I am a total newbie to the world of Zines!
It is here that I hope I am able to finally burst through my writer's bubble that has encased me for so long.
I have so many ideas floating around in my head, I just lack the discipline to allow them to flow forth.
Added by chrissy on January 11, 2009 at 3:41pm —
Looking for writers and artists in southern Indiana and western Kentucky who are interested in collaborating on literary zines, co-op reviews, and roller derby.
Added by crystal folz on January 11, 2009 at 2:53pm —
It's been a little while since I've posted one of these updates but here's what's been added to the Poopsheet Shop since the last one (links and more info below):
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Added by Rick Bradford on January 10, 2009 at 3:31pm —
Wow, first blog.
Unfortunately I've become used to writing and reading incredibly diluted life-stories on myspace profiles; so writing a blog should give me the kick up the backside I truely deserve.
So let's not start with the basics.
- I was born on Christmas day, 1993, during the Queens speech. My mother still managed to eat two chrismas dinners that day.
- I have a passion for history, art, music and history of art and music. Currently I have a developing fixation on… Continue
Added by Lulu on January 10, 2009 at 3:30pm —
CHEAP FUNDRAISER PRINT SALE/CUSTOM ILLUSTRATIONS
My name is Ramsey and I make a zine called list filled with illustrations! If you like my zine, it's a good chance you like it because of the drawings, so I figured it was relevant to post about my illustration sale on here.
My cat, Stella, became very ill over the holiday and the only way to save her was for her to get surgery. Obviously, surgery of any kind, even for an animal, is very expensive. Since she was a young cat,… Continue
Added by ramsey everydaypants on January 10, 2009 at 2:57pm —
Not really sure if anyone bothers to read my blog posts on here, but I figured that since I made a coupon for my past customers to use I might as well spread it around for anyone else who wanted to buy up some zines with a 20% discount. Through 1.20.09, you will receive 20% off the total of your zine order if you enter the code "holiday0809" when you check out. Trust me, it works! It's great! And I've got a lot of great new stuff on the site right now, so stop on by and check it… Continue
Added by Taylor-Parcell on January 9, 2009 at 11:41pm —
ONLY FOR THE OPEN-MINDED is a community supported independent literary, art and music dissemination unit that dares to distribute any forms of creation made by people who believe that art and music is an adventure that cannot be restricted by any kind of categorization and limitation. ONLY FOR THE OPEN-MINDED supports all kinds of artists and creative endeavors that encourage and inspires others to create their own in whatever form they please.
OPEN-MINDED Press is starting the DIY… Continue
Added by Open-Minded Press on January 9, 2009 at 4:30pm —
GET IN TOUCH- WE LOOOOOOVEEEE SMALL DISTRO's and want to help you out... contact firstname.lastname@example.org
we are always
small press books
Added by Alex Jones on January 9, 2009 at 3:13pm —
Greencup Books is a not-for-profit community bookstore and publisher that publishes original titles in a variety of genres—including poetry, fiction, art, agitprop,—we also sell original art by local artists. We have all kinds of stuff going on at Greencup, we just teamed up with the local all ages venue and besides from punk shows, we have modern dance performances, activist theatre, spoken word and art shows. Volunteers who are interested in working with Greencup Books please call… Continue
Added by Alex Jones on January 9, 2009 at 11:30am —
I came back to school to find a huge pile of mail outside my door, including zines from Susy Pow, Heather, and Emma Stronach! I just opened them and am super-excited to get to read 'em all. One of my favorite things about this whole zine trading business is getting real mail almost every day. :)
So if anyone wants to trade, I've got a new zine out; it's called "Weird Things We Hang On Our Christmas Tree" and is exactly as it sounds. My older zines are still available as well... leave… Continue
Added by Anna on January 8, 2009 at 12:23pm —
This is a review of Carrots and Condoms on the Xerography Debt blog, posted by librarian666:
"On a personal note, this zine struck a chord of memory with me: that feeling I had just after college, where the working world was so repugnant, so horrible, it drove me mad with despair.
