get #5 rolling! It will be out on March 12th and will feature some art by various alternative/xxx rated artists. It will also have an exclusive interview with Angus of Hatchetface and the Vipers and some special guest poets and stories of shit with my pal Lula May Firebush. There is also an ass contest where you send in a pic of your ass to email@example.com and you win a BRM t-shirt! Deadline for that… Continue
Added by Jme Hash on January 22, 2009 at 9:17pm —
I'm way new at this, I just have always loved music, writing and drawing so this past summer I thought, "Why not combine all those things?"
So I did, came up with Squid Pro Quo and finally printed it out. It's basically a punk rock zine with interviews, album reviews, cartoons and musicians' columns. At least that's what I've got thus far.
In issue #1, you'll find:
-Interview with Joe Queer and John P. Hayes (aka Wimpy Rutherford) of THE QUEERS!
-Interview with Tony… Continue
Added by Squid Pro Quo on January 21, 2009 at 11:54pm —
Some years back, I interviewed Ayun Halliday (of East Village Inky and The Big Rumpus and No Touch Monkey fame) for Clamor. I can't remember what title this interview had when it was in the magazine.
Ayun Halliday is the author of the recently released book The Big Rumpus. She is also the writer and illustrator of the quarterly zine The East Village Inky and the mother of two in the under-five crowd. I adore her work. When I start reading The East Village Inky, I cannot put it down,… Continue
Added by Amazing Sunflower on January 21, 2009 at 8:09pm —
I am happy to say I have finished and printed issue #3. This one is once again band photos and is focused on basement/DIY type space. 28 pages, full color. Photos taken between 2002-2008. You can get these from me for $5 + $2 shipping.
Bands included: Drunkdriver, Ampere, Yamoto, The Agenda, Pressure, Since By Man, Warhammer48k, Vampire Hands, Graf Orlock, Empires, Phoenix Bodies, Ten Grand, MC/VL, Ultra Dolphins, Pukers, Lightning Bolt, The Vets, The Fugue, Knife World, Shotgun… Continue
Added by I Like The Lights on January 21, 2009 at 2:43pm —
I’m helming the ZINESTER’S GUIDE TO NYC, to be published by Microcosm Publishing in the summer of 2010 and wherever you are, I need your help!
An offbeat resource for intrepid DIY-spirited visitors!
An inspirational assignment! Turn your travels into a creative project!
A NYC omnibus featuring contributions from a wide array of zinesters!
A little paper friend to keep the solo traveler’s courage up!
A funky tool for prying unique experience from a big, bad… Continue
Added by The East Village Inky on January 21, 2009 at 2:15pm —
This is my first time doing a video preview. Check it… Continue
Added by Josh Blair on January 20, 2009 at 12:52pm —
I've been toying with a few ideas, things to work on between what I already have going...
- Photo study minis -- I already have a good start on a lot of photo studies. I have series of fire hydrants, fences, and churches already, so depending on length I really wouldn't need to take many additional photos to complete a zine (seperate zine for each theme). I'm thinking of scrapbooking a layout for each little page but not actually attaching the photos. Then I could get…
Added by Rhonda on January 19, 2009 at 11:57pm —
I've been trying to contact Small Pressers in Bristol to organise meets and event later this year.
Anyone interested please get in touch.
Added by Terry Hooper on January 19, 2009 at 2:27pm —
A Few Words
—my first collection of poems—$1
The Best of Poet-in-the-Box
—a short collection of poems that I wrote on demand as my alter ego while sitting in a cardboard box (really!)— $1
Poems for the Year
—a collection of over 20 poems not found in any of my other poetry booklets. I wrote one or more poems in a variety of styles for each month, from the cold of Kansas winter to the heat of Kansas summer—$2
Added by Amazing Sunflower on January 18, 2009 at 10:30am —
The Project for January is A Poem A Day.
I have to give myself projects and challenges or I never get anything done. This time I have invited other poets to join me.
I guess the title is self-explanatory, but here's the invitation I sent out to other poets:
1) Write a poem each day during the month of January 2009.
2) Give yourself full permission to write mostly crap. The exercise does not call for a great poem or even a complete poem every day. The… Continue
Added by Amazing Sunflower on January 18, 2009 at 7:20am —