Not sure where you put the texty stuff on here so here it goes. I like sherbet & Tequila and making little comics and painting all big like. Comicy stuff can be found at www.kitchendistrict.com, painty drawry stuff at www.getlife.com
Errr yeah, i'll gog and have nosy then.
Added by Getliffe on February 24, 2009 at 1:02pm —
Introvert #6 is a 1/4 sized perzine 32 pages long. It is text heavy and covers the topic of losing my 4 month old nephew to SIDS. It deals with death, grieving, and healing.
If you are interested in reading Introvert #6 there are a couple ways to obtain a copy:
- Wait for my distro http://www.clickclackdistro.com to open, it… Continue
Added by NicoleIntrovert on February 24, 2009 at 12:34pm —
Evenin' Britain. I was going to take advantage of my free-evening tonight; I thought I would try and record a new youtube video, but I found out that I either sing too quietly or too loudly (the latter is not worth talking about). So, i've done my french homework; and know I'm going to force-feed you my infatuations. ENJOY!
Jarvis Cocker: Yes, he's only a year younger than my own mother, but he's the epitome of suave and cool. Not to mention my fetish for bearded… Continue
Added by Lulu on February 23, 2009 at 1:09pm —
Check it out and order something that suits your fancy:
Added by Josh Blair on February 23, 2009 at 9:30am —
Art, music, culture, design, illustration, general talking of shit... it can all be found in auxiliary zine.
if you want to check it ot, go here:
if you want to contribute, then contact us and let the games begin!
Added by auxiliary on February 23, 2009 at 3:17am —
If you make zines, be sure to send a copy to the Rock Paper Scissors Collective in Oakland, CA in the San Francisco Bay Area. We have a small and steadily growing library of 2,500+ titles in a cozy cubby nook in Oakland.
Bay Area Zinesters:
The RPS Collective is only 3 stops into the East Bay from San Francisco, smack next to the 19th Street BART Station in Oakland California. You can stop by and read zines anytime. There are tons of anthologies, and… Continue
Added by miromi on February 22, 2009 at 9:29pm —
In celebration of International Zine Month for July 2009 I am creating a compilation zine about how YOU got into zines. The zine will be titled, "ENTRY POINT" aka "How did I get myself into this mess?" It's time to spill your guts about how Sassy Magazine, Riot Grrrl, the book Hard Love, etc turned you into the zinester you are today.
The format will be 1/2 sized. What I would like is for each zinester wanting to take part to submit their own ONE page of a 1/2 zine, already layed… Continue
Added by NicoleIntrovert on February 22, 2009 at 1:20pm —
Dear Ax Wound Peoples,
Thank you so much for all your support. It means so much to me and everyone who is about the mission of promoting women and the role of gender in our favorite bloody genre.
I am writing to let you know that currently I am putting together the new issue.
It's very exciting and I think you will all enjoy this one very much!
Some of the content you can look forward to:
Article about horror and porn
Article about… Continue
Added by Hannah Neurotica on February 22, 2009 at 12:03pm —
$1 paypal to firstname.lastname@example.org
an experimental one page zine w/ pro choice politics behind it.... (in case your not clear where i stand ). ;)
Added by Hannah Neurotica on February 21, 2009 at 3:10pm —
I wrote this review a couple of years ago, but it was never published anywhere. Now I am posting it here.
The Flow Chronicles
The Urban Hermitt
I read a couple issues of the Urban Hermitt’s eponymous zine a few years ago and really enjoyed them, so I was excited when my partner sent me a copy of The Flow Chronicles, Hermitt’s first book. Like the zines, this book was super fun to read!
Hermitt writes about coming of age and coming… Continue
Added by Amazing Sunflower on February 21, 2009 at 12:34pm —
Richmond Zine Fest 2009 is currently being organized and we're looking for a few more people to help be core organizers. Core organizers are responsible for the logistics of the event: settling on a venue, date (which is already somewhat settled), as well as figuring out how to finance and promote the event, and taking care of any other smaller issues concerning the Richmond Zine Fest.
We're currently a group of 4 or 5 women who are friendly and get along really well. We individually… Continue
Added by Richmond Zine Fest on February 20, 2009 at 8:51pm —
I've left it at the following places:
Galaxy of Comics (saticoy and Louise)
Atomic Cycles (saticoy and Louise)
CD trader (Ventura & Wilbur)
Nathan's Tattoo (Sherman Way & Topanga cyn)
Cobalt Cafe (Sherman Way & Topanga cyn)
Scotland yard (as above)
Orange 20 (Helitrope and Melrose)
Bike Styler (Melrose and Highland)
Bike Kitchen (melrose and Helitrope)
Second Spin (Ventura &… Continue
Added by Paul de Valera on February 20, 2009 at 7:59am —
I'm not sure if I should have a second blog, since I already have one on blogger
. Although not a lot of people read that blog.
I guess I should do a self introduction. Hi my name is Winkie, and I draw comics under various names. There are times when I am paranoid because I'm afraid of real life people finding out that I draw certain things and inevitably shock them too much, so I like using pen names. I have a one book per… Continue
Added by Wai Au on February 19, 2009 at 11:00pm —
I thought it'd be fun to join in on the abc theme zines and didn't realize just how hard it is to come up with ideas! i did come up with a list of songs (one song for each letter) that i like and that was even a difficult challenge. I'm working on it. I was hoping to have it done by tomorrow (by birthday) but that's not happening!! Hopefully soon tho! :)
Added by Melanie on February 19, 2009 at 4:17pm —
The title says it all, friends! Either comment or shoot me an e-mail at calendargirlzine AT gmail DOT com if you would like a copy.
Numero Huit is in the works, but it probably won't get done until April when I am done school.
Srsly, I only have 6 weeks left of my first year of university. Where did the time go?!
Added by Louise Von A on February 18, 2009 at 10:59pm —
hearts &butcher knives,
Added by Hannah Neurotica on February 18, 2009 at 1:27pm —
#6 has been out for a few weeks now and it's been going so good. i've already sent out shitloads of copies and gotten some really great responses so far. it's made me so happy and i've felt more productive than i have all winter.
yesterday i did a second print run. i went to office max/copy max and the first machine i chose decided to gain a mind of it's own halfway though my copy session [printing more copies uncontrollably, printing double sided copies of the… Continue
Added by ashlee swanson on February 18, 2009 at 1:14pm —
The new issue of Zine World
is hot off the high-speed photocopier! (See details at the ZW website
.) This issue is smaller than the last one, but that's only because the last one was so delayed it built up more content. I really like the cover art for this one; I think it looks totally rad. Tomorrow is my day off work, so I'll be working on stapling, taping, stuffing envelopes, etc., so I can get… Continue
Added by Jerianne on February 17, 2009 at 5:14pm —
Im so excited- my first time to the middle east. I know nothing about middle eastern culture. Im just hopping on a plane for 16-18 hours for shits and gigs. To make a long story short my family has the hookup for free tickets anywhere, thats one privilage i was born with. My adventure is definately going to be turned into a zine. I was wondering if anybody has been to Jordan who can tell me what to expect. ?
Update- was awesome. Thats all i can say right now, theres too much to say.
Added by Jessica Marie on February 17, 2009 at 4:30pm —
This is from a questionnaire I had to answer from BOOKLYN Artists Alliance, a book art project in Brooklyn NY. I wrote the response last year, in February 2008. It's basically about why I bother to write my zine, Shotgun Seamstress.
Shotgun Seamstress is a zine for people more or less like myself: Black, queer,
feminist, artist, musician, outsider. It is a zine primarily for Black people who
do not fit into white people's stereotypes of what a Black person should be, and… Continue
Added by Shotgun Seamstress on February 17, 2009 at 1:00pm —