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Added by Antiquated Future on January 14, 2016 at 10:30pm — No Comments
I got the idea to make one of these zines from We Make Zine’s own Sophie Sherwood. I had known about the 8-page mini zine format for a while, but like most folks, I thought they worked best if you drew directly to the paper master and xeroxed from there.They are fast, easy and cheap. Just the thing if you want to make a zine that is political or topical that needs a quick turn around.
I had never considered…Continue
Added by Tom Hendricks on January 12, 2016 at 9:30am — No Comments
Issue 13 of Purple Myrtle Squeegy is complete!
I had an amazing time in Salem and Boston and I though what better way to commemorate my first zine fest experience than to make a zine about it?
My fellow split-zinester, Nyxia Grey (you may remember her from such split zines about Stephen King and a special about journal entries) invited me to glorious MA to visit Salem and its October spookiness and table with her at the Boston Zine…Continue
So, i really love the idea of zines. The DIY factor is really empowering especially when you have stories and artwork you want to get out there but the thought of getting published by a big name publisher seems impossible at the moment. And Zine makers trudge alongside other cool underground artists, like wheat-pasters and graffiti artists so the networking and collaborations are endless. Zine making is apart of the art in whatever it was chosen to express.
I'm a comic book zine…Continue
Added by Tom Hendricks on January 9, 2016 at 9:47pm — No Comments
I just wanted to give an introduction about myself. I've been making zines since the late 90's. I came across zine/tape/DIY culture at the record store Benway Bop! in Las Vegas, NV. The zine that made sense to me was called "Snoopy Fanzine." It was a combination of Snoopy fan art, local punk band interviews, nonsense rants, sensical rants and general insanity. One could say it was love at first sight.
I copied the layout and format of this zine to make my first zine where I…Continue
Added by cobracordzines on January 7, 2016 at 10:16pm — No Comments
Well I printed 20 copies of issue 3 and so far have mailed out maybe 8 or so. Want to trade or something? Let me know.
Happy new year first of all! I've started to work on the second issue of my perzine Fixing A Hole. The release will be somewhere in the first quarter of this year. Each issue, written on a digital Alphasmart Neo 2 and manually transferred to an analogue Sperry-Remington Tenfifty, will come with an original Polaroid as cover photo (different for each issue). I intent to include more (loose) original artwork in or with the issue as well. The content of this second issue of Fixing A Hole will…Continue
Issue four of Spare Ink is available. Twenty half sized pages printed on an inkjet provide several short fiction stories as well as some rambling in slice of life format interspersed among scanned images of drawings and paintings. Mostly the focus is lowbrow artistic with a humorous spin (hopefully).…Continue
Added by Dale Harkness on January 5, 2016 at 11:32pm — No Comments
Heaven & Hate Yourself... coming January 2016.
Zines, buttons, buys, trades...
It's like a record distro if you listened to records with yr eyes.
Keep yr lids open and yr heart in yr hand.
Hope yr 2016 is off to an untouchable…Continue
Added by josef cardinal on January 5, 2016 at 5:54pm — No Comments
It's not often we've been active here as of late but even if you haven't seen us in a while, we're here! Love you and YES we are getting your zines! :)
Jeff & Stevie
We are also on FB
Added by Las Vegas Zine Library on January 4, 2016 at 1:08am — No Comments
Newly made pocket series for 2016: Field of Vision #6 and #7 are in stock now! You get 23 titled pictures printed on smooth glossy paper with clean silver card stock covers, professionally printed for the working class, $5.00 each.
Added by Mark Swanson on January 2, 2016 at 2:49pm — No Comments
I hope you have had a great start to 2016. I can't believe it's 2016. I started this website in August of 2008. I'd like to invite you to become more involved in WMZ in the new year.
I see a lot of people come on here and then comment on how dead it is. And yeah, it can be. The weird thing is, I approve over about 50 people a month. We are now over 6,550 members. So, where are you all? Why aren't you speaking up, showing us your zines and commenting on posts? As my mom used…Continue
epiphany publishing inc. presents
AMONATURE twenty and a half,
"Flabberghasted...(on describing future-culture-shock)"
5"x5.5" , 4 pages, 59% recycled materials. collage/drawing/fortuneteller
AMONATURE, a social change zine
contact epiphanyproducts@outlook .…Continue
Added by Epiphany Publishing on December 31, 2015 at 12:47pm — No Comments
Over the past couple of days, I've been working on getting to grips with Photoshop CS5 and honestly, it's been pretty frustrating. However, it has led me to finally produce a four page mini zine themed around crystal healing. You can check it out for free here: http://issuu.com/mckenzie-quinn/docs/merged_document_2
Hopefully the new year will bring new ideas and significantly longer zines (maybe with better…Continue
I hope the year treated you well. I look forward to a new year of courage, motivation and determination to stay healthy and creative. I'll be hosting an urban soul farmer workshop at Bakersfield College in February. I've decided to come out with an Urban Soul Farmer zine to give out at the college.
Added by zoe blaq on December 30, 2015 at 4:30pm — No Comments
Added by Tom Hendricks on December 21, 2015 at 10:04am — No Comments