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Added by Tom Hendricks on December 27, 2014 at 9:05am — No Comments
midnight is my time
and lying awake
in a world full of strangers
i feel like a burgaler
into the nighttime …Continue
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Welcome to www.hehozines.wordpress.com to read or print feminist queer zines !
Added by Boring on December 22, 2014 at 1:18pm — No Comments
Finally finished tweaking my first personal zine
Free download in the link above.
Please feel free to share my blog and my etsy at; …Continue
I'm going to teach myself glitch art, because it looks like something that's pretty cool. What's are you guys opinion on it? Since I can't draw, I can only, probably, do graphic art. But I'm using GIMP, which should be okay. I had a Photoshop program, but lost it, and have no idea how to reinstall it. Of course it's not the "expensive" one *wink wink*.
What does depression look like?
She wants to scream, to release – but release what?
Where does one locate the pain and grief that only seems to be coming from within?
The guarder is herself.
She paces the room, arguing with herself. There is part of her that wants to destroy the other and the part that wants the other to consume her entirely.
A distinct heaviness comes with suppressing her from consuming my soul, her soul. It’s a knot at…Continue
Added by Adriana Moore on December 16, 2014 at 8:50pm — No Comments
This is a call for submissions about a zine dealing with Grief & Death called:
Looking for contributors. Submissions can be written work (500 to 700 words), art, drawings, poetry..
Submissions should be about someone you know who has died:
Added by ZippityZinedra on December 15, 2014 at 6:53am — No Comments
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That is all.
Added by Nyx on December 11, 2014 at 10:07pm — No Comments
From the trenches of San Francisco’s sharing economy: another rideshare confessional
Behind the Wheel 2 includes more insight into the day-to-day travails of a rideshare driver in San Francisco, more stories about driving drunks, switching from Lyft to Uber, a visit to Uber HQ, self-entitled douchebags, talk of gentrification and displacement, the tech boom, public debauchery, emotional breakdowns, police activity and the constant threat of pukers.
Papier Ivoire 240gsm
19,5 x 27,5 cm
Imprimé à l’Atelier LOKOTO, Bordeaux
par Mehdi Beneitez
Editions du Parasite, Novembre 2014
Order it here:
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Over the years I’ve collected many tins of all kinds. This year I wanted to use my Christmas tins as decoration. So I thought II’d try to turn them into a Christmas tree. After 2 attempts where walls of tins came tumbling down, with major racket and clanging on my wood floor, I got it. Neighbor Marci took some great photos. This was my favorite. Note there is one New Years tin in the mix, and of course an Angel on the top!
See blog for photo!…
Added by Tom Hendricks on December 9, 2014 at 6:15pm — No Comments
Ok ... one more time with feeling ... I hate it when you can't give zines away. My third and final offer for 2014 - anyone who sends me postcard request for a mailing from the American Amateur Press Association before January 1 2015 will receiving a free selection of AAPA journals and zines from 2014 mailings. Membership is $25 a year and includes monthly mailings and the invitation to send your own zines in for distribution to the AAPA membership. For more info check…Continue
Welcome to the Cultural Aether #11
More collaged words and images. This issue is pretty text heavy with a larger than normal amount of appropriated articles.
Added by The Cultural Aether on December 5, 2014 at 4:00pm — No Comments
Been gone for a bit. But, I have a couple of little comics featuring baseball legends from about the late 1800s to the mid 1900s.
Each comic features 8 different baseball players and facts about…Continue
Added by stranger two stranger on December 4, 2014 at 8:29pm — No Comments
Hello USA. I'm back in Boston after having lived in Berlin for many years. Now I'm back and want to get integrated into the zine scene again.
I have a new publication hot of the press and I am super excited to bring it to a North American audience, where the issues I discuss are about the NSA and the slashes against freedom of speech & press.…Continue
Added by halley on December 3, 2014 at 4:30pm — No Comments
Buy here or contact me if interested in a trade!
Added by Sarita on December 2, 2014 at 12:10pm — No Comments