I didn't discover the desire to farm or to somehow create a Portland, OR where I was; I went down in flames of defeat.
So, to you, Coco, you go girl! Keep the passion alive and change… Continue
Added by Coco Negro on January 7, 2009 at 7:36pm —
for those who don't know, this is not your average zine. no interviews or reviews, but just a collection of stories about how i managed to see every single movie that came out during my first year of university... for free, and some other adventures that happened in the movie theatre. comes on glossy paper with pretty sweet illustrations
printed on glossy paper with heavy cover.
pictures are on my profile page!
more info about me here:… Continue
Added by the year we saw them all on January 7, 2009 at 2:30pm —
Absent Cause #2: DUALITY
bisexual bipolar body-conscious dead or alive
dialectical doppelganger gendered
identified mirrored radical
Amanda Palmer interview on music, madness and the ReBELLYon
And INTERVIEWS with:
* Walaa Quisay, Egyptian student activist
* Laura-Marie Taylor, Functionally Ill zine
* Breaking… Continue
Added by redguard on January 7, 2009 at 2:01pm —
Happy New Year from Ffotogallery!
Our Photography and New Media courses are recruiting now.
If you are interested in studying with us, then book your place quickly as courses are filling up.
We will be running the following classes this term:
* Creative Website Design 2. Wednesdays from 07.01.09
* Creative Website Design 1. Sundays from 11.01.09
* Intermediate Digital Photography. Day, Evening & Weekend classes available from 12.01.09
* Landscape… Continue
Added by Ffotogallery@TurnerHouse on January 7, 2009 at 9:00am —
I'm organising a zine exhibition for around March with various zinemakers - a collective, if you like - and I wondered whether you had a zine ready or something you'd like to make, which could be included in the exhibition?
There will be pages (or excerpts) from zines blown up to larger sizes and displayed on the wall in whichever creative form the zinemaker wants. For example, simple A3 or A2 sized posters or on canvasses or inside books hung on the wall... The… Continue
Added by Bird in the Hand Zine Shop on January 6, 2009 at 9:19pm —
I am working on getting together fat zines and zines that included articles about fat issues for a possible anthology. The zine would be a collection of fat zines over the last 10+ years.
I really want to do it and think it could be great, but am having a hard time finding the zines, especially some older ones. If you did one or had something about fat politics published in one in the last 15 years, please contact me asap.
Added by Krissy PonyBoy Press on January 6, 2009 at 4:17pm —
This is a mini zine that I created for the Mini Zine Folks group swap (09). It fits into a standard envelope, is black and white and 16 pages. Because it's shiny an new, I've put it in a foil embossed koi envelope I found at the asian grocery.
The zine features pages from my sketchbook drawn especially for the… Continue
Added by Emma Stronach on January 6, 2009 at 3:54pm —
I figure i don't have a steady zine. I do have poetry chapbooks and chap. anthologies. Then i have these one-shots. In comic world (a world i am so comfortable living in). A one-shot according to Wikipedia is:
In the American comic book industry, the term one-shot is used to denote a pilot comic or a stand-alone story created to last as one issue. These single issues are usually labeled with a "#1" despite there being no following issues, and are sometimes subtitled as "specials".… Continue
Added by Indelible_Ink on January 6, 2009 at 1:59pm —
An Exhibit & Workshop On Underground Publishing
Curated by Grrrl Zines A-Go-Go, this is not just an exhibit, but an active exploration of zine culture and production, including a "Scrap Lounge" in which visitors can create their own zine. Zines are the print media of an "alternative" culture that turns out not to be so alternative after all. Self-published & without censorship, zines are raw culture, not mass media that relies on the… Continue
Added by Grrrl Zines A-Go-Go on January 6, 2009 at 10:08am —
Fallyrag was lucky enough to get its hands on Eddie Willson's collection of stories in his zine 'you are here' of which 'Punch' is featured in this issue of the creative journal.
- as always, we're interested in featuring examples from the zine world so get in touch if you fancy this opportunity. A new ZIne review section is in the pipeline for next month.
Added by Fallyrag on January 5, 2009 at 2:30pm —