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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
Added by Tom Hendricks on December 19, 2015 at 10:01am — No Comments
Issue 3 honestly was very draining but I think I want to continue writing. I'm already thinking of ideas but am also just trying to relax. Also trying to promote issue 3 so if you're interested, or know of someone that might be, by all means let me know. I'm hoping issue 4 might delve more into some of the doom or misanthropic elements issue 3 had in "Castles of Detritus".
Added by Arcane Angles Zine on December 17, 2015 at 12:22am — No Comments
In 2016 I am passing the torch of One Minute Zine Reviews (the paper zine) to my son Stephen J. Lazotte. Zines and items of curiosity may be sent to him directly at PO Box 383 Manchester NH 03105. I will continue to write posts occasionally at zinereviews.blogspot.com. Paper zines of zine reviews are becoming scarce, so let's support Steve with this project that he had graciously accepted.
Calhoun Press has just released a new zine, "Flying Colors," full of images made by the eponymous late-90s software program. Flying Colors is like Kid Pix, but with more gradients and better stamps. This zine uses Flying Colors to tell a symbolic fairy tale story about a brave prince defeating an evil…Continue
Added by Elizabeth Main on December 8, 2015 at 8:35pm — No Comments
Do you love mail culture?
Do you also experience mental health issues?
Do you combine the two in any way shape or form? I have mental health issues and my involvement with mail culture has very literally helped keep me alive. Please submit your ideas on joining mental health and mail culture for this new zine!
Deadline: 15 January 2016
Submit to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by Sarah E. Hoffman on December 5, 2015 at 8:49pm — No Comments
Added by Antiquated Future on December 3, 2015 at 12:24am — No Comments
Vector & Golf is a new experimental artzine, at the same time it is a virtual gallery that makes use of augmented reality.
mail us if you are interested in free printed copy.
Added by self propelled zines on November 30, 2015 at 7:31am — No Comments
Freedom APA is an alternative Amateur Press Association with one expectation: participate where, when and how you are able.
Four bundles will be mailed per year. The next mailing is scheduled for February 2016.
Annual Membership: $12 for US; $20 for rest of world plus a minimum of one bundle inclusion per calendar year. Bundle items may include mail art, homemade journals, chapbooks, zines, cds, cassettes, envelopes, bookmarks, letters, or whatever you…Continue
Added by DJ Frederick on November 26, 2015 at 3:44pm — No Comments
This is my second perzine, "prospective", where I talk about art, originality, and personal goals. Hope you enjoy it!
Added by Megan Piunti on November 25, 2015 at 8:30am — No Comments
I’ve recently made a GoogleSheet that compiles (not all, but a lot) of upcoming zine deadline submission info. It’s completely editable to anyone with the link, so it can be updated by zine creators and artists alike. I've made this available to a few other blog sites, so this might increase your submissions a bit.
But if you could:
1. Enter submissions in chronological order
2. No one-off zines without due dates
(reoccurring zines are fine, just list them